Tuesday, January 10, 2017

1-10-17 Briefs

Republican Briefs

Editor Frosty Taylor        Web Master John Strasser

Clarification: An article in yesterday’s Briefs reads: “PCs are supposed to be notified 10 days prior to a Mandatory County meeting.  Nevertheless, many Maricopa County Republican PCs still have not received the Call Letter via snail mail or e-mail for the Jan 14 meeting. .”  That can be interpreted to mean that the PCs have to receive the notice 10 days prior to a statutory (or mandatory) meeting, as opposed to the county chairman having to “give notice” of the meeting at least 10 days prior to the date of such meeting.   What the statute actually says is the chairman of the county shall give notice of the time and place of such meeting by mail to each precinct committeeman at least 10 days prior to the date of such meeting.  Nevertheless, the ongoing battle over e-mail vs snail mail is pretty silly considering e-mail is transmitted within seconds. Briefs has been told that the Republican National Committee (RNC) did not require snail mail for the AZ GOP state committee chairman to notice the Arizona state presidential nominating convention to the state convention delegates, who met to elect the Arizona national convention delegates.  It was all done by email and through a web page.  Saves time and money. Is more reliable and makes sense.

In the meantime, LD23 PC Boe James says he is not a “Never-Trumper” as insinuated by former LD23 Secretary Lynn Breyer 1-9-17 Archives in her rebuttal to allegations by LD23 PC Sheila Muehling 1-7-17 Briefs that Breyer had told her the election records were destroyed after the 2014 Organizational meeting. James says he had so many Trump signs in his yard that complaints were made to his HOA. Although James has written complaints about what he refers to as “irregularities” during the December 2016 LD23 Organization meeting, he says he never tried to prevent immediate past LD23 Chairman Jim O’Connor from running for State Committeeman or the AZGOP Chair.

Christopher P P Brant: From Behind My Popular Donald Trump Mask, "I am not a Never-Trumper!" Lynne Breyer can continue her silly but vitriolic comments towards me if she wishes including her untrue statements about my being a Never-Trumper. If she ventured out from behind her computer and attended one of the award winning Fountain Hills Republican Club meetings, under the leadership of our President Dr C.T. Wright, she would experience the type of atmosphere that would be a model for LD 23 meetings; we make everyone feel very welcome. It might have helped if Ms Breyer had joined the many thousands of spectators at the recent Fountain Hills Thanksgiving Parade who enjoyed the entry by our club of the "Mr. Trump Goes To Washington". Personally, from behind that Donald Trump suit and mask, along with the sign reading, "Plans to Make America Great Again" I am pleased to report that 95% of the audience was supportive, having fun and then the organizers topped the day off by awarding the Fountain Hills Republican Club the Best Vehicular Entry Plaque (out of over 50 floats) for our performance. By the way, I am looking forward to representing my Precinct at the LD 23 meetings. That includes working with the new LD 23 Board to do whatever I can to help improve the uncomfortable, palpable atmosphere that has been present for those attending meetings in the last few years. One positive step might be to ask Ms Breyer to volunteer to take sabbatical leave for a year or two! Former 2 Term President of the Fountain Hills Republican Club.

LD29 PC Terri Zarra to MCRC Chairman candidate Tristan Manos on last night's LD29 Chairman Candidate Forum: "Thank you for coming to our LD29 meeting. I really liked that you were the only person to talk about our Founding Fathers, the Constitution, Bill of Rights and our 2nd amendment. Those are all issues that matter to me. Others I talked to agreed! I'll try to pass the word around about your patriotism. Many of us are looking for that. You would be a great fit with Jim O'Connor in the State office. Prayers for that outcome! Good luck!"

Reporters-Obsessively Try To Get Mccain To Say... Reporters obsessively try and get Arizona Sen John McCain to say the Trump election was illegitimate. Something is terribly wrong when after an election the media insists on attempting to have the results called illegitimate. The liberals simply can’t accept the fact that they lost because they ran the most corrupt and scandal-plagued presidential candidate in American history.

LD's 12, 16, 17, 18, 23, 25 & 26 are conducting a combined meeting at 7 pm., Wed., Jan 11 at the Tri-City Baptist Church, main building's sanctuary, 2211 W. Germann Rd., Chandler, AZ 85286 to hear from candidates for the Maricopa County Republican Committee and Arizona State Republican Party Governing Board. Volunteers are needed at 6:30 to greet guests. Contact: LD17 Chairman Bill Moll.

Congrats to Steve Miller, the new Chairman of the Pinal County Board of Supervisors; Denny Barney, the new Chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors; and Tom Foresete, the new Chairman of the Arizona Corporation Commission.

Rev Clyde Bowen, Chairman of the Az AMERICAN African Republican Committee: The AAARC appreciates & prays for law enforcement every day. We respect the rule of law. America is a nation of laws. January 9 is a day set aside to participate, to point out our admiration and support for our 900,000 finest. My 10 years in various aspects of military law enforcement gives me insight and understanding. There were incidents and accidents, but we were committed, to our service and our mission: our country. Perfection among every one of 900,000? Please know only God is perfect. Cops? Given the job, the stress, the public, close enough. God Bless law enforcement today and every day! Thank you for your service.

LD13 will not meet again until March 14, 2017 at Tuscany Falls. Registration begins at 6:30 pm; meeting at 7 pm. Contact: Chairman Ben Boon or Sec Karri King

The Current Tentative List of 1,235 state committeemen, including nominees not yet formally elected, is here:

Briefs Invites All Candidates running for AZGOP and Maricopa County Republican Committee offices, during the January 2017 Mandatory meetings, to submit their candidate announcement or a resume for posting to help PCs get acquainted with the candidates they will vote on. 300 word limit per candidate.

Meet Cindy Coleman, AZGOP Secretary CANDIDATE: I pledge to address these challenges during my tenure:

  • Develop Standing Operating Processes for caucus and voting situations: Every AZGOP election session should have a protocol identifying the facilitators, step-by-step instructions, control documents, trouble-shooting contact numbers.
  • Procure A Voting Platform that ensures voting integrity, to be implemented at LD, County and State elections: It’s time to vote using personal devices. The integrity of the selected voting process is paramount. Train LD and County chairs in the use of the program. Use it for LD elections, followed by County elections. Thus, the anxiety of using the program at a state or CD election will be lessened.
  • Review And Revise The AZGOP By-Laws: Spelling and grammar glitches are unprofessional. Omission of specific topics, like the duties and election of Congressional District members-at-large, interfere with the function of AZGOP.
  • Problem solver and collaborator. I look at all angles of an issue and continue moving forward.
  • Mom of Marcus and Alison, public high school teachers/coaches. Grandma to Colin Joseph and Nicholas William
  • Precinct committeeperson, Precinct 124 since 1978, captain since 1986, Pima County Republican Women’s Club member
  • Retired educator/coach after 37 years, AZ Federation of Republican Women “My Favorite Teacher;” Ohio State University Southern Arizona Teacher of the Year; Southern Arizona Foundation of Women’s Sports “High School Coach of the Year”
  • CD2 Member-at-Large; CD5 Member-at-Large; AZGOP Sergeant At Arms 1980
  • Recent Party activities: AZGOP Resolutions Committee chair, Pima GOP Rules Committee chair; attendee: AZGOP By-laws workshop, AZGOP Robert’s Rules workshop, Trunk and Tusk
  • Campaign Chair or Treasurer for 8 Legislative Campaigns, volunteer for numerous endeavors
  • Oldest daughter of 11 Air Force Brats, born in Broadstairs, England, February 22, 1952
  • Graduate, University of Arizona---BS Secondary Education: 1977; MA Exercise and Sports Sciences, 1987; Uof A Letterwinner; member, President’s Club and A Club, Alumni Association
  • Tucson Unified School District PE/Health Coordinator: 2014-16
  • Curriculum Consultant. Contact:

The Flagstaff Republican Women are hosting a January Inauguration Party Luncheon/celebration between 11:30 am-1 pm., Thurs., Jan 19 at the Doubletree Hotel, 1175 W Route 66 in Flagstaff to kick off “The Year of the Elephant Stampede”. Prizes for the most patriotically dressed. Wear red, white and blue. Raffle prizes include cash, jewelry, elephants and surprise goodies to inaugural souvenirs. RSVP deadline is Sun., Jan 15 to guarantee a seat. $17 members, $20 non-members, $5 non-lunch attendees. RSVP to or Joan Harris 298-226-0502.

Briefs Sent Identical Questions to the three AZGOP Chairman candidates. Their answers will be posted every day until the Jan 28 Mandatory Meeting election. Question #8: Why do you want to be the AZGOP Chairman?

JIM O’CONNOR: I have offered to serve our Republican Precinct Committeemen as Chairman.  After 5 months of meeting fellow PCs across the state, they have shared with me their many unmet needs for tools and resources.  Specifically, they are requesting AZGOP assistance with costly communication and technology assets.  I believe these needs should be met to aid our PCs in our quest to get Republicans elected. I have been an 11 year Republican activist in Arizona.  Thus, I fully understand what many serving in office have forgotten; that is, we live in a constitutional republic.  We have structured a representative government, wherein "we the people" elect fellow citizens to serve.  This public service is for a specific time period and is tasked with taking care of the business required at local, state, and federal levels of government.  Those "elected" work on our behalf, and are charged with listening to their constituents on items and issues important to us.  When we find our representatives not responding to our needs, we have the option to either "recall" or replace them.That being the case, I hold to the idea that as political party leadership, we are tasked with holding our elected officials accountable.  This opinion is in contrast to others within our Party, who as Chairman, would acquiesce to powerful elected officials.  That framework will divide and diminish the roles of active PCs.  This is destructive and must not continue. Our PCs throughout Arizona need to know the truth -- and I am here to give it to you.

FRANK THORWALD: Running for any office has never been something that I desire.  However, in saying that, I feel a duty and a responsibility to my country and my party to do whatever I can as I have done for almost 40 years – to help elect Republicans to office.  I started working for Ronald Reagan’s campaign because I saw the damage that President Carter and the Democratic Party had done to the nation. I wanted to do my bit to help make America great again, which is by the way Ronald Reagan’s campaign slogan from 1980, as well as Donald Trump’s.  I have always preferred working behind the scenes for the party in the many capacities I have served over the years. My vast experience and skills far exceed those of the other candidates in all areas. I believe this position is going to require vast experience to bring together the factions of the party and to grow the party and to enlarge the party’s financial resources.

JONATHAN LINES: I love our state, and I love our country. And I believe that our conservative philosophy, as embodied in the Republican party platform, will bring about the greatest prosperity and best results for our nation. This is what drove me to join the Republican party, what motivated me to walk precincts for Ronald Reagan in 1980, and to dedicate years of my life and countless hours in service to our party. So given my core belief that the conservative approach represents the best way forward for our country, I am committed to doing everything that I can do to further the goals and objectives of the Republican party. In my life, that has meant serving as a Precinct Committeeman, as a County Party Chairman, and as the Treasurer of the Arizona GOP. As we all celebrated the election of Donald J Trump as our next President, I was eager to continue my service to our party as effectively as possible. I believe that I now have the background and experience needed to grow our party even more, to elect even more Republicans to local, county, state and Federal office. And I believe that my time spent as a business man, a Republican activist and a County Chairman, I can best serve our party and movement as the Chairman of the Arizona GOP. As chairman, I will never forget who I work for: the PCs who form the backbone of our party. I will work tirelessly to make sure they have the resources they need to elect more Republicans across our state. I’ll grow our overall number of PCs, to strengthen the grassroots and identify the next generation of leadership. I’ll make voter registration a priority, and reach out to every community in Arizona, including those that have not always been associated with our party. I believe in our party, and I believe in our grassroots activists…I’m looking forward to working for you.

Briefs Sent MCRC Chairman Candidates identical questions so you can get to acquainted with both candidates. Candidates are limited to 300 words for their response. #5 How many PCs have you personally recruited and signed up the past two years?

Tristan Manos: I’ve recruited approx. 50 PCs in and around my LD (LD24), signing up approx. 10 (some names I remember, some otherwise, some maybe signing up eventually after I call it to their attention). When gathering signatures for my own PC Precinct Election (or, once, for a fellow PC in the hospital), I take the opportunity to proactively explain to fellow Republicans throughout the neighborhood what a PC is, how Republican PCs serve and represent Republicans (also asking for feedback about the GOP, in general), and promote opportunities for these Republicans to play a more active role in the Republican Party, extending invitations to exchange contact info, visiting the LD on the Internet, attending LD meetings, communicating with the LD, and so on. Here’s some interesting MCRC PC stats (#s approx.): for the 20 LDs in the MCRC, of the 6,375 PC quota, there’s 2,700 PCs active, making for 43%. In my own Precinct, there’s a quota of 6 PCs, 4 active, 3 of whom, including myself, I signed up, for 66%. In my opponent’s LD -- where he was Chairman, 1st VC, and 2nd VC -- the following stats being approx.: of the 380 PC quota, there’s only 80 PCs active, making for only 21%. Also, in almost 1/3 of that LD’s Precincts, there’s 0 PCs. As for his own Precinct, of the 17 PC quota, there’s only 3 PCs, for 18%. As we see, we must work on driving up the PC ranks. I’d like to take this opportunity to compliment the LDs at or above 50% PC membership (in numerical order, by LD): LDs 1, 12, 17, 23, 28, 30. Good going. Within striking distance, LDs 13, 18, 24, 25. We’d like to see even more in LDs 4, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 29.

CHRIS HERRING: No answer at post time.

MCRC candidates for the Jan 14 Mandatory meeting election of officers, according to MCRC Nominating Committee Chairman Raymond Jones:

·         Chairman: Chris Herring  ChrisHerringAZ  and Tristan Manos   tristanmanosmcrc1

·         1st Vice Chairman:  Aaron Flannery

·         Secretary:  Cindy Casaus

·         Treasurer:  Wesley W. Harris


Arizona GOP Candidates for the January 28 Statutory Meeting election of officers (two year terms).  Candidates are:

·         Chairman – Jim O’Connor, Jim O'Connor  &  (Slate:  Sec Gabby Saucedo-Mercer and Treasurer Bob Lettieri.)

·         Jonathan Lines  Jonathan-Lines  (Slate - Sec: Cindy Coleman and Treasurer Eric Morgan.)

·         Frank Thorwald  Frank-Thorwald- (no slate)

·         Secretary Gabby Mercer   Gabriela_Saucedo_Mercer , Cindy Coleman  and Marla Festenese.

·         Treasurer – Bob Lettieri   Wes Harris  Bill Beard and Eric Morgan.

Arizona Project Chairman Ron Ludders: You may have heard that US Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer announced that the Senate Democrats will filibuster (or stop) President Trump's Supreme Court nominees so that they cannot receive the needed 60 votes needed to confirm.  By the way, the Constitution does not require 60 votes as you may have heard from Schumer.  To confirm a nominee, all that is needed is 51% of those voting, not 51 Senators.  The Senate rules require 60 votes! These rules can be changed by a majority vote of the Senate.  This is the so-called Nuclear option.

It's time to call Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and tell him to invoke the Nuclear option when it comes to

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Editor’s Note: Candidate announcements or statements are limited to 300 words. If longer, they will be edited to conform to policy.

Republican Group Leaders: If your event announcement is not posted within 24 hours from the time you submitted it - Briefs did NOT receive it. Please resend it to either or – Editor Frosty Taylor

Rustin Pearce's Speech: Integrity In PC Elections LD25 PC elections. Pearce wants your stories about fraud, proxy abuse, ghost PCs and those being blocked. Send stories to Pearce at He wants specifics, including identification/names of those involved.

A Tribute Honoring long-time Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his wife Ava is scheduled at 6 pm., Jan 13 at the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 with Master of Ceremonies KFYI radio personality Mike Broomhead. Extended Hands Food Bank is organizing the event with profits going the Extended Hands Food Bank. Speakers line-up and entertainment arranged by the Fountain Hills Republican Club.  Tickets $50 each. Tickets.  Advance tickets only, no sales at the door. Contact : The Reverend David Iverson,  480-837-0303  or   Reservations: To sit with specific others, after making reservations, send text to Iverson at 480-200-0115.More info: tribute-dinner-for-sheriff-joe-arpaio-and-ava or arpaio-tribute-dinner

The Mandatory Meeting for all Maricopa County Republican Precinct Committeemen will be held on Sat, Jan 14, 2017 at the El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ 85008. Credentialing opens at 9 am and closes at 10:30am.

The AZGOP Mandatory Meeting for all Arizona Republican State Committeemen is scheduled for Sat., Jan 28, 2017 at the Church of the Nations at 6225 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012.

The Maricopa County Republican Statutory Meeting is scheduled Jan 14, 2017 at the El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008, not the Polly Rosenbaum Building, as originally announced. Contrary to reports, the Shriner’s auditorium has NOT been renamed the Polly Rosenbaum Building. They are located on the opposite sides of metropolitan Phoenix, so be sure you are heading for the Shriner’s Auditorium. You don’t want to arrive late for credentials registration.

The AZGOP Chairman's Awards Dinner 2017 is scheduled at 6 pm., (reception at 5:30 pm.) Fri., Jan 27 at the downtown Phoenix Hyatt Regency Hotel, 122 N 2nd St. in Phoenix. Live entertainment. $60 per person for $500 per table. Tickets at 602-957-7770.

The Fountain Hills Republican Club Nominating Committee, consisting of Chairman Tait Elkie, Chris Brant and Jay Schlum, is seeking volunteers to serve in the elected officer positions for 2017-18.  The open positions include President, 1st Vice President (Program Chair), 2nd Vice President (Membership Chair), 3rd Vice President (Events Chair), Secretary, and Treasurer.  Those interested in serving or nominating someone should contact Tait  Only paid members in attendance can vote on the new offices. No proxies. Mail dues to FH Republican Club, P.O. Box 17814, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269-7814.  Membership application available for download at

170106-1430 AZRRT Pre-Season Activity, By Jose Borrajero    Please include proper credit when reproducing all or any part of this material. Distribution:  Please forward this to all like-minded individuals in your contact list. Make sure to remove e mail addresses and use only the Bcc: line to forward message.

The 2017 session will not officially open until Monday, but already there are 44 House bills and 31 Senate bills introduced, for a total of 75. We are tracking 9 of those bills and have a preliminary opinion. As always, we rely on you the people to let us know which bills to track and how to respond to them. If you do not provide that information, then do not be surprised if we miss bills that interest you and/or suggest actions without considering your input.

In the days ahead there will be a lot of activity and we will be providing some very valuable information. In the meantime you may want to download and check out four important articles:

1. How to send e-mails to all legislators the easy way: E-MAIL LEGISLATORS

2. How a bill becomes a law – short version: BILL TO LAW - BASIC

3. How a bill becomes a law – detailed version: BILL TO LAW - ADVANCED

4. List of all bills already introduced: BILLS-2017

The following chart contains the bills we are tracking, including the legislators that introduced them and our opinion. Please e-mail legislators using the method described in #1 above. Give your opinion, which, as usual, may agree or disagree with ours. As of today, ALIS/RTS is not available to render committee hearing opinions.


school district tax levy; retention




bonds; levy; net of cash




newspapers; public notices; publication




bonds; disclosure; notice




community college bonds; voter approval




state education board; membership; superintendents




repeal 1998 proposition 105




public records; unduly burdensome requests




state education board; membership; superintendents.




JAN 10

Coconino County Republican Committee Chairman Jeff Oravits speak to the Mingus Mountain Republicans Club at 11 am., Tues., Jan 10. All Verde Valley Republicans are welcome to attend. Contact:

The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Jan 10 in the Arizona Rm at Sun lakes Country Club, 25601 S Sun Lakes Blvd in Sun Lakes with House Speaker Rep JD Mesnard and VTechnik Corp CEO Jim Woolery to discuss “Polling and Elections: Where Do We From Here?”. Contact Mike Tennant 480-802-0178.

The Arizona Corporation Commission will meet at 10 am., Tues., Jan 10 and Wed., Jan 11 in Hearing Room One, 1200 West Washington Street, 1st Floor in Phoenix.

ASU Students At The Walter Cronkite School Of Journalism and Mass Communication are airing Hooked Rx: From Prescription to Addiction - a special investigative report on Arizona’s alarming rise in prescription opioid abuse, on every broadcast TV station and most radio outlets across Arizona on Jan 10 beginning at 5pm in Spanish and 6:30pm in English. More information

JAN 11

LD17 PC Training will be offered at 6 pm., Wed., Jan 11 in the  Student Conference Rm.102 at Tri-City Baptist Church 2211 W. Germann Rd. Chandler, AZ . Contact: Chairman Bert Moll

LD's 12, 16, 17, 18, 23, 25 & 26 are conducting a combined meeting at 7 pm., Wed., Jan 11 at the Tri-City Baptist Church, main building's sanctuary, 2211 W. Germann Rd., Chandler, AZ 85286 to hear from candidates for the Maricopa County Republican Committee and Arizona State Republican Party Governing Board. Volunteers are needed at 6:30 to greet guests. Contact: LD17 Chairman Bill Moll.

Grassroots Patriots Will Meet at the IHOP Restaurant, 6601 W Peoria Ave in Glendale instead of Denny’s restaurant on Jan 11. Order food at 6 pm., mtg at 6:30 pm. Grassroots Tea Party Activists Scheduled speakers:

  • Jan 11 - Southwestern Regional Coordinator Heritage for America Nathan Duel.
  • Jan 18 - Activist Nohl Rosen speaking on helping Police officers.
  • Jan 25 – LD13 Rep Darin Mitchell addressing new plans for Arizona

JAN 12

The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) is hosting the Thurs., Jan 12 “PC Day at the Capitol.” Lunch will be provided on the lawn in front of the Senate Building from 10am -2pm.

The ASU College Republicans will meet at 6:30 pm., Thur., Jan 12 at BAC324 to discuss their acitivities for the spring semester, reflect on last semester and activism. RSVP:

Jan 14

The Maricopa County Republican Statutory Meeting is scheduled Jan 14, 2017 at the El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008, not the Polly Rosenbaum Building, as originally announced. Contrary to reports, the Shriner’s auditorium has NOT been renamed the Polly Rosenbaum Building. They are located on the opposite sides of metropolitan Phoenix, so be sure you are heading for the Shriner’s Auditorium. You don’t want to arrive late for credentials registration.

LD22 will not conduct a regular meeting in January. Instead, they will all convene at the Maricopa Statutory Meeting on Sat, Jan 14, 2017 at the El Zaribah Shrine at 552 N. 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008, according to Rae Chornenky, LD22 Chairwoman:

JAN 17

The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm, Tues., Jan 17 in the Palo Verde Rm of the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 WRH Johnson Blvd in Sun City. AZGOP Chairman candidate Jim O’Connor is scheduled to speak. Raffle prizes include Trump toasting glasses and a conservative based book. The group meets the first and third Tuesday of the month.


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· Does Trump-Know-Draining-Swamp-Will-Be Opposed-By Republicans-Right-Along-Democrats

· New Report Calls For Increased Monitoring Of US Drinking Water Supplies

· House Democrats Announce Staff Changes

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· A View For The New Year

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· State Board Of Education Ignores Governor, Parents, And Own Policy; Rubber Stamps Common Core For Another 7 Years

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· Duke Pesta On Common Core – Six Years Later


· I-Want-Obama-To-Stay-Around-When-He-Leaves-Office We Can Not Forget That Obama Is A Dishonest Lout And Race-Baiter With A Failed Record.


· The Criminal Arrogance Of Hillary Clinton

· Bill-Whittle-Explains-The-Real-History-Of-The-Democratic-Party


· Trump-Has-Islamic-Clerics-Wetting-Their-Pants

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· A Massachusetts Sheriff Is Offering President-Elect Trump His Inmates To Build The Proposed Wall Along The Mexican Border


· Liberal Journalist Admits Media Is Lying To Make Trump Look Bad


· The Chicago Hate Crime Liberals Deny As Black Teens Torture A White Kid For Days


· Pelosi Denounces ‘Accomplices’ In Media For Reporting On Wikileaks Emails [VIDEO]


· Mainstream Media Ignoring The Fort Lauderdale Terrorist’s Ties To ISIS And Islam.


· Why Did DNC Force FBI To Use A Report They Paid For In Hacking Investigation?


· House Democrats To Challenge Trump’s Electoral College Win

· Snowflakes Want White Philosophers Removed From Curriculum

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· Assange: Obama-Administration-Destroying-Public-Records-Now