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Saturday, May 27, 2017

5-27-17 Briefs

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Prescott Activist Jim Dutton: In regard to the article “The Permanent Land Endowment Trust Fund,” also referred to the Schools’ Endowment, reached another new milestone under State Treasurer Jeff DeWit growing to $5.57 billion at the end of April 2017. 5-26-17-Briefs Why not remove the Pension Fund management out of the hands of those who have been failing for 20 years to produce the anticipated results, into the control of the State Treasurer's office?

LD25 PC Karen Gevaert: Anyone fed-up with the news media!! It took another country (UK) to draw attention to our illegal Leaks, but also our illegal news media. The N.Y. Times actually printed secret information. Our out-of-control media needs to be held accountable. All we have now is "Fake News." Our media has abused the first amendment and now we have a constitutional crisis. The cowards in our government are as guilty as the "Fake News" for not standing for justice. Unless legal charges are implemented on these news sources and made to pay for their crimes against America, we will lose our integrity as a nation.

LD22 PC Lori Hack: At the last monthly LD 22 meeting (May 15), the group voted on a motion that made it possible for all PCs to finally communicate between each other and with those that attend our meetings regularly.  It appeared the only ones opposing the motion that night were the current board members as they gave lame and ridiculous excuses as to why the master contact list should NOT be handed out.  Once the motion passed with a large majority, Claudia Burr almost immediately stands up and declares she plans to NOT fulfill the motion.  In turn, our current Chairman, Rae Chornenky, immediately shuts her down by saying that she could not go against the motion and her plans that she had just laid out were wrong.  It appears by Burr’s latest two emails to LD 22 dated May 16th and May 22nd she is indeed going against the motion.  That is NOT how Republicans conduct themselves.  Contact Lori Hack with concerns or questions at lorihack7@gmail.com – Thanks!

Activist Stephen Sivigliano: News people are supposed to use the following 5 w's and 1 h while working a story:  who, what, when, where, why, and how.  So, why are they confused about who is leaking all that classified information?  Don't they realize that there are still hundreds, if not thousands of Obummer leftovers still in the government? Many of them are still in the White House. Why don't they start looking there, and, by the way, why are those liberals still working for us?  Fire them all, damn it! 

Congresswoman Martha McSally will speak at the unveiling of a memorial for fallen Captain Amy Svoboda at the Pima Air & Space Museum Hangar 1, 6000 E Valencia Rd, in Tucson at 10:30 am., Sat., May 27 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of her passing during a tactical training mission on the Barry Goldwater range. This event is open to the public.

Arizona Balladeer Dolan Ellis and Arizona’s Historian Marshall Trimble will team up for a performance for the Pleasant Valley Historical Society at 2 pm., Sat., May 27 at the Young Community Center on Hwy 288. $25 per person. An after-event party will be held at Bruzzi Vineyard at 4 pm., Contact Sharon Day 928-462-11111384 shmday@gmail.com or James Bruzzi 480-215-2497 bruzzivineyard@aol.com

Memorial Day Weekend Arizona 2017 Weekend Ceremonies Listed

Southern AZ Memorial Day Ceremonies

Bikers USA Has Scheduled A “Flags For Our Fallen” Ceremony between 6 am and noon., Mon, May 29 at the Phoenix National Cemetery located at 23029 N Cave Creek Rd in North Phoenix. Details: http://RidersUSA.net

Memorial Day Ceremony at 8 am, Mon., May 29 at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 North Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix - with various speakers.

Fountain Hills Veterans Memorial Ceremony, 17200 E El Lago Blvd, Fountain Hills, at 9 am, May 29 with speakers Barbara Hatch, Executive Director of the Veterans Heritage Project and Mike Ferguson, Commander, Military Order of the Purple Heart and former Commander, AZ Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

Memorial Service Chaplain Statue at 10 am., May 29 at Scottsdale City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd., with speaker Lt Col John Chavez, US Army.  

This Powerful Memorial Day Song Will Bring A Tear To Your Eye

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Fox News Channel lent support to its best-known anchor Sean Hannity, saying Thursday that the popular host would return to its air next week following a Memorial Day holiday vacation – an effort to tamp down speculation that a controversy currently enveloping Hannity could escalate further. fox-news-announces...

LD30 will meet with Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio at 7 pm., Mon., June 12 at the First United Methodist Church, 7102 N 58th Dr (Fellowship Hall), Glendale, AZ 85301. Contact First Vice Chair Timothy Schwartz alive.kicking.ts@icloud.com

Surfacing the Internet: Jeff-Flake-Most-Unpopular-Senator-In America It wasn't easy dethroning Mitch McConnell as America's least favorite Senator, but Flake has done that … Alexander Abad-Santos Apr 29, 2013.

The AzCDL Newsletter for May 2017 is available for viewing and downloading

YouTube Removes Investigative Video That Exposes Planned Parenthood. Damning footage shows PP execs laughing over ripping apart unborn babies. Full Story

LD30 will host a 1 pm., Sat., July 8 “Big Mesquite Smoked Brisket BBQ” with Congressman Trent Franks at the First United Methodist Church, 7102 N 58th Dr (Fellowship Hall), Glendale, AZ 85301. RSVP required to First Vice Chair Timothy Schwartz alive.kicking.ts@icloud.com so they have ample food.

The Rim Country Republican Club will meet at 11 am, Memorial Day (May 29) at Tiny's Restaurant, Highway 260 in Payson to hear former AZGOP Chairman Tom Morrissey address his experiences with the Establishment when he was State Chairman and what really goes on behind closed doors. “There are many in the Establishment who are dedicated to maintaining the status quo, which had been chiseled in stone until the rise of Donald Trump.  I feel that it is incumbent on those of us who have an understanding of this, to make certain that we don't just stand around and allow these folks to have free reign as they proceed in their quest to silence our president, and us,” he said. He will also speak about his latest book, co-written with conservative actor and master martial artist, Steven Seagal, due to be published this summer. Contact: Cliff Potts at (928)978-2960

May 30 Is The Deadline To Comment on the Arizona Department of Transportation’s (ADOT) recommended plan for the next five years of construction projects. See complete report at azdot.gov for review and comment until 5 p.m. on May 30. Public review and comment at azdot.gov/FiveYearPlan, where a “how to read it” guide is available. ADOT welcomes feedback through Survey Monkey at surveymonkey.com/r/M36583J, by email at fiveyearconstructionprogram@azdot.gov

The Arizona Republican Party yesterday launched a petition in response to the petition being circulated by Arizona Democratic operatives who want to draft Ann Kirkpatrick in Arizona's second congressional district. "It completely blows my mind that Arizona Democrats think this is even remotely a good idea," said Arizona Republican Party Communications Director Torunn Sinclair. "We all know how 2016 turned out for Ann -- it was ugly -- and when you break down the numbers to be CD-2 specific, it's bad. Arizona voters spoke loud and clear -- they don't want her representing them. She already walked out on her constituents in her congressional district once. She doesn't need to do it again by carpet-bagging to Southern Arizona. She should stay home and hang up her boots permanently." The 2016 CD-2 vote counts were: McSally: 179,806, McCain: 153,649, and Kirkpatrick: 143,620.

AZGFD Offers 10 tips for safe, responsible OHV riding Memorial Day weekend.

1. Always wear a helmet. Kids under 18 years old are required by law to wear a Department of Transportation-approved helmet at all times while riding in a side-by-side, an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or dirt bike. Helmets are strongly recommended for all riders 18 and older as well. Accidents often occur when riders least expect them to, so prepare for the worst and protect yourself because OHVs do not provide the same protections as a regular vehicle.

2. Eye protection is required by law for the OHV operator, if the vehicle is not equipped with a windshield.

3. Wear proper clothing, including riding gloves, a long-sleeve shirt, pants and over-the-ankle boots.

4. Supervise children under 16 years old. Be sure your child is riding an age-appropriate vehicle. Adult model machines may be too large and powerful for a child to safely operate. Also remember that juveniles without a valid driver’s license are not legally allowed to operate an OHV on maintained dirt roads or city streets. Parents will be held responsible for their child’s safety.

5. Only ride with the number of passengers for which the machine is designed. One of the biggest causes of OHV-related injuries is riding with more than the recommended number of passengers. Carrying a passenger can make riding difficult and change how the vehicle responds.

6. Stay on designated trails. A large threat to sustainable OHV recreation in Arizona is the closure of riding areas due to irresponsible use. Protect the state’s fragile natural resources, and your ability to visit such spots, by staying on designated trails and avoiding sensitive habitat areas.

7. Be prepared and equipped. Take area maps and guides, and have a compass, first aid kit, whistle, tire repair kit, tow rope or chain and other basic tools on hand. Also make sure to bring sunscreen, water and food.

8. Avoid drinking alcohol and/or drugs. Operating any OHV under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs is illegal. Alcohol and drugs drastically impair a person’s judgement, responsiveness and ability to operate the machine safely. The consequences of a DUI while operating an OHV on a trail are the same as a DUI for any vehicle on the highway. Ride safe, ride sober.

9. Register your OHV and purchase an OHV Decal. All vehicles designed primarily for travel on unimproved terrain and weighing less than 1,800 pounds are required to have an OHV Decal to operate on public and state lands. License plates and decals are available at any Arizona Motor Vehicle Division location or at servicearizona.com.

10. Maintain your machine properly, especially the spark arrester and muffler. Arresters help to protect against igniting a wildfire and mufflers help to reduce the noise emitted by OHVs. visit www.azgfd.gov/OHV

As Dry Conditions Return, some animals are moving closer to easy sources of food and water. This has led to increased reports of bears, coyotes, mountain lions, bobcats and other wildlife in populated areas across the state, where lawns are watered, swimming pools are full, garbage cans are overflowing and dishes of pet food are left on back porches. This month, bears have been spotted in Tucson, Rio Rico, Patagonia, Payson, Flagstaff and at campgrounds along the Mogollon Rim. Mountain lions are being spotted in suburban neighborhoods, foxes have bitten two people and coyotes, as usual, are seen almost everywhere. “This is the normal time of year to see wildlife on the move, and we need the public’s help to keep wildlife out of trouble by eliminating things that attract wildlife into town,” said Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) Regional Supervisor Raul Vega. “When wild animals lose their fear of people, or see people as a food source, it almost always ends badly for the wildlife.” AZGFD will sometimes relocate wildlife, but about 50 percent of relocated bears often return to the spot where they were first captured. “The key to reducing danger from wildlife is to reduce things that attract wildlife,” said Mark Hart, public information program manager for AZGFD’s Tucson region. “Don’t put your garbage out until collection day, don’t put excess food out for birds and bunnies, feed your pets inside, and don’t leave small pets outside unattended. If there’s nothing to eat or drink in your neighborhood, wildlife will usually keep moving on.” If you come across a lion, bear or coyote, AZGFD advises you not to run. Make yourself look as big as possible, make lots of noise, throw things and back away slowly. If attacked, fight back by kicking, punching or hitting the animal with a rock or stick. It’s important to report nuisance wildlife because aggressive wildlife that breezes through your yard may attack a neighbor’s pet or a child. If you see wildlife in places where they don’t belong or acting strangely, call the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s 24-hour Radio Room at 623-236-7201.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

May 27

Congresswoman Martha McSally will speak at the unveiling of a memorial for fallen Captain Amy Svoboda at the Pima Air & Space Museum Hangar 1, 6000 E Valencia Rd, in Tucson at 10:30 am., Sat., May 27 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of her passing during a tactical training mission on the Barry Goldwater range. This event is open to the public.

Arizona Balladeer Dolan Ellis and Arizona’s Historian Marshall Trimble will team up for a performance for the Pleasant Valley Historical Society at 2 pm., Sat., May 27 at the Young Community Center on Hwy 288. $25 per person. An after-event party will be held at Bruzzi Vineyard at 4 pm., Contact Sharon Day 928-462-11111384 shmday@gmail.com or James Bruzzi 480-215-2497 bruzzivineyard@aol.com

MAY 28

Pima County Republicans will conduct at “Honoring the Fallen” Memorial event and Flag Retiring Ceremony at 5 pm., Sun., May 28 at Desert Christian High School, 7525 E Speedway Blvd., in Tucson. Contact: Adriana@tc4az.com or call her at 520-867-5767

MAY 29

Bikers USA has scheduled a “Flags for our Fallen” ceremony between 6 am and noon., May 29, 2017 at the Phoenix National Cemetery located at 23029 N Cave Creek Rd in North Phoenix. Details: http://RidersUSA.net

Memorial Day Ceremony at 8 am at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 North Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix - with various speakers;

Fountain Hills Veterans Memorial Ceremony, 17200 E El Lago Blvd, Fountain Hills, at 9 am with speakers Barbara Hatch, Executive Director of the Veterans Heritage Project and Mike Ferguson, Commander, Military Order of the Purple Heart and former Commander, AZ Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

Memorial Service Chaplain Statue at 10 am., at Scottsdale City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd., with speaker Lt Col John Chavez, US Army.  

The Rim Country Republican Club will meet at 11 am, Memorial Day (May 29) at Tiny's Restaurant, Highway 260 in Payson to hear former AZGOP Chairman Tom Morrissey address his experiences with the Establishment when he was State Chairman and what really goes on behind closed doors. “There are many in the Establishment who are dedicated to maintaining the status quo, which had been chiseled in stone until the rise of Donald Trump.  I feel that it is incumbent on those of us who have an understanding of this, to make certain that we don't just stand around and allow these folks to have free reign as they proceed in their quest to silence our president, and us,” he said. He will also speak about his latest book, co-written with conservative actor and master martial artist, Steven Seagal, due to be published this summer.

The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm. ,Mon., May 29 featuring Dr. Chris Salvino who will address the GOP’s American Health Care Act (AHCA) at 3375 E Shea Blvd in Phoenix. Chairman Ron Ludders 602-677.1496

May 30

Coffee & Donuts with Senator Jeff Flake , 8 am, AZGOP West Valley Office - 10050 W. Bell Rd. Ste. 50, Sun City, AZ 85351.

JUNE 1

The Navajo County Republicans will meet at 6 pm., June 1 in the Frontier Conference Room, 550 N. 9th Place in Show Low. www.navajocountyazgop.org

The Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., June 1 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. Mystery speaker. Chr Sally Kizer at coloradoriverteaparty@yahoo.com www.coloradoriverteaparty.org

The Central Republican Women of Phoenix will meet with teacher/author Ben Wick at 6:16 pm., Thurs., June 1 at the Hilton Phoenix Suites, 10 E Thomas in Phoenix. Reservations required. $30 per dinner. make reservation or RSVP to Jan Webb reservations@crwop.org 602-318-10-10- by May 28. Social/check in at 5:30 pm.

Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates will hold neighborhood coffee at 8 am., Thurs., June 1 at the Deer Valley Airport Restaurant, 702 W Deer Valley Road #B in Phoenix with guest Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery.

JUNE 2

Graham County Republican Meeting 12:00 PM  Manor House, 415 E. U.S. Hwy 70, Safford, AZ 85546.

JUNE 3

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., St., June 3 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R. H. Johnson Blvd., Sun City West to hear Lisa Fink, chairman of the AZ Constitutional Commemoration Committee for eight years. She is one of the founders and board president of Choice Academies, Inc., a charter school organization and is part of the Mommy Lobby seeking to remove Common Core and assisted in the writing of the National Common Core Standards System which articulated the problems with Common Core in Arizona. Coffee/donuts at 8a m., $2 donation to help refray room rental costs. All Republicans in Sun City West, Sun City, Surprise and surrounding communities are welcome to attend. Contact: 623-546-3753. No July or August meetings; resume in September.

CONGRESSIONAL STATEMENTS/ACTION

(300 word limit. If statements exceed the limit, it will be edited)

Congressman Trent Franks:   Today gunmen opened fire on a Coptic Christian convoy which included women and children heading to St. Samuel’s monastery in Minya Province, south of Cairo. Franks, chairman of the International Religious Freedom Caucus issued the following statement responding to this grotesque and cowardly attack on women and young children: “Once again radical Islam rears its ugly head to show the world their culture of death is at war with our culture of life. These terrorists are cowards who mercilessly targeted women and children who were headed to a monastery to pray. Our earnest thoughts and prayers go out to the victims, their families, and to all of Egypt. It is no coincidence President Trump visited the Middle East during his first official overseas trip. His appeal to the Muslim world to unite against radical Islamic terror should be taken to heart. We urge Muslims who respect the rights of all to live out their faith in peace with others to be a voice for peace and tolerance. We stand with President El-Sisi in his increased commitment to root out this brutal, spineless, hateful evil. The United States remains committed to securing religious freedom for all people everywhere."

Congressman Paul Gosar: This past week, the House voted on a collection of bills seeking to improve the lives of our nation’s veterans.  I'm proud to supported eight pieces of legislation that seek to address, among other things, a broken Veterans Administration (VA) by holding the agency more accountable than ever and reforming a system in desperate need of repair.  Additionally, these bills look to improve the appeals process within the VA as well as adjust the Cost-of-Living used in determining benefits. As we observe Memorial Day this weekend, it’s important to remember that in our nation’s darkest hours, the members of our armed services have bravely fought to protect what we as Americans hold most dear—our freedom. And when these men and women return home and look to us for help and support, we owe it to them to make sure they receive the benefits they so rightfully earned.  We can never fully repay those who have sacrificed so much for our country. Nevertheless, the eight bills we passed this week will undoubtedly improve the quality of life our veterans deserve. The following bills passed the House this week and will now go to the Senate for consideration:

· H.R. 467, the VA Scheduling Accountability Act;

· H.R. 1005, a bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to improve the provision of adult day health care services for veterans;

· H.R. 1162, No Heroes Left Untreated Act;

· H.R. 1329, Veterans’ Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 2017;

· H.R. 1545, VA Prescription Data Accountability Act;

· H.R 1725, Quicker Veterans Benefits Delivery Act of 2017;

· H.R. 2052, the PRIVATE Act; and

· H.R. 2288, Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act of 2017.

Congressman Paul Gosar: On May 24, 2017, I introduced H.R. 2360, which would authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land to La Paz County, Arizona, in order to create economic development opportunities and facilitate renewable electricity generation for the Western United States and released the following statement: “I have long been an advocate of a true all-of-the-above energy strategy, and solar power is an integral part of a diverse, market-based energy mix. This bill will allow La Paz County to take advantage of one of their best assets, sunshine. Because the immense federal footprint in the County leaves only roughly six percent of land available for taxable use, a land transfer is necessary for the County to secure enough space for this type of development. H.R. 2630 allows the County to secure title to 8,000 acres from the BLM for fair market value. The County can put this otherwise under-utilized land to more effective use by partnering with private renewable energy developers to create good-paying local jobs and build a diverse tax base to support basic public services. Supervisor Irwin and the County have done amazing work in helping craft this commonsense legislation.” Following the introduction of H.R. 2630, La Paz County Supervisor Holly Irwin stated, “Congressman Gosar has his finger on the pulse of rural America to help jump start the economy of a western Arizona county in conveying a disturbed parcel of property that could instead act as an anchor to attract jobs and stimulate our local economy as we struggle under federal ownership that leaves less than 6% of private property available to support government-mandated services." Full text HERE. Original cosponsors are Rep. Andy Biggs (AZ-05) and Rep. Trent Franks (AZ-08). Sen Jeff Flake (R-AZ) introduced companion legislation in the U.S. Senate.

Sen John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, will travel to Australia, and lead a bipartisan Senate delegation to Vietnam and Singapore next week at a critical time for U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific region. The delegation visiting Vietnam and Singapore will include Sens Chris Coons (D-DE) and John Barrasso (R-WY). During their visit, the members will meet with top government officials and civil society leaders to discuss a range of vital security and economic issues. In Singapore, the senators will participate in The Shangri-La Dialogue, an annual conclave of Asia-Pacific defense ministers and national security leaders, including Secretary of Defense James Mattis. More information on The Shangri-La Dialogue is available here.

NEWS LINKS

· Immigration Arrests In Arizona Soar Under President Donald Trump

· Trump’s First Budget Draws Praise, Pans From Arizona Lawmakers

· Massive Lie Reports That 23 Million Of Americans Will Lose Health Care Are WAY Off;

· Legislature-To-Seek-Dismissal-Of-Initiative-Law-Challenge

· Valley-Pest-Control-Company-Using-Garlic-To-Fight-Off-Mosquitoes

· Trump Delivers Nasty Surprise To Obama & Merkel After They Gang Up On Him In Germany

· House Panel Calls For Crackdown On ‘Growing Problem’ Of Visa Overstays

· Philippines-Duterte-Declares-Martial-Law-In-Region-Besieged-By-ISIS-Linked-Extremists

· Should Muslim-Kids-Get-Special-Prayer-Rooms, Food In -Public-Schools??

· Meet The Real Jared-Kushner; He's Tougher Than He Looks

· Trey-Gowdy-Unleashes-Action-On-Obama-Admin-That-Makes-Them-Very-Nervous

· Federal-Judges-Invite-Muslims-Veto-Security-Policy-Campaign-Statements-Free-Elections

· Poll: Is It Time-For A Criminal-Investigation-Into Obama-And His Henchmen??

· The Government Investigates

· 42 States Reach $33 Million Settlement With Johnson & Johnson Consumer, McNeil-PPC

· Newt-Gingrich: Lock-Up Leakers

· British-Air-Force-Writes -Message-On-The-Side-Of-Bombs-To-Be-Dropped-On-ISIS-After-Manchester-Attack

· Arizona Endowment Investments Sets New All-Time Record Of $5.57 Billion

· Thousands-Drop-Off-Food-Stamp-Rolls-Georgia-State-Implements-Work-Requirements

· USAA-Faces-Customer-Backlash-Canceling-Ads On Troop-Supporting-Sean-Hannity

· Democrats-Believe-They-Can-Oust-Republican-Congressman Schweikert In-Arizona

· Penzone Returns Howitzer To Army National Guard

· Chicago Inmates Can Order Fancy Italian Pizza Made In Jail

· DHS Chief Kelly Rebukes Obama: 'We're Not Hiding Behind A Wall'

· Arizona Supreme Court Rules In Winn, Horne Campaign Finance Case

· Utilities Owner Indicted For Bribery

· Utilities-George-Johnson; Former-Corporation-Commissioner-Pierce-Indicted On -Conspiracy-Fraud-Charges

· Gowdy Makes A Fool Of John Brennan (5/23/17)

· Paul Ryan Says He ‘Doesn’t Agree’ With Trump On This One MAJOR Issue – Who Do You Side With?

· Sanchez Returns For TUSD’s University High Graduation, PR Crew On Hand

· German Kindergartens To Name Parents Who Skip Vaccine Advice

· Oro-Valley-Selects-New-Town-Manager

· Final Arrest Made In Sierra Vista Fraud, Identity Theft Investigation

· Rumsfeld: Trump 'Exactly Right' On NATO Spending Demand

· Wellton Border Patrol Agents Find 11 Distressed Border Crossers

· Report: More Americans With Alzheimer's Are Dying At Home

· AZ-Court: Former-AG-Tom-Horne-Denied-Due-Process-Campaign-Case

· McCain Trashed Trump’s Budget!


SEEING RED AZ

· Easily-Resistible-Offer-To-Win-Mitt-Tickets-For-Jeff-Fake*-Events

· No, Jeff Flake Isn’t Working To Boost Trump’s Policies

· Joe Arpaio And The Facts Get Skewed In NYT Report

AMERICAN FREEDOM BY BARBARA

· Monday-May-29th-Is-Memorial-Day; Honor Our Military

· President-Trumps-Message-To-NATO

· President-Trump-Meets-With-Pope-Francis

ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE

· The State Of Free Speech On College Campuses

· The Future Of A Leftist Education

· Draining The Swamp Is Messy

MICHELLE MALKIN

· The Forgotten Slaughters Of The Innocents

· The 'Social Justice Approach' To Fighting Terrorism Has Failed

DENNIS MICHAEL LYNCH

· Federal-Prosecutor-Mysteriously-Found-Dead

WHITE HOUSE/PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP

· Steve Bannon Was RIGHT - Globalists Are Threatening To Derail Trump !

· Trump-Budget-Welfare-Requires-Work; Bad News For Deadbeats

· Team-Bannon-United-To-Fight-Deep-State-Sabotage

· Melania & Donald-Hold-Hands-As They Arrive-Sicily

BARACK OBAMA

· Obama Officials Admit To Receiving 'Unmasked' Intelligence Reports During Election Campaign

BILL, HILLARY AND CHELSEA

· Chelsea Clinton Just Achieved A New Level Of Ridiculousness

· Former Clinton Staffer Arrested By The FBI
Hillary Couldn't Stop Coughing During Wellesley Commencement Speech

EDUCATION

· America's Universities Have Become Training Camps For Violent Left-Wing Extremism

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