Saturday, February 4, 2017

2-4-17 Briefs

Republican Briefs

Editor Frosty Taylor     Web Master John Strasser

Condolences to Tom Morrissey and family for the loss of Tom’s son Tommy. Services will be held at 2 pm., Feb 24 at the Mountainview Lutheran Church, 11002 S 48th St. in Ahwatukee. Tom Morrissey is a past AZGOP Chairman.

Lawmaker-Suspend-Arizonas-Refugee-Program; Fine-Violators State Sen. Judy Burges wants to suspend the state's participation with refugee resettlement until the state does an evaluation.

Former AZGOP staffer Teresa Martinez, who is currently on staff with Congressman Paul Gosar, is helping newly elected AZGOP Chairman Jonathan Lines until he hires his staff. Of Gosar, Martinez says, “I am still with Congressman Gosar!  I love working for him!   We have a great team!!” To schedule Lines for a speaking appearance e-mail

The Pinal County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day Luncheon is scheduled at 11:15 am, Feb 18. Doors open at 10:30 am at the Property Conference Center, 1251 W Gila Bend Hwy, Casa Grande, AZ 85193. $40 per individual, $75 per couple. $280 – reserved table for 8, $350 reserved table for 10 Speakers in US Sen candidate Dr Kelli Ward, LD18 Rep David Cook; Tim Kanavel, Pinal County Economic development program manager and Congressman Paul Gosar Chief of Staff Tom Van Flein. . Tickets or call 520-840-3091.

Palo Verde Republican Women's Club will meet Wed, Feb, 15 at the Fairway House at Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 E Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale.   Terri Gilberg of KFYI 550 AM will present political commentary.  Check in/social hour at 11 am. Lluncheon/program at 11:30 am.  $30 per person accepted at the door by cash, check or credit card. Reservations required. RSVP before Mon, Feb 13 at

Highway 69 Republican Club Thomas Thurman: Our leadership decided that we will be closing the Highway 69 Republicans and Conservatives Club. We have been here since 2003 and sincerely appreciate all of you who have supported the Club. The money that the club has left will be given to the Yavapai County GOP, as we are an offshoot of the group. I would like to personally thank Matt Zurcher, Sen Judy Burges, Jim Edmonds, Frances and Mike Siavelis, my wife June, Jack Smith and many others for all the hard work and time they did for the club.

Frances Emma Barwood: After almost 15 years, the Highway 69 Republicans and Conservatives Club of Prescott is shutting down. Tom Thurman started the evening club in 2003, when there were no other Conservative clubs in the area.  See his statement I joined and created a website and sent out the notices in 2007.  June Thurman took over the website 3 years ago. Jack Smith became co-chair around that time also.  It is hard to say goodbye to all our many friends from over the years.  However now there are many other Republican clubs all over the area and rather than compete, it is time for new places, faces and speakers.  Keep active and join with making America Great Again.  Thank you.

Yavapai County Republican Clubs available:

     · Mingus Mountain Republican Club: 2nd Tues at 11:30 am, VFW Post 7400, 705 E Aspen St., Cottonwood. RSVP Bob Malloy 928-202-2764.

     · Pachyderm Coalition, Chino Valley Chapter: 3rd Thur, 6 pm, Bonn Fire Restaurant, 1667 S Hwy 89 in Chino Valley. RSVP Sue Goodchild 636 7355 or

     · Republican Women of Prescott: 4th Tues, 11 am, Prescott Resort, 1500 State Route 69, Prescott. RSVP 298-778-0235 or Pam 928-778-7157.

     · Sedona Republican Men’s Club: 1st Thur, 11:30 am, Los Abrigados Resort, 160 Portal Laane, Sedona. RSVP Charlie Christensen 928-282-4860.

     · Verde River Repubican Club: 2nd Thur, 11am, American Legion Post 93, 286 S Third St, Camp Verde.

     · Yavapai Republican Women: 4th Mon, 5 pm, Stone Ridge Golf Club. Contact:

      · Yavapai County Young Republicans: 4th Tues, 6 pm, Williow Creek Inn, 2516 Willow Creek Road, Prescott. RSVP Matthew Perry 928-830-6115

AZ GOP Chairman Jonathan Lines to Precinct Committeemen: First and foremost, I want to thank you for the opportunity to serve as your chairman. Whether you supported me or my opponent, at the end of the day it is my job to serve every single Republican PC, and I take that charge very seriously. Everyone will have a voice, because everyone has a stake in our success.

     In my remarks to the State Committee on Saturday, I made several promises of what we would accomplish over the next 100 days: an enhanced training program, data accessibility and transparency, and fundraising. I'd add that we are also going to put increased focus on voter registration, youth recruitment, and coalition building.

    Each of these areas of focus will take buy-in from our entire committee, but I know that together we can do it, and strengthen our PCs even more. We’re unstoppable if we work together.

    To that end, I'm asking each Precinct Committeeman to view and Click here to complete AZGOP PC Survey. I want to know, from YOU, what you consider to be the most important area of focus. I also want to know if you'd consider serving on one or more committees that my team and I are going to create, to help guide the implementation of our 100 day plan. Thank you for your continued dedication to our party, to our state and our nation. I am excited to be working with you.

The Grassroots Tea Party Activists of Arizona will meet with Phoenix City Council run-off candidate Chris Rose at 6:30 pm., Wed., Feb 8 at Denny's Restaurant meeting room, 9030 N. Black Canyon (I-17 and Dunlap) in Phoenix. Rose is a New York Times bestselling author of three books, an award winning historian, serves as Chairman of the board of Scholarly Advisors for President Lincoln's Cottage in Washington DC, serves as Senior Litigation Counsel for AG Mark Brnovich, has prosecuted major felonies, tried over 10 cases in the Court of Appeals, argued twice before the Az Supreme Court, a former professor of Constitutional and International Law and voted Professor of the Year by his students. Doors open at 6 pm. Contact: Facilitators Francine or David Romesburg

Former Federal Judge John L. Carroll: Gorsuch Has "Absolutely Impeccable Credentials. You Can Not Attack His Background." ANCHOR: "You can't argue with his resume right?" JOHN CARROLL: "You cannot, I mean this is a judge who has absolutely impeccable credentials. You can not attack his background, his credentials or anything about him." (FOX 34's "Good Day Alabama," 2/1/17)

The White House plans to appeal U.S. District Judge James Robart’s Friday evening ordered a halt to President Trump’s travel ban on citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Washington state’s attorney general said, “what the judge announced today is nationwide—the president’s executive order does not apply.” federal-judge-in-seattle-temporarily-halts-trump-s-immigration-order-nationwide

The White House says the Justice Department will file an emergency request to stop a court order temporarily halting President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration. "At the earliest possible time, the Department of Justice intends to file an emergency stay of this order and defend the executive order of the President, which we believe is lawful and appropriate. The president's order is intended to protect the homeland and he has the constitutional authority and responsibility to protect the American people," White House press secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement.

The Arizona Capitol Times’ Morning Scoop on water will be held on Feb. 7 at Alexi’s Grill on 3550 N. Central Ave in Phoenix. Registration at 6:45am. Panelists are Director of Arizona Department of Water Resources Thomas Buschatzke, , , President of EPCOR Water Joe Gysel , , Director of ASU’s Kyl Center for Water Policy Sarah Porter, Executive Director of Central Arizona Project Ted Cooke, and Associate General Manager, Water Resources, at SRP Dave Roberts. To register/tickets contact Jay Schanfeldt at 602-889-7120 or

The Arizona Capitol Museum will celebrate 105 years of statehood with a special exhibit “From the Convention Desk” between 9 am-4 pm,Tues., Feb 14 at 1700 W Washington in Phoenix. The event features items used by Constitutional Convention delegates to draft the state’s keystone document, on exhibition in the Historic House Chamber. The includes engraved scissors used to open the convention, a gavel used by the Convention President, a collection of bound Minutes from Convention meetings, the pen used by Territorial Secretary George Young to sign the document, an inkwell used by all Constitution signatories, and the first State Ballot from Nov. 1912, among other items. In October 1910, convention delegates arrived at the Capitol in Phoenix. They used the modest House chamber, its wooden desks pressed tight next to each other, and fitted with the simple office supplies of the day. The AZCM Guild will be on hand to answer questions and lead tours, as well as sign up new members. The AZCM also welcomes clothing manufacturer State48 for the day, as they’ll be producing an exclusive State Seal branded shirt, and host a pop-up store at the Capitol. 602-926-3620.

Statehood Day Will Also Mark the official opening of Common Grounds, the new specialty coffee shop in the Capitol Museum. There’ll be free coffee and cake to mark the occasion.

UA-Student-John-Dalton-Elected-Pima-County-Republicans-Treasurer Dalton is a political science junior at the UofA.

Noon on Buckmaster’s Friday Focus interviewed Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier can be heard at The Friday Roundtable featured Green Valley News Editor Dan Shearer and Tucson Sentinel Editor Dylan Smith. The radio talk host airs at noon on Tucson's Voice AM 1030 KVOI.

The U.S. Economy Added 227,000 Net New Jobs in January, beating expectations for 175,000 jobs. The unemployment rate rose 4.8% from 4.7%, while the labor fore participation rate edged up to 62.9% from 62.7% in December.

Pima County Republican Party Chairman David Eppihimer, was scheduled to be on Andrea Kelly's political TV show on PBS, KUAT-TV CH 6 at 6:30pm last night with Jo Holt, his counterpart for the Pima County Democrat Party.

Peoria Activist Dennis Zinke: My wife and I volunteer at the Republican Office in Sun City. Recently I have been hearing rumblings against Robert Graham, the former AZGOP Chairman. I came to know Graham when he came to our office to give us a pep talk and to offer his support on how we can have a ‘POSITIVE’ influence in our communities. He has been back to our office on numerous occasions to discuss various issues. In all this time I have never heard Graham attack or demean another Republican. There may be issues or differences, but the only time he would make mention is if someone would bring up the issue and then Graham would only mention why he believed as he did and move on. Graham has always been positive and up lifting. Do I agree with him on everything, no; but I will also admit that I do not have his background or experience. Since attending the meetings at the West Valley Republican office I have seen the party grow. What started out as a place for people to come in to discuss their concerns, the West Valley Republican Office has grown from 5 to as many as 50 people for the Tuesday morning ‘coffee’. Mr. Graham walk on water, no; Can those who disagree with Mr. Graham walk on water? Again, can any of us walk on water? The answer again is ‘NO’. None of us are perfect. Where we disagree, can’t we disagree peaceably? So let’s pull together. We can’t afford to have little things tear us apart. Let’s stay focused, let’s stay one and let us move ahead in the coming days as a united party.

Minnesota-Towns-Residents-To-Carry-Their-Cross-Battle-To-City-Council Atheists wage war over cross in veterans memorial. Residents prepare for battle Hundreds of Belle Plaine citizens are expected to crowd the city council chambers on Monday evening to back a motion allowing a contentious cross to be welded back onto the steel statue of a mourning soldier in the city’s Veterans Memorial Park.

The veterans’ club, which installed the metal sculpture last year, removed the cross (depicting an overseas U.S. military gravesite) early this month to save the city from a lawsuit threatened by the Freedom from Religion Foundation.

Trump-Threatens-To Cut -Berkeley-University Funding; Receives-$370-Million-Federal-Funding UC Berkeley last year received $370 million in funding from the federal government, underlining the seriousness of President Trump’s threat to withdraw funding following leftist riots at the college yesterday. The riots, which were a successful effort to prevent Breitbart Senior Editor MILO from speaking at the university, were condemned by President Donald Trump, who earlier threatened to take away the university’s federal funding. “If U.C Berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view – NO FEDERAL FUNDS?,” Trump wrote.

McCain-Makes-Nice-Australia-After-Trum’s-Blunt-Talk-Pm Senator John McCain on Thursday blasted President Trump's "blunt" telephone talk with Australia's prime minister as "unnecessary and frankly harmful" and then tried to mend fences with the longtime ally.

Former LD13 Chairman Robert Branch: John McCain Does not speak for the United States! Trump is our President!...Australian “Refugees” - Why? Why did the courts in Australia rule those refugees can’t stay in Australia’s Refugee camp? Australia is a free country, Australia is a democracy, and they have plenty of land and resources. Why don’t the people of Australia open their arms to those refugees? One reason, Australia cares about the security of its people....
So, why did Obama agree to accept them into the United States?

A New Border Patrol Union Radio Show starts at 3 pm, Sundays on 790 KNST in Tucson on Sunday

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Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate or Representatives Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, hold them accountable. Arizona delegation phone numbers:

Senator John McCain (R- AZ) 202-224-2235    202-228-2862

Senator Jeff Flake (R- AZ) 202-224-4521        202-228-0515

Rep Tom O’Halleran (D1) 202-225-3361          202-225-3462

Rep Martha McSally (R2) 202-225-2542          520-881-3588

Rep Raul M. Grijalva (D3) 202-225-2435         202-225-1541

Rep Paul A. Gosar (R4) 202-225-2315            202-226-9739

Rep Andy Biggs (R5) 202-225-2635              202-226-4386

Rep David Schweikert (R6) 202-225-2190      202-225-0096

Rep Reuben Gallego (D7) 202-225-4065        202-225-1655

Rep Trent Franks (R8) 202-225-4576           202-225-6328

Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D9) 202-225-9888        202-225-9731



The Colorado River Tea Party Appreciation BBQ is set between 2-5 pm., Sat., Feb 4 at the American Legion Post 19 honoring Congressman Paul Gosar, Sen Steve Montenegro and Reps Don Shooter and Darin Mitchell.  Volunteers are needed for set up/breakdown, serving food and bringing desserts. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer, 928-210-1219

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Feb 4 with Itasca Small, an Arizona researcher and consultant on the U.S. and Arizona Constitutions and the Arizona Revised Statues. The meeting will be held in the Quail room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R H Johnson Blvd. Coffee and donuts available. A $2 donation is requested which helps pay for the room rental. All West Valley Republicans are welcome to attend. Contact: Jean Goncalves, Publicity Chairlady 623-214-8010.

A Constitution Study Group for third graders through seniors will meet at 2 pm Feb 4, 11, 18, March 4 and 11 at American Family Education, 4833 E Southern in Mesa. $5 donation. RSVP to Verl Farnsworth  (480) 204-0964  or


The Lincoln Republican Women will meet at 6 pm., Mon., Feb 6 at the Millennium -McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale to two speakers. Scottsdale Fire Dept Public Education Officer Lori Schmidt will address “Safety education for Scottsdale Residents” and Secretary of State Michele Reagan will talkabout “ Arizona State Election Issues.”. 5:30 pm Meet & Greet, 6 pm., meeting, 6:15 dinner and 7 pm program. $35 per person. Reservations required. Send check made out to LRWC to Patricia Kaufman, 736 ETuckey Lane, Scodttsdale,AZ 85250 or contact her at 480-368-2777 Reservations deadline is Jan 31.

The Arizona Project Monday Evening Edition will meet at 6:30 pm.,Mon., Feb 6 at 3375 E Shea Blvd. #2, in Phoenix for continuation of Ben Wick’s discussion on his book The BATTLE for AMERICA (Restoring Virtue in the Soul of America) group participation.  Copies of his book are available from him, not required to participate. Contact: Chr Ronald Ludders 602.677.1496


The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Feb 7 in the Quail Room at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd in Sun City West. Rep Phil Lovas will update the group on how to get involved in state government. Rick Preston who has been listening to the Sunday Tea Party Weekly Webinar will make a presentation.


The Pinal County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day Luncheon is scheduled at 11:15 am, Feb 18. Doors open at 10:30 am at the Property Conference Center, 1251 W Gila Bend Hwy, Casa Grande, AZ 85193. $40 per individual, $75 per couple. $280 – reserved table for 8, $350 reserved table for 10 Speakers in US Sen candidate Dr Kelli Ward, LD18 Rep David Cook; Tim Kanavel, Pinal County Economic development program manager and Congressman Paul Gosar Chief of Staff Tom Van Flein. . Tickets or call 520-840-3091.

Jana Jackson, former Maricopa County Supt of Schools candidate, will speak at the Feb 8 Arrowhead Republican Women’s luncheon about her new book "Forgotten Soldiers - Children of Carpi”. The story is about a group of African-American U.S. soldiers who buried Jewish children who had died from abuses while in concentration camps. The book will be available for purchase at the luncheon.

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The Arizona Federation Of Republican Women’s Winter meeting is scheduled Feb 10 and 11 at the Windemere Hotel & Conference Center, 2047 S Highway 92 in Sierra Vista. Registration: Kathy at 602-510-8986 or

An Appreciation Party for retired Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is scheduled at 4 pm., Sat., Feb 11 at the home of Liz and Dave Alcorn, 12040 N. 133rd Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85259. Hosted by Steven Segal, Liz & Dave Alcorn, and Tom and Kris Morrissey, the event is a “thank you” for Arpaio’s 20 years of service and dedication to the residents of Maricopa County. Open to all Joe supporters. Entertainment, food & drinks. No admission fee. RSVP to so she knows how much food to prepare.


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Congresswoman Martha McSally after the Treasury Department announced new sanctions on Iran. “It’s about time we got serious about holding Iran accountable for its dangerous and destructive behavior. These sanctions send a strong message that Iran cannot continue to test ballistic missiles and fund terrorism with impunity. Reversing the feckless Middle East policies of the last eight years will not happen overnight, but this is a good start.”

Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, on President Trump’s decision to impose additional sanctions on Iran: “I welcome President Trump’s decision to impose additional sanctions on Iran. For too long, a myopic focus on the Iran nuclear deal blinded the United States to Iran’s persistent campaign to destabilize the Middle East and undermine America’s national security interests. Iran has been given a free pass to detain U.S. sailors in clear violation of international law, conduct ballistic missiles tests in violation of United Nations resolutions, support terrorist groups across the region, and prop up the murderous Assad regime in Syria. It is long past time for the United States and the international community to hold Iran accountable, not just for its commitments under the nuclear deal, but for its destabilizing behavior across the Middle East. I hope the measures announced today by the Trump administration will serve as a first step towards a comprehensive strategy to counter Iran’s malign influence and protect America’s national security interests.”


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Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio: Phoenix to Vote on Sanctuary City Status, I Will Vote NO. Phoenix City Council will vote on a request for Sanctuary City status on February 15th at a formal council meeting. I am firmly opposed to the effort to make Phoenix a Sanctuary City.  I don't believe any local government should be able to pick and choose the laws they want to enforce.  Additionally, I believe such a move would be illegal and would put our officers in the unethical position of having to ignore their oath to uphold state and federal laws. Read the Full Release


· Arizona Elections Chief Challenged On Scrubbing Of Voter Rolls

· Bill-Protecting-Student-Journalists-From-Censorship-Advances

· Army-Vet-Who-Was-Shot-13-Times-Gives-Trump-Protesters-A-Dose-Of-Reality-On-How-Loyalty-Works-In-Iraq

· Rolling Back Obana's Regulations Using The Congressional Review Act

· Australian-Media-Has-A-Very-Different-Understanding-Of-What- Happened-With-President-Trump

· Sheriff David Clarke For Senate Support Pledge To Get Clarke To Run For US Senate

· Mayor-Greg-Stanton: Phoenix-Cannot-Be A Sanctuary-City State Law Prohibits Phoenix From Satisfying Activists' Demands For The City On Immigration, Mayor Says.

· Clock-Boy-Gets-Clock-Cleaned-In-Free-Speech-Victory

· Joe The Plumber Schools Starbucks On Why They Should Hire 10K Veterans

· British-Labour-Leader-Thought-Attacking-Trump-Was-A-Good-Idea-But-The-Prime-Minister-Destroyed-Him-For-It

· Washington-Post-Has-To-Make-Embarrassing-Correction-After-Reporting-Trump-Threatened-To-Invade-Mexico

· Marine-Vet-Opens-Up-About-Wanting-To-Save-An-Iraqi-Girl-And-Why-He-Still-Supports-Trumps-Travel-Ban

· Tim Jeffries Responds To More Yellow Journalism By The Arizona Republic

· Phoenix-Based Lawson Misused Customer Funds, Pima Revenue Bonds Involved

· $1.5M Drone Disappears On Training Flight At Fort Huachuca

· Regulator Wants Emergency Summit To Stop Shutdown Of Navajo Generating Station

· Rasmussen Reports: 60%_Favor_Foreign_Policy_That_Puts_America_First

· Police Find Bales Of Marijuana In W. Phoenix Apartment After Report Of Gunfire

· ALS Parental Involvement Can ‘Immunize’ Students From Dropping Out

· Volunteers Cuddle Up With Babies At Mesa Hospital

· Judge Voids World View Contract With Pima County

· BMW Recalling 230K Vehicles That May Have Takata Air Bags

· Arizonans Should Be Aware Of “Can You Hear Me?” Robocall Scam

· Sonoita CBP Agents Stop 2 Human Smuggling Attempts

· Lukeville Port Officers Seize Boat Filled With Pot

· Trump Pledges To End Political Limits On Churches

· Border Patrol Agent Warns Of The Massive Holes At The US/Mexico Border ISIS Entering

· Trump-Cabinet-Tracker Provides Regular Updates On Trump Nominees.



· AZ Legislators’ Bill Suspends Refugee Resettlement Program

· McCain and Flake Deserve Senate Phony’s Award AZ U.S. Senators hypocritically praise Pres. Trump’s SCOTUS pick, though if they got their way during election, we’d be faced with a permanently leftist skewed high court

· Fed. Judge Neil Gorsuch Named To Replace Scalia


· Gulf Leaders Agree To Trump’s Request To Set Up ‘Safe Zones’

· I Have a RIGHT to Come to the USA

· Certainty in an Uncertain World

· Arizona State Senator Follows Planned Parenthood Marching Orders

· And the Main Thing is.....

· And the Winner is.... The Proxies


· My Interview With NY Times On Trump Order

· 4-Democrats-5-Republicans-Presidents Who Banned Immigration


· Krauthammer Outlines How Dems Will Oppose Gorsuch Nomination


· GOP-Introduces-Bill-Requested-Trump

· Revealed: Who Obama Gave $400k Grant To In Last Week Of Presidency


· Protesters: The Fruit Of Failed Public Schools [Video]

· Helpful-Facts-About-President-Trumps-Immigration-Ban




· Melania-Trump-Will Move To White-House; Hires-Former-Bush-Staffer

· Most Voters Think Trump, Unlike Obama, Puts U.S. Interests First

· Federal Judge Declines To Extend One-Week Freeze Against Trump's Travel Ban


· Vice-President-Pence-To-Keynote-Ireland-Fund-Gala-In-Washington-DC


· Why Does The Media Legitimize Violence Against Conservatives?


· Voter-Fraud-A-Myth: Thats-Not-What-New-York-Investigators-Found Only One Fake Voter Was Refused A Ballot. The Clerk Was The Mother Of The Felon He Was Impersonating.


· Good News: People Are Revolting Against Hillary’s Sugar-Daddy


· More Violent Protests Erupted: This Time Over Conservative Speaker At Nyu


· Mosque-Leaders-Feared-Member-Radicalized Reported To DHS, Guess What Happened


· Jordanian Prince: We Can't Vet These Syrian Refugees


• Border Wall Could Be Complete Within Two Years


· Joe The Plumber Schools Starbucks On Why They Should Hire 10K Veterans

· Army Selects New Battle-Management System

· Air Force Slowly Boosting Its Maintainer Ranks: General

· Air Force Changes Policy On Limiting Orders For Pregnant Reservists

· Petraeus Says Efforts To Beat Extremists Online Are Lacking

· Defense Secretary Mattis Reassures Japanese On US Support

· Pentagon To Launch Retirement Calculator To Help Troops Navigate BRS

· US Condemns Russia's 'Aggressive Actions' In Ukraine

· NATO Chief Sees Growing Russian Influence In The Balkans

· US Says Civilians Likely Killed In Yemen Raid; Inquiry Begun


· 'This Is Political Violence': Milo Yiannopoulos Talks To Tucker About Berkeley Riots


· Sanctuary-County-Hit-With-Disease Brutal Drug-Resistant Infection Lands In Los Angeles


· The War Our Sons (And Daughters) Now Face On College Campuses

· Should Federal Funding Be Blocked To Universities That Don’t Allow Free Speech For All?