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Monday, April 9, 2018

4-9-18 Briefs

Editor’s Note: Thank you for all the birthday wishes that awaited me this morning. Yes, it’s true. I’m 81 years old today. – Frosty Taylor

dave kopp  2AzCDL Correction: We have been informed that our links regarding the proposed federal bump stock ban are incorrect.  The correct link to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) is:https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=ATF-2018-0002-0001 After clicking on the  link, click on the blue "Comment Now" tab in the upper right corner. – AzCDL Chairman Dave Kopp

Chris DeRose - clerk of the courtChris DeRose has been appointed Clerk of the Superior Court in Maricopa County by Gov Doug Ducey. DeRose was appointed on March 22, 2018 and because retired Clerk Michael Jeanes’ elected term ends in January 2019, Chris will complete Michael’s current term of office. A candidate will be elected Clerk in November of 2018 to begin a four-year term in January 2019. Because the superior court is one state court placed in each of the 15 counties, the Clerk of the Superior Court runs on the election cycle of statewide elected officials, rather than the cycle of county elected officials. This is also why the governor makes midterm appointments, rather than the county board of supervisors. As an attorney, he was previously Senior Litigation Counsel to the Arizona Attorney General, trying 47 cases in front of the Court of Appeals and arguing twice before the state Supreme Court. He is a former professor of Constitutional, International, and Election Law, and was voted “Law Professor of the Year” by his students. For the new Clerk’s biography, see the Clerk’s website at http://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/clkbio.asp.

The Paradise Republican Women will meet at 10 am, Sat., April 14 at Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive, in Scottsdale with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, College Republicans United President Rick Thomas, and Arizona Corporation Commission candidate Rodney Glassman. Social at 9:30 am, 11 am brunch. $28 per person. Reservations required. Click here to RSVP Online & Pay at the Door.  Contact: Ardith Hildebrant at (480) 861-7170.

Bill MontgomeryMontgomery Serves nearly four million residents in Maricopa County, the fourth largest county in the United States. His office is responsible for the prosecution of more than 35,000 felony criminal cases each year. His top priorities are to hold criminals accountable for the crimes they commit, and to ensure that the rights of crime victims are honored and respected throughout the criminal justice process. Rick Thomas - College Reps United 480-437-4018Thomas says "Although I met a wonderful group of people, my friends and I were dissatisfied with the current state of conservative leadership and activism on campus. (ASU) We attempted to challenge the status quo only to be pushed out by Greek life RINOs and their liberal collaborators. In January of this year we created the College Republicans United which has since grown to be the largest conservative student organization on campus." The College Republican National Committee (CRNC) is a national organization for college and university students who support the Republican Party of the United States. The organization is known as an active recruiting tool for the Republican Party and has produced many prominent Republican and conservative activists and introduced more party members to the Republican. rodney glassmanRodney Glassman is a husband, father, attorney, Veteran, and community leader who holds his PhD in Arid Land Resources from the University of Arizona. With more than 20 years of private sector business experience, Glassman serves as a Major in the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps Reserve at Luke Air Force Base and volunteers as the appointed Judge Advocate for the Arizona Department of the American Legion.

david schweikert (2)The LD23 Annual Pancake Breakfast will be held between 8:30-11 am, Sat., April 14 at the McDowell Mountain Ranch McDowell Center, 16116 E. McDowell Mountain Ranch Road in Scottsdale.  All Republicans are invited. Buffet menu of pancakes, ham, quiche, pastries, fruit, coffee, & juice, for $18 in advance or $20 at the door.  Congressman David Schweikert will be sharing a "D.C Swamp" update and other elected officials and candidates will be in attendance.  RSVPs are encouraged. For details click LD23 pancake breakfast Send checks to District 23 Republican Committee” and mail to Valerie Giramberk, Treasurer, 8776 E Shea Blvd. Suite 106-341, Scottsdale, AZ 85260.

sheriff joe arpaio  4US Senate candidate Joe Arpaio and incumbent Arizona Secretary of State michele reagan 3Michelle Reagan will be the first speakers at the 9 am., Sat., April 21 Fountain Hills Republican Club “Meet the Candidates,” according to President Rosemary Hansen. They will be followed with incumbent LD23 Senator John Kavanagh, Mayoral candidate Cecil Yates, Town Council candidates Amberleigh Dabrowski, Mike Scharnow, and David Spelich, and Superior Court candidate Jeff Fine. This is the second in a series of "Meet the Candidates", primarily focused on Fountain Hills candidates who will be on the August Primary Election Ballot.  Campaign tables will be available for the signing of petitions and providing campaign materials for those attending.  All attendees will receive a "My Candidates Evaluation" sheet to rank each candidate on their qualifications.  The Annual Fountain Hills Republican of the Year Award will be presented and the winner of their $500 Education Scholarship will be announced. The meeting is open to all.  Independents are permitted to vote in the Primary of their choice.  Registration will begin at 8:15 A.M., complimentary light breakfast snacks, coffee, tea, and juice will be available.  www.fountainhillsrepublicanclub.org .

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The Clerk Of The Maricopa County Superior Court’s office will receive the 2018 Arizona Attorney General’s  Distinguished Service Award for Innovative Practices today. The Clerk’s Victim Locate Program was recognized for its outstanding contributions to victims and for the office’s efforts on behalf of victims’ rights and assistance. The Clerk’s Victim Locate Program works to find victims who are owed restitution but who do not have a valid address with the Clerk. Since its implementation in 2010, the program has distributed nearly two million dollars to individuals, some of whom have been out of contact or who had not tracked their case for decades before receiving the restitution owed to them.

Denny Barney #1 Bd of SuperMaricopa County Supervisor Denny Barney, the Maricopa County Farm Bureau and Maricopa County Cooperative Extension will host a catered breakfast and dialogue between 7-9 a.m., April 19 at the Boyle Dairy, 11598 S. Hawes Rd., Mesa. Guests are asked to bring canned goods or non-perishable items to donate to the United Food Bank. RSVP required to Liz Foster by April 13 at lizfoster@azfb.org.

Ayshia Connor 2Ayshia Connors is the new Director of Communications and External Affairs at the AZGOP Headquarters in Phoenix. azgop-connors-announcement Connors carries a very impressive career background with her. See Ayshia-Connors-Bio/ Black-Republican-Staffer-Association-Membership-Doubled Brightest Young GOP Stars Word has it that former Comm Dir Torunn Sinclair, who went to AZGOP HQ from Gov Doug Ducey’s office, has joined the Martha McSally’s senate campaign.

The Paradise Republican Women will meet in May with Secretary of State incumbent Michele Reagan and State Treasurer candidate Kimberly Lee. Details to be announced.

Pima County Republican ExComm Member-At-Large Kuuleme Stephens is heading up the volunteers for their booth at the Pima County Fair scheduled Mon, April 23 –Thur, April 26. The shifts are 2 - 4 hours long between 1pm-10 pm. Parking will be provided. Any time you can commit to being there would be appreciated. For details or to volunteer, please contact Kuuleme at kuuleme_69@yahoo.com

Latest Legislative Activity From Jose Borrajero

Latest Call-to-Action: https://mailchi.mp/f7458ddaf802/azrrt-call-to-action-az-legislature-week-beginning-mon-040918?e=cc6e8f2d45

Latest How-They-Voted Report: https://mailchi.mp/15696c683fba/azrrt-how-they-voted-az-legislature-week-ending-friday-040618?e=cf22ce45e2

The Clerk of the Maricopa County Clerk’s regional offices will be open between 9am-3 pm., for the next two Saturdays

· April 14 - Clerk’s Northeast Regional Center, 18380 N. 40th St. in Phoenix

· April 14 - Clerk’s Southeast Court Center, located at 222 E. Javelina in Mesa

· April 21 – Court Center, 601 W. Jackson St. in downtown Phoenix.

Contacts: http://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/marlic.asp. For more information on passports, see the Clerk’s website at http://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/passport.asp

Three State Highways To Lakes In The White Mountains are scheduled to reopen Thurs, April 12, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. They are: State Route 261 between Eagar and Big Lake; State Route 273 between Sunrise Park and Big Lake; and State Route 473 between State Route 260 and Hawley Lake. State Route 366, also known as Swift Trail that runs up Mount Graham in southeastern Arizona, is scheduled to open on April 15. Another highway that closes for the winter, State Route 67, leading to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, is anticipated to reopen in mid-May.Before heading off to enjoy the mountains, motorists should do the following: Check for information about highway restrictions and more by visiting az511.gov, calling 511 or following ADOT on Twitter (@ArizonaDOT).

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors District 1 is looking for volunteers to fill vacant seats on the Maricopa County Library District Citizens’ Advisory Committee and the MC Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC). The library committee meets at 11 am, the 2nd Tuesday of the month, except August and December. CDAC meets at 6:30 pm., the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Volunteers should contact Chief of Staff Candice Copple at copplec@mail.maricopa.gov or call (602) 506-1776.

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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. Briefs posts candidate announcements, but does not endorse candidates, nor do we post endorsement statements. - ft.

LD 20 Chairman Colleen Lombard - Candidate Protocol: The next several months we will be welcoming candidates and candidate Field Reps at LD 20. To keep our business meetings on track, we hope candidates and their representatives can help in the following ways: Any candidate who would like to be placed on the agenda to speak, please contact Colleen Lombard, Chairman (at 602-689-1686 or chairmanld20@gmail.com at least 10 days in advance of the meeting date. Candidates who just “show up” will be limited to one minute to introduce themselves and, in fairness to all, you will be timed. Candidate Petitions may be circulated but not to interfere with the meetings or guest speakers. 2018 meeting dates through May 2018 are: April 9 - May 14. Meeting location: WUSD Admin Offices 4650 W. Sweetwater Glendale. The Receptionist will direct you. Sign in at 6:30pm with the meeting starting promptly at 7pm. We look forward to hearing from you.

clyde bowmanArizona American African Republican Committee Chairman Rev Clyde Bowen: Today in History 4/8, The United States Senate passed 38-6, the 13th Amendment to the Constitution abolishing Slavery ( once Legal Human Trafficking.) The Amendment was ratified and adopted in December 1865. To see pictures of the Bad Old Days go to...Bad old Days - Slavery THANKS Trump Administration & DOJ,

Dale GohrDale Gohr of Clarkdale: I haven’t seen the extensive private and public property damage that was prevalent in the Occupy Wall Street or Black Lives Matter debacles. I participated in two nationwide organizations that have actually legally demonstrated in accordance with the parameters designated in the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. The first, a solidly Christian Men’s Group, filled sports arenas around the country filling stadiums to overflowing in Denver, Fresno, Dallas, and Phoenix, when Promise Keepers gathered well-over a million self-funded men. There were no incidence of private or public property damage, violent behavior or unauthorized vehicle or pedestrian traffic delays caused by or on behalf of any of the Promise Keepers. And the areas were left cleaned-up better than they were when the Promise Keepers arrived. The second is the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party that fully shares the law-abiding and property respecting attributes with Promise Keepers. The liberal politicians, Hollywood elitists and the mainstream media had a tendency to mock or ignore all the good from these organizations. Former President Obama called TEA Party members “domestic terrorists”, when we have not killed anyone, nor have we damaged any private or public property.

     To the organizers of the student led protest/demonstration. Were each of you responsible for your own narrative, travel and accommodation expenses? Do you really want and expect your demands to be met? What are you actually saying when you insist on a requirement for gun ownership to be a minimum age 21? Are you saying that anyone under 21 is not mature enough to handle the responsibility? If so; our legal age for an adult to handle such a very dangerous weapon as “voting” should be raised from 18 to 21. Do not kid yourself; voting is a weapon; albeit having been treated in such a lackluster fashion as it has been over the years; the danger is unrecognized by the majority of eligible voters in the US today. I have not heard of any damage or clean-up costs associated with your student led protests but I am as sure your groups do not come close to the legitimate standards demonstrated by the Promise Keepers and TEA Party -- the majority of whom I’m sure disagree with your stance on gun control especially without you researching existing laws and the slipshod non-enforcement of laws in any mass shooting. I do not know of any demands or suggestions being made by the hierarchy of either PK or TP about housekeeping or cleanliness standards, it was just respecting property. Engage your own mind, before speaking or acting on behalf of someone else’s opinion.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

APRIL 9

The Western Pinal County Chapter of AZRA will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., April 9 at 408 N. Sacaton Street, Suite II, in Casa Grande with Americans for Prosperity - AZ Senior Legislative Advisor Tom Jenney (formerly the Arizona Federation of Taxpayers (AFTContact Jenney at tjenney@afphq.org, and (602) 478-0146.  www.afpaz.com Contact AZRA President Nancy Hawkins at nancydist3@gmail.com

Gila County Republican Chairman Gary Morris, along with Andy McKinney, the immediate past president of the Rim Country Republican Club, will be conducting their monthly radio show on KMOG 1420 AM radio in Payson on Mon, April 9. The one hour show starts at 9 AM.

The Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum will meet at 11:30 am., Mon., April 9 at the Hotel St Michael ballroom. $18 per person. Reservations required. RVSP to Bob Luzius at (928) 717-2551 or hilltop237@hotmail.com

APRIL 10

The Payson Tea Party meets at 6 pm., April 10 (each Tuesday) at Tiny's Restaurant in Payson. That organization also welcomes candidate speakers. Contact Darlene Younker at 858-395-1850.

The Mingus Mountain Republican Club will meet at 11:15 am., Tues, April 10 at the VFW Post 7400, 705 E Aspen St in Cottonwood. $11 per person. RSVP to Niles Haton at (928) 649-1643 or Mingus_Mountain@hotmail.com

Supt of Public Instruction candidate Frank Riggs reports that he will be speaking at the 11:15 am., Tues., April 10 Mingus Mountain Republican Club meeting in Cottonwood. $11 per person. RSVP to Niles Haton at (928) 649-1643 or Mingus_Mountain@hotmail.com

APRIL 11

The Arizona Federation of Republican Women will visit the legislature between 10:30am – 2 pm., Wed., April 11 at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W Washington in Phoenix. $20 includes lunch. Remember to wear red. Register here You can still pay by credit card. Email your registration form to: sdonahue488@gmail.com and call Cindy Casaus at 602-300-4185 with credit card information for processing. Credit/debit payments will be charged 4%.

Andrea Kadar of the Coalition Against Human Trafficking - Northern Arizona will address the Arrowhead Federation of Republican Women’s April 11 luncheon at Briarwood Country Club - 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City West, 85375. $20 per person. Adults only. RSVP to arwlunchrsvp@gmail.com with your food choice. Or contact Lezlee at 602-885-2939 (new number) by April 8. Check-in begins at 10:45am, meeting gavels at 11:30am.

A Meet & Greet  For US Senate Candidate Joe Arpaio is scheduled between 2-6 pm., Wed, April 11 At the TRUMPED Store, 1041 E Deuce of Clubs, In Show Low AZ. Come Talk to American’s Toughest Sheriff”.  Emalees Carniceria Mexican food truck will be at the Store for your dining pleasure. For Information e-mail Steven Slaton at slatonsteven58@gmail.com, call 602-300-5376, thetrumpedstore.com, Facebook- The Trumped Store. Look for all of the Trump flags.

APRIL 12

Grassroots Tea Party Activist will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., April 12 at the Paseo Verde Christian Church, 7569 W Greenway Road in Peoria.with Bradley Dean. $2.50 suggested donations per person to help cover expenses. There will be books, DVD, CDs, etc. for sale and he will do book/DVD/CD signings. Contact facilitator Francine Romesburg at grtp@grassrootsteapartyactivists.com 602-499-9553 www.grassrootsteapartyactivists.com

A Reception For Incumbent Attorney General Mark Brnovich, chaired by Cheryl & Michael Pollac, Jordan & Jason Rose and Tracy & Anil Vazirani is scheduled between 5:30-7 pm., Thurs., April 12 at Rose home in Paradise Valley. Address provided upon RSVP. Co-Chair - $5,100 per person, Host Committee- $1,000 per person, Friend - $500 per person, Attendee - $250 per person. RSVP bY Mon., April 9 to Michelle Hyde michelle@lovasco.com or Corinne Lovas, corinne@lovasco.com www.mark4az.com

APRIL 13

April 13 is the deadline to make reservations for the the Arrowhead Republican Women’s  “New/Prospective Member Luncheon & Tea” that is scheduled at 11 am., April 18 at the home of President Arlene Goldblatt. Speakers include AzFRW President Loraine Pellegrino, Second Vice President Cyndi Love and former national President Rae Chornenky. RSVP to Goldblatt at 623-583-7738 by April 13.

APRIL 14

Ahwatukee’s Festival of Lights Committee’s 23rd Annual Wine & Beer Tasting Festival is scheduled between 6:30-10:30 pm., Sat., April 14 at Rawhide Western Town, 5700 W North Loop Road in Chandler. Advance tickets are $50 and be purchased at any Safeway in Ahwatukee or at www.folaz.org $60 at the door. Proceeds go toward the millions of lights glowing along Chandler Blvd during the Christmas season. Volunteers are needed. Interested persons can attend committee meetings at 6:30 pm., April 3 and April 10 at the Desert Foothills United Methodist Church. Contact: admin@folaz.org.

LD14 will meet at 9 am., Sat., April 14 at Benson City Hall. LD14 covers three full counties and Eastern PIMA and their meetings are open to all Republicans or Independents. Contact: Bruce Piepho at bpiepho@cox.net

The Gila County Republican Committee will host candidate “meet and greet” between 19 am – 5 pm., Sat., April 14 in conjunction with the Rim Country Chamber of Commerce’s Business Showcase and Life Style Expo - in the same shopping center as the GOP HQ, 307 S Beeline Hwy in Payson.Tables will be provided for campaign materials and petition gathering. Several food venders will be in attendance. The food court canopy will be located at their front door. Contact Gila County Republican Chairman Gary Morris at 928-478-8186.

Region VI of the Arizona Federation of Republican Women (AzFRW) presents “Speed Date Your Candidates” between 10 am and noon., Sat., April 14 at the Chandler Public Library, 22 S Delaware St., Copper Room -2nd floor) in Chandler. US Senate, CD9 and 5, and all statewide candidates invited to participate. map here Registered Republicans and Independents welcome. You will be asked to provide identification or a voter ID care before admitted. Constituents will be in groups and candidates will move to the next table at the blow of a whistle. Campaign tables will be provided. Candidates will not be attending those tables. Candidates are asked to confirm their attendance by April 10. Confirmed candidates include US Senate candidates – US Rep Martha McSally, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and candidate Dr. Kelli Ward; incumbent Michelle Reagan - Secretary of State; Corporation Commissioner Tom Forese and AZ Senator Kimberly Yee - AZ State Treasurer; Seth Leibsohn and Dr. Steve Ferrar – CD9 candidates; incumbent CD5 US Rep Andy Biggs, Justin Olson and Jim O’Connor – Corporation Commission. Refreshments will be provided.

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SEEING RED AZ

· 3-Sentences-Describe-Major-Reason-Pres-Trump-Won

· Lacey, Larkin-Homes-Raided-By-FBI; Sex-Site-Shut-Down

· Leftist-Town-Council-Aims-To-Disarm-Citizens

· AZ-Gov-Ducey-Honors-Two-Liberals-At-Grand-Canyon

AMERICAN FREEDOM BY BARBARA

· President Trump Weekly Address On California Defying Federal Laws On Immigration VIDEO

· The Rape Tree Republished From Tuesday, July 6, 2010 Post

· Guide-For-Mexican-Migrant-By-Mexican Ministry Of Foreign Relations – 2014

· Statement From The Press Secretary On March Border Numbers

· AG Sessions Announces Zero-Tolerance Policy For Criminal Illegal Entry

ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE

· Even GOP Loss Of Congress In 2018 Won't Doom Trump's Chances In 2020

· AZRRT How They Voted Report - Week Ending Friday 04/06/2018

· So You Think The National Popular Vote Is A Good Idea?

MARK LEVIN

· Mark Levin Hammers ‘Rogue Prosecutor’ Mueller Who He Says Is Investigating NOTHING

· Levin: In US, ‘We Have Exactly What the Framers Feared’ – A ‘Permanent, Massive Bureaucracy’

DENNIS MICHAEL LYNCH

· Former-Arizona-Governor-Criticizes-States-Refusing-To-Send-National-Guard-Troops-To-US-Mexico-Border-Video

· Judge Slaps 65-Yr Sentence On Laughing Teen Who Rejected 25-Yr Deal

· State-Has-Given-One-Million-Drivers-Licenses-To-Illegal-Aliens

· Growing-Garbage-Patch-In-Ocean-Is-3-Times-The-Size-Of-France-Videos

ALLEN WEST

· “The Great Similarity The Progressive Socialist Left And Islamo-Fascists”

· There-Is-Trouble-Brewing-For-James-Comey

FROSTY WOOLDRIDGE

· 21st-Century-Anchor-Babies-Born-In-The-USA

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NEWS LINKS

· Yellowstone Officials: There “Could Be A Super Volcano Eruption Imminently”

· Texas National Guard Deploying To Border Within 72 Hours;

· Report-Reveals-44-Democrats-Waived-Background-Checks-For-Pakistan-IT-Family

· Rudest-Crudest-Airline-Passengers-Ever-Imagine-Video

· Parkland Shooting Victims' Death Records Show Up At Ancestry.Com Within Hours Of Blogger Providing Evidence That They Were Not Listed

· California-Sh*thole

· The S Is Hitting The F, America!

· NYC To Pay $1 Million In Legal Fees & $75,000 In Damages To Muslims In "Improper Spying Suit," Even Though Police Acted Lawfully

ARIZONA

· Women Forced Out Of McSally Grand Opening, Shope Shocks

 Renewable Energy Mandates And Politics Versus Science

· Coffee Shops Are Taking Over Downtown Phoenix, And They're Not All Starbucks

· Firefighters-Battle-Two-Wildfires-In-Arizona

· Who-Replace-Trent-Franks? Democrats-Aiming-Upset-Arizona-Special-Election

· How A Central American Migrant Caravan Grew So Big That It Unintentionally May Have Backfired

· Restrictions-on 40 & 17-Interstates-Should-Begin-Monday Upgrade-Project-ADOT

· Community-East-Of-Flagstaff-Evacuated-Due-To-Wildfire

· Feds-Seize-Backpage.Com-In-Prostitution-Crackdown

· What Makes A Bestseller: Fiction, Thriller And A Christmas Release

· As Bike-Share Programs Expand In The East Valley, Some Two-Wheelers Wind Up Off-Road

· Ducey Sending 150 Arizona National Guard Troops To Border

· Laveen-Volunteers-Catch-Pigs-Roaming-At-Playa-Margarita-Park

· Kimmel’s Krush: Sunday’s Comic

· Rio Nuevo Rescue Mission: Sunday’s Comic

· Kamala Plots: Sunday’s Comic

· Dark Money Ducey: Sunday’s Comic

WHITE HOUSE/TRUMP

· Latest-Details-On-Deadly-Trump-Tower-Fire-That-Liberals-Are-Celebrating-

· Trump Proposes $50 Billion In Tariffs Against China For Stealing Intellectual Property

· Trumps Weekly Address American Sovereignty, Rule Of Law, Borders, Immigration, And California 

· “No More”: Trump Calls For Immediate Action On Illegal Immigration

· Hud-Swamp-Creatures-Terrified-Of-What Ben-Carson Is Doing To Clean Up Hug

CONGRESS

· Report-Reveals-44-Democrats-Waived-Background-Checks-For-Pakistan-It-Family

· Senate Braces For Showdown Over Trump’s Nominees

SECOND AMENDMENT/GUN CONTROL

· Most_Reject_Repeal_Of_The_Second_Amendment

· High School Students Walk Out To Support The Second Amendment

MILITARY/VETERANS

· Marine Commando: Failure Was Never an Option

ILLEGALS

· The Amount of Bangladesh Nationals Continuing to Flood the Texas Border Is Rather Startling!

· “NO MORE”: Trump Calls For Immediate Action on Illegal Immigration

WAR ON LAW ENFORCEMENT

· Officer-Tells-Felon-‘You-Reach-For-That-Gun-I’ll-Blow-Your-Brains-Out’-Raw-Video

CLINTONS

· Delusional-Hillary-Stumbles-In Public

· Planned Parenthood Fined For Failing To Disclose Hillary Donations

EDUCATION

· Pennsylvania School Bans Forks, Tells Kids “Eat With Your Fingers”

· 12yo-Girl-Commits-Suicide-Bullied-Classmates-For Liking-Math-Science

· Teacher-Throws-Away-Childs-Unhealthy-Lunch-Treat; Parents-Now-Pissed

INTERNATIONAL

· Dozens Killed In Apparent Chemical Weapons Attack On Civilians In Eastern Ghouta, Syrian Rescue Workers Say

· German Man Has Chilling Last Words For Terrorists Before He Is Beheaded

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