Thursday, February 1, 2018

2-1-18 Briefs

Floating The Net: The main difference between most Obama supporters and most Trump supporters: Trump supporters sign their checks on the front, and the Obama supporters sign their checks on the back.

CALL TO ACTION: Activist Archie Dicksion is calling for supporters of legislation to limit the carriage of proxies to two per political meeting - to be in attendance at 9:30 am., Thurs. Feb 1 in hearing Room 1 as the State Capitol as the House Government Committee begins discussion on HB 2012the proposed bill. The Bill proposes an amendment to Arizona Revised Statute 16-828 to limit the carriage of proxies to only 2. Dicksion asks for those who know how to use the “Request To Speak” feature of the Arizona Legislature to do so to express your support for the measure. If you do not know how to use the Request to Speak feature, the names, email address and telephone number of all of the republican members of the government committee are listed below:

Todd Cloddfelter 602-926-4850

Doug Coleman 602-926-3160

Drew John      602-926-5154

Bob Thorpe     602-926-5219

Michelle B. Ugenti-Rita 602-926-4480

Please call and or email them requesting they support the Bill HB2012. This is important so that we can keep the effort to limit proxy use to a minimum, he said.

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is now accepting electronically filed individual income tax returns for the 2017 tax year.  The deadline for taxpayers to file 2017 taxes is Tuesday, April 17. Officially, it is April 15, but with the date falling on the weekend and with Monday, April 16 being District of Columbia Emancipation Day in Washington D.C., the last day to file tax returns is the 17th of April.

ADOR encourages taxpayers to:

· File early and file electronically to help reduce errors and tax fraud. For the 2016 tax year, about 80 percent of the 3.3 million taxpayers e-filed individual income tax returns, which is faster and more secure.

· Direct deposit refunds.

Other tax filing tips:

· Ensure all the necessary lines and forms are filled out properly. Avoid math errors or miscalculations and don’t forget to sign and date the return.

· Visit to see the list of software providers certified to submit electronically filed returns with the Department. 

· Arizona also offers fillable forms that are online versions of tax forms designed for taxpayers who prefer to prepare their own returns. Arizona forms and instructions are available to print at

· Find income tax instruction booklets on the Department website, at ADOR offices or at a library.

Free tax filing services:

The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program offers free assistance to individuals 50 and older, who can’t afford a tax preparation service, to file federal and Arizona State returns. For more information on AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, go to

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA). The VITA Program offers free tax help to people who generally make $54,000 or less, persons with disabilities and limited English speaking taxpayers. For more information on VITA, go to

Some taxpayers may qualify to e-file under the Arizona Free File Alliance, which is a public-private partnership between ADOR and a consortium of tax preparation software companies. The Free File Program is open to Arizona taxpayers with an adjusted gross income (AGI) of $66,000 or less, are between the ages of 17-50, active duty military or qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Visit or the IRS for more information.

Yesterday the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee (RNC) voted unanimously to confirm Todd Ricketts as the RNC finance chairman. Ricketts, who is a co-owner of the Chicago Cubs, has been a devoted supporter of the Republican Party. “His incredible leadership and proven track record of results will continue to grow support for our Party and ensure we have the resources needed to deliver Republican victories in 2018 and beyond,” said RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. The Republican National Committee will vote to formalize the pick on Friday during the General Session of the RNC’s 2018 Winter Meeting. A bio of Ricketts can be found here.

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel has announced raising $11.1 million in December and $132.5 million overall in 2017. "Our strong fundraising numbers reflect voters’ optimism and continued support as President Trump fulfills his promises to the American people," said McDaniel. "In his first year, President Trump delivered a historic tax cut to the middle-class, slashed regulations, and grew our economy. We look forward to electing more Republican leaders to Congress who will support President Trump's winning agenda on behalf of the American people."
RNC Fundraising Fast Facts:
Receipts for December 2017: $11.1 million
Receipts for 2017: $132.5 million
Total cash on hand: $38.8 million
Debt: $0
RNC vs DNC in 2017:
RNC more than doubled the DNC: $132.5M vs. $65.9M
RNC has six times more cash on hand than the DNC
RNC has $38.8M net cash, DNC has $423K
RNC has $0 debt, DNC has $6.1M

The Maricopa County Recorder's Office has mailed ballots to the 324,728 early voters in Congressional District 8.  Ballots take three to five days to arrive in mailboxes. They must be mailed back with a signature on the green envelope by Feb. 21. They can be dropped off at any voting location until Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. Independent early voters can request which party ballot they want mailed to them at until Feb. 16.  CD8 is having a special election to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Congressman Trent Franks - that occurred more than six months before the regularly scheduled election. The Primary Election will be held on February 27, 2018 and the General Election will be held on April 24, 2018, according to the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office. A calendar of important election dates is available at

· Request a party ballot (Independent voters):

· What District am I in?:

· Polling Location Locator:

· The voter registration deadline is set 29 days before Election Day.

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It’s Time To Get Signed Up For The Annual AZ Heroes To Hometowns will Salute A Soldier 5K Run or 1 Mile Walk scheduled at 9am, Sat., March 10. Packet pickup day of race starting at 8am at Freestone Park, 1045 E Juniper Road in Gilbert. $40 5K Run. $30.00 5K Run for Military or $25 for 1 Mile Walk. Registration at events/48183653/select-race? or Register early and receive a $10 discount on the 5K by using code SAS10– good until Feb 1, 2018. Military use MIL05 for $5 off until Feb 1. Contact Kathy Pearce @ or AZ Heroes to Hometowns P. O. BOX 31646, Mesa, AZ 85275.

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LD 20 State Committeeman Marianne Ferrari’s Open Letter to Representatives Clark, Clodfelter, Coleman, John, Martinez, Thorpe, Salman and Ugenti-Rita: At our AZGOP Mandatory Meeting, this past Saturday, approximately 550 people were present, either "in person or by proxy"--a small turnout. To Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita: Special thanks for being the sponsor of HD 2012. Unfortunately, well over 300 proxies were carried by a small group of state committeemen, many of whom are known to routinely carry huge stacks of proxies to every annual meeting. One LD chairman is reported to carry 120 proxies to every annual state meeting. The implications of such an action, in terms of controlling a large part of the vote, are very concerning.

In fact, unsurprisingly, the candidates who allied with the leadership of the AZGOP won every single office, on Saturday. The outcome was preordained and totally controlled by the proxy holders, period. That kind of one-sided outcome is exactly what HB2012 has been written to prevent, by limiting proxy carrying to no more than 2 proxies per person. In Arizona, we are on record as not taking it kindly to disenfranchise people, via ballot harvesting. That's why the legislature voted to prevent it in our statewide elections, a couple of years ago.

It is time, now—indeed past time—to prevent ballot harvesting or control of election outcomes, via proxies, by passing HD2012. Representatives Clark, Clodfelter, Coleman, John, Martinez, Thorpe, Salman and Ugenti-Rita, it would be unjust, and a travesty of huge proportions to allow this bill to founder on your watch.

Activist Francine L Romesburg: Per usual operating fiasco procedures, Saturday’s so called State meeting was no different.  I feel sorry for new PCs who’ve never attended a State meeting before.  Very Poor representation of what a real PC is and what their responsibilities as a PC is.  Those offended at my calling it ‘communist’ style, tough.  Get over it!  Pay attention to what you hear, see, and are forced to do at these meetings.  The ‘Party’ dictates to all of us what to do, how to do it, and when to do it.  Elitists wearing wolf’s/republican clothing.

First - Huge Cudos to Archie Dicksion, Gabby Mercer, Vera  Anderson, Ren Ramsey, Joe Neglia, Tim Horn, Jim Dutton, and Itasca Small for their honest PC efforts to get real business done even with Elites hardcore RINOS overrules not wanting right items getting accomplished, ie: Got so called ‘required’ signatures from attending PCs to get a resolution heard and voted on.  This group of Patriotic Activists stood strong; won some of the battles winning for We The People PCs.   Due to By-Law & rule fights on inconsistencies from outdated/corrupt verbage Elitist RINOS took up majority of the meeting, clarification on a vote,  3 time vote for a ‘Sgt at Arms’;  how crazy is that especially with Electronic voting.  We all know that can be rigged.  We’ve all seen it done before. Too many speeches. I ran a Candidates table outside, going inside every so often. I talked to many who were disgusted with the whole process.  I’ve been involved in State By-Law, Rules Committees and local LD By-Law, Rules Committees.  I can attest to the waste of time/getting nothing accomplished.  Years ago state By-laws/Rules committees sort of accomplished something.   Grammatical changes, to - too, or to - the, are not productive.  Don’t accomplish anything. 

The Meeting process, both County and State need to be revamped including both By-Laws and Rules.  This CAN NEVER happen if we PCs leave it up to the RINOs currently in offices.  See what happened to Conservative office holder Gabby Mercer – she wasn’t allowed to do her job.  Do away with Committees; have ‘open’ meetings, less speeches, let PCs speak, bring up items, hash it out; vote, get it done.  No overly details allowed.  Free PCs to run meetings using Roberts Rule of Order w/Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer.

Maricopa County Republican Chairman Chris Herring: Last night President Trump demonstrated real leadership with his exceptional State of the Union address.  President Trump outlined the many successes that he and the Congress have achieved including comprehensive tax reform which resulted in millions of dollars being infused into the economy, putting America’s interests first, as well as a booming stock market and record low unemployment numbers. In addition to outlining the numerous achievements he and Republicans have accomplished; President Trump also expressed his renewed commitment to keeping additional campaign promises regarding healthcare and immigration. There’s no doubt that President Trump is leading our great nation in the right direction.  According to a CBS poll, 75% of State of the Union viewers approved of his speech, and 65% said they felt proud, and 35% said they feel safer with President Trump.  It’s hard not to be proud of our growing economy and renewed successes with the Global War on Terror, but somehow, Democrats failed to applaud or recognize any of these accomplishments.

Therein lies the problem.  The Democrats are opposed to the President and his agenda, regardless of whether it benefits the American people.  They are putting the interests of non-Americans ahead of our own citizens – even our soldiers and servicemen! The Democrats have made their number one priority retaking Congress and notably, the House of Representatives. We can’t let that happen. We are recruiting, organizing, and equipping a grassroots army that is fighting back. These volunteers are committed to defending all existing seats and taking additional districts in 2018. Please consider donating today and supporting President Trump’s agenda by helping us to provide our members with the tools they need to keep Maricopa County Red.

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US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward: Citing the importance of helping voters understand where all Arizona candidates for U.S. Senate stand on key issues, Republican Ward has today proposed a series of debates to be held throughout Arizona leading up to the August 28 primary election. Ward called for a series of monthly debates to be held across the state and hosted by newspapers, television, and radio stations in each market that will cover the full range of issues discussed. "We've seen a lot of distractions and gridlock in Congress lately, so here in our state, we should have public debates that will help focus the attention on the issues Arizona voters are most concerned about," Ward said in proposing the debates. "Taxes, spending, the economy, jobs, debt, immigration, education, security, and America's role in the world are all on Arizonans' minds -- we should examine each of these topics thoroughly.It's important that we respect the voters by moving the debate beyond the soundbites and inevitable television ads that dominate far too much of today's political campaigns," said Ward. "Issue-focused debates that provide voters the opportunity to ask questions, get in-depth answers on the issues of the day, and go beyond the everyday media filter to learn more about each of the candidates on stage will benefit everyone."
Proposed debate format:

· Series of six debates to be held in March-August (roughly one debate per month)

· Partner with local and national media outlets on each event

· At least one debate held on radio and one on a major social media platform

· Sixty to ninety-minute total length formats

· At least two of the six to focus on specific themes of issues to allow greater depth of discussion

· Minimum threshold of public polling support to qualify for the series

CD3 candidate Sergio Arellano: People are talking about President Donald Trump's State of the Union speech. The air is filled with the noise of pundits. Lost in the noise are the stories of the amazing people in attendance. Ms. Pamela Foster was the guest of Rep. Andy Biggs. Foster is source of inspiration for the AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act. She lost her precious 11-year-old daughter, Ashlynne Mike, in May of 2016. Ashlynne and her nine-year-old brother, Ian, were abducted by a stranger on the Navajo Nation reservation. Ian escaped. After walking miles, he was rescued by a good Samaritan and eventually led authorities to his sister who was found tragically sexually assaulted and murdered. The indomitable spirit of Foster led to the creation of the AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act. According to Biggs, "had Indian Country been included as partners in the AMBER Alert Plans, law enforcement could have rescued Ashlynne in time, and she might still be alive today."

Southern Arizona is comprised of miles of rural and reservation land, yet we have heard little from Congressman Raul Grijalva on the lack of accessibility to technology and services. That is why I am running to replace him. Grijalva has neglected the needs of the people of CD3. I grew up in CD3. I know the people of CD3, and I share their hopes for a bright future. The people of CD3 deserve to be heard, and I want to be their voice. To be that voice, I must listen first. I intend to spend my time in this race listening to the people rather than have them listen to me.

● People have grown tired of the same old rhetoric.

● They want solutions not insults.

● They want Washington to work for them or get out of their way.  We are running a race that honors the people of CD3.

● A race that reflects their values and embodies their dreams. As someone who has actually fought in the trenches, I refuse to fight in the mud.

● I will not focuses on the current representative and his shortcomings and failures .

I am a:

● Decorated Army Combat Veteran

● Continental School District School Board Member

● Advocate For Veterans

● Political Activist

With your help and support, we are unstoppable and we will be heard.

US Senator Dr. Kelli Ward: I'm not interested in being “just another senator” in Washington, D.C. My mission is to transform a broken institution by bringing common sense and a hands-on philosophy to the U.S. Senate. Frankly, I'm fed up with career politicians who lack the courage to fight, and who sit on the sidelines while we run trillion-dollar deficits. Beginning on my first day in office, I will be a champion for “America First” policies that reignite the American economy, eliminate job-killing regulations and improve the life and liberty of every American.

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The Palo Verde Republican Women will meet Wed., Feb 21 at the Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 E Thompson Peak Parkway, The Fairway House with speaker Gayla Coletto who wil address "Little-Known But Important Stories of Events Leading to Our Constitution." 11 am social, 11:30 am program/lunch. Cost: $35. Reservations required: use

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) will be attending a rally for Dr. Kelli Ward at 5 pm., Fri., Feb 16 at the Embassy Suites Conference Center, 5100 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, Arizona 85250. Details/tickets: rally-with-rand-tickets

Coffee with District 3 Supervisor Bill Gates is scheduled at 8 am., Thur., Feb 8 at 19 North Community Plaza, 1829 W Northern Ave., Phx. with Matt Gress, Director of the Governor's Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting.

Coffee with District 3 Supervisor Bill Gates will be held at noon, Feb 20 at the Daisy Mountain Fire Department Station 145, 1120 W. Desert Hills Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85086

The Maricopa County Recorder's Office will hold a series of information sessions about the upcoming Congressional District 8 Special Primary Election Congressional District 8 is having to fill a vacancy that occurred more than six months before the regularly scheduled election. The Primary Election will be held on February 27, 2018 and the General Election will be held on April 24, 2018. A calendar of important election dates is available at electioncalendar.aspx. The next session, which follows a public feedback session held earlier this month, will be on held:

· Feb 13 from 6-7 pm in the Municipal Court Building, 14455 W. Van Buren St. Ste B101, Goodyear, AZ 85338

· North Valley, date/location tba

Election Department staff will be available to answer questions. Maricopa County Recorder public events can be found at Polling locations for voters in this election may be different from previous elections. The current map of polling locations, approved by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, is available at CD8pollinglocationplan.aspx. An online polling site locator tool will be available at later this month.



The Colorado River Tea Party will meet with CD3 candidate Sergio Arellano at 6 pm., Thur., Feb 1 at the Community Christ Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. Arellano is challenging Democraft incumbent Raul Grijalva.

Northwest Conservatives will host LD1 a ‘Meet The Candidate’ evening with CD1 candidate Tiffany Shedd and AZ Supt of Public Instruction candidate Frank Riggs at 6 pm., Feb 1 in the Oro Valley Library, 1305 W Naranja Dr., Oro Valley, AZ 85737.


The Maricopa County Board of Health will conduct a public meeting at 1:30 pm, Fri., Feb 2 in the Board of Supervisors’ conference room, 10th floor, 301 W Jefferson St in Phoenix, to approve initiation of regulatory change to Maricopa County Air Pollution Control Regulation III - AQ-2016-004-Rule 320 (Odors and Gaseous Air Contaminants). The Maricopa County Air Quality Department (department) is proposing to revise Rule 320 regarding manure removal/handling and transportation regulations. Save Tonopah Oppose Poultry Plant (STOPP), will be in attendance to present their case against the rule changes, according to spokesman Dan Mack. See summary of the rulemaking Active-Regulatory-Process You may comment at Regulatory-Outreach-17/Citizen-Comments


The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Saturday, Feb 3 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd.  All Republicans from the Sun Cities and surrounding areas are invited. A $2 donation helps defray the room rental. Coffee and donuts available before the meeting. Since 2018 is an election year, the club will host forums from January to June where Republican candidates Jim O’Connor, Justin Olson and Rodney Glassman will be given an opportunity to present an opening statement and then have a Q&A period.  This month we will have the candidates for the office of Az Corporation Commission. See website,, or call Publicity Chairman Jean Goncalves 623-214-8010.


The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club dinner meeting is scheduled at 6:15 pm., Mon., Feb 5 at the Millennium -McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale. Spouses invited. 5:30 pm – meet and greet, 6 pm – business meeting, 6:15 – dinner, and 7 pm program featuring Secretary of State Michele Reagan. $35 per person. Checks made out to LRWC should be mailed to Patricia Kaufman, 7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250, RVSP by Feb 1. Contact: 480-368-2777 or

RidersUSA will host a free session on “Domestic Terrorist Group,” featuring Homeland Security Advisory board member Dr. Charles Loftus, at 7 pm., Mon. Feb 5 at the Elks Lodge, 2320 S Hardy Drive in Tempe. The 30 year law enforcement officer teaches domestic terrorism and counter –terrorism at ASU. Contact:


Environmental Day at the Capitol is scheduled Wed., Feb 7 at 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix.


The Arizona Corporation Commission Workshop on Code of Ethics is scheduled at 10 am., Thur., Feb 8 in Hearing Room One, Arizona Corporation Commission, 1200 W Washington St, First Floor in Phoenix. For a live broadcast feed or archived videos:

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Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate or Representatives Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, hold them accountable:

Senator John McCain (R- AZ)



Senator Jeff Flake (R- AZ)



Rep Tom O’Halleran (D1)



Rep Martha McSally (R2)



Rep Raul M. Grijalva (D3)



Rep Paul A. Gosar (R4)



Rep Andy Biggs (R5)



Rep David Schweikert (R6)



Rep Reuben Gallego (D7)



(R8) vacant



Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D9)




Congressman Andy Biggs’ on President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address

Congressman Biggs' on Missing FBI Text Messages

Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio: We have launched the Responsible Budgets Initiative for the City of Phoenix, and the response has been amazing! Our supporters are out now gathering signatures and going door-to-door throughout Phoenix to educate people about this critical effort, and they are reporting back to me that the reception – no matter where they are and who they are talking to – has been tremendously positive. That’s because Responsible Budgets is simple, yet powerful.

· Requires the City to use real world accounting, accurate life expectancy, and historical rates of return when calculating our pension debt.  Right now, not one single person at City Hall even knows how much we owe.

· Caps new spending growth to population plus inflation.

·  Exempts police and fire.

· Pays down our $4 billion pension debt with excess funds.

·  Ends pensions for politicians.

With almost 3,000 signatures gathered in just a few days, citizens are sending a clear message to City Hall – it’s time to stop kicking the can down the road, fix this mess, and make sure we keep the promises we’ve made. 602-262-7491


· Insufferable-Libs-Can’t-Get-Past-Their-Venomous-Anti-Trumpism President Trump Radiates Optimism In State Of The Union Speech

· Trumps-Myriad-Triumphs-To-Be-Showcased-In-State-Of-The-Union

· Mexican-Troops-Aim-To-Quell-Violence-After-Record-25000-Murders/


· Rep-Gowdy-Leaving-Politics-Not-Seeking Re-Election

· President-Trumps-SOTU-Address-75% Approval By Viewers

· US-Rep-Justin-Amash-On-President-Trumps SOTU Address

· ICYMI: President-Trump-Delivers-State-Of The Union – video


· My Perspective: The Day We Began To Take-Back Our Party!

· Add RINOs To Most Unpopular, Controversial, Polarizing Brands Rankings

· FBI Reels As Speaker Ryan Backs Release Of Damning Memo, Says ‘Covering Up Mischief’ Worse


· Voters Think Trump More Likely To Achieve Speech Goals Than Most Presidents

· Number Of Married Couples With Kids Hits 56-Year Low

· Joe-Biden Admits He Manipulated Thejustice System Of Foreign Country - With $1B Of US Money

· Barack-Obama-Should-Have-Been-Impeached-And-All-Media-Guns-Are-Aimed-Trump

· Trump Celebrates America At SOTU, Dems Sulk

· Democrats Attending Trump's SOTU Should Be Most Embarrassed By Their 'Non-Response' To ...

· Court Sides With Fireman Fired For His Faith

· Democratic Elected Official Busted In Embarrassing FBI Sting Operation

· Judicial Watch: There Is 'Enough Evidence' To Arrest Hillary Clinton NOW

· 2 Texts Show Top FBI Officials Were Scared To Death Of Hillary - Guess Why?


· Arizona-Lawmaker-Seeks-Resignation-In-Sex-Harassment-Case

· Rep Don-Shooter's ‘Pattern’ Of Sexual Harassment Patterns Revealed

· Four-Key-Takeaways-From Rep-Don-Shooter-Sexual-Harassment-Report/

· Former- Publisher-Says-Of-AZ-Lawmakers-Inappropriate-Remark; ‘It-Was-Gross

· Arizona House Sexual Harassment Report Out, Shooter Expected To Follow

· Arizona-Lawsuit: Plan-To-Recover-Endangered-Mexican-Wolves-Is-Flawed

· John-McCains-Son-Jack-Says-Every-Day-Dad-Sounds-Better-Than-Day-Before

· Several-AZ-Lawmakers-On-Train-That-Crashed-Into-Truck-In-VA

· Deer-Valley-Unified-School-District-Officials-No-Scabies-Outbreak-At-School

· Arizona Politicos Tweet On SOTU [POLL]

· Crowd-Reacts-After-Streaker-Runs-Across-Field-At-Phoenix-Open

· MCSO-Announces-Recall-Seatbelt-Installations-In Sun-Cities

· Family Reunites With Agent Who Saved 2-Year Old

· Gov-Ducey-Signs-Legislation-Combating-Opioid-Epidemic/

· What-Happens-In Emergency-If-You-Can’t-Hear-See-Official-Warnings

· Department Finds Lead Contamination On Trust Land, Study States Neighboring Peoria Shooting Facility As Source

· Court-Orders-Precious-Metals-Broker-Pay-Purchasing-Scam/

· John-McCain-Misses-State-Union-Speech; January-Goal-Returning-Senate

· Bill-Would-Prohibit-Offensive-Native-American-Logos-Terms-Arizona-Stadiums

· Gosar Flake Duel On Twitter Over Illegal Immigrants At SOTU

· Arizona Man Says He Sold Ammunition To Las Vegas Shooter

· Judge Tosses School Voucher Expansion Vote Case

· 'Gray Water' Gets Reused At Waste Management Phoenix Open

· Yuma Border Patrol Agents Arrest DACA Recipient

· College-Board-Elects-Leadership/

· Bill Would Limit Marketing, Publishing Information About Medical-Marijuana Dispensaries

· New-A-10-Wings-To-Be-Included-In-Fy19-Budget-In-Response-To-Mcsally-Request

· Tribes-Say-No-Thanks-To-Plan-For-Scaled-Back-Bears-Ears-Monument

· Nikola Motor Company To Invest $1 Billion To Manufacture Innovative New Technology In Arizona

· Security For Waste Management Phoenix Open Is Massive Operation

· Tribes Say ‘No Thanks’ To Plan For Scaled-Back Bears Ears Monument

· Rally By State Capitol… Recognizes Arizona Being Rated Number-One Pro-Life State

· Yuma Agents Rescue Honduran National From Drowning
Yuma Agents Near Blythe Seize More Than $90,000 In Heroin
Nogales CBP Officers Seize Over $306K In Meth Over A Busy Weekend

· Gosar To DOJ & Capitol-Police-Arrest-Illegal-Aliens-Attending-SOTU Speech


· ACLU Complains: "Trump Used The Word 'America' More Than 80 Times"

· Bogus Racist Claims Against Trump

· Palestinians-Threaten-Trump-By Burning Him In Effigy After He Cut Off Aid

· Polls Show A Majority Of Americans Approved Of Trump's SOTU Speech, Most Tweets Ever

· Hillary-Clinton Releases Statement On Sexual Harassment Colleague Just Before Trump SOTU

· Rep-Luis-Gutierrez-Appears To Walk-Out-Of SOTU As Chants Of ‘USA!’ Erupt/

· Heated Debate: Tucker Challenges Dem Rep On Leaving Open Seat For Deportee At SOTU

· Trump Gives A Shouts Out Steve Scalise — The House Chamber's Reaction Is AMAZING

· Melania-Trump-Makes Fashion-Waves With State Of The Union Appearance


· Mitch McConnell: Trump's First Year Was 'Best One For Conservatives' Since I've Been In Senate

· Rep-Tim-Ryan-Forced-Explain-Why-He’s-Honoring-Deported-Man

· Michelle_Malkin: An_Unfond_Farewell_To_UN_Statesman_Orrin_Hatch


· Trey-Gowdy-Not-Seeking-Reelection


· New-FBI-Director-Shocked-Core-Abuses-Previous-Leadership

· Judicial Watch: McCabe 'Used FBI Resources' For His Democrat Wife's Campaign


· 'Legend From Louisiana': Trump Honors 2017's American Heroes At State Of The Union


· Obama-Appointed-Judge-Makes-Mockery-Law-Rules-Illegals-Constitutional-Right/

· Michelle_Malkin: Dreamers_And_Demons


· Liberal-Prof-Theres-No-Evidence-Collusion-Ive-Never-Seen-Media-Malpractice