Saturday, March 10, 2018

3-10-18 Briefs

Condolences to the family of Bob and Shirley Dye. He passed away last night. Services are pending.

Condolences to the family of Joe Woods who has passed away. He was former GOP Attorney General Grant Woods father. prominent-mesa-developer-joe-woods-dies-

The Pima County Republican Party “Arizona Corporation Commission Candidate Forum” is scheduled at 9:30 m., Sat., March 10 at the Catalina Foothills High School, 4300 E Sunrise Drive in Tucson.

Debbie LeskoThe April 24, CD8 Special Election Is Heating Up! Volunteers are needed to assure that GOP Senate candidate Debbie Lesko goes to Washington DC to replace former Congressman Trent Franks, recently resigned. Considering the $ that is coming into the state to turn it ‘blue’ as must get behind out Republican candidates to see that they are elected. West Valley GOP Field Organizer Levi Sommerville can be reached at

The Pinal County Republican Committee will meet at 10 am., Sat., March17 at the Florence School District Auditorium, 1000 S Main St Florence, AZ 85132. The PCRC will be hosting a discussion with state legislative candidates from Pinal County. The following candidates will be attending, TJ Shope (LD8), Vince Leach (LD11), Mark Finchem (LD11), Bret Roberts (LD11), Mike Hernandez (LD16), and John Fillmore (LD16). Contact Secretary Gilberto Mendez at with any questions you may have.

The Fountain Hills AZ Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm, Thurs., March 15 at Fountain Hills Unified School District Learning Center, 16000 E Palisades Blvd. (Palisades Blvd. & Golden Eagle Blvd.) for a forum on proposed primary property tax with Town Manager Grady Miller. Admission is free but donations to help offset expenses are welcome. Contact:  Richard Rutkowski  or

Pima County Republicans First Vice Chairman Ana Henderson is organizing the candidate forum scheduled from 2-4 pm., Sat., March 24 in the Mountain Oyster Club, 6400 E ElDorado Circle in Tucson. Limited seating. Tickets $7l50 each, or $15 per couple. Available at Contact Henderson at 520-321-1492.

Alex Meluskey - talk show hostThe Alex Meluskey radio talk show will featured anti-proxy spokesman Archie Dicksion to discuss HB2012 – The Proxy Bill - and to urge all voters to reach out to members of the State House and Senate in order to move the bill forward. Meluskey will also discuss Universities and Colleges banning free speech and the right to defend oneself.  And Dr. Carl Goldberg will discuss Islamic Candidates in US Politics. Listen in Saturdays 6am on 1130AM KQNA, 4pm on 1100AM KFNX and at 9pm on 960AM KKNT

Irene and David Littleton are hosting a ‘meet and greet’ for CD1 Senate candidate Steve Smith at their home 1669 E Gabrill Drive in Casa Grande between 2-4 pm., Sun., March 11.

Which Way Is It??? Who Are We To Believe??? Cindy-McCain: Sen-John-McCain-Doing-Fine-No-Intention-Resigning-Brain-Cancer Or…Senate-Officials-Confirm-John-McCain-Expected-Step-Down From US-Senate

You Can Listen Or Watch The Chips N Salsa Show with George Ortiz &  Alice Lara on Center Right Radio  and Facebook livestream at 4 pm., Saturdays. Back by popular demand will be Brad Zinn with his latest performance news and political zingers. Also appearing will be our former AZ GOP Chairman Tom Morrissey to talk about his book "The Way of the Shadow Wolves" co-authored with Steven SeagalJeff Prather with Prather Point, Cocotaso nominations plus their newest feature of the Whole Enchilada awards are all spicy parts of the molcajete.  If you have a guest idea or sponsor inquiry please contact  GRACIAS Chipsters and GUAC ON!

randy MillerThe Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officer Association (CSPOA) will meet at 7 pm., Tues. ,March 13 at 7:00 p.m. at the home of activist Marsha Hill in Surprise.  Doors open at 6:30 for socializing. Patrick Henry will address the Second Amendment. Others agenda items include gun control, and the 10th amendment. Contact: Randy Miller for the address if you will be attending. (623) 866-3544. Miller is a LD21 Senate candidate.

Pima GOP 1st Vice Chairman Ana Henderson is a candidate for the LD9 House seat. She can be reached at 520-321-1492.

The One-Year Anniversary Of Donald Trump’s Presidency will be celebrated at the Trump Rally, organized by the Patriot Movement AZ, between 11 am-3 pm., Sat., March 10 in Cactus Park, 3801 W Cactus Road in Phoenix with speeches, candidate tables, vendor tables, food trucks, raffles, music and good old-fashioned flag waving. No admission fee. Bring your own chairs.

Story Time for preschoolers and school age children is slated between 4-4:45 pm., March 12 at the North Valley Regional Library. Branch location Click HERE for more North Valley Regional Library events.

Arizona Corporation Commission candidate Jim O'Connor will speak at 9 am., Sat., March 10 to the Pima County Republicans at the Music Hall at Catalina Foothills High School, 4300 E Sunrise Dr, Tucson, AZ 85718

jim jordan 1Congressman Jim Jordan, co-founder of the US House Freedom Caucus will be the speaker at the Maricopa County Republican Lincoln Day and Precinct Committee Recognition Luncheon at 11:45 am, Sat., April 28 at the Camby, 2401 E Camelback Road in Phx. PC tickets-$60. Non-Pc tickets - $75. 10:30 am VIP Reception - $250. Purchase Tickets

Volunteers Needed are needed to help Contact with America’s Vets (CAV) and other veteran organizations with their booths between 7 am-pm at the March 24 Western Conservative Conference at the Phoenix Convention Center, 100 N 3rd St, Phx. Volunteers who can work two hour shifts should email to volunteer for CAV Team Veteran Foundation Veteran Advocates on Call or Operation Enduring Gratitude

The Arizona Game And Fish Department Needs Volunteers to assist with spotlighting efforts to help document the population of endangered black-footed ferrets in Aubrey Valley and on the Double O Ranch near Seligman on March 29-31 and April 26-29. The spotlighting method involves using high-powered lights to locate and identify black-footed ferrets. Their eyeshine is reflected by the spotlight and helps surveyors with identifying and locating these elusive, nocturnal carnivores. Volunteers must have the ability to stay attentive from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. while spotlighting for black-footed ferrets and use, or learn how to use, a Global Positioning System (GPS). Volunteers can sign up by e-mailing -- with “spring spotlighting” in the subject line – by March 23 for this month’s project and by April 20 for the later opportunity. Volunteers are reminded to include their full name, a contact phone number, month(s) and night(s) available to spotlight, and full names of others who also will be attending (a parent or guardian must accompany any youth under 18). Volunteers also should note any equipment they can bring, such as GPS, clipboard, headlamp, pen, binoculars, walkie-talkies, compass, cordless rechargeable spotlight, back-pack or 4X4 vehicle.  A total of 19 individual black-footed ferrets were captured in 2017, slightly up from 16 in 2016. Of those 19, nine were captured in Aubrey Valley and 10 on the Double O Ranch. Almost 200 volunteers totaled 2,086 spotlighting hours over the course of the spring and fall projects. Visit and click on “Nongame Species” for more information about the black-footed ferret recovery effort. 

Maricopa County Supervisor #3 Bill Gates will meet with the New River/Desert Hills/Anthem area residents at noon., Tues., March 20 at the Daisy Mountain Fire Department, 1120 W Desert Hills Road in Phoenix. Contact: Liz Foster at

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel calls on Democrat National Committee Chair Tom Perez to address Deputy Chair Keith Ellison’s pattern of lies surrounding his relationship with Louis Farrakhan:  "Keith Ellison’s long pattern of lies about his ongoing relationship with Louis Farrakhan, who the Anti-Defamation League calls 'America’s leading anti-Semite,' has put a stain on the Democrat Party," said McDaniel. "Anti-Semitism has no place in American politics, Tom Perez must address this issue."Examples of Louis Farrakhan’s hate speech:

Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes released the official canvass and results of the Congressional District 8 Special Primary Election this week. The report identified the winning candidates and showed that overall turnout was 25.6 percent, with the vast majority of people voting early. There were just more than 108,000 early ballots, compared to nearly 8,500 ballots cast on Election Day. "Thanks to the collaboration with the Maricopa Board of Supervisors and the Arizona Secretary of State, we were able to ensure the voters of Congressional District 8 had an accurate, accessible, efficient election,” Fontes said. “There were challenges that we are learning from but overall this was a successful undertaking, especially considering the shortened timeline that a special election presents." Maricopa County Elections Director Rey Valenzuela added that most voters experienced negligible wait times at voting locations and the county’s new check-in system contributed to a decrease in the number of provisional ballots cast. There were only 531 provisional ballots, 447 of which were verified and counted. Provisional ballots, which require additional, labor-intensive steps to validate and process, have bogged down the county’s elections, creating longer lines at the polls and delaying results. "That was not the case in this election," Valenzuela said. "Wait times were reduced dramatically and we got great feedback from the public on the new Site Book check-in system." A copy of the official canvas report can be found here. Official election results are available here.

The State of Arizona Research Library continues its 2018 Arizona Author Series by hosting its second event with co-authors, Alan Day & Lynn Wiese Sneyd, authors of Cowboy Up! Life Lessons from Lazy B at 3 pm., April 6. The second installment in this year’s special event series will be held on the second floor mezzanine of the Polly Rosenbaum State Archives and History Building where both Day and Wisese Sneyd will discuss what it was like to write and publish their newest book. “We can’t wait to host Alan and Lynn in the next installment of the Arizona Author Series,” said Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan. “The attendance at each of these events continues to increase and that’s a testament to the quality of speakers the library has brought in. Alan and Lynn will undoubtedly prove to be yet another exceptional pair in this year’s series of speakers.” “[Cowboy Up reflects] on the life of the everyday cowboy with all its trials and tribulations better than anything I’ve ever read. They range from dealing with the capricious vicissitudes of nature, friendships, horse wrecks and winning the trust of horses through patience and love. They also tell of man’s close relationship to the land and all God’s critters that inhabit it,” says State historian Marshall Trimble.

Martha McSally 3Wed., April 11 at 5 pm is the deadline for CD2 high school students to submit their work to Congressman Martha McSally’s office in Tucson for the 2018 Congressional art Competition. Winners work will be displayed in Congress. A local panel of judges will choose one overall and two runner-up winners and announce them at a reception at the UA Tech Park. The overall winner’s artwork will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol. The two runner-up winners will have their art displayed in Congresswoman McSally’s Tucson and Sierra Vista district offices. Students can deliver submissions to the Tucson district office at 4400 East Broadway Blvd., Suite 510 or the Sierra Vista district office at 77 Calle Portal, Suite B-160. Guidelines for submission as well as a student release form to be included with the submission can be found HERE. Individuals with questions about turning in entries or the guidelines can call the Tucson district office at (520) 881-3588.View last year’s submissions HERE.

The Fountain Hills Republican Club meets the 3rd Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. The club plans to devote its meetings from April to August to candidates from the Senate to the Town Hall. Contact: Leona Johnston, 1st VP; Program Chair 480-837-6068; 480-215-6635;

Sally Kizer  2The Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., March 15 for a presentation by Joshua Stanwitz, Coalitions Director for Concerned Veterans 4 America. They meet in the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. Contact Chr Sally Kizer at

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archie dicksionArchie Dicksion: HB 2012 is pending in the House Rules Committee. Chairman T.J. Shope is refusing to bring the bill before the committee. On Wednesday, I called his office to ask why he is holding the bill. Patty, his legislative assistant, did not put my call through and had no explanation of WHY. I asked that Shope give me a call. I have received no call. Thursday morning, I again called his office and was advised that neither he or his assistant were in. Seems our legislators/staff only have a 4 day work week. Perhaps that is why the bill has not come up as they do not have time to consider all the pending legislation with only 4 days of work. Of course, the word on the street is that Governor Doug Ducey’s office has requested the bill be held. Surely the Governor does not favor the unlimited use of proxies at our political party meetings. How could it possibly benefit him? WAIT!!! if he controls the legislature and the AZGOP Chairman — no, that could not be, the Governor working against his own party interest?   A couple of days ago, AZGOP Chairman Jonathan Lines, in his daily article to the faithful, discussed the California billionaire Democrat who plans to dump millions in Arizona to help democrats seize control. The Chairman finished his article with: “I’m betting on you, the men and women who form the backbone of our party. That’s why it is so essential that we stay motivated and active, every single day, to fight back against Tom Steyer and his paid operatives.” Could it be that Lines is finally beginning to realize that the life blood of any political party is feet on the ground by an active PCs.? If we have a 1000 P.C.’s state wide and they spend 10 hours per year walking their neighborhoods, that is 10,000 hours of free advertising. How much would it cost for that much coverage on television, radios, newspapers etc. By the same token, if you have 1,000 proxies just how much time will they contribute? The purpose of limiting proxies is to force the recruitment of PC’s who will be active - not just a piece of paper. Perhaps we should let Shope (602-926-3012), Mesnard (602-926-4481) and the Governor (602-542-4331) in on this so we can move HB 2012 forward. Alex Meluskey has invited me to appear on his Saturday show tomorrow 6am on 1130am KQNA, 4 pm on 1100am KFNX, and at 9pm on 960am KKNT. Please tune in.

Political Activist Lolly Hathhorn:  “I say ‘enough’ is ‘enough’ concerning John McNasty. The man has not represented AZ since last year!  He has to be in Washington to vote in order to represent us.  How long can he stay home and still be considered active?  Does he get paid for being at home?  I’m sure he is glad not to have Obamacare as insurance since I’m sure that his treatments are not cheap.  I do not understand how he can just stay home and not retire!  Where are the rest of the Republicans of AZ?  Nobody seems to be adamant about his resignation – or maybe they just don’t care.  How about it folks, let’s get going and call for his immediate resignation.  He needs to set our people ‘FREE’ and let somebody else represent us.  His treatment of my President Trump has been disgraceful and hateful and, of course, jealous as all get out.  TRUMP WON, Get a Grip!  God Bless America, my President Donald J. Trump, our troops and most of all, the State of AZ!  MAGA!

Activist Dennis Zinke: Please watch this video and listen to the comments made at the end of the video:  Bruno Barn Moving.  You should also watch the next video:  Another video, from another perspective on the Bruno barn moving. The comments made regarding this activity as well as at the end of the video should give us all something to think about.  I was not raised on a farm, but I still remember my relatives doing the shocking, followed by the threshing.  Maybe we need to go back to this type of activity if we are ever to be one nation.  It certainly gave the people of that era a much better perspective of working together and why we won two world wars.  Somehow, following WWII we thought we knew it all, were invincible, whatever; but America is going much like the Twin Towers.  Like President Lincoln so aptly put, “"America will never be destroyed from outside.  If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves" and if you will allow me, one additional quote from this man I highly regard, “All the armies of Europe, Asia and Africa combined, with all the treasure of the earth (our own excepted) in their military chest; with a Bonaparte for a commander, could not by force take a drink from the Ohio, or make a track on the Blue Ridge, in a trail of a thousand years.”  Let me just state for the record, I have very little respect for Trent Franks. Franks could have prevented the headaches and the hassle Sheriff Joe Arpaio had to deal with from Obama.  Sheriff Arpaio was doing what we the people asked of him.  Franks was not!

Marianne Ferrari, LD20 PC and State Committeeman-- We are hearing that the Rules Committee is burying the proxy bill HR2012, despite the full year of effort by Archie Dicksion and the cogent commentary given at the recent House committee meeting. Anyone who believes this is the end of it, take note:

1) This Situation Is A Litmus Test, And We Must Make The Most Of It

2) This Issue Has The Potential To Unite All Voters--Conservatives, Democrats, And Independents--Against The Re-Election Of Every Member Of The Legislature Who Slights This Bill.

3) If We Can Expose It Broadly Enough, Between Now And November, It Is Even Possible That Successful Write-In Candidates Can Be Elected In Their Places.

HAVE they really stopped that bill dead in its tracks? HAVE they really beaten us again? Is there NOTHING we can do, now that they have signaled they will not bring the bill for a vote? I learned something last year, while challenging the AZGOP via organizing a special meeting to remove the chairman. There is only one thing wrongdoers fear, and that is EXPOSURE, the single most powerful antidote to lawlessness. I learned something else about this that I feel is even more important: It doesn't matter if you win or lose the actual battle for the issue that exposes them. It ONLY matters that they be exposed. To get our heads on straight to accomplish this, we need to: Turn our backs on any concern over losing the proxy bill. Turn our backs on our anxiety about losing yet another battle. Define winning as exposing. Period! Anything else we win is just extra. The more exposure, the more winning. The byproduct of exposing will be the same one that I--and those who helped publicize the removal--experienced last summer: We were happy warriors. We won by exposing. And it was exciting and very satisfying to win. Read full article at

tom morrisseyTom Morrissey, former AZGOP Chairman: The Tide Is Turning - against the Establishment Elite Ruling Class in Texas and that stubborn fact should be front and foremost in the minds of all of us who are engaged in the bitter battle to take our country out of the destructive hands of those whom we have misguidedly trusted for too many years.  This article about the Primaries conducted on Tuesday 3/6/18 in Texas, in which anti-establishment, pro-life candidates, swept many Establishment candidates from the upcoming general election ballots. And in California, the downfall of liberal extremism is gradually coming to hand as the exodus of the working class grassroots is huge and constant - in leaving that once great state leaving a host of illegal alien "immigrants" sapping their resources.  The streets of LA, San Diego and San Francisco are littered with garbage and other refuse amid the tents and sleeping bags all over these once great cities, especially in front of their City Halls.  California is rapidly turning into Venezuela, in that, like Venezuela, that was once the economic engine of South America, that is until Hugo Chavez brought Socialism, and within eight years it completely destroyed their economic system.  Stay strong folks -we have a country to save.  We can't allow ourselves to become California, or Venezuela.

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kelli ward 2018US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward of Arizona yesterday in response to media reports of a $500,000 contribution to KelliPAC, a super PAC supporting Dr. Ward's candidacy: "Andy Beal is a patriot and a strong supporter of President Trump; I am honored to have his support. Our campaign continues to build strength and momentum because Arizona voters are ready to send a conservative senator to Washington who will not bow down to the Establishment. President Trump is already making tremendous progress, and with more reinforcements in the U.S. Senate, we will accomplish - together - even more of the America First agenda."

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Bill Gates #4 Bd of SuperMaricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates : 2018 is officially in full swing. Spring training is here, the Phoenix Open was another success, and the Prickly Pedal continues to grow in to a world class mountain bike race. While those community events have taken place, we have been just as busy at Maricopa County with positive work being done each and every day. My colleagues and I voted to approve early retirement for one of our favorite K9s, the District 3 Farm-City breakfast is right around the corner, and I had the pleasure of touring the Registrar of Contractors office to experience how they are working to make government more efficient. It truly has been a great start to 2018 and I encourage all of us to get out and enjoy all that Maricopa County has to offer during the beautiful month of March.



The Paradise Republican Women will meet at 10 am., Sat., March 10 at the Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive in Scottsdale. 9:30 am social. 11 am brunch. Speakers include Cathi Herrod, president of the Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) and Conner J Teich, secretary for the Young Americans for Freedom Chapter at GCU.

The Pima County Republican Committee will host a candidate forum featuring Arizona Corporation Commission candidates Justin Olsen, Rodney Glassman, Jim O’Connor and Eric Sloan (confirmed), at 9:30 am, Sat. March 10 at the Catalina Foothills High School, 4300 E Sunrise Drive in Tucson. All ACC candidates are invited to participate.


The Western Pinal County Chapter of AZRA will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., March 12 at 408 N. Sacaton Street, Suite II, Casa Grande, AZ. Doors open at 6 pm. LD11 Senate candidate Vince Leach. His experience ranges from work at the school board level all the way up to County Government, the State Legislature, the Arizona Corporation Commission, and the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. He was elected as the LD11 Representative in 2014. He has served on many Republican campaigns during the 2010 and 2012 election cycles. He also served as Board member of the SaddleBrooke Two Property Owners organization. He is an active member of Catalina Foothills Church. Leach is a graduate of the University of WI-St. Point with degrees in Political Science and History. He is a Vietnam veteran. Vince has over 35 years of sales and executive business management experience in the national and international market place. He and his wife, Charlene, are natives of Wisconsin, live in SaddleBrooke, AZ. His son, an engineer with a national firm, still resides in Wisconsin. Contact President Nancy Hawkins at


The Payson Tea Party meets at 6 pm., March 13 (each Tuesday) at Tiny's Restaurant in Payson. That organization also welcomes candidate speakers. Contact Darlene Younker at 858-395-1850.


The Arrowhead Republican Women’s Club will meet at 11:30 am., Wed., March 14 with Maricopa County School Superintendent Steve Watson at the Briarwood Country Club, 135th Avenue & Meeker Blvd , Sun City West, AZ. Registration – 10:45a.m.. $20 includes lunch. RSVP deadline is 5 pm., Sun., March 11. Adults only - no children. Make check payable to ARW, before arriving; if cash, exact amount preferred; no credit cards. Any member cancelling beyond the deadline is expected to pay. Reservation must be received by Sunday, March 11. If you aren’t contacted by an ARW luncheon representative for your lunch order, please email or contact Lezlee Alexander


Tea Party Scottsdale will meet at 6:30 pm., March 15 at 8600 E Anderson Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Tim Horn, Arizona Republican Assembly member and ASRA point-man in Opposition to the National Popular Vote Compact is scheduled to speak. Horn is the author of “Ruling the Elite” and is a former radio political commentator.


The Center for Arizona Policy is host author/speaker Sam Allberry at 7 pm, Fri., March 16 at the Trinity Bible Church, 3420 W Peoria Ave in Phx. RSVP required. Free admission. Allberry will address “My Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction.” Contact CAP at 602-424-2525.


The Fountain Hills Republican Club will host its “Meet the Candidates” event at 9 am, Sat. March 17 (St Patrick’s Day) at the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N. La Montana, Fountain Hills. Complimentary coffee, tea, juice, light breakfast snacks, with an “Irish surprise” will be served at 8:30 a.m. Reserved tables for candidates will be available. An additional table or two will also be available for campaign materials. Candidate presentations will begin following the prayer, Pledge of Allegiance and the “National Anthem”. Participating are Yvonne Cahill for the “Ward for U.S. Senate” campaign; Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas, Candidates Dr. Robert Branch, Tracy Livingston, Frank Riggs; Arizona Corporation Commission candidates Jim O’Connor, Eric Sloan; State Representative Jay Lawrence; McDowell Mountain Justice of the Peace Michael Reagan; Candidate for Clerk of Superior Court of Maricopa County Steve Parsons; Fountain Hills Mayoral Candidate Cecil Yates.

Fountain Hills will turn its famed fountain to green at noon on March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day. The FH St. Patrick’s Day Irish Fountain Fest begins at 11 am. No admission fee.

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· As-Phony-Dossier-Heat-Intensifies-McCain-Rumored-To-Exit-Senate McCain Ought To Get Used To The Heat — Temperatures Likely To Rise Later

· Feds-Issue-Mexico-Travel-Warnings, Bans

· Is-Anyone-More-Reprehensible-Than-AZ’s-Senior-Senator

· AZ-Republic: It’s-Time-To-Rewrite-What-America’s-About


· Senate-Officials:-John-McCain-To-Resign, Cindy Says ‘No Way’

· Speaker Paul Ryan's Statement On Tariff Announcement

· Presidential Proclamation on Adjusting Imports of Steel and Aluminum into the United States

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· AZRRT How-They-Voted - Week Ending Friday 03/09/18

· The Resurrection of Jeff Sessions

· Closer To Knowing Who Killed The Proxy Bill

· Trump Unity Rally

· Trump DOJ Sues California Over 'Interference' With Immigration Enforcement

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