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7-2-18 Briefs


Lydia's La Canasta in Wickenburg is hosting a 101st birthday party for Jeanne Tirpak between 3-7 pm., Sun., July 8. All customers will receive a 10% discount and a dish of Soft Serv ice cream with their meal.  Karoake will commences at 3 pm. Jeanne's Dream has been to go to Washington DC to speak on behalf of this nation, particularly Wickenburg residents. Donations are being accepted to fulfill that dream.  Make any checks or Money order in her name.  This will be presented to her on her 101st Birthday.  Donations can be dropped off at Lydia's La Canasta prior or at her celebration.

Congressman Paul introduced H.R. 6268, Preventing Unionization of Revenue Service Employees (PURSE) Act. If enacted, the legislation would help ensure that IRS employees carry out the mission of the agency, not the mission of labor unions. “The Supreme Court ruling against mandatory union dues was a major step in the right direction towards ensuring taxpayer dollars aren’t forced to subsidize political activities. In line with this major win for the American taxpayer, my legislation would be a check against partisanship and union abuse, specifically at the IRS, and would help ensure that the employees within the agency enforce the law with integrity and fairness. Under current law, several federal government agencies are already prohibited from unionizing and entering into collective bargain agreements. Given the everyday functions of the IRS, there is no good reason why the agency shouldn’t also be on this list. This legislation is another step in the right direction toward stopping federal government tax collectors and other bureaucrats from unionizing and entering into collective bargaining agreements at the taxpayer’s expense.”

A “Meet & Greet” fundraiser for gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett is scheduled between 6-8:30 pm Mon, July 2 at the Crossing Grill & Bar in Yuma.

Governor Doug Ducey will be the keynote speaker at the Fountain Hills Republican Club Meeting to be held at 9 am., July 7 in the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 North LaMontana Drive.  Registration starts at 8am. Complementary continental breakfast snacks and beverages will be available.  Contact: Rosemary Hansen, President (rbud88@msn.com).  fountainhillsrepublicanclub.org

The Central Republican Women will host a Meet the Candidates Mixer between 5-7 pm., Fri., July 13 at the Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill’s Colangelo Rm, 2121 E Highland Ave in Phoenix. No host happy hour prices for appetizers and beverages. Accepting donations of bottled water for local veterans shelter. Contact az1red@cox.net

The Movie Trailer For Dinesh D'Souza's upcoming film, Death of a Nation, can be viewed on line. The new documentary from the creator of 2016: Obama's America and Hillary's America will open in theaters nationwide on Aug 3. Death of a Nation cuts through progressive big lies to expose hidden history and explosive truths.

The Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Executive Committee will meet at 7 pm, Tues., July 10 at the AZGOP HQ (instead of the usual first Tuesday of the month).  Contact Cindy Casaus cindy.casaus@gmail.com or Chairman Chris Herring chrisherringaz@yahoo.com

CD9 candidate Dr Steve Ferrara will be featured at the 6:30 pm., July 2 Arizona Project meeting at 3375 E Shea Blvd in Phoenix. Ferrara is running for the seat presently held by liberal Congresswomen Kirsten Sinema.

KFYI Talk Show Host Mike Broomhead will be featured at a fundraiser for State Representatives Anthony Kern, Maria Syms, Jay Lawrence, Tony Rivero and candidate Stuart McDaniel, along with Senator John Kavanagh between 4:30-6:30 pm., Thur., Juy 12 at Plexus Worldwide, 9145 E Pima Center Parkway in Scottsdale. View Map Broomhead will also be signing copies of his new book If You're Gonna Be Dumb, You Better Be Tough: Lessons from My Life with Bulls, Protestors, and Politicians. Contacts to donate to:Anthony Kern at votekern/votekern Maria Syms at symsforaz.com/ Stuart McDaniel at mcdanielforhouse Tony Rivero at tonyriveroforhouse.com Jay Lawrence at ld23jaylawrence / and John Kavanagh at electkavanagh.com/donate

Phoenix Mayoral candidate Moses Sanchez has “Moses for Mayor” yard signs available for those wishing to display them in their yards.

The State of Arizona Research Library continues its 2018 Arizona Author Series by hosting its latest event with Betsy Fahlman. She will discuss her research on New Deal Art in Arizona at 3 pm., Fri., July 6 in the Polly Rosenbaum State Archives and History Building. “The Arizona Author Series has hosted some really fantastic authors so far this year and we’re excited to have Betsy Fahlman with us for the next installment,” said Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan. Arizona’s art history is incredibly rich and Betsy has really been able to dig deep into this history. She’ll go through examples like Jay Datus’ eight panel mural in the former library at the State Capitol and how that came to happen.” Fahlman will chronicle Arizona’s Art History and the emblematic story of the modern West. Few periods in history are more significant than the era of the New Deal, whose programs operated in every state between 1933 and 1945 at the end of World War II. Fahlman’s discussion will chronicle post office murals, Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information photographs, and the Navajo Nation Council Chamber whose murals were executed by Gerald Nailor. Fahlman is Professor of Art History at Arizona State University. An authority on the art history of Arizona, her books include New Deal Art in Arizona (2009) and The Cowboy’s Dream: The Mythic Life and Art of Lon Megargee (2002). She is the author of two essays in catalogues published in 2012 by the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff: “New Women, Southwest Culture: Arizona’s Early Art Community” (in Mary-Russell Ferrell Colton: Artist and Advocate in Early Arizona) and “Making the Cultural Desert Bloom: Arizona’s Early Women Artists” (in Arizona’s Pioneering Women Artists: Impressions of the Grand Canyon State).

Heroes to Hometowns is calling for help to provide 2,000 military families with turkey’s for Thanksgiving. AZ Heroes to Hometowns has been helping to feed and support our wounded heroes and their families for years. But, we certainly cannot do it without your help.  We are asking for help by donating grocery gift cards or cash to our 2018 Turkeys to Troops. Your donation helps to feed one or more families of Wounded Heroes, Families of Deployed, National Guard, Reserves, and returning Military Veterans and it is time to show their service and sacrifice is not forgotten. Too many struggle each day just to put food on the table, but Thanksgiving should NOT be one of those days.  AZ Heroes to Hometowns needs 2,000 ($20.00 grocery gift cards) or monetary donations for a turkey or ham to complete our Thanksgiving food boxes. Your donation of grocery gift cards and/or checks will help our Veterans this holiday. Please help by mailing your donation to: AZ Heroes to Hometowns, PO Box 31646, Mesa AZ 85275. You can also use PayPal to make your donation. Please go to www.azherostohometowns.org for more information.

Please consider helping the families that have done their part to fight for our freedom:

____ $1,000 feeds 50 families                  ____ $500 feeds 25 families  

____   $200 feeds 10 families                   ___ $20 feeds 1 family

Contact: Founder/CEO Kathy Pearce Cell 480.330.1632  kathy@azheroestohometowns.org

Concerned Citizens For America (CC4A) will be hosting LD6 Sen Sylvia Allen, Sedona mayoral candidate Pete Conrad, and city council candidates Mike Ward, Bill Chishol, Jr. and Noelle Jullian for a discussion on “Home Rule” and its implications for Sedona residents hosts at 6:30 pm., Thurs., July 5 at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road, Sedona. Contact: Andrea Kadar andreakadar7@yahoo.com

Anyone State–Wide Wishing To Help Put Up Signs For Bob Branch, Supt of Public Instruction candidate, can reach him at Vote4Branch.com Team Branch will get the signs and rebar to you.

The Colorado River Tea Party – Yuma will meet at 6 pm, Thurs., July 19 with LD13 incumbent House candidate Tim Dunn. CD3 candidate Sergio Arellano, and gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett, at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma.

Pima County Republicans will host a premier showing of Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film “Death of a Nation – a historical perspective on racism in America, at 6:30 pm., Tues., July 31 at the El Con Theater, 3601 E Broadway Blvd in Tucson. $15 per person. Tickets available on line on July 1 at www.PimaGOP.org. Limited seats available.

The Paradise Republican Women’s “Cavalcade of Candidates”, featuring Corporation Commission candidates is scheduled between 6-8 pm, Mon, July 2 at Rosati’s Pizza, 18221 N Pima Road, Scottsdale $10 per person, includes all you can eat pizza and salad. Another forum is scheduled Aug. Details tba. Corp Comm candidates below, left to right, Jim O’Connor, Eric Sloan, Rodney Glassman, and incumbent Justin Olson.

The Cochise County Republican Executive Committee will met between 4-6 pm., July 3 at 325 W Fry Blvd in Sierra Vista (map). Contact: Telephone: 1+520-417-1000
ccrc@cochiserep​s.com

The Pima County Board of Supervisors will meet at 9 am., Tues., July 3 in the Pima County Adm Blvd, 130 W Congress St., in Tucson. (map)

The Pima County Republican Club Luncheon will start at 11:30am, Tues, July 3 at Sabbar Shrine Temple, 450 S Tucson Blvd in Tucson. (map)

Turning Point USA wlll meet at 6:30 pm., Tues.,July 3 at the UofA. more details»

The Green Valley Tea Party and Republican Club of Green Vally/Sahuarita will meet at 9 am., Thurs., July 5 at Friends In Deed, 301 W Camino Casa Verde, Green Valley, (map). Speakers will be Sahuarita Town councilman are Kara Egbert and Heritage Acton Young Republicans activist Nathan Duell and Supt of Public Instruction candidate Tracy Livingston.

The Huachuca Area Republican Women's Club will meet at 10:30 am., Tues., July 10 at the Elks Lodge, 1 S Elks Ln, Sierra Vista, (map). Registration/social at 10:30 am. luncheon begins at 11 am. $16 with reservation; walk in - $18. Contact Nancy at esp4youcards@gm​ail.com or 366-0012 RSVP to reserve your spot

PCRC -Pima County Republican Club will meet at 11:30 am., Tues., July 10 at the Sabbar Shrine Temple, 450 S Tucson Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716, United States (map). $12 per person - Lunch from menu and admission.

Central Republican Women of Phoenix will not meet in July. Meetings will resume Thurs., Aug 2. RSVP contact 2nd VP Jan Webb at CRWOP@reservations.org

The Paradise Republican Women’s Club will host a Cavalcade of Candidates July 2 and Aug 1 at Rosati’s Pizza, 18221 N Pima Road in Scottsdale. $10 – all the pizza and salad you can eat.

ATTN Candidates/Campaign Managers: Briefs posts candidate announcements, but does not endorse candidates, nor do we post endorsement statements. – ft

Early Ballots Are Not forwarded by the Post Office, so if you will be out of town and want to participate in the election, you need to send a signed letter to the Maricopa County Recorder, at 111 S. 3rd Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85003 stating your name, your current address, your date of birth, and Voter ID # (if known) and the address to which you want the ballot sent.  It must have a written signature that can be matched with that on the voter registration card on file. If you are not on the Permanent Early Voter List and want a mail-in ballot, you can request an early ballot for the Aug 28 Primary election by phone or mail.  Call 602-506-1511, Mon-Fri between 8 a and 5 pm. to do so by phone or send the written request to the address listed above.  

Important election dates: 

· July 30 – Deadline to register to vote in the Aug 28 Primary election.

· Aug 1 – Early ballots mailed out for the Primary Election

· August 29 - Election Day.  Mailed in ballots must be received at elections office by 7 p.m.

· Oct 9 – Deadline to register to vote in November General Election.

Arizona Firearms Expert Alan Korwin talks about the upcoming student gun control tour and points out adults behind the scenes who are pulling the strings. He says calls for background checks fix nothing. Click HERE**********

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.

Tom Jenney: Americans for Prosperity –AZ: Speak now, or forever hold your peace while very bad things happen to the AZ economy…Talking points for writing a ballot pamphlet argument against the big tax hike.  Make sure the word count is under 300 words.  Only your name and your city will be printed in the pamphlet.  If you know people with struggling small businesses, be sure to tell a personal story about why this tax will hurt them and their employees.

YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ARGUMENT BY JULY 10.I also have a Power Point from our friends at the AZ Free Enterprise Club with instructions on how to submit your arguments to the Secretary of State’s office.  It’s really easy.  You can now submit everything online, and you don’t need to have it notarized. Here  is the site for submitting arguments. ballotarguments.az.gov/ . It’s only $75 to get your name and your brilliant ideas in front of millions of voters…  Note that if by some gracious miracle this awful proposition does not get enough signatures, you’ll be out the money.  But this tax increase will cost you a whole lot more than that!  - Tom Jenney - Senior Legislative Advisor Americans for Prosperity – AZ tjenney@afphq.org (602) 478-0146

Talking points Against Invest in Ed Initiative

• Would nearly double Arizona’s income tax rate to 9%

• Would give Arizona the 5th highest income tax in the country

• Largest permanent tax increase in Arizona history

• Permanently locks in Arizona’s income tax rates, meaning income taxes will never be able to go down

• Will kill small businesses and drive investment and jobs to other states

• Tax is unfair! Top tax rate for small business will be 9%, top corporate tax rate will be 4.9%

• Full of loopholes. None of the money from the tax is even required to be spent in the classroom

• Includes no reforms or accountability on how money will be spent

• Poorly drafted. Guarantees that low and middle-income taxpayers will face a $200 Million dollar tax increase.

• Drafted in secret and backed by radical special interest groups and labor unions.

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ELECTED OFFICALS COMMENTARY

Congressman Andy Biggs voted in favor of HR6157,, the Department of Defense Appropiations Act. He said, "I was pleased to vote in favor of the 2019 Department of Defense Appropriations Act. This legislation supports our ongoing missions to defeat ISIS, enhances our missile defense capabilities, gives our troops another pay raise, and continues to assist with military readiness. I led two vital provisions. The United States will continue to fund the most formidable attack helicopters in the world: the Apache helicopters, which are manufactured in Mesa. We will also fund the National Guard Drug Interdiction Program and Counter-Drug Activities, which are critical to the Arizona National Guard’s efforts to combat illegal drugs and cartels.I look forward to continuing my wholehearted support for our Armed Forces."

Congresswoman Debbie Lesko introduced her first bill (June 28) since being sworn into Congress. H.R. 6259, the Make Education Local Act of 2018, would allow individual states to submit their own education plans, known as a State Management Decision, to the Secretary of Education. After approval by the Department of Education, all federal funding programs would roll into one pot of money for the state to implement their individualized education plan. “Our children are our future, and it is important that each child have access to high-quality education free from Washington mandates,” said Lesko. “Arizonans know their schools better than any bureaucrat. My bill will allow individual states to submit their own education policy plan to the Secretary of Education to free up dollars so funding will go directly to students and teachers instead of being spent to comply with federal regulators. This bill is just the first step in improving and strengthening education in Arizona classrooms. I will continue to work with local leaders and education advocates to do more to improve education for all of our students. We are committed to fixing our entire education system so that it works for each student.” Original cosponsors of H.R. 6259 include Rep. Andy Biggs (AZ-05), Rep. Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04), Rep. Martha McSally (AZ-02), and Rep. David Schweikert (AZ-06). See video Click here

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CANDIDATE COMMENTARY

Editor’s Note: Please keep opinion pieces to 400 words. If extended, they will be subject to editing. Opinions expressed below are not necessarily those of the Briefs. Briefs does not endorse candidates. – ft

Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas – Unfortunately, fighting fake news and false political accusations is part of running for office now. Despite the lies, The State Board of Education repealed Common Core in October, 2015 and replaced it with new standards in December, 2016 after a long fight by me to do so. People saying otherwise are calling me, the Board and the Governor liars when the proof it was repealed and replaced is clear.

I also inherited a department long operated by politicians more interested in their next office than running the Arizona Department of Education (ADE). As the only candidate with a financial background, I was able to implement sweeping changes in ADE that not only reduced administrators and staff, but also corrected grants distributions that had been neglected for decades. Under a plan we submitted to the Feds no schools will lose funding and all dollars went for their intended purpose – helping our most vulnerable students.

We were able as a result of revamping our IT systems to implement current year funding, saving the state over $30 million per year. We also improved our grants processes to allow schools to draw down their funding months earlier than in the past; while insuring the amounts are correctly allocated. This can eliminate the need for districts to take short term loans – saving the taxpayers interest expenses. It’s critical to have someone with financial experience when the primary function of the department is to distribute billions in taxpayer dollars.

The bottom line though is the performance of our students. During my time in office, the vast majority of scores have shown improvement. In fact, the recently released AZ Merit results showed that 16 of 18 grade level scores have increased, some significantly. I will continue to focus, not only on draining the swamp and correcting financial practices at the department, but on supporting parents and getting all students the best possible education.

Parents need a variety of educational choices, outstanding teachers in the classroom, and standards that get back to the important basics of education, not social indoctrination. As we now replace our old Science and Social Studies standards we face the same battles against the education establishment and special interest groups that we faced when repealing and replacing Common Core. I look forward to your support as I continue to fight for the children, parents and citizens of Arizona.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

JULY 2

Connie Uribe, Chairman of the Yuma Chapter of AZRA Chairman/ Yuma County PC: AZRA will host author and anti- National Popular Vote activist Tim Horn at 6 pm., Mon., July 2 at The Crossing Restaurant, 2690 S 4th Avenue. Defeating the NPV Compact has been the focus of our last three meetings, one featuring a presentation by Ardith Hildebrandt and Lynne Breyer on using social media to kill the NPV. Uribe reports chapter numbers are growing and true conservatives are welcome to join. Contact: https://azraaz.com

The Paradise Republican Women’s “Cavalcade of Candidates”, featuring Corporation Commission candidates is scheduled between 6-8 pm, Mon, July 2 at Rosati’s Pizza, 18221 N Pima Road, Scottsdale $10 per person, includes all you can eat pizza and salad. Another forum is scheduled Aug. Details tba. Corp Comm candidates below, left to right, Jim O’Connor, Eric Sloan, Rodney Glassman, and incumbent Justin Olson.

July 3

The Cochise County Republican Executive Committee will met between 4-6 pm., July 3 at 325 W Fry Blvd in Sierra Vista (map). Contact: Telephone: 1+520-417-1000
ccrc@cochiserep​s.com

The Pima County Board of Supervisors will meet at 9 am., Tues., July 3 in the Pima County Adm Blvd, 130 W Congress St., in Tucson. (map)

The Pima County Republican Club luncheon will start at 11:30am, Tues, July 3 at Sabbar Shrine Temple, 450 S Tucson Blvd in Tucson. (map)

Turning Point USA wlll meet at 6:30 pm., Tues.,July 3 at the UofA. more details»

JULY 5

The Green Valley Tea Party and Republican Club of Green Vally/Sahuarita will meet at 9 am., Thurs., July 5 at Friends In Deed, 301 W Camino Casa Verde, Green Valley, (map). Speakers will be Sahuarita Town councilman are Kara Egbert and Heritage Acton Young Republicans activist Nathan Duell and Supt of Public Instruction candidate Tracy Livingston.

JULY 7

Governor Doug Ducey will be the keynote speaker at the Fountain Hills Republican Club Meeting to be held at 9 am., July 7 in the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 North LaMontana Drive.  Registration starts at 8am. Complementary continental breakfast snacks and beverages will be available.  Contact: Rosemary Hansen, President (rbud88@msn.com).  fountainhillsrepublicanclub.org

JULY 10

Republican Women of Prescott will host all Republican candidates running for Arizona Secretary of State at their Tues., July 10 luncheon in the ballroom at the Prescott Resort. Door open at 10:30 am., luncheon at 11:30 am. Display tables will be set up outside of the ballroom. For table space call Anita at 928-443-0464 RSVP for the luncheon to Elsie at 928-778-0235. Contact: Sherrie Hanna, 1st VP programs 928-533-2925

The Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Executive Committee will meet at 7 pm, Tues., July 10 at the AZGOP HQ (instead of the usual first Tuesday of the month).  Contact Cindy Casaus cindy.casaus@gmail.com

or Chairman Chris Herring chrisherringaz@yahoo.com

The Huachuca Area Republican Women's Club will meet at 10:30 am., Tues., July 10 at the Elks Lodge, 1 S Elks Ln, Sierra Vista, (map). Registration/social at 10:30 am. luncheon begins at 11 am. $16 with reservation; walk in - $18.

Contact Nancy at esp4youcards@gm​ail.com or 366-0012 RSVP.

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SEEING RED AZ

· Desperate-Democrat-Party-Uses-Outlaw-Tactics Coordinated Rallies In Favor Of Illegal Immigration, Funded By Leftist Billionaires George Soros And Tom Steyer, Are Taking Place Across The United States Today

· Trusting-Jeff-Flake-On-Supreme-Court-Nominee-Is-A-Fools-Errand Now Claims He Won’t Stall President Trump’s SCOTUS Nominee

· As-If-You-Need-More-Reasons-To-Ditch-The-Arizona-Republic

· Scotus-Hands-Trump-Travel-Vindication-Flake-Fumes

· Joe-Arpaio-Needs-To-View-Larger-Picture-Act-Admirably

AMERICAN FREEDOM BY BARBARA

· Duet of Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra - May 12, 1960

· File Your Taxes on A Postcard: It's Coming in 2019

· AZ Congressman Andy Biggs Votes No on Immigration Bill That Included Amnesty

· AZ Representative Paul Gosar Votes Against Amnesty

· AZ Candidate for Senate Martha McSally Votes for Amnesty

· Watch VIDEO: GOP Releases Toughest Political Ad Showing Democrats Vitriol Against Trump

· Trump Shows Favoritism To Illegals: Americans Kids Are Separated

· 9 US Consulates & One US Embassy In Mexico Where Illegals Can Apply For Asylum

· Illegal With Kids Shouldn't Be A Get Out Of Jail Free Card

ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE

· “Conscience of a Conservative” – Goldwater’s Trumps Flake’s

· We Dare Call It A Conspiracy

· Long-term justice: Younger Supreme Court candidates on Trump's list favored

· More Winning - Supreme Court Rules Against Mandatory Union Fees In Janus V. AFSCME

· VIDEO: "The Plan To Save The World"

· Q's Back...

· Up Next: 1970s-Style Bombings, Warns Progressive

· A Fish Rots From The Head Down

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NEWS LINKS

· Melania-Sees-Picture-Of-Child-Migrant-Says-Stunning-Two-Words

· Agents Seize More Than $1M In Heroin Smuggled Across Border Inside A Tractor Trailer

· Longtime-Southern-Arizonan-Provides-Facts-On-Border-Problems-That-Newcomers-May-Misunderstand

· Liberals In State Of Panic After Justice Kennedy Puts In Resignation

· What-Lincoln-Foresaw-Would-Occur-If-Maxine-Waters-Others-Got-Their-Way-With-Mob-Justice

· Hollywood-Icon: Trump-Possibly-Among-The-Greatest-Presidents-In-History

· Supreme-Court-Wipes-Out-Democratic-Superpacs-Unions

ARIZONA


· Probing Holder: Sunday’s Comic

· Arizona Among The Most Patriotic States

· More Than 150,000 Mexican Citizens Living In U.S. Registered To Vote For July 1 Election

· A Fourth Without Fireworks: Flagstaff Has Been There Before

· Flags To Fly At Half-Staff In Honor Of Yarnell 19

· People Say They’ll Pay Twice What They’re Actually Willing To Spend

· Driver, 5 Undocumented Aliens Arrested After Car Chase

· House Soundly Rejects Last-Ditch Effort To Pass Immigration Reform Bill

· AZ Congressman Andy Biggs Votes No On Immigration Bill That Included Amnesty

· AZ Representative Paul Gosar Votes Against Amnesty

· AZ Candidate For Senate Martha McSally Votes For Amnesty

· It Company Expands To Phoenix, Adds To Arizona’s Booming Tech Sector

· Occasional AZ Visitor, Male Jaguar Killed In Mexico

· GOP Releases Toughest Political Ad Showing Democrats Vitriol Against Trump

· Arizona City Man For Selling Meth Near Elementary School

· Suspect Taken Into Coconino County Custody After Stand Off

· FLOTUS Tours Southwest Key Shelter, Visits Tucson CBP

· Drat! Fentanyl Smuggling Attempt Foiled By Border Patrol

· Ethics Panel Moves Ahead On Probe Of Schweikert Office Finances

· Arizona Law Requires Public Officers, Employees To Avoid Conflicts Of Interest

· Study: Phoenix Region Among Worst For Air Pollution

· Border Patrol Partners With Marine Corps To Rescue Six In Distress

· Maricopa County Inmate Walks Away From Work Detail

· San Luis CBP Officers Seize $156K In Meth

· MVD Adds More Ways To Obtain Travel ID

· Supreme Court Declines To Resolve Confusion On Freedom To Pray

· America, Who The Hell Are We?

· Tucson Woman Nabbed Trying To Smuggle Heroin, Meth

· National Guard Helps Border Patrol In Rescue Of Illegal Immigrants, Stopping Drugs

· Border Patrol Halts Attempted Smuggling Of Meth Worth $203k

WHITE HOUSE

· Trump-Sends-Message-To-Sanctuary-Cities-And-Backs-Our-ICE-Agents-100%

· Leftists-Prepare-Disgusting-Display-Ahead-Of-Trumps-London-Visit-That-Will-Make-Your-Blood-Boil/

· Sanders-Destroys-Reporter-Were-Not-The-Obama-Administration

· Primaries Bring Good News For Trump – Bad News For Crumbling Democrats [Video]

· Zero-Chance: Trump-Answers-Dems-New-Demand-To-Abolish, ICE-Then-He-Shows-He-Has-The-Agents-Backs

CONGRESS

· Congressman-Meadows-Calls-Out-The-FBI-For-Ignoring-Deadlines/

· Waters Can’t Handle Confrontational Journalists

· Unhinged: Democrat Congresswoman Arrested On Capital Hill

· Maxine Waters Threatens To Call The Law On Diamond And Silk [Video]

· Another GOP Rep Tears Into Rosenstein For Biased Agenda

· Rosenstein Now Being Accused Of Hiding Vital Intel Regarding Multiple Investigations
Gowdy Kicks Both Rosenstein And Wray In The Ass - Puts Them Both In Their Place

· House Resolution Gives Rosenstein 7 Days Or Face Impeachment

PROTESTORS

· Loretta Lynch Makes Disturbing Video Encouraging Dems To Fight Back Like Those Before Us: “They’ve Marched…They’ve Bled…And Yes, Some Have Died…

· Hawaiian Judge Who Slapped Down Travel Ban Gets His A** Handed To Him By SCOTUS

SHOOTINGS

· Reasons-Why-The-Media-Will-Drop-Coverage-Of-The-Capital-Gazette-Shooting

SECOND AMENDMENT/GUN CONTROL

· Armed Citizen Perfectly Executes The ‘Dropped Wallet’ Trick Before Blasting Mugger. Watch The Brilliance!

JUDGES/COURTS

· Federal Judge Comes Out Swinging Against Mueller - Knows Manafort Being Used To Get To Trump

· Hawaiian Judge Who Slapped Down Travel Ban Gets His A** Handed To Him By SCOTUS

WAR ON WOMEN/GIRLS

· Grown-Man-Flies-Around-World-To-Get-To-Teen-Girl-Finds-Gun-Packing-Mama-Instead

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