Tuesday, February 6, 2018

2-6-18 Briefs

Legislative Alert: HB2012, a bill that is offered to amend ARS 16-828 to limit the use of proxies at Arizona Political meetings is scheduled for hearing AT 9:30 am., Thur., Feb 8, in Hearing Room 1 at the Arizona State Legislature, 1700 W Washington in Phoenix. Supporters of the anti-proxy legislation are urged to attend this hearing and make your voice heard - that it is time to bring an end to the use of unlimited proxies to control party meetings, said anti-proxy leader Richard Dicksion. The legislators that support this legislation need to know you stand behind them. If you cannot attend, let the legislators know you support the bill by giving them a call or send them an email. The legislators can be reached as follows:

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. – Contact Dicksion at

Summary Of Drought For Arizona Abnormal dryness or drought are currently affecting approximately 6,393,000 people in Arizona, which is about 100% of the state's population.

LD13 Precinct Committeemen in Yuma County will select three candidate names to be forwarded to the Yuma County Board of Supervisors for selection to fill the vacancy resulting for the removal of Rep. Don Shooter as a state legislator. The Yuma PCs will meet at the Goodwill Center, 3097 S 8th Ave in Yuma at 6 pm., Thurs., Feb 8.

LD18 will meet with US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward at 7 pm., Wed., Feb 7 at the Mountain View Lutheran Church, according to chairman Ed Pelligrino. They will not be serving dinner at this meeting. Contact Pelligrino at (602) 363 2253 LD18 GOP

Long time Clerk of the Court Michael Jeanes retired on Mon, Feb 5. To ensure continuation of services in the office, Presiding Judge Janet Barton signed a local administrative order naming the Clerk’s Chief Deputy Chris Kelly as interim Clerk, pending the governor’s appointment of a Clerk. Kelly has been the office’s Chief Deputy for 12 years and she will return to those duties exclusively when the governor appoints a new Clerk from among the candidates who applied. Thank you for your many years of service, Michael Jeanes!

ATTN GOP Contested Statewide Candidates: You are invited to participate in the Sun City West Republican Club Candidate Forums on the 1st Sat. of each month at the Foundation Building 14465 W. RH Johnson, SCW, AZ 85375. Doors open at 8 am; meeting starts promptly at 8:30am.. The Statewide Treasurer’s Forum is scheduled March 3. All candidates accepting the invitation to participate are asked to send a short bio and photo to or call 623-322-9979 SCW will be hosting Secretary of State candidates in April. These Forums are open to announced candidates only. About SCW members attended the February forum for the Arizona Corporation Commission candidates.

AZGOP Executive Director Matt Kenney has announced the AZGOP is taking applications for conservative leaders in Arizona to work full time through the 2018 election cycle. If interested, are invited to attend the 9 am., Sat., Feb 17 Political Operative Training at AZGOP headquarters, 3501 N 24th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016 apply here

Motorists Traveling State Highways between Holbrook and the East Valley this week may see a caravan that includes Pony Express re-enactment riders carrying mail along state highways. The 60th annual Hashknife Pony Express ride is scheduled to begin in Holbrook at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7, and reach Old Town Scottsdale at high noon on Friday, Feb. 9. On Wednesday, riders with the Navajo County Sheriff’s Posse will travel along State Route 77 south of Holbrook to SR 377 and SR 277 to reach the Heber-Overgaard post office at about 11:30 am. They will then travel along SR 260 to the Payson post office, arriving at about 4:45 pm. On Thursday, the Hashknife horsemen will ride along SR 87 from Payson to reach the Fountain Hills post office at about 3 pm.The final leg on Friday, from Fort McDowell to Scottsdale, will take them south on SR 87 to the Arizona Canal, where riders will head west to end the 200-mile trip at Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West. Law enforcement officers will provide a safety escort for the riders, who will hand off the mail bags every mile of the relay route. The riders will travel along the edge of the highway or shoulder. Motorists shouldn’t stop along the highway to photograph riders. Highway shoulders are for emergencies only. More information

Arizona’s National Republican Committeeman Bruce Ash sponsored this resolution at the NRC Winter meeting last week. Ash said, “I was main sponsor on support of SB 14 on “No budget—No pay” which is a forfeiture of salary from October deadline until a budget is passed. NO retroactive salary paid if budget is late. POTUS actually supports bill as well as both GOP and D members.”

Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 14 And The Elimination Of Continuing Resolutions

· WHEREAS, one of the primary responsibilities of the United States Congress is to pass a fiscal budget in a timely fashion; AND

· WHEREAS, the U.S. Federal Government was shut down again on January 20, 2018 due to a failure to pass a budget after passing three prior continuing resolutions to keep the government funded ; and

· WHEREAS, the U. S. Congress has by one calculation, for the last twenty years , had an average of at least 5 continuing resolutions per year causing instability and uncertainty for the government, for our citizens and for our partners and allies around the world ; AND

· WHEREAS, continuing resolutions and the lack of a timely passed fiscal budget affect our national security, our economy, and services to the most vulnerable Americans; AND

· WHEREAS, continuing resolutions and the lack of a timely passed fiscal budget create additional expenses passed on to taxpayers.


· RESOLVED, the Members of the Republican National Committee believe that the taxpayers of The United States are entitled to a budget which is submitted timely and developed in the best interests of its citizens; AND

· RESOLVED, the Members of the Republican National Committee support legislation which would eliminate the use of continuing resolutions; AND

· RESOLVED, The U.S. Congress effectively suspend pay for all members if a concurrent fiscal budget is not passed and presented to the President for signature by October 1 of each year until a budget is signed into law as proposed under S.14, No Budget, No Pay Act, of the 115th Congress ( 2017-2018 ).

AZRRT CALL TO ACTION  By Jose Borrajero To learn more about how the legislative process works, go to FROM BILL TO LAW
To get detailed information on any bill of your choosing, go to BILL INFORMATION
Upcoming action on bills we are tracking. It is impossible for most people to respond to all of them. Simply choose those bills that are most important to you and phone or email with your “yes” or “no” opinion, depending on your wishes. If bill is in committee, use “Request to Speak” at AZPEOPLESLOBBYIST-ALIS
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See yesterday’s full Bill chart at 2-5-18-briefs.

The Apache Trout, One Arizona’s Two Native Trout, are returning to lakes and streams in the White Mountains by May. The Arizona Game and Fish Department is scheduled to stock around 55,000 Apache trout of a catchable size from its Silver Creek Hatchery from May through September. Stockings could not occur in 2017 due to federal hatcheries having tested positive for Bacteria Kidney Disease (BKD). The state relies on federal hatcheries to supply the eggs necessary to raise Apache trout. This year, AZGFD is expecting to receive about 200,000 Apache trout eggs. AZGFD has around 100,000 Apache trout eggs (BKD free) at its Tonto Creek Hatchery that came from Williams Creek National Fish Hatchery and are scheduled to be stocked next year:

AZGFD typically stocks Apache trout into Lee Valley Reservoir, East Fork of the Black River, West Fork of the Black River (campground), West Fork of the Little Colorado River at Sheep Crossing (below Mt. Baldy), West Fork of the Little Colorado River in Greer, and Upper Silver Creek.

Notes From Readers

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Political Activist Lolly Hathhorn:  “I wish that John McCain would shut up and stay home, and stay out of the President’s way.  He also needs to put a ‘D’ after his name rather than an ‘R’.  How sad to see this gray headed, wrinkly old man still trying to make policy.  It is time that he stays home and keeps his tater trap shut.  Let’s all send him a ‘Thank You’ letter and ask him to stay home permanently.  With Republicans (?)  like him, who needs enemies?  He and toothy Flake need to take a trip together.  Some remote island, maybe?  Just saying.  God Bless America, my President Donald J. Trump and the great State of AZ.  In GOD we trust.

Connie Uribe, Yuma County PC: In the wake of Rep. Don Shooter’s expulsion, you may be anxiously waiting to see who will replace him. Remember, Shooter had a reputation as a fiscal conservative. His replacement will be chosen by the Yuma County Board of Supervisors from a list of three candidates selected by Yuma County Republican Committee PCs from LD13. I can’t submit my name because I’m in LD4. The Board is composed of three Democrats and two Republicans now, thanks to former Board Member Greg Ferguson and former GOP Chair Phil Townsend. Their radio ads supported Democrat Lynne Pancrazi, my opponent. Also, they supported Darren Simmons (R) in the Primary against incumbent Russ Clark (R,) a known conservative and Chairman of the Board. With GOPe backing, Simmons prevailed and Clark was defeated. The same group held a fundraiser for Congressman Paul Gosar’s opposition. What we’ll see is the GOPe controlling that seat unless the elected PCs in LD13 choose three truly conservative candidates, and I don’t predict that will happen. I’m not defending Shooter’s behavior, but any action taken should be limited to him and not taken out on the people.

State Committeeman George Taylor: Not only have Democrats become so extreme in their political views, they have now breached all legal firewalls and are willing to pursue any and all means to achieve their desired outcome, including breaking the law.  This explains a lot of what we are seeing on immigration.  What’s so dangerous is that they are attempting to do the law breaking in the courts and the “4th branch” so that they are inoculated from constitutional checks and elections.  Now they are nullifying Article I power of oversight and Article II presidential powers over executive personnel.  See The real-constitutional-crisis from the FBI scandal

Activist Stephen Sivigliano: I am not an avid reader, because reading anything more than a page long, makes me drowsy and detached from the material.  However, for those who don't have that problem, try "The Octopus of Global Control" by Charley Robinson . It is probably an eye-opener, as opposed to "drowsy" readers.  Are we really on our way to a human catastrophe?  Let's hope not.

PC Diane Ortiz-Parsons: For the first time since the inception of the Maricopa County Community College system conservative Republicans have gained control of the governing board and what a difference it makes for taxpayers. Board President Laurin Hendrix, Jean McGrath, Johanna Haver and Tracy Livingston previously voted to end union control of the District by forcing the elimination of “Meet and Confer”, a popular process by union leaders to dictate policies for the employees and replace it with “Interest Based Negotiations” so that all employees can directly provide input to the Board without any union filtration or retaliation. Now, the Board is continuing with its excellent tradition of looking out for the taxpayer. After examining the exorbitant cost of the football program and potential for lawsuits related to brain trauma injuries the board has decided to direct the administration to eliminate this expensive program that could lead to serious financial consequences for taxpayers. Football in the community college district has less than 3% participation rate with a cost of more than 20% of the athletic budget and fifty percent of the insurance premiums paid by the District. The potential for lawsuits now that brain injury related to football is becoming more widely known makes the community college district vulnerable to lawsuits for years to come. I love football, but without significant boosters, football is just not cost efficient at the community college level. Maybe, just maybe, without the football program, we could look into reducing the students' tuition! Please continue to encourage our MCCCD Governing Board and call their office 480-731-8358.

Irene Littleton, Arizona Voter Registration Drive Chairman: I would like to thank all the folks that have been working hard on voter registration in their area. Always remember, you can't GOTV without registered voters! You can pick out PND and Independent voters in your area to identify for voter registration from your registered voters disc from your Recorder's office. Remember, some folks don't even know they are PNDS! We need to attend local events with a voter registration table. Do you have local fairs or such events? Be there ready to register voters. Some folks have recently moved to the area and have not registered, or want to change information. Check with your local schools. Some schools will allow you to speak in Civics classes. Just make sure you get the rules. You will never know until you ask! What else can you do? Use your imagination! Voter registration is not a one-time shot, we need to be diligent and search out folks to register. This is truly the most important midterm elections we have had for a long while. We can not let the Dems take any of our seats. Voter registration is the most important part of the plan. In the process of voter registration, you should be working with your RLI representative to insure that the updated information gets into the system. There have been a few Counties that have greatly increased their voter registration, be one of the winners, pitch in and register Republican voters! If you have any questions, or need any information, please let me know.

Randy Miller PC LD21: CD8 candidate Phil Lovas was appointed to a term in the Arizona legislature in 2013, he wasn’t elected by the people to represent them. In my view, his history has not demonstrated dedication and loyalty.  He used taxpayer money to run for two additional terms, and then quit on his commitment to the people during his second elected term to take a job with the federal government that paid more.  Shortly after accepting this, he quit to work on the Trump Campaign for Arizona.  Was this a calculated political move? While a legislator, he put forth bills and resolutions to increase requirements for constitutional amendments from a simple majority to 60%; change Arizona to Day Light Savings time; and mandate Arizona tax payers fund “emergency” responses that affect military operations to local bases. (This is federal jurisdiction, not ours) I honestly don’t understand this logic as do others since they were held in committee. Mr. Lovas demonstrated great confusion in his second term by proposing two separate bills, one violating the constitutional boundaries of government in HB2103.  This bill gave continued recognition to federally strict constraints on firearm ownership and carry. It was signed by Governor Ducey.   HB2517, an excellent bill, acknowledged 2nd amendment rights and government limitations on registration and permitting.  HB2517 was vetoed by Governor Brewer, who endorsed Debbie Lesko.  Does accepting an endorsement show agreement in policy of those by the endorser?  Political greed maybe? Then in 2016 with HB2446 signed by Governor Ducey; Phil Lovas and Steve Montenegro, again hand over control of your 2nd amendment rights to the Federal Government and the IRS, by conceding to the dictates of the National Firearms Act. This is another demonstration that these people aren’t constitutionally aware and pose a danger to your freedoms and liberties. Washington is out of control and needs knowledgeable, strong, committed people that understand the risks we face in today’s political arena. Lovas is running a campaign on the coat tails of President Trump.  He hasn’t been endorsed, yet litters our streets with images of him standing next to the president.  He brags about being the first supporter of the Trump candidacy and his ads duplicate his rhetoric.  How does this override his acts as legislator and qualify him to be a Congressman?  Here we have in my opinion, a candidate that has no loyalty or commitment to the people he represents, instead choosing pay over purpose.

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Wickenburg Businessman And Pro-Police Activist Nohl Rosen has announced his intent to run for the Wickenburg Town Council in the 2018 election. Rosen says it’s high time to drain the swamp in Wickenburg and that there should be new voices for the people on the Town Council. “There are definitely a lot of issues facing the town and we can no longer afford the same business as usual attitude on the Town Council. In my opinion, the Town Council isn’t doing what the people want them to do and they seem to be making some very bad decisions which is ultimately hurting the town. I’m willing to fight for the residents and the businesses in Wickenburg so the town has a chance to prosper. Right now a lot of people I’ve spoken with feel that they don’t have a voice and that the members of the Town Council aren’t listening to them. I decided to run so that they have a voice,” Rosen said. Rosen moved to Wickenburg in 2016 and is the owner of Panther TEK which specializes in computer repair and offers IT services for both residential and small business customers in Wickenburg and the surrounding areas. He’s also the founder of Rally For Law Enforcement which is a pro-police movement. A web site will be online soon but those interested in knowing more about his candidacy can call 480-980-8541 or visit the campaign’s Facebook page for updates at RosenForWickenburg2018.

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The first Saturday of each month, the Wickenburg American Legion Post 12 Az. hosts luncheon fundraisers to benefit nurses who help veterans. The next luncheon will be held March 3.

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.

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.



A ‘Meet & Greet’ Fundraiser For Congressional District 8 Candidate Sheriff Richard Mack is scheduled at 7 pm., Wed., Feb 7 at the home of Mark delMaestsro, 11814 N 56th Drive in Glendale. The event is co-hosted by Francine and David Romesburg. Food and beverages to be provided. No charge at the door. Donations accepted. Check payable to Sheriff Richard Mack for Congress or donate online. Contact Francine at 602-499-9553 or

LD26 Chairman Nancy Jenkins has announced LD26 will meet on Wed., Feb 7 instead of the 2nd Tuesday of the month because of a conflict with the meeting room at the Charles K. Luster Utilities Building at 640 N. Mesa Dr. Meet and Greet at 6:30; meeting at 7 pm. Contact Jenkins at

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:

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.


The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s Club Winter 2018 Board of Directors meeting is scheduled Feb 9 and 10 at the Radisson Suites, 6555 E Speedway Blvd, in Tucson. Registration Form Here

FEB 10

The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s Club Winter 2018 Board of Directors meeting is scheduled Feb 9 and 10 at the Radisson Suites, 6555 E Speedway Blvd, in Tucson. Registration Form Here

The 5th Annual Freedom Expo Dinner and Symposium, sponsored by Heirs of the Republic, and featuring nationally known speaker Bill Whittle, is scheduled Sat., Feb 10 at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador, 10000 N Oracle Road, Tucson. The evening event features live music, a silent auction, book signings, award ceremonies and dinner Heirs of the Republic was founded by past Director of the Navy SEAL Foundation

Jeff Utsch, who has been conducting patriotic and American history-related monthly dinners in Tucson for the last 13 years. Contact: Ana Henderson

Paradise Republican Women will meet with US senate candidate Sheriff Joe Arpaio for brunch Sat., Feb 10 at 7600 E Gainey Club Drive in Scottsdale. 9:30 am – social, 10am mtg, and 11 am brunch. Following his army discharge in 1954, Arpaio moved to Washington, D.C., and became a police officer, moving in 1957 to Las Vegas, Nevada. He served as a police officer in Las Vegas for six months before being appointed as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, which later became part of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). During his 25-year tenure with the DEA, he was stationed in Argentina, Turkey, and Mexico, and advanced through the ranks to the position of head of the DEA's Arizona branch.  Arpaio was first elected as sheriff in 1992. He was re-elected in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012. Tickets: $28 per Person. Click here to RSVP Online & Pay at the Door. Contact Ardith Hildebrant at (480) 861-7170.

A Maricopa County Recorder’s office CD8 Election public information session will be held between 10-11 am , Sat., Feb 10 at the Anthem Community Council, Meeting Rooms 3 & 4, 3701 W Anthem Way, Anthem, AZ 85086. RSVP:

FEB 13

A Maricopa County Recorder’s office CD8 Election public information session will be held between 6-7 pm., Tues., Feb 13 at the Municipal Court Building, 14455 W. Van Buren St. Ste B101, Goodyear, AZ 85338. RSVP:

FEB 15

The Ahwatukee Republican Women "Chocolate & Politics" Forum with Arizona Superintendent of Public Education Candidate’s Dr Robert Branch, Jonathan Gelbart, Tracy Livingston, Frank Riggs, and incumbent Supt Diane Douglas, is scheduled at 6:30 pm., Thur., Feb 15 in the Club West Golf Clubhouse, 16400 14th Ave., Phx, 85045. 6 pm – social. Complimentary dessert. Cash bar. Contact: 602-300-4185.

CD1 House candidate Kevin Cavanaugh and author Dinesh D’Souza have teamed up for a “Republican Revolt Against Globalism and Leftist Ideology” evening on Feb 15, 2018 at the Mesa Center for Performing Arts in Mesa. General Seating Tickets - $39. Collegle Student Tickets - $25. VIP Reception - $500. Private Dinner With Dinesh -$2,700.

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· McCain, Flake and Gosar: A Study In Contrasts Irrelevant McCain and Flake both side with Democrats on Memo

· Voters, Not Colleagues, Should Have Decided Rep. Shooter’s Fate

· DACA-Dreamers-Smuggle-More-Illegals-Into-USA


· The-FISA-Memo-Is-Here-Read-It-Here Get Comfy, Pop Some Corn, Get Yourself A Drink And Settle In For The Long Haul And Read What Shenanigans Your Government Has Been Up Too.

· AZ-Rep-Paul-Gosar-Comment-On-Sen-Flakes Agreeing With Dems On FISA Memo Release

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


· Intro To Domestic Terrorist Organizations

· Don Shooter Expelled In Wake Of Sexual Harassment Investigation

· 180202-1400 AZRRT How-They-Voted Report

· Memo Says Spy Warrant Would Not Have Been Sought Without Dossier

· 50-Islamic Jihadi Training Camps Identified Around The United States

· HB2012: Proxies!!! Extending "My Perspective: ..."


· Steele-Dossier-Clinton-Scandal-Machine

· Dossier-Author-Steele-Wrote-Another-Anti-Trump-Memo-Was-Fed-Info-By-Clinton-Connected-Contact-Obama-State-Department

· Democrat-Texas-State Judge-Arrested By The Feds Next Mexico Border

· Democrats-Fundraising-Woes-Continue-GOP-Reels-Big-Bucks

· Congressman-Says-Clear-Collusion-Russians-Clinton-Campaign, Not-Trump

· Stocks-Plunge-Again-Monday, As-Dow-Falls-1500-Points

· Justice-Ginsburg-Vows-To Keep Serving On The Supreme Court – No Foreseeable Retirement

· Nurse-Unloads-Truth-About-Flu

· Memo ‘Reporting’ Proves 100 Percent That The American Media Are Part Of The Democrat Party


· Buried-In Fusion-GPS-Testimony-Is A Passage-John-McCain’s-Role-Passing-Trump-Dossier-Obama-Intel-Agencies

· Tobin Appears To Overstep With Energy Modernization Plan

· Shooter Denied Due Process By Hurried Expulsion Vote

· John-McCain-Offers-DACA-Fix-No-Money-Trump-Border-Wall

· The American KBG

· Maricopa-Community-Colleges-Eliminating-Football-Programs-After-2018

· SRP Workers Return From Helping Restore Power In Puerto Rico

· District 8 House Seat Likely To Remain Republican, Despite Crowded Race

· Lawmaker-Seeks-Review-Of-Possibly-Explicit-Communication

· ACC To Host Public Comment Forums On Johnson Utilities

· Despite Gains, Arizona Blacks Still Lag In Employment, Income

· With A Week To Next Shutdown, No Obvious Progress On Budget, DACA Bills

· Tempe Fire Captain Shot, Killed By “Aggressive” Driver

· Consumers Warned Of Online Dating Scams

· 150 Years Later Navajo Nation Treaty Travels To Navajo Nation

· IT Launches Digital Transformation Exchange For State Government Leaders


· Omarosa-New-Job-Probably-Regrets-Trump-Firing-Now


· Nunes Blasts Adam Schiff: 'Almost 100 Leaks' By Democrats On House Intel Committee


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

· FBI-Employee-Cant-Take-Scrutiny, Declares-He’s-Leaving-Agency. Then Its-Revealed-He Worked For Comey


· Fmr-Judge-Calls-FISA-Memo-Scandal: ‘This Judge-Is Either-Worthless-Or Is In Cahoots-With Those Who Manipulated

· Second-Memo-Another-Dossier-Coming, -Says-Investigative-Journo;-Fmr-Obama-Officials-Terrified

· Fusion GPS Ties To DOJ Much Deeper Than Thought – Dirty Money Used To Sweeten Dossier Deals


· Today's Youth Have Distorted View On The Military

· New Army OCP Uniform Images Online

· Navy To Synch Rotation And Separation Dates

· Legislation To Tackle Spouse Employment Issues


· 'How Dare You!': Judge Jeanine Slams Top FBI, DOJ Officials Who 'Conspired' Against Trump


· Republicans Overpromised and Underdelivered, FISA Memo Does Not 'Vindicate' Trump


· Whoa: 40-Tulane-University-Women-Say-They’ve-Been Assaulted


· College Students Oppose Obama Remarks When Told They're From Trump


· Israel’s PM Announced That George-Soros-Is Behind-Protests Of Israel’s Plan To Deport Asylum Seekers