Saturday, February 24, 2018

2-24-18 Briefs

On Saturday, Billy Graham’s Casket will be transported via motorcade from Asheville to Charlotte, North Carolina. You can watch the motorcade and memorial ceremonies live online, and Graham’s funeral service will be streamed live next Friday, March 2. You can also watch around-the-clock footage of Graham’s life and ministry, including some of his most memorable Crusade messages. On Monday and Tuesday, members of the public can pay their respects as Graham lies in repose at the Graham Family Homeplace on the Graham Library grounds. Graham’s body will then be taken to Washington, D.C., where it will lie in honor inside the Capitol Rotunda—a rare distinction that has only been granted to four private citizens in the history of the United States. US-Presidents-Honor-Their-Pastor-And-Friend-Mr-Graham The Remarkable Story Behind The Casket - It Was Crafted by Prison Inmates Visit Billy Graham’s Memorial Website

Heading To Arizona’s High Country this weekend to ski, sled and have snowball fights? Make sure you leave prepared to spend extended time in winter conditions, and please don’t park along highways. Highway shoulders are for emergencies only. Along with the threat of another driver hitting your vehicle on a shoulder and the possibility that an emergency vehicle or snowplow will need to use the shoulder, consider the following if tempted to park along a highway to play in the snow.

     · ADOT plows can throw snow and ice up to 30 feet off roadways.

     · Other drivers may pull over as well to play in the snow, compounding the problem.

     · It’s much safer to re-enter highways from on-ramps and other designated entrances.

    ADOT has placed signs between mileposts 220-229 of US 180 northwest of Flagstaff warning drivers not to park on shoulders unless it’s an emergency.

    Heavy traffic around popular snow-play areas can lead to delays. For those seeking snow along US 180, it can take 90 minutes or longer to get back to Flagstaff at day’s end. Once in Flagstaff, those heading south on Interstate 17 can save time by following signs to the Interstate 40/Butler Avenue interchange, then driving west to I-17. Information on snow-play areas around Flagstaff is available at or 1.844.256.SNOW.

    Wherever you may be traveling this weekend in Arizona’s high country, prepare for the possibility of delays caused by crashes or heavy traffic. Pack an emergency kit with items like extra blankets, warm clothes, food and water, healthy snacks, cat litter or sand for traction, and a first-aid kit. Make sure your gas tank is at least three-quarters full and take along a fully charged cellphone.

    Prepare your vehicle as well by ensuring that your wipers, window defroster, headlights, taillights, brake lights and turn signals work. Visit for more tips on driving in winter weather. To stay up-to-date with the latest highway conditions around the state, visit the ADOT Traveler Information Center at or call 511. ADOT’s Twitter (@ArizonaDOT) and Facebook page (/AZDOT) are excellent sources of information and interaction. When a freeway closure or other major traffic event occurs, our free app available at will send critical information directly to app users in affected areas – where possible, in advance of alternate routes.

Travel Alert: Drivers who travel on part of State Route 88 (Apache Trail) east of Apache Junction should allow extra travel time and anticipate delays at times when pavement improvements start Monday, Feb. 26.The work will begin with the removal of old pavement along SR 88 in the Canyon Lake Marina and Tortilla Flat areas from midnight to 9 a.m. Monday followed by paving from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27, and Wednesday, Feb. 28, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Flagging crews and a pilot vehicle will be used to guide traffic through the work zone one direction at a time. A 10-foot vehicle-width restriction will be in place in the work zone.The milling operation to remove old pavement will resume from midnight to 9 a.m. Friday, March 2. Crews then plan to pave during daytime hours Monday through Thursday until late March. Milling work is scheduled for early morning hours on Fridays as crews continue working along SR 88 between mileposts 202 and 213.The paving is part of ADOT’s ongoing $6.5 million improvement project along the 11-mile stretch of the historic Apache Trail between Apache Junction and the Tortilla Flat area. The project is scheduled for completion by late summer.

The Chips N Salsa Radio Talk Show Conservative hosts George Ortiz and Alice Lara will welcome back Tonya Gruszynski of Life Choices Women’s Clinic on helping women stay pro-life. Catch the show live on Center Right Radio or Facebook at 4 pm., on Saturdays.

Oops. Yesterday Briefs errantly referred to Dennis Landis as the former LD13 Chair. Richard Landis is a former LD13 Chairman, not Dennis. - ft

Paul Gosar 2016Gila County Republican Party’s 18th Annual Lincoln Day Dinner features CD4 Congressman Dr Paul Gosar and two US Senate candidates Dr Kelli Ward and Sheriff Joe Arpaio at 6 pm., Fri., March 2 at the Mazatzal Hotel/Casino Ballroom, Hwy 87 at Mile Post 251 in Payson. 5 pm social hour with cash bar. Other elected officials and candidates will be there too. $50 per ticket. Order online at www.gilagop.colm or call Gary at (928) 478-8186 or Shirley (928) 951-6774.

The EPOD 6/official AZ Black History Month Event is scheduled between noon and 4 pm., at Sat., Feb 24 at East Lake Park from noon - 4pm. Family event. AAARC Chr Rev Clyde Bowen 602 309-6015.

Volunteers Are Needed to help run the Fountain Hills Republican Club and LD 23 booth during the three day Fountain Hills Great Fair (Fri, Feb 23- Sun Feb 25). Activities will include: voter registration; writing postcards to the troops; fun history quiz; political survey.  Candidates can gather petition signatures and "meet and greet".  Photos with "President Trump"! The 32 year fair includes over 500 artists and artisans from around the globe; The fair attracts over 200,000 people annually. Volunteers should contact FHRC 2nd VP, Membership Chairman Chris Brant More details:

Poll Observers/Volunteers Are Needed for the Tues., Feb 27 CD8 Special Election, please contact your District Chairman. Observers need prior approval by the county chairman. Each observer must have a signed authorization letter to present at the polls.

jeffrey pratherIf you want to know what’s really going on at the border, take a peak at Major Jeff Prather’s “CHASE, Terror on the Border” available at amazon Prather, of Tucson, served in Special Forces, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and on the border for decades with DEA.  Prather is a world class firearms instructor and martial arts master, author, speaker, chaplain, and ‘Fast and Furious’ whistleblower. He is also a frequent guest on the Chips & Salsa show on Saturdays. Contact Prather at 520-241-7690 or

When Vetting The Former AZ Legislative Candidates, go to afp-arizona-legislative-scorecards/ to see how Americans For Prosperity has ranked them over the years. – ft

LD17 could use some volunteers to help with their booth at the March 9, 10 and 11 Ostrich Festival in Chandler. Contact Anne Kirkham at 801-652-2999. Click here to sign up!

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AzCDL Legislative Update: This legislative session, AzCDL is working hard to ensure all of your concerns are being heard. There is more work to be done that will ensure your rights stay intact, and we are asking all of our passionate members for a contribution of $22.11 in support of HB2211, an AzCDL requested bill that would exempt firearms from a personal bankruptcy process. Financial support is an impactful way of determining how your government will work. We are pushing hard for pro-rights legislation and here are a few of the bills that we are supporting.
HB2172 would prohibit most Arizona colleges and universities from banning the possession of “nonlethal” weapons on campus.
HB2212 would eliminate the restriction that only Arizona peace officers cannot be prohibited from carrying firearms in Arizona.
HB2535 would remove the ability of the Department of Child Safety to adopt, implement or enforce a rule or policy that relates to the possession, transfer or storage of a firearm.
These are some bad bills that your support helped put to rest:
HB2140 would have required the confiscation of your firearms if a “mental health injunction” was filed against you.

HB2024, HCR 2001, and SCR1015 wanted to criminalize the private transfer of personal property (your firearm) unless the firearm is surrendered to an FFL and background checks are conducted.
HB2023 would have added bump stocks and similar devices to the definition of prohibited weapons.
We are working hard to kill bad bills and secure a favorable end result for the good ones. This is an ongoing journey, and we want to thank you for your continued support. Your
donation of $22.11 will aid in our support of pro-rights legislation and the future efforts of the Arizona Citizens Defense League. Thank you, -- Dave Kopp, President, Arizona Citizens Defense League

The Sun City West Republican Club is conducting Statewide Candidate Forums through June at 8:30 am in the Foundation Building, 14454 W RH Johnson in Sun City West: Scheduled so far –

     · March 3 – State Treasurer candidates JoAnn Sabbagh of Tucson and Sen KimberlyYee

     · April 7 – Secretary of State candidates Lori Klein Corbin and incumbent Michele Reagan.

     · June 22 – Arizona legislative candidates are welcome to gather signature or hand out literature. Only scheduled candidates will be given podium time.

Candidates wishing to participate in the forums are encouraged to send their bio and a photo to Clair Van Steenwyk at or call @ 623-322-9979

Grassroots Leadership Academy - Americans for Prosperity Foundation is offering Leadership Academy training sessions in Phoenix, according to Grassroots Director Leslie White. Each session runs from 6-9 pm, including a free dinner. Sessions are scheduled:

     · Feb 27- (Phoenix Field Office) – West Valley. Tickets: summit-tickets

     · March 2 - Mountain View Lutheran Church – East Valley. Tickets at summit-tickets

Contact White at (480) 290 – 2286.

Attention 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

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Notes From Readers

Opinions expressed by readers are not necessarily those of the Briefs. Commentary running over 400 words is subject to editing. – ft

marsha hill Activist Marsha Hill: Well, it is finally out in spite of many of us knowing for several years. Sick of it. Are we avoiding the elephant in the room?  Capital Hill has so much sexual corruption so do we need more? Of course, when people are first confronted with their sex actions, the first response is to cover their butts and deny. Quite the natural response. Clinton did it on national TV. By sending to DC someone with improprieties we are adding to the swamp and not helping to drain it. Don't we want candidates that are above reproach? I certainly do. The Az Capital all know of Montenegro's cheating, but of course don't make it public...isn't that nice? This is the third known woman. Personally, I feel really bad for his wife. Been there. My sympathies, Melissa. Do the right thing, Steve Montenegro LD13Steve Montenegro and get out of the race. Don't take more bad behavior to DC, it will only get worse. You supported the National Popular Vote agreement that CQ handed you and have been denying that also and it is in the record for all to see. It is obvious you have been in office too long now and have become a person of the swamp as much as McCain and Flake just at our state level, your training is complete. I pray the people of Arizona don't promote you to the Congress. We don't need more of the same in DC. You are now too well trained in untruth and obfuscation. Thou shalt not commit adultery. Thou shalt not bear false witness. You've been caught just in the nick of time.

Steven Slaton Chairman Navajo County Republican Committee response to Mingus Mountain Republican Club Chr Jim Spackman letter to AZGOP Chairman Jonathan Lines regarding Sens John McCain and Jeff Flake: Thank you to the Mingus Mountain Republican Club for your support to restrain these two rogue Senators. As we all know Chairman Lines is in the back pocket of McCain and Flake and proclaims to support President Trump but we all know he doesn’t. Chairman Lines doesn’t even follow the state statues or bylaws.  Chairman Lines as well supports AND RECIVES SUPPORT from Sylvia Allen, Senator Steve Smith who is trying to change the grading system for charter schools (SB1055 &1056) to get rid of her “F” grade for George Washington academy, which Senator Allen owns. The Senators are trying to keep the Funding for Allen’s Charter School! As well as pay for kids who do not show up for classes. Chairman Lines supports all candidates who use CQ Constantin Querard for campaign manager! Senator Steve Smith and Sylvia Allen are CQ clients. CQ is going around trying to promote the Nation Popular Vote ONCE AGAIN which is FUNDED by George Soros’ Open Society & The Joyce Foundation (former employee Barack Obama)!   This is disturbing at so many levels because he almost succeeded last year when over 78% of our Republican Representatives voted for as well A co-sponsorED the NPV he was advocating.  If our representatives can be swayed so easily by wining and dining them with progressive money, then we are in HUUUUUUGE trouble. Both Senator Smith, who is running for CD-1 and Allen are having their campaigns run by a progressive Republican who wants to get read of the Electoral College. 

Tempe Republican Women’S Club: Tempe's Prop 404 isn't an increase by $30,000,000! It's actually an increase by $156,591,369! Arizona Auditor General Report dated December 5, 2017:- "Permanent Base Adjustment Summary Analysis: Pursuant to the Arizona State Constitution, the City of Tempe (City) seeks voter approval to permanently adjust the expenditure base of the City as determined by the Economic Estimates Commission. If approved by the voters, the City's base expenditure limitation will be increased by $30,000,000, adjusted each future year for population and inflation growth since 1979-80. With voter approval, in 2018-19, the City's expenditure limitation will increase by $156,591,369, from $342,305,491 to $498,896,860. The City will utilize the additional expenditure authority for any local budgetary purposes including public safety (police and fire/medical rescue) expenditures; community services, parks and youth programs; community development projects; transit operations and maintenance; and pay-as-you-go capital financing. If approved, the additional authorized expenditures will be funded from state and local sources." Just one more example of the progressive socialist Tempe City Council misleading us so they can continue to increase our outrageous taxes and fees! About the bill:

     Proposition 404: Permanent Base Expenditure Adjustment - A strong economy has grown Tempe’s revenues over the last several years, but a state-imposed ceiling puts a cap on the amount municipalities can spend on their services, facilities and amenities. For the third time since the Arizona Legislature put the ceiling in place in 1980, Tempe must ask voters to raise the limit so the city can spend the revenue it brings in. Base adjustments do not raise sales or property tax rates. All annual expenditures still go through a public process and City Council approval. The General/Special Election is March 13. This is the first Tempe election that will be Ballot by Mail, which means that every registered voter will get a ballot in the mail. Ballots will be mailed Feb. 14. Voters who need a replacement ballot can request one through the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office until March 5; after March 5, replacement ballots are available at either of the two ballot centers in Tempe or at the Recorder’s Office. Voters can also drop off their voted ballots or vote at a ballot center. Ballots must be received by the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office or dropped off at a ballot center by 7 p.m. March 13. Maricopa County recommends that ballots be placed in the mail on or before March 7. Additional information is at Any information about the election, from voter registration to finding the results, can be found at or by calling 480-350-4311.

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Andy BiggsCongressman Andy Biggs: Today, U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy announced that the AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act would receive consideration for floor passage on Monday night. Congressman Biggs, the sponsor of this legislation:“Almost two years ago, 11-year-old Ashlynne Mike was abducted by a stranger, abused, and murdered. She died alone. Ashlynne might still be alive but for a gap in the original AMBER Alert legislation, which omitted the use of this program on tribal lands. This was an avoidable tragedy, but Congress has taken corrective action with the AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act. I'm extremely thankful for the commitment from Speaker Ryan, Leader McCarthy, Whip Scalise, and Chairman Goodlatte to bring this bipartisan bill to the House floor; and for Senator John McCain, who championed this in the Senate. I'm also grateful for the heroic advocacy from Ashlynne’s mother, Pamela Foster, without whom, this legislation would not have been a reality. I appreciate the efforts of many friends in Arizona to support this lifesaving policy, including Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. Each of these individuals - and many of my colleagues - understand that all children - regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, or birthplace - should be protected by the jurisdiction of the AMBER Alert system. I am hopeful for passage of this bill next week.”

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HB2330 - 1% property tax limit; GPLET

House Appropriations


Leach – Gives school districts money lost as a result of tax breaks for properties leased by stadiums and other enterprises.


HB2099 - state budget; estimates; notice.

All Representatives
House Third Reading


Leach – Encourages legislature to limit spending increases to the rate of population growth and inflation


HB2484 - local food tax; equality

All Representatives
House Third Reading


Shope – If a sales tax is to be imposed on food, all food should be taxed.


SB1444 - schools; American civics education

Senate Appropriations


Yee - Requires American civics education to be included in high school social studies standards prescribed by the SBE, among other requirements


SB1378 - schools; bonds; overrides; funding sources.

Senate Appropriations


Allen S. Transparency. Makes it more difficult for bond and override proponents to fool the voters


SB1088 - children; veterans; disabilities; tuition waivers

Senate Appropriations


Borrelli – We have all kinds of tuition breaks for various groups. None is more deserving than those who were disabled in the service of their country


SB1407 - appropriation; PSPRS; pension liability; Prescott

Senate Appropriations


Fann – Questionable merit. Did the Prescott PSPRC not include a death benefit funded by life insurance? If not, any request for tax payer money should accompany a requirement to do so. No such requirement in this bill.


SB1257 - state lottery distributions; family homelessness

Senate Appropriations


Allen, S. – Appropriates money from lottery to assist homeless


HB2126 - government property; abatement; slum; blight

House COW


Leach – Helps reduce crony corporate welfare



FEB 24

The LD10 GOP Town Hall will start at 8:30 am., Sat., Feb 24 for coffee and conversation with Rep Todd Clodfelter in the Eastside Victory Office, 9431 E 22nd St #167 in Tucson.

Yavapai County Republican Activist Sue Goodchild is hosting a ‘meet and greet’ luncheon for Secretary of State candidate Lori Klein Corbin at 11:30 am., Sat., Feb 24 at the Prescott Golf And Country Club Home Owners Assoc. Bldg., 1103 Old Chisholm Trail, Dewey, AZ. 86327. Klein-Corbin is Arizona’s Republican National Committeewoman. $15 per person. Limited seating. RSVP To Goodchild 636-7355 OR Also call Goodchild if interested in helping gather petition signatures for Lori to get on the ballot.

The Chips N Salsa Radio Talk Show Conservative hosts George Ortiz and Alice Lara will welcome back Tonya Gruszynski of Life Choices Women’s Clinic on helping women stay pro-life at 4 pm., Saturday.  Catch the show live on Center Right Radio      

Pima County Republicans will conduct a Town Hall with Rep Todd Clodfelter at 8:30 am, Sat., Feb 24 in the East Side Victory Office, 931 E 22nd St. in Tucson.

The EPOD 6/official AZ Black History Month Event is scheduled between noon and 4 pm., at Sat., Feb 24 at East Lake Park from noon - 4pm. Family event. AAARC Chr Rev Clyde Bowen 602 309-6015.

FEB 27

LD17 will meet wth Center for Arizona Policy CEO Cathi Herrod on Tues., Feb 27. Contact Bert Moll Chr at

The Americans for Prosperity Foundation is offering grassroots Leadership Academy training sessions at 6 pm., Feb 27 at the field office in the West Valley – includes free dinner. Tickets: summit-tickets Contact Leslie White at (480) 290 – 2286.

The Payson Tea Party meets at 6 pm., Feb 27 (each Tuesday) at Tiny's Restaurant in Payson. That organization also welcomes candidate speakers. Contact Darlene Younker at 858-395-1850.

Jim O'Connor, candidate for Corporation Commission, will visit the Yuma County Republicans on Tues., Feb 27.

FEB 28

LD4 and the Estrella Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Feb 28 at the Estrella Foothills H.S. 13033 S. Estrella Pkwy, with  State Treasurer candidates Kimberly Yee and Ann Sabbagh. Contact Chairman Dick Newcomer at 623-398-5638.

Jim O'Connor, candidate for Corporation Commission, will visit the Yuma County Republican Women on Wed., Feb 28.


Central Republican Women of Phoenix has changed venues and will meet Thursday evening, March 1st at Aunt Chilada's restaurant - 7330 N Dreamy Draw Dr. in Phoenix.  Social hour is 5:30 pm and meeting start is 6:15pm with Gene Kopelson, author of Reagan's 1968 Dress Rehearsal. $20 gets dinner and beverage as well as the company of Rockin' Republican women. RSVP to

Have “Coffee with Supervisor Bill Gates” at 8 am., March 1 at the HonorHealth Sonoran Health and Emergency Center -2nd Floor Sonoran Conference Room, 33423 N. 32nd Ave. (I-17 & Dove Valley Rd.,) in Phoenix. Also hear Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes, address the CD8 special election. Refreshments by HonorHealth. Contact Gates at Phone: (602) 506-7562 

Concerned Citizens for America will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., March 1 at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road in Sedona to hear a presentation on the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact by political consultant and NPV spokesman Constantine Querard. Querard will be preceded by CD1 candidate Steve Smith and CCA chairman Andre Kadar

Mesa Republican Women’s Club will meet at 11 am, March 1 at 1900 E. University Suite 11 in Mesa.  The program features State Treasurer candidates Sen. Kimberly Yee and Tom Forese. Yee is a former State senator and Forese served as an Arizona Corporation Commissioner. Doors open at 11am. Member cost is $10; $12 for non-members.  Candidates for other races that wish for “2 Minutes at the Mike” should request to do so no later than Feb 26.  Contact: to schedule. Nancy Cottle, MRW 1VC 602.292.5646

March 2

An Americans for Prosperity Foundation Grassroots Leadership Academy training session is scheduled at 6 pm., March 2 at the Mountain View Lutheran Church in Phoenix in the East Valley – includes free dinner . Tickets: summit-tickets Contact White at (480) 290 – 2286. Contact Leslie White at (480) 290 – 2286.

The Gila County Republican Party’s 2018 Annual Lincoln Day Dinner is scheduled at 6 pm., Fri., March 2 at the Mazatzal Casino in Payson. The social hour with cash bar opens at 5pm. Speakers include Congressman Paul Gosar, along with US Senate candidates Dr. Kelli Ward and Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Q and A period to follow speeches. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet a host of other elected officials attending the event. Tickets are $50 each, available at or call Chairman Gary Morris at 928-478-8186.

Jim O'Connor, candidate for Corporation Commission, will attend the Gila County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner on Sat., March 2. The GCR dinner starts at 5 pm., at the Mazatzal Hotel/Casion in Payson.

The State of Arizona Research Library continues its 2018 Arizona Author Series by hosting author Bernard Wilson as he discusses the process of research for his book, The Lives and Achievements of Tucson’s Unknown African American Pioneers, 1860-1910 at 3 pm., Fri, March 2 at the Polly Rosenbaum Archive and History Building. This free talk is part of the 2018 Arizona Author Series, hosted from on the first Friday of the month in February—July by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Arizona Secretary of the State. This program is funded by a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State’s office. Contact: Brianna Furcron, Special Collections Librarian 602) 926-3723


The Suns City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30am., Sat., March 3 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd.  Doors open at 8 am. Coffee and donuts will be available.  A $2 donation is requested which helps pay for the room rental.  All Republicans from the Sun Cities and surrounding areas are invited.  SCWRC

will be conducting candidate forums from January to June. State Treasurer candidates will be at their March 3 meeting. Contact: Jean Goncalves, Publicity Chair 623-214-8010 or

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· AZ-CD-8-Political-Reality-Show-Within-Days-Of-Election

· Leftist-AZ-Republic-Hammers-Conservative-US-Rep-Biggs

· Traumatized-Teens-Marching-Against-Guns-Target-Wrong-Culprit


· Have-You-Noticed-Difference-In-Google Images

· McCain-Associate-Pleads-Fifth-In-‘Trump Dossier’probe In FISA Fallout.

· President-Donald-Trumps-Major-Speech-At CPAC

· Speaker-Ryan-Says-39-States-Have-Lower

· Reverend Billy Graham Dead At 99


· Candidate Signatures

· Remember Gary Pierce, ACC Chair In Bed With Johnson, Indicted

· It’s Too Late – Broward County School Board Beginning To Admit Their Mistakes?…

· Justice Thomas Rips Supreme Court For Ignoring Second Amendment: 'The Right To Keep And Bear Arms Is ...


· Video: Muslims Burn Piles Of Pampers Diapers And Call For Ban Because Cartoon Cat’s Whiskers Printed On Them Look Like Arabic Spelling Of Muhammad

· Muslim-Migrant-Medical-Student-Training-7-Year-Old-Boy-Islamic-State-Fighter


· Homeless Bring Diseases To Cities. Time To Remove Them From Streets

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· Rare Honor Reserved For Graham At The Capitol

· American-Experiment-Heads-DC-First-Amendment-Challenge-Free-Public-Employees-Forced-Unionism

· After Companies Drop NRA Benefits, Gun Supporters FIRE Back!

· UPDATE: Vehicle Crashes Into White House Grounds - LOCKDOWN In Place, Police On The Scene

· Dems Dreaming Of Impeachment If GOP Stays Home

· US Embassy In Jerusalem Will Open In May

· Govt-Handbook-For-Internet-Trolls-Uncovered

· ‘DIE CRACKER’: Thugs Terrorize 12yo Philly Honors Student For Being White

· Armed-Guards-In-Schools-Was-Bill-Clintons-Idea

· Matt-Walsh-Gun-Owner: 'I'll Get Ride Of My Gun Under These Conditions ...

· During CPAC Speech, President Trump Lets The Crowd In On A BIG Secret (Video)

· Trump-Wants-Teach-California-Hard-Lesson-Pulling-Ice-State-Completely-

· Democrats TURN On Each Other Just As President Trump Gets Incredible News


· Steve Montenegro's Cyber Affair Included Several Rounds Of Photos, Texts, Woman Says

· Judge Allows Loftus, Jeffries Lawsuit To Proceed

· Kayla-Mueller’s Parents Hope Captured ISIS Fighters Will Help Find Her Body

· Plot-Thickens-Mccains-Lackey-Pleads-5th-Role-Shady-Dossier

· Attorney General Asks Court To Halt Scottsdale School Construction Over Procurement Violations

· Corporation Commissioners Order Investigation Of Johnson Utilities

· Feds’ Plan Could Add Food Stamp Work Requirement In Most Counties

· Got Rage? Break Stuff In The Anger Room And You’ll Feel Better

· Casa Grande Police Depart Arrests Juvenile For Threats At Cactus Middle School

· Facebook Fake Threat Of SHS School Shooting Gone Viral, Not Credible

· Estate And Gift Taxes Owed By Fewer Taxpayers After The Tax Overhaul

· Tips For Using VPN Applications


· Trump-Calls-Parkland-Deputy-Who-Failed-Stop-School-Shooting-A Coward

· White-House-On Lockdown After Would Be Attacker…

· Melania-Trump Swaps Stilettos For Combat Boots On Air Force Once Flight

· Trump Says Mexico Must Do More To Combat MS-13

· Trump Doubles Down On Call For Armed Teachers

· Trump Delivers Chilling Warning At CPAC – ‘Democrats Cannot Take Control Of Congress’

· Trump Warns Conservatives About Election Complacency

· Trump Roasts Protester After Having This Thrown At Him During CPAC Speech


· Florida-Cop-‘Did Nothing’ At Shooting Was School-Cop-Of The Year


· Gun Owners Holding Listening Session, Too

· Trump-Calls For Arming Teachers To Stop ‘Sicko’ Shooters


· Woman Left Literally Inside Out After Punks Find Her Walking Home


· Investigation Into -Clinton-Foundation-Launched... And It Is Getting Serious


· District Will Suspend Kids Who Leave To Protest Fla. Shooting: We Are Here To Learn, 'Not A Political Protest' “Please Be Advised That The Needville ISD Will Not Allow A Student Demonstration During School Hours…”