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Sunday, October 22, 2017

10-22-17 Briefs

REPUBLICAN BRIEFS

Gov Jan Brewer 2014Arrowhead Republican Women will meet with former Gov Jan Brewer at 11:30 am., Wed., Nov 8 at the Briarwood Country Club , 20800 N. 135th Ave, Sun City West. Registration opens at 10:45am. $20 payable at the door - includes lunch. Reservations required. RSVP at www.arrowheadrw.weebly.com or contact Lezlee Alexander at 602-354-5224. Secretary of State Michele Reagan, who was originally slated for the Nov 8 meeting, has developed a scheduling conflict, according to Alexander.

bob burnsThe Sun City West Republicans meeting is scheduled at 8:30 am, Sat., Nov 4 in the Quail Rm of the SCW Foundation Building with Corporation Commissioner Robert Burns. Burns  will address regulation of Arizona’s private water, wastewater, electricity, gas and telecommunications companies, among other things. Burns is a former state representative, state senator, Central Arizona Water Conservation District Director, and Senate President and Appropriations Chairman. Coffee/donuts served at 8 am. A $2 donation helps defray the rental costs. Contact: www.GOP.scwclubs.com http://gop.scwclubs.com Publicity chairman Jean Goncalves at 623-214-8010.

The Yavapai County Republican Women will meet at 5:30 pm at Prescott Club, StoneRidge Golf Course, Prescott Valley. National Republican Committeewoman Lori Klein-Corbin will speak to the group.

Arizona’s Anti-Proxie Petition Is available for electronic signatures, according to spokesman Archie Dicksion. The petition would amend Arizona Revised State Code Section 16-828 to prohibit political party members from carrying unlimited proxies for business meeting – or limit proxies to two per person per meeting. Grassroots party activists have complained for several years about the abuse of voting power by those carrying 20-40 proxies to legislative, county and state meeting - thus controlling the election of new officers and the vote on various issues. Due to speculated corruption at recent election meetings, some LD’s have already put limited proxy carrying regulations into effect. The root of the problem starts with the recruitment of precinct committeemen who rarely, if ever attend meeting, but turn their voting power over to “bell cows” who gather large numbers of proxies to control the outcome of various issues including the election of officers. To request the legislature put a stop to this practice, click on Proxie petition. Complete the information on the form, then click on the signature block and you can sign on your computer by using the mouse or on your Iphone, or android by using your finger. The anti-proxie petition reads:

     “PROXIES

     REPUBLICAN PARTY PLATFORM 2016, PAGE 16: “Honest elections are the foundation of representative government... We are concerned, however, that some voting procedures may be open to abuse.”
     ROBERT’S RULES OF ORDER: “Voting by proxy is inconsistent with the fundamental concept that voting rights are not transferrable.”
     ARIZONA HOUSE LEGISLATURE RULE 14: “No member shall be permitted to vote unless present in person to cast his vote.”
     BY SIGNING THIS PETITION we are requesting that the Arizona State Legislature prohibit the use of proxies at political party votes, or limit their use to no more than two (2) proxies per carrier…”

Please contact your elected legislative representative Legislative Member Roster to let them know you would like the ARS  amended to prohibit or limit the use of proxies at District, County and State Meetings. Contact Dicksion at chie938@q.com – ft

How Deep Is The War Within The Republican Party It seems to be everywhere.  Solid activist republicans in states around the country are jumping ship.  There are plenty of insiders trying to save the party by begging conservatives to stay, things will be different soon…

The Gila Division of the Arizona Origin Science Association (AZOSA)  will meet at 7 pm, Tues., Oct 24 in the Payson Public Library Meeting Room, 328 N. McLane Rd., inPayson.  Speaker Keaton Halley from Creation Ministries International will present "Creation: What's The Big Deal?"

AZ Heroes to Hometowns is again gather donations for Turkeys to Troops so military families can enjoy a traditional thanksgiving dinner. AZ Heroes to Hometowns is in need of 2,000 - $20 grocery gift cards or monetary donations for a turkey or ham to complete the food boxes for Thanksgiving. Donations of grocery gift cards and checks may be mailed to AZ Heroes to Hometowns, PO Box 31646, Mesa AZ 85275. Also, Pay-Pal may be used for donations; information can be located at www.azheroestohometowns.org. All donations labeled Turkey to Troops will be used for this project. Please consider helping the families that have done their part to fight for our freedom: Contact founder Kathy Pearce at 480.330.1632 or kathy@azheroestohometowns.org or AZ H2H, P.O. Box 31646, Mesa, AZ 85275

The “Pinal Republican Committee “Elephant Walk” Golf Tournament is scheduled Sat., Nov 18 at the Saddlebrooke Ranch Golf Club. Proceeds to benefit the Pinal County Republican Committee. Shotgun start at 8 am. Prizes, awards golf with lunch, space limited. $85 per golfer. $340 per team. Registration, luncheon and sponsorship form can be found on @PinalGOP Twitter page, dated Sept 7. Contact Dan Culver -danielculver100@aol.com or Cell 334-202-6458.

A Trump-Pence One Year Anniversary Celebration is scheduled Nov 8 at Briarwood Country Club, 2008 N 135th in Sun City West. 5:30pm Social Time, Dinner at 6:15 pm. $26 per ticket (you can reserve a table of 8). The speakers will be County Atty. Bill Montgomery, State Treasurer Jeff DeWit, and Secretary of State Michelle Reagen. Reservation deadline Nov 1. Send reservation check to Roy Jenks  13001 West Broken Arrow Drive, Sun City West, AZ.  85375. Event co-sponsored by LD22 Precinct Committeeman & Chairman of the Event, Roy Jenks, Sun City West Republican Club, LD 22 members, & Waking-Up America Club. Contacts:  Jenks -Cell 651-283-1133 or Jan Martinson--623-546-37523.

Steve Kates “Call to Rights Radio Show” on1100 AM/ KFNX at 11 am, Sun., Oct 22 will feature author/columnist/activist Pamela Geller on her new book FATWA: Hunted in America and author Philip Haney on his new book See Something, Say Nothing – exposing the current state of Islamic terrorist activity, here and abroad. Call in 602 277-5369 or 1 866-536-1100 www.calltorights.com

Editor’s Note: Please keep opinion pieces to 400 words.

Political Activist Lolly Hathhorn: I thinks that Sen John McCain needs to stay home and recuperate.  It is sad to see how hateful and spiteful and anti-Trump he is and think that we, Republicans, are going to stand idly by and see him spout his angry, misguided rhetoric.  He is a RINO and is getting worse.  He is just a sore loser (could not win the Presidency) and is still spouting his hatred that a business man such as Donald Trump could manage to win the Presidency.  Mr. McCain is so angry with his situation that he knows that he has LOST in all aspects of his tenure.  So SAD!  For the sake of our Country, STAY HOME! As to Sen Jeff Flake, he is one!  He is so attached to McCain that it is not even funny.  How do these progressives getting elected time and time again?  It is time to clean the SWAMP!  Let’s start with McCain and Flake and go from there. 

Arizona Town Crier Jim Ehl: We have an officially elected AZGOP secretary asking a non-elected member of the AZ GOP headquarters for cooperation.  What cooperation? The bylaws list the statutory and mandatory officers who are elected by the state committeemen!  The Executive Director, Communications Director, and Political Coordinator are not listed.  The state chairman shall appoint a chaplain, finance chairman, general counsel, registration chairman, education chairman and such other officers, may be helpful from time to time: all to serve at his pleasure. The Executive Director. Communications Director, and Political Coordinator are not listed there, either.  IV.G. in the bylaws list the duties of ‘Appointed Officers, but does not give any duties for the Executive Director. Communications Director, or Political Coordinator.  The bylaws also state that the chairman shall officially appoint all committees and shall have “such usual powers of supervision and management as may be required for the effective functioning of the state party headquarters and staff or as shall be assigned to him/her by the state committee.  Can we assume that the Executive Director, the Communications Director, and Political Coordinator are hired or appointed shall be assigned to him/her by the state committee or that the chair chose to allow someone else to run the party instead of himself?  Duties??  Is it OK for those three “appointed” positions do whatever they like since there is no job description for them? The bylaws state that the chair may appoint committees, but the chair appointed a chair to set up the bylaws committee for him!!!

     We, then, must assume that the bylaws statement “and such other officers, may be helpful from time to time: all to serve at his pleasure” is the authority used to appoint the the Executive Director, the Communications Director, and Political Coordinator, but has anyone ever seen a reason for their existence, or a list of  “G. Duties of Appointive Officers”?  Too many County Chairs let a non-elected politico run the show.  Doesn’t your election as  party leader mean something to you???  

    Maybe an amendment to the bylaws process will give some clarification to this situation that doesn’t seem to bother so many of you!  If the current bylaws are virtually the same as written about 58 years ago, it is pretty easy to see why the stagnation.  Editor’s Note: Ehl’s letter was condensed due to length. - ft

CALENDAR OF EVENTS.

MON - OCT 23

Tempe Republican Women will meet at 6:30 pm., at the Pyle Center, 655 E Southern to hear Sam Stone from Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s office address the housing scam that is reportedly occurring in neighborhoods, and Tempe City Council candidate Robin Arrendondo-Savage, who will discuss her city council campaign.

The Tucson Republican Women's lunch is scheduled at 11:30 am., at the Radisson Hotel, 6555 E Speedway in Tucson. Gold Star Mother Sharon Jones will address the group. Reservations: pmstucson@aol.come or Parraleee Schneider 520-250-5073

The Western Pinal County Chapter of AZRA will meet with Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward at 6:30 pm at 408 N. Sacaton Street, Suite II, in Casa Grande. While serving two terms in the state senate, she continued to practice medicine in the emergency departments in lake Havasu City and Kingman. Contact: AZRA President Nancy Hawkins nancydist3@gmail.com

The Yavapai County Republican Women will meet at 5:30 pm at Prescott Club, StoneRidge Golf Course, Prescott Valley. National Republican Committeewoman Lori Klein-Corbin will speak to the group.

TUES - Oct 24

LD17 will meet at 7 pm. with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. See Agenda and MCRC Bylaws Proposed Amendments PC training starts at 6 pm in the Heritage Chapel rm140, Tri-City Baptist Church, 2211 W Germann Road in Chandler. Map Here

Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officer Association (CSPOA) will meet at 7 pm at the Paseo Verde Christian Church; 7569 West Greenway Rd. Peoria, AZ 85381. Contact: Randy Miller (623) 866-3544.

Early Bird Tickets are available until Oct 24 for the Yavapai County Republican Committee’s “Tribute to Veterans” Italian buffet dinner scheduled at 6:30 pm., Sat., Nov 11. Speakers are Lt Col Wendy Rogers (retired USAF) and SFC Walt Blackman (USA retired). Contact Sandra for details. Table of 8 for $500. Tickets at www.yavgop.org or here. Advance ticket purchase required.

Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officer Association (CSPOA) will meet at 7 pm, at the Paseo Verde Christian Church; 7569 West Greenway Rd. Peoria, AZ 85381. Contact: Randy Miller (623) 866-3544.

WED - OCT 25

LD4 and the Estrella Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Wed., Oct 25 in the Estrella Foothills High School, 13033 S Estrella Parkway in Goodyear. Supt of Public Instructions candidate Frank Riggs and Robert Branch will address education. Contact Chr Dick Newcomer 623-398-5638 RLN2011@msn.com

Yavapai County Republican Women meet at 5:30 pm and Prescott Club, StoneRidge Golf Course, Prescott Valley.

Grassroots Tea Party Patriots will view the documentary “The Battle for Jerusalem” starting at 6:15 pm., Wed., Oct 25 in the banquet room at Denny’s Restaurant, 9030 N Black Canyon Hwy. The story is of the Israeli paratroopers entering the Old City of Jerusalem on June 7, 1967 through the eyes of Israel’ls 55th Paratrooper Brigade. Guests are asked to bring a sweater or wear long sleeves as the new air conditioner is set at 74.   Contact: Francine L Romesburg grtp@grassrootsteapartyactivists.com

Yuma County Republican Women meet at 11:30 am in the Hills Restaurant at Desert Hills Golf Course (Avenue A and 32nd Street.

The Yuma County Republican Committee Meeting is scheduled at 7 pm at theGoodwill Career Center’

THURS - Oct 26

Lydia Abril Hosts The Wickenburg “Believers For Trump” prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 6 pm., in the suite adjacent to Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant, 2027 W Wickenburg Way in Wickenburg.

The Arizona Republican Women’s State Convention is scheduled Oct 26-28 at the Mesa Hilton. Those wishing to be delegates should contact their club presidents for details.

SAT - Oct 28

The Tucson Conservative Forum will meet with author/former DEA agent Jeff Prather at 9 am., at the Hungry Fox, 4637 E. Broadway Blvd. Prather will address “Trump vs the SWAMP- The Inside Story.” Breakfast at 8 am for $11 per person. No reservations required.

The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s Biennial Convention is scheduled Oct 27 & 28 in Mesa, featuring NFRW President Carrie Almond, AZGOP Chairman Jonathan Lines, Rachael Campo Duffy, Talk show host Terry Gilbert and author Jesse Romero.

Palo Verde Outreach, a sister organization to the Palo Verde Republican Women is hosting an evening with Kimberley Strassel, author, political columnist and Wall Street Editorial Board members, between 6-10 pm., Sat., Oct 28 at 7200 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale. Strassel will speak on her most recent book “The Intimidation Game: How the Left is Silencing Free Speech. The Intimidation Game” that provides an insightful, and alarming look at how the Left, once the champion of civil liberties, is today orchestrating a coordinated campaign to bully Americans out of free speech. Tickets are $100 per person. Make checks payable to: Palo Verde Outreach, 12420 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85259. Contact Joan Lang at 480.703.0416.


SEEING RED AZ

· Dem Sexual Predators Receive Awards; Others Get Prison Terms

· Calif. Wine County Fires: Illegal Alien In Custody

· AZ Republic Editorial Previews McCain Obit

AMERICAN FREEDOM BY BARBARA

· Harvey Weinstein's Alleged Victims Their “Silence Gave Consent”

· Trump Says He Will Release JFK Files On Assassination Via Twitter

· Looking For A Westie Rescue To Adopt

· Gold Star Widow Releases Audio Of Phone Call With Trump

· WH Chief Of Staff John Kelly Defends Trump’s Handling Of Soldier’s Death And Call To Widow Video/Full Text

ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE

· Bush Warns Against U.S. Nationalism Being Turned Into Nativism (Trump)

· How Deep Is The War Within The Republican Party It Seems To Be Everywhere.  Solid Activist Republicans In States Around The Country Are Jumping Ship.  There Are Plenty Of Insiders Trying To Save The Party By Begging Conservatives To Stay, Things Will Be Different Soon.

· A Fearless Leader In His Time, An Example For The Current Leader

· The Latest: Ex-Ward Staffers Slam Her On Fundraiser Eve

· DDC/DE: To Be Or Not To Be

GILBERT WATCH GILA WATCH

· President Trump's 2017 Winning List!

· Arizona Origin Science Association Meeting Oct. 24

PAMELA GELLER

· Guilty: Man Who Wanted To Behead Pamela Geller David Daoud Wright Was Affiliated With The Islamic

MICHELLE MALKIN

· Michelle Malkin: Beware The Rape Allegation Bandwagon

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