Tuesday, February 28, 2017

2-28-17 Briefs

Republican Briefs

Editor Frosty Taylor       Web Master John Strasser

President Donald J. Trump will deliver his first address to a Joint Session of Congress (both House and Senate) at 9 pm, Tues., Feb 28 in the US Capitol House Chamber, also known as the "Hall of the House of Representatives.” Trump is keeping the tradition of previous Presidents by delivering a formal address to a Joint Session of Congress during his inaugural year, and will deliver his first State of the Union address in 2018. The President will deliver his speech from the Speaker’s rostrum. The address will be streamed live at Follow along live on Twitter @WhiteHouse and @POTUS for real-time information before, during and after the speech. The speech will also be live streamed at

LD17 PC Whitney Lawrence is Phoenix City Council candidate Chris DeRose’s campaign manager. She can use some help with precinct walks or making calls from home. Walks will meet at 9 am the next two Saturdays at Fry’s Grocery Store, 14th Street/Bell Road. Volunteer callers can contract her at 480-381-3868 or See DeRose’s campaign website at

Liberal Organizations Manipulating Townhall Meetings President Trump recently came under fire for tweeting that many of the angry crowds at town hall meetings were made up of progressive activists. He tweeted…

The Maricopa County Republican Committee is looking for five donors for each legislative district to donate $10 per month to the MCRC for it’s “Keep it Red” campaign. To participate go to

Graham County Gop-Celebrates-A-Successful 2016 Graham County Republicans recognized the efforts of the party faithful during the annual Lincoln Day luncheon at Eastern Arizona Co… Read more

Dr. Jackie Elliott, president of Central Arizona College (CAC) has scheduled a series of community forums in April. The forums are designed to provide community members with an opportunity to hear about CAC’s vision for the future and the role CAC plays in serving Pinal County communities. Forums are scheduled:

·         Wed, April 5 (4:30 – 6pm) Signal Peak Campus – Room M101, 8470 N. Overfield Road, Coolidge, AZ 85128

·         Mon, April 10 (10 am-noon) SaddleBrooke Republican Club, Ballroom West,  38759 S. Mountain View Blvd., SaddleBrooke, AZ 85739

·         Mon, April 17 (4:30-6 pm) Maricopa Campus – Room A101, 17945 N. Regent Drive, Maricopa, AZ 85138

·         Tues, April 18 (4:30- 6 pm) Aravaipa Campus – Cafeteria, 80440 E. Aravaipa Road , Winkelman, AZ 85192

·         Wed, April 19 (4:30 – 6 pm) San Tan Campus - Room A101, 3736 E. Bella Vista Road, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143

·         Thurs, April 20 (4:40-6 pm) Superstition Mountain Campus – Room F115, 805 S. Idaho Road, Apache Junction, AZ 85119.

PC Jose Borrrajero provides the latest status of Arizona legislative bills at or you can visit

LD17 will meet at 7 pm., Tues., Feb 28 with AZGOP Executive Director Avinash Iragavarapu in the Tri-City Baptist Church Seminary Bldg, Heritage Chapel, Rm 140, 2211 W. Germann Rd., Chandler, AZ 85286. He will address election results in LD17, changing demographics and voter trends. Sen Steven Yarbrough will give a legislative update.

UPDATE: Rock Slides Cleared From Road To Mt. Lemmon Road crews cleared two rock slides on Catalina Highway - one at mile 13.5 and one at mile 18 - according to a news release. Full Story >>

Flake returns to Gila Valley, praises local support Republicans from all over the state converged on Eastern Arizona College on Monday to welcome U.S. Se… Read more

Alan Korwin, Author and 2nd Amendment expert, will address the Sun Lakes Republican Club in March. See flyer at  March 2017 SLGOP Flyer

Pacific Storm To Unleash Valley Rain, Mountain Snow A rather potent Pacific weather system will barrel through the state during the next 48 hours. Showers are possible in the Valley starting Monday afternoon and continuing into Tuesday. Read full article »

LD17 Needs Volunteers Republicans to register voters at it’s 2017 Ostrich Festival Booth scheduled March 10-12. To sign up contact 3rd Vice Chair Farhana Ahmed at

Tom Tancredo: The Big News This Week seems to be that the Mexican government is not happy with President Trump’s border control plans. That headline comes on the heels of the news that the sun is hot. Imagine that! Mexico is not happy that President Trump appears to be serious about building a border wall and halting the cross-border human traffic. The improvements in border security promised in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 as a trade-off for the general amnesty never happened, and illegal border crossings have trended upwards again after a brief decline connected to the 2008-10 recession. Apprehensions of illegal border jumpers on the southwest border have increased every year but one since 2010, and increased 23 percent from 2015 to 2016. Because of the relative ease of crossing the border and Mexico’s liberal definition of Mexican citizenship, we have the situation recently described by author Ann Coulter, who discovered that persons of Mexican origin now residing in the United States — legal and illegal– are equal in number to over 25 percent of the 130 million population of Mexico. The Rest Of The Article.

Arizona Town Crier Jim Ely: Years ago when I was on a bylaws committee, Webb Crockett was the chair, we came up some changes to the bylaws that the state chair didn’t like so he cancelled the committee.  Here is one of the things he didn’t like: The executive committee of the state committee's shall consist of the state party chairman, the national committeeman and committeewoman, the chairman from each county, and the chairmen of the standing committees. The executive committee is to elect its own chairman. The executive committee shall approve the annual budget and review and oversee and counsel the state chairman on all programs relating to the state party. The executive committee shall meet monthly during elections years and quarterly during non-election years. In most major corporations the CEO is NOT the Chairman of the Board!  Power corrupts!  Absolute power corrupts absolutely!  Look what’s happening now with the new secretary of the state party trying to obtain past records!  When one person has political power over thousands of members, dictatorship can prevail!  This is your chance to exercise some leadership in the state party.  Your chance to, collectively, have your say and that of the PCs under your purview a say in state politics, and hold the state chair accountable for Republican values.  It is understood that some or all of the chair have been contacted for membership on the bylaws committee.  When the chair of a committee is hand-picked by the state chair, one can pretty well expect the bylaws chair not to disappoint the state chair.  Or, if not, the state chair could cancel the committee like happened to me since the bylaws committee is not stipulated in the bylaws.  I encourage everyone to read the AZ GOP bylaws, and if any chair has not been contacted, insist on membership on the committee! I, and a number of others with whom I’ve contacted, would appreciate some feed back from any or all of you. Contact: Jim Ehl Ely is as former LD2 Chairman.

Registrations Are Open for the Arizona Game and Fish Department/Wildlife for Tomorrow Summer Camp for 8-13 year olds interested in wildlife adventures including hands-on science experiments, fishing, kayaking, archery, air rifles, wildlife encounters. Sessions are scheduled from 7:30 am-3:15 pm, June 12-15 and June 19-22 at the department’s Hirsch Conservation Area located on the grounds of the Ben Avery Shooting Facility (northwest corner of Carefree Highway and I-17). The fee is $225 per session per child. To register, visit and click on the “Wildlife & Outdoor Recreation Summer Camp” link. You can register and pay online or download a registration packet. For more information, call (602) 501-4788 or e-mail

Darcy Olsen, CEO Goldwater Institute: Last year, the City of Chicago adopted an ordinance intended to intimidate homeowners who share their property with guests through home-sharing online applications like Airbnb and Homeaway. The new Chicago law violated the constitutional rights of property owners by authorizing city inspectors to enter such homes at any time without a warrant and even demand a guest’s personal information without a warrant or good cause.
The Goldwater Institute partnered with the Liberty Justice Center of Illinois to challenge this assault on the property rights of Chicago homeowners. Chicago is just latest in a growing number of American cities from San Francisco to New York that have become increasingly hostile to the rights of homeowners to invite guests to share their homes. Our lawsuit enforces the constitutional principle that freedom includes the right to use private property. Today, I want you to know our lawsuit has prompted Chicago to recognize some of the rights of homeowners protected by the Constitution. The City Council recently amended its home-sharing ordinance to drop the requirement that homeowners turn over their guests’ personal information to the city without a warrant. This change is an important step in the right direction. But Chicago’s home-sharing ordinance continues to be one of the most intrusive for property owners in the city’s history. So key aspects of our lawsuit will continue so we can protect the rights of Chicago homeowners. See lawsuit,
Mendez v. Chicago, here. If you would like to support our work defending property rights donations here.

Jack Levine Explains How The Corrupt AZ State Bar Needs To Be Reformed Our Lawyer Disciplinary System – Is It Again Time For A Change? -- In 2011, in response to a lack of uniformity in the way our disciplinary system functioned, the Arizona Supreme Court adopted substantial changes which removed decision-making from the State Bar as to which disciplinary complaints should be pursued and, instead created the Attorney Discipline Probable Cause Committee. In addition, the Court did away with three-member, lawyer hearing panels, which previously decided disciplinary complaints and, substituted in its place, the Office of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge, which heard evidence and decided all disciplinary cases against lawyers.

Arrowhead Republican Women are sponsoring a Victory Celebration Picnic between noon and 4 pm., Sat., April 29 in Beardsley Park in Sun City West. $10 per person. All attendees must pay. County, state and national political officers will speak. Candidates running for office are invited to bring their own tables and chairs for set up. Vendors will be present. Raffle baskets available, worth more than $100 each.  The door prize is a summer golf membership at Briarwood Country Club, 20800 136th Ave., in Sun City West. No advance tickets. No reservations required. All Republicans welcome. Contact Jan Martinson 623-546-3753.

Sun City West Republicans will hear from Robert Michael, who will explain Common Core in laymen’s term, at 8:30 am., Sat., March 4 in the Quail Room of the Sun City West Foundation Buildikng. 8 am – coffeedonuts. $2 donation to help with room rental expenses.

The Maricopa Golf Classic Tournament – supporting the 100 Club (families of fallen police/firefighters, Dogs for Vets and the City of Maricopa Veterans Relief fund is scheduled at 7:30 am., April 15 at the Duke at Rancho ElDorado, 42660 Ranch El Dorado Pkwy in Maricopa. Registration at 6:30 am. Contact Chairman Marty Hermanson at or 480-518-9800 or see

Goldwater Executive Vice President Christina Sandefur: Last week, the Arizona House unanimously passed HB 2382, which safeguards the free speech rights of those in the medical field to share truthful research and information about FDA-approved medicines. Now the Arizona Senate has an opportunity to expand the number of treatment options in doctors’ toolkits, enhance patients’ medical autonomy, and increase access to healthcare. Arizona is poised to be the first state in the country to empower patients and protect this fundamental speech right more broadly than the federal government. Today, about one in five prescriptions are “off-label,” meaning the medicine is FDA-approved, but it is prescribed for a different use or dosage. Surprisingly, while doctors can legally prescribe off-label, federal law prohibits pharmaceutical companies from sharing information about off-label uses with doctors. As a result, doctors and patients may be unaware of alternative treatment options lawfully available them; and, even if they are aware, the information can be outdated or inaccurate. The off-label use of cancer drugs is even more common. A recent study found that, among the 10 most-often prescribed cancer drugs in 2010, about 30 percent of those treatments were prescribed off-label. Yet companies face criminal penalties and too often are criminally prosecuted for simply communicating to doctors valuable information about lawful off-label uses for treatments. Curbing the exchange of information about off-label treatments by those with the most knowledge about the drug’s uses, risks, and side effects not only prevents patients from receiving the best possible care; it violates the constitutional right to free speech. But a new bill working its way through the Arizona legislature with broad bipartisan support promises to change all of that. Although immeasurable in its impact on doctors and patients, HB 2382 is a relatively modest reform. The bill isn’t a license to be reckless. It only protects truthful promotion, meaning information that is “not misleading, not contrary to fact, and consistent with generally accepted scientific principles.” And HB 2382 only applies to communication between pharmaceutical manufacturers and licensed professionals. In other words, the bill does not permit pharmaceutical manufacturers to advertise off-label uses directly to the public. With HB 2382, Arizona can lead the way in protecting free speech in medicine. When doctors are fully informed about the lawful treatment options available to them, they can best serve their patients’ individual needs.

Riders USA Is hosting the "Trump & Spirit Of America" support march/rally scheduled between noon and 3 pm March 4 at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 Washington in Phoenix. Participants are asked to bring flags and patriotic signs to show unity and support for this country. Tim Horn will serve as the Master of Ceremonies, Pastor C.T. Wright will give the invocation/blessing, and Ms Senior Arizona Sharon Friendly will sing. Speakers include Sen Steve Smith, Rep Phil Lovas, Maricopa County Treasurer Royce Flora, Sheriff Richard Mack, Joanne Selena Lopez Cervantz, Mark Spencer of Judicial Watch, Mary Ann Mendoza, Sheriff Paul Babeu, AZGOP Secretary Gabby Mercer; Arizona Republican National Committeewoman Lori Klein, former Sen Russell Pearce, Vietnam War Veteran Mark DeMastro, State Treasurer Jeff DeWit, Rep Anthony Kern, Gary Lvov, Pastor Elisheyah McKinley, Wiccan Widow Gold Star Wife Roberta Stewart and CEO Texas Team Trump Tania Vojvodic.  Official Site's: Official Facebook page: events Official GoFundMe page: spirit rally Caution: If you receive requests for donations from any other group, please decline. Arizona is funding its own event. Volunteers should be at the Capitol between 9:30-10 am. Bring your lawn chairs, any snacks for the day. Bottled water will be available for $1. Contact: Vera Anderson, Spirit of America Rally for Trump

Arrowhead Republican Women will participate in the “Spirit of America Trump Rally” between noon and 3 pm.,Sat., March 4 at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W Washington in Phoenix to support for President Donald J Trump and unity for our nation. Bring flags, patriotic signs, and friends. Contact: Arizona event coordinator, Vera Anderson, at Or go to

The Arizona Game and Fish Department has scheduled six public forums to meet with constituents about developing the 2017 fall hunt recommendations for deer, bighorn sheep, turkey, javelina, bison, bear, mountain lion, and small game animals. AzGFD annually makes recommendations to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission regarding the management of game species for the annual hunting and trapping regulations, which establish the seasons, dates, bag limits, open areas, and hunt permit-tag allocations based on the framework of the hunt guidelines set by the commission every two years.  The meetings will be conducted from 6 to 8 p.m. at these Game and Fish regional offices:

Tuesday, Feb. 28: Flagstaff, 3500 S. Lake Mary Road

Thursday, March 2: Pinetop, 2878 E. White Mountain Blvd.

Thursday, March 2: Mesa, 7200 E. University Drive

Thursday, March 2: Yuma, 9140 E. 28th St.

Monday, March 6: Tucson, 555 N. Greasewood Road​​​​​​​

The final proposed draft hunt recommendations will be made available for public review at several regional open houses and posted on the department’s website at in late March. The final fall hunt recommendations will be presented to the commission for consideration at its April 8 meeting in Phoenix. See hunt recommendations and hunt guidelines processes, visit

The “Salute A Soldier 5K Run or 1 Mile Walkhonoring wounded heroes is scheduled at 9 am. Sat. March 11 in Freestone Park, 1045 E Juniper Road in Gilbert. Register now and pickup your packet at 8am the day of the race, according to coordinator Kathy Pearce. $40 - 5K RUN/$30 - 5K Run for Military or $25 for 1 Mile Walk . Register: salute-a-soldier-5k-run-1-mile-walk-2017?   or you can visit our website Register early and receive a $15 discount on the 5K by using code SAS15– good until January 22nd, 2017. Military use MIL10 for $5 off until March 9. Kathy Pearce or Mail to: AZ Heroes to Hometowns P. O. BOX 31646, Mesa, AZ 85275.

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170227-1100 - AZRRT Call To Action By Jose Borrajero NOTE: AZRRT generally ignores bills dealing with 2nd amendment issues because the AZCDL does such a great job with those issues. But these are extremely important issues, so please make sure you go to and sign up for their alerts and reports. Better yet, become a member of AZCDL.

· Upcoming action on bills we are tracking. It is impossible for most people to respond to all of them. Simply choose those bills that are most important to you and phone or email with your “yes” or “no” opinion, depending on your wishes.

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The Fountain Hills Republican Club's "GOP Social" opens at 6 pm, Tues., Feb 28 in the Fireside Grill inside the Lexington Hotel, 12800 N Saguaro Blvd, FH 85268.  This is a social event.  NO Speeches, no reservations, no host bar/drinks (with optional food). Everyone is welcome. Everyone is welcome.  GOP Socials are held the 4th Tuesday of each month. Contact: Boe James at or visit

LD17 Will Meet at 7 pm, Tues., Feb 28 with AZGOP Executive Director Avinash Iragavarapu at Tri-City Baptist Church (Heritage Chapel, Rm 140), 2211 W. Germann Road in Chandler. LD17 normally meets the 4th Tuesday of the month in the Seminary Building.

March 1

Coconino Republican Precinct Committeemen will conduct their first-quarter 2017 meeting at 11 am., Wed., March 1 at Salsa Brava, 2220 E Route 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86004. RSVP to Jeff at or call 928/606-1028.

March 2

The Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm.,Thur., March 2 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. Contact:

The Mesa Republican Women will meet at 11:30 am., Thurs., March 2 to hear Dr. Craig Idso, founder, former President and current Chairman of the Board of the Center For The Study Of Carbon Dioxide And Global Change. The Center sharply disputes the consensus scientific opinion on climate change and believes that global warming will be beneficial to mankind, according to Sherry Pierce, president. RSVP required by Sun evening, Feb 26 to (480) 615-0524 or The group meets at 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa 85213. (NW corner of University Drive/Gilbert Road; Riviera Plaza). Lunch is $10 for members and $12 for visitors/guests. Visitors/guests are asked to pay membership fees after they've attended 2 meetings without being a member. $25/year (Jan-Dec) for full membership and $15 for Associate Members (for men, or women who are members of another Republican Women's club). Contact Pierce at (480) 615-0524 or

March 4

LD22 Chair Rae Chornenky and PC KarenThomas: On Saturday, March 4, “Spirit of America Pro Trump Rallies” will be held across America, including here in Arizona!  We hope you will want to participate.  If so, get your signs, flags, etc. ready.  For more info, please go to spirit-america-conservative-grassroots-leaders-plan-massive-pro-trump-demonstrations-nationwide.

The Sun City West Republican Club will hold its' March 4 meeting in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd. Coffee and donuts available before the 8:30am start of the meeting. A $2 donation is requested for room rental. Speaker Robert Michael, who has done extensive work and research into America's educational system, will explain Common Core in layman's terms. All Republicans in SCW, Sun City, Surprise and all surrounding communities are invited to attend. Contact: Publicity chr Jean Goncalves 623-214-8010, or

The Paradise Republican Women will meet at the Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Dr in Scottsdale at 10 am, Sat., March 4 to hear a presentation by Dr Donald Critchlow, author of “Takeover: How the Left’s Quest for Social Justice Corrupted Liberalism.” 9:30 am social; 11 am brunch. $28 per person. Reservations required. RSVP Online & Pay at the Door.

Amphi School Board Representative Scott Leska will conduct a Town-Hall Meeting on Education at 12:30pm., Sat., March 4 in the Pima County Nanini Public Library, 7300 N. Shannon Road, Tucson AZ 85741. RSVP ( or just show up. 

Tempe Republican Women will be helping clean up Papago Park during the 7am-noon, March 4 Tempe Cares Volunteer Event. Parking will be at the heritage museum parking lot Just north of Curry on College). The community enrichment project will be held within LoPiano Mesquite Bosque, a 13-acre natural habitat along the north side of Loop 202 between College and Mill Avenue. Volunteers of all ages can serve in project areas including tree limb removal, trail maintenance, painting, and more. T-shirts and a complimentary breakfast will also be provided. For information clean up sign up Club volunteers are also asked to let President Jessica Merrow know at or 480-306-2545.

March 6

The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club will be wearing green when they meet for dinner on Mon, March 6 at the Millennium Resort Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85253-3548. Meet and Greet at 5:30 pm., 6 pm mtg, 6:20 dinner, 7 pm program. Spouses welcome. $35. Breanna Vales, director of Red Light Rebellion, and John R Raeder, Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family, are the speakers for the evening. Reservations required. RSVP by sending a check made out to “LRW” or bring Cash to Patricia Kaufman,7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250,480-368-2777or email her at

The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club will be wearing green when they meet for dinner on Mon, March 6 at the Millennium Resort Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85253-3548. Meet and Greet at 5:30 pm., 6 pm mtg, 6:20 dinner, 7 pm program. Spouses welcome. $35. Breanna Vales, director of Red Light Rebellion, and John R Raeder, Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family, are the speakers for the evening. Reservations required. RSVP by sending a check made out to “LRW” or bring Cash to Patricia Kaufman,7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250,480-368-2777or email her at


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Sen John McCain on Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary David Shulkin’s remarks yesterday at the Disabled American Veterans annual conference reiterating his support for eliminating the sunset date on the Veterans Choice Program and removing the 30-day, 40-mile rule so that all veterans have access to quality health care in their communities: “I applaud Secretary Shulkin for agreeing that we must provide our nation’s veterans increased access to care under the Veterans Choice Program. I have long supported removing the current 30-day, 40-mile rule, which has only served to limit veterans’ access to care in their communities. We must ensure that every veteran has flexibility and choice – no matter where they live or how long they have been waiting for care. Secretary Shulkin also stated he intends to hold employees at the VA accountable for wrongdoing and remove bad actors. To date, only one VA executive has been held responsible for the 2014 wait-time scandal. This is truly outrageous and I will continue working to ensure that we empower the VA Secretary with the authorities he needs. Lastly, Secretary Shulkin offered his support for eliminating the sunset date on the Veterans Choice Program while we negotiate what ‘Choice 2.0’ will encompass. Senate Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Johnny Isakson has also committed to making the Veterans Choice Program permanent. It is imperative that Congress take up the legislation I introduced last month with House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Phil Roe to eliminate the sunset date for this vital program so that veterans do not experience any gap in care. There is a long way to go to fully reform the VA, but I look forward to working with Secretary Shulkin, my colleagues in Congress, and President Trump to create the systemic change necessary to deliver the highest quality healthcare to our nation’s veterans.”


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· NY Times: Democrats Plotting "Total War" On Donald Trump

· Vast Majority Think Sanctuary Cities Are Wrong

· Mexico, Rejecting Trump’s Scheme, Will Only Accept Deportees Who Are Mexican Nationals

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· Arizona Sheriff Releasing 400 “Criminal Illegal Immigrants” Every 10 Days

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· White House Blocks Media Outlets From Informal Press Meeting…Liberals Forget About When Obama Did The Same Thing


· Disgusting: CNN Attacks Melania And Ivanka Trump For Being Thin And White


· Veep Mike Pence Rocks the House at CPAC 2017

· VP Mike Pence Helps Clean Up Vandalized Jewish Cemetery


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· Ohio Secretary of State Investigation Found Non-citizens Registered to Vote, Cast Illegal Ballots


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· Army Vet Facing Trial Because Of Obama, For Displaying American Flag


· Report: 38% Of American Colleges Have Bias Response Teams That Focus On Speech


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· Swedish Journalist Discusses The Rape Of Sweden

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· Iran Continues Military Drills During Tense Times