Saturday, June 9, 2018

6-9-18 Briefs

Brent Backus-LD13Reports have been confirmed that Republican LD13 Senate candidate Don Shooter LD13 SenBrent Backus filed suit yesterday to have former LD13 Sen Don Shooter removed from the Aug 28 Primary ballot, charging the ousted lawmaker doesn’t live in the district. See Backus commentary in the Candidate’s commentary below. Reports have circulated for months that Shooter and his wife reside in the Biltmore area in Phoenix. At that time, Shooter assured Briefs that he lived in Yuma, but occasionally spent time at his wife’s Biltmore address. See more at  (Subscription Required).

The Deadline For Submitting “Write-In” Precinct Committeeman Applications for the Aug 28 primary ballot is Wed., June 13. 2018 Write in Candidate Form

A Republican Candidate Forum scheduled between 8:30-11:30 am., Sat., June 16 at the Hassayampa River Preserve (Sanger Building), 49614 Hwy 60 near Wickenburg, will feature US Senate candidate/former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Supt of Public Instruction candidate Dr. Bob Branch, Arizona Corporation Commissioner candidate Jim O’Connor, and LD13 incumbent Tim Dunn. Elected officials and other candidates have been invited. Hosted by Sue Goodchild. Candidate photos below: Arpaio, Branch, O’Connor, Dunn

sheriff joe arpaio  4 Bob Branch jim o'connor 2017 Tim Dunn LD13 Rep

The Arizona Republican Assembly Western Pinal County Chapter will NOT meet on June 11. The next meeting is June 25. Contact: Nancy Hawkins, President at 520.440.3369 or

Alan Korwin 3Arizona 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

Alice & George OrtizThe Chips N Salsa Show broadcasts Live at 4 pm., Saturdays on Center Right Radio with Hispanic hosts George Ortiz & Alice Lara offering a Republican review of headlines and politics.  On June 9, they welcome back forensic psychologist/author and dream expert Dr. Carl Patrasso to discuss his upcoming book about the media attempting to be America's culture parents. The COCOTASO and WHOLE ENCHILADA awards will be featured along with the weekly Prather Point -  Fast & Furious Whistleblower Jeff Prather's report on the dark state.  livestream or

brad johns LD9LD9 Chairman Brad Johns has announced that the Pima GOP has secured a booth at the Juneteenth Event on June 16th.  Ophelia Parker is coordinating and staffing our PIMA GOP booth. She is looking for help to man the booth. Please email Ophelia at or contact via phone at 520-797-2470 if you would like to volunteer. We are also opening this community involvement opportunity to all candidates and clubs.  Also, I understand that Kuuleme's band may be scheduled to perform.  Please see linked flyers for information on the event and an explanation of the Juneteenth Annual Festival.

The Diamond Bell Neighborhood Group is hosting a CD3 Republican candidate forum featuring Sergieo Arellano, Edna San Miguel and Nicholas Pierson at 9 am., Sat., June 16 at the Three Points Fire Station 30310351 S Sasabe Rd, Tucson, AZ 85736. Submit questions to Photos Arellano, San Miguel and Pierson

sergio Edna San Miguel Nick Pierson

AZ’s Citizens Clean Elections Commission is sponsoring an LD 22 Candidate Forum on June 13 at the Hampton Inn 14783 West Grand Ave. Surprise, AZ 85374, Doors open at 5:30pm.

Don Shooter LD13 SenThe Colorado River Tea Party - Yuma will have a Potluck with former LD13 legislator Don Shooter at 6 pm., Thurs., June 21 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. Shooter, who is running to reclaim his for senate seat, was removed from office several months following sexual harassment allegations/investigation. Attendees are asked to bring a main dish, salad or dessert for four to six people. Ice team and water to be provided. Contact Chairman Sally Kizer at 928-210-1219.

A Weekend Warrior Boot Camp, sponsored by Americans for Prosperity, will held in Yuma between 6-8 pm., Fri., June 22 and from 9 am to 5 pm., Sat., June 23 at Shilo Inn, 1550 S Castle Dome Ave. Free admission, Register: weekend-warrior-boot-camp-yuma-tickets or call Cora Lee at 580-5575.

Marx-Engels-and-the-Abolition-of-the-Family A short version of why Karl Marx, Engels and Marxists today want the abolition of the family.

LD17 Is Hosting A PC Mixer between 6-8 pm., Wed., June 27 at Jeff Wininger’s Floridinos Restaurant. $10 per person (food and non-alcoholic drinks).

The Norton Family Meet & Greet for local, state, and federal candidates is scheduled between 5:30-7:30 pm, Mon., June 11 at 4371 E Santa Rose Place in Gilbert. Candidate speeches start at 6 pm. Confirmed candidates include James Candland and Eddie Cook – Gilbert Town Council, LD12 Rep Eddie Farnsworth and Travis Grantham, LD12 Sen Warren Petersen, Frank Riggs – Supt of Public Instruction, CD5 Congressman Andy Biggs, and US Sen candidate Kelli Ward. The event is hosted by Bill and Ingra Norton, Councilman Jared and Dianne Taylor, Councilman Victor and Joyce Petersen, Tyson & Jaime Breinholt, Leroy and Kelly Breinholt, Jason and Tracy Barney and Candice Copple.

Sylvia Allen 6 SenThe Gila County Republican Committee conducts a monthly one hour Bob Branchradio program on KMOG 1420 AM radio the second Monday of each month starting at 9am. The Mon, June 11 show will have guests Sen Sylvia Allen who is running for re-election and Dr. Bob Branch, candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, according to GCRC Chairman Gary Morris

The Deadline For Filing Applications For The Dodie Londen Excellence in Public Service Series Class of 2019 in June 25 at


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.

backus  6LD13 Senate candidate Brent Backus: On June 8, 2018 we filed Don Shooter LD13 Sena complaint in the Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County against Don Shooter to seek special action and permanent injunctive relief. The challenge is to his nomination petition pursuant to A.R.S. 16-351. In short, the defendant Don Shooter is not a resident of Legislative District 13 and therefore is ineligible to run for Senate from that district and ineligible to have his name placed on the primary election ballot. In behalf of the voters in LD 13 and especially the women voters, Don, your charades are over. It is time for new leadership and direction in LD13 and I am leading that charge now. Be with Backus!

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

American Post-Gazette

Distributed by C O M M O N S E N S E in Arizona

June 7, 2018


Q: When is a tax cut not a tax cut?

A: When the federal government cuts income taxes allowing hardworking Americans to keep more of their own money; but state lawmakers ignore the consequences of tax changes so the bulk of those “savings” ends up going to the state.

The greatly anticipated and almost unprecedented Trump tax cut of 2018 has already been a boon to us regular folks as most Americans have seen a healthy increase in our paycheck each month. Many have been experiencing anywhere from $50 per month to over $400 per month—not including any pay raises—that’s just the result of another Trump-kept promise to get more money into the hands of American families and jump-start the American economic turnaround. You know—that “Make America Great Again” thing the Left hates so much.

But when state legislative leaders fail to do their work—just how much of that tax cut are we really going to get to keep? Maybe not much. A whole bunch of it is expected to end up in state coffers because leaders, like outgoing House Speaker J.D. Mesnard, failed to address the connection between federal income taxes and state income taxes. While Mesnard found the time to kick old, poor people out of their homes by holding up the vote ‘til late on SB1268 resulting in its failure, he couldn’t find the time to even discuss the needed changes in state tax policy for Arizonans to keep more of their tax cut money.

According to the Arizona Department of Revenue, the state expects a windfall of over $230 Million in 2019 and closer to $300 million in 2020 if state tax policies aren’t changed. Those policies were not changed during the recently ended 2018 legislative session, despite the fact that we all knew the tax cuts were scheduled to begin this year. It wasn’t a surprise—it was in all the news.

Short of a Special Session this year to correct the problem, the State of Arizona will reach into workers’ pockets and reap hundreds of millions of dollars.

Mesnard claims to be a policy wonk, but he failed miserably to shepherd any legislation that would address the needed state changes to keep Trump’s tax cut money in our hands. Maybe this is how he planned to pay for his quick caving to #RedforEd—by doing nothing. Where’s the leadership? - A. Hamilton

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~


DiCiccio headshotPhoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio: Bulk Trash Collection 2018Bulk trash collection is a quarterly service provided by the Phoenix Public Works Department as part of your residential trash and recycling service. Bulk trash consists of materials that are too large to fit in the garbage or recycling container. Materials such as furniture, large appliances and large amounts of vegetation are often considered bulk trash.

Please be aware: The Bulk Trash Schedule provides a strict timeline of when bulk trash may be placed for collection. City ordinance allows nine days prior to the scheduled collection week to place bulk trash out. It is a violation of city ordinance to place trash out before the listed “Placement Begins On” date. To keep neighborhoods looking clean, tidy and beautiful, please follow the “Placement Begins On” schedule.The next set of collection/pick-up dates around our district are:

· June 16, 2018- June 25, 2018

· June 23, 2018-July 2, 2018

· June 30, 2019- July 9, 2018

· July 28,2018- Aug 6, 2018

To be sure of when to begin placing your bulk items, please do NOT use the interactive map, the dates are incorrect. Please check the map to find out when your area will get bulk trash service. You can find the map here under ‘2017-2018 Bulk Trash Collection Schedule PDF’ Contact DiCiccio at 602-262-7491

john mccain 2U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, released the following statement yesterday on President Trump’s suggestion that Russia be readmitted to the Group of Seven (G-7) nations: “Vladimir Putin chose to make Russia unworthy of membership in the G-8 by invading Ukraine and annexing Crimea. Nothing he has done since then has changed that most obvious fact. Every day, Russian-led separatist forces are killing Ukrainians in the Donbass. Every day, Putin's forces are helping the Assad regime slaughter the Syrian people. And every day, through assassinations, cyber-attacks, and malign influence, Russia is assaulting democratic institutions all over the world. The President has inexplicably shown our adversaries the deference and esteem that should be reserved for our closest allies. Those nations that share our values and have sacrificed alongside us for decades are being treated with contempt. This is the antithesis of so-called ‘principled realism’ and a sure path to diminishing America’s leadership in the world.”

Andy BiggsCongressman Andy Biggs: The House passed H.R. 3, the Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act to cut nearly $15 billion in appropriated – but unspent – federal funds. Biggs voted to approve the package and issued the following statement: “While spending reductions are encouraging, it pales in comparison to the cuts required to balance our budget and eliminate our national debt. A little is better than nothing; however, Congress should never have put itself in this position again by passing the $1.3 trillion omnibus bill. President Trump said he would never sign a bill like the omnibus again, and I hope Congress heeds his warning. We must protect our grandchildren from a ruinous economic fate and rein in our reckless spending habits.”

Martha McSally 3U.S. Representative Martha McSally successfully included an amendment with significant wins for Arizona veterans to the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Act 2019 in the late hours of Thursday evening. The amendment will ensure that $225 million in Veterans Affairs’ medical services funds are set aside for suicide prevention in fiscal year 2019. “Veterans make up less than 9 percent of the U.S. population--yet, veteran suicides account for 18 percent of all suicides in America. After adjusting for differences in age and sex, that puts the risk of suicide at 22 percent higher for veterans than for civilian adults,” McSally said. “It is not enough to simply talk about studies and statistics and hope for the best. Lip service will not save lives. For the over 500,000 veterans that call Arizona home, this can be a life or death issue. Today and every day, on average, 20 veterans take their own lives. Twenty of my fellow warriors--20 heroes; 20 loved ones; sons, daughters, mothers, fathers--20 vets who often survive combating the enemy in conflict only to come home and take their own lives. Mr. Speaker, this is unacceptable. When they raise their right hand and take an oath that they are willing to defend our freedoms with their lives, we have a covenant that we’ve got their back, and we are going to give them everything they need.” The Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Act provides $8.6 billion for VA mental health programs. Upon being signed into law, this legislation will also require VA to provide a detailed report of its plan for spending these funds on suicide prevention outreach programs, like the Veterans Crisis Hotline, to the House Committee on Appropriations. The Act passed the House on Friday by a vote of 235-179.

Martha McSally  2013Congresswoman Martha McSally: The Right to Try Act is Law!, President Trump recently signed the Right to Try Act into law. This legislation, which I supported, gives terminally ill patients a fighting chance and the hope they deserve. The Right to Try Act is already inspiring hope. I encourage you to check out this recent story from KOLD: "Tucson man battling rare cancer applauds President Trump for 'Right to Try Act."


Editor’s Note: Please keep announcement 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

sandra dowling 2Dr. Sandra E. Dowling has announced her candidacy for the Republican Primary In Arizona’s 08 Congressional District.  As a first step towards ballot qualification, I have submitted more than 3,000 signatures to Secretary of State Michele Reagan. As I went through the signature gathering process the response from voters has been overwhelming.  I want to thank them for their confidence and for their encouragement.  It is clear after the special election that Arizonans want a choice in candidates.  After the divisive special election, Republicans want a candidate who will restore integrity, civility, and common sense.   Over the course of the next few months, I will focus on the issues that voters in Arizona really care about including Social Security, illegal immigration, infrastructure and Veterans’ affairs.  It is my hope to restore confidence that our elected leadership is representing the people of Arizona and not corporate lobbyists or special interests.  As a United States Marine and a teacher, I love serving my country and I am fiercely dedicated to the great people of Arizona.  More can be done and more should be done.  I am running for Congress on a principled conservative platform that puts Arizonans first and political insiders last. My campaign will be about Arizonans...their families, their jobs, and their future. With their support, I know we can bring Arizona the conservative values and strong ethics back to Congress! Please visit my website at or Facebook page at www.facebook/dowlingforcongress/


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

Clair Van Steenwyk 2LD22 Senate candidate Clair Van Steenwyk: AZ’s Citizens Clean Elections Commission is sponsoring an LD 22 Candidate Forum on June 13 at the Hampton Inn 14783 West Grand Ave. Surprise, AZ 85374, the event doors will Open @ 5:30 PM, and as a candidate for the LD 22 senate seat I’m looking forward to answering any and all questions from the voter before, during and after the forum. I hope to see all the residents of LD 22 and especially those from SCW, SCG, Surprise, Vistancia, Glendale and Peoria. I hope that we’ll be able to give all who attend enough information to make clear decisions as to who to vote for vs. just continuing to allow incumbents to either regain the offices they hold or be promoted. It’s important that the voters know who those running have voted on issues such as the National Popular Vote, PROP 123, Red 4 Ed, and of course the EPCOR issue for the SCW voters is especially important and still and issue as EPCOR continues to insist on more consolidation which most know will eventually lead to higher rates for all of us who happen to be unfortunate enough to do business with this company owned by the Community of Edmonton.

Kelli Ward - physician 2US Senate candidate Kelli Ward: Drawing new attention to Congresswoman Martha McSally and Senator Jeff Flake's similar records in Washington, the Ward for Senate campaign today released its new digital ad, "Worse," highlighting McSally's hostility toward President Trump during the 2016 election, her opposition to building a border wall, and her abysmal legislative record as rated by conservative scorecards.
In a statement, Eric Beach, chief strategist for the Ward campaign, notes McSally's rating among conservative organizations and her effort to rebrand herself as a conservative for the midterm elections. "When it comes time to choose between the interests of the American people and the swamp, Martha McSally will always choose the swamp," said Beach. "McSally's opposition to the America First agenda is clear in her F-rated scorecard reports from leading conservative organizations including FreedomWorks, Conservative Review, and Heritage Action. Additionally, she refuses to say if she voted for President Trump in 2016 and is weak on supporting the President's signature campaign promise: a wall along our southern border. As Arizonans get to know her, it's becoming clear Martha McSally is simply an incarnation of Jeff Flake."The Ward ad highlights the similarities in McSally and Flake's liberal records, their refusal to support President Trump during the 2016 campaign; their opposition to building a border wall; and their habit of talking conservative back home but then siding with the swamp in Congress." See ad here.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~



The Tempe Republican Women’s Annual Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., Sat., June 9 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Phoenix Tempe, 4400 S Rural Road in Tempe. Gubernatorial candidate and former Secretary of State Ken Bennett is the speaker. $25 for members, $30 for guests. Must be paid by June 4. If pay at the door, the cost is $35. Checks may be mailed to Alison Quinn, 1264 E Weslyan, Tempe AZ 85282 . Contact: Membership chairman Diselle Brandrit at 480-203-9025

Barbara and Bill Blewster are hosting an open house between 4-6 pm., Sat., June 9 at 915 W Fairway Drive in Mesa for Gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett, Supt of Public Instruction candidate Bob Branch; Corporation Commission candidate Jim O’Connor and LD25 House candidate Marlene Hinton. Barbara reports,We have several other great candidates we support. We support Americans who believe in self-reliance, that our U.S. Constitution is to be honored and revered and  ‘in God we trust’ is our personal motto. We believe in the separation of powers; city, county, state and federal have different powers and responsibilities.  Please invite others to this event. Light refreshments.

Southern Arizona Activist Bruce M Piepho invites you to attend a Meet & Greet for US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward between 1-3 pm., Sat., June 9 at the American Legion Post 24, at American Legion Post 24, 205 E Allen St Tombstone, AZ. Contact:

Dr Kelli Ward will speak at the LD14 GOP meeting at 9 am., Sat., June 9 in the Benson City Hall, 120 W 6th St in Benson, AZ (two blocks S of the main street in Benson – just off of I-10.)


The Arizona Republican Assembly Western Pinal County Chapter will NOT meet June 11. The next meeting is June 25. Contact: Nancy Hawkins, President at 520.440.3369 or

The Norton Family Meet & Greet for local, state, and federal candidates is scheduled between 5:30-7:30 pm, Mon., June 11 at 4371 E Santa Rose Place in Gilbert. Candidate speeches start at 6 pm. Confirmed candidates include James Candland and Eddie Cook – Gilbert Town Council, LD12 Rep Eddie Farnsworth and Travis Grantham, LD12 Sen Warren Petersen, Frank Riggs – Supt of Public Instruction, CD5 Congressman Andy Biggs, and US Sen candidate Kelli Ward. The event is hosted by Bill and Ingra Norton, Councilman Jared and Dianne Taylor, Councilman Victor and Joyce Petersen, Tyson & Jaime Breinholt, Leroy and Kelly Breinholt, Jason and Tracy Barney and Candice Copple. 

June 13

The Black Mountain Community Alliance and the Black Mountain Police Precinct will meet at 6:30 pm., Wed., June 13 at the Deer Valley Community Center multipurpose room, 2001 W Wahalla Lane in Phoenix. Refreshments served. Crime prevention materials distributed. Contact or 480-467-7389.


The Diamond Bell Neighborhood Group is sponsoring a CD3 Primary Candidate Forum at 9 am., Sat., June 16 at the Three Points Fire Station 303 at 10351 S Sasabe Road in Tucson. The three GOP primary candidates – Sergio Arellano, Edna San Miguel and Nicholas Pierson, will present their platforms against the incumbent. Refreshments available.

The Grand Opening For The Gila County Republican Committee headquarters at 307 S Beeline Hwy in Payson is scheduled between 9-11 am., Sat., June 16, according to Gila County Chairman Gary Morris. The 2,200 square foot headquarters will be staffed by volunteers each weekday from 9 am-5 pm. All candidates and fellow Republicans are welcome to attend. Candidates can also deliver yards signs and candidate literature to the facility for the public to pick up. A second Republican headquarters in the County will also be opened in Globe and operated by the Cobre Valley Republican Club, Morris said.

Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery will be the lead speaker at the 9am, Sat, June 16 Fountain Hills Republican Club meeting at the Fountain Hills Community Center (13001 N. LaMontana Dr.).   Montgomery will update all present on legislative accomplishments, priorities, and challenges in the areas of victim services and legal representation programs on behalf of over 4 million Maricopa County residents. The meeting will continue with their fourth in the series of "Meet The Candidates" with the primary focus of introducing as many candidates as possible prior to the Aug 28th Primary Election.    Confirmed candidates include Secretary of State candidate Steve Gaynor, Senate Candidates Timothy Jeffries, Kristina Kelly, and Gavin Searles, Superintendent of Public Instruction Jonathon Gelbart, and Corporation Commission candidate Rodney Glassman. Registration starts at 8:30am, with complimentary breakfast snacks, coffee, tea, juice, and water.  Contact:  Rosemary Hansen, President, at website: Photos: Gaynor and Glassman.

The Pima County Republican Women’s Club “Crazy Hat” Fundraiser Breakfast is scheduled Sat., June 16 at the Viscount Hotel & Suites, 4855 E Broadway Blvd in Tucson. $15 per person. RSVP to or 820-269-1809.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~


· Jeff-Flake:Ego-Driven, Delusional, Loses-Grip-On-Reality

· Az-Republic’s-Leftist-Skew-Conceals-Truth-Distorts-Facts Reports Lack Facts, Sugar-Coat Hate Monger


· President Trump’s Historic Accomplishments After First 500 Days in Office


· VIDEO: Alan Korwin on Upcoming Student Gun Control Tour

· Paul Ryan Scrambles To Calm GOP Insurrection Over Immigration

· Steve King Sounds Alarm: Estb. Is Stampeding GOP Towards Amnesty Cliff

· FREE MOVIE…REVELATION, Dawn Of Global Government


· The Criminal Arrogance Of Hillary Clinton

· Whittle-Explains-The-Real-History-Of-The-Democratic-Party

· Whittle Defines The Racist Republican Party

· Whittle's 5 Conservative Principles

· Dems & GOP Switch Sides?

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~


· Sailor Pardoned By Trump Is Suing Obama & Comey For Sending Him To Prison While Giving Hillary A Pass

· Yellowstone-Eruption-Fears-Spike-As-Largest-Geyser-Erupts-For-The-8th-Time

· Charles-Krauthammer-Cancer-Weeks-To-Live/?Utm_Medium=Email


· Arizona-Don-Shooter Residency-Challenged

· Groups-Take-Voter-Initiative-Restriction-To-State-Supreme-Court

· Public-Schools-To-Get-280-New-Busses-From-Lawsuit-Settlement

· The 377 -Fire-Roared-In-Like-A-Lion-And-Left-With A Whimper

· US-Veterans-Find-Childs-Body-Skull-Bones-Scattered-Near-Alleged-Arizona-Child-Trafficking-Camp

· Navajo-Nation-Delegate-Nathaniel-Brown-Advocates-For-Navajo-Miners-And-Families-At-Yes-To-Ngs-Rally

· One-Hundred-Inches

· Congressional Candidate Shedd Talks With Local GOP

· DAR-Good-Citizen-Award-Presented-To-Local-High-School-Students

· Creationism-Vs-Evolution-State-Mulls-Change-To-Science-Education

· Simshauser-Appointed-District-Supervisor

· Monsoon Rescues Are Free, Despite ‘Stupid-Motorist Law’

· Ducey Releases $38 Million Plan For New School Buses

· Gilbert Police Arrest Man Wanting Sex With Young Children

· No Surprise Phoenix (Glendale) Last In Hockey Fan Ranking

· Want Narcissists To Donate To Your Cause? Make It About Them

· Human Smuggling Stopped At Sr 80 Immigration Checkpoint

· Thatcher Farmers Receive Top Subsidies

· CBP Agents, Cochise County Deputies Arrest 8 After Car Chase

· Day In The Life Of Cochise County Public Defender Joy Kemp

· Yuma Sector’s Border Safety Initiative: Extreme Heat Precautions

· Cottonwood To Be Home Of Level 3 Sex Offender

· Monsoon Rescues Are Free, Despite ‘Stupid-Motorist Law’
Ducey Releases $38 Million Plan For New School Buses


· Mitch-McConnell-Immigration-Bill-Not-Agenda-Senate-Year


· If You Support Women, Support The Second Amendment –How Guns EMPOWER Women


· Russian-Lobbyist-At-Don-Jr-Meeting-Says-He-‘Might’-Have-Seen-John-McCain-At-Summit-Where-Senator-Learned-Of-‘Pee’-Dossier

· McCabe Set Michael Flynn Up For Russia Hoax – Flynn Was Witness To McCabe Sex Discrimination Case


· Belleau Wood: Why This WWI Battle Is Still Important In US


· Judge Jeanine: McCabe Sending A 'Huge Signal' By Asking Senate For Immunity


· Judge Nap: Mueller Could Use Jeff Sessions As Witness On Comey Firing


· Illegal-Alien-Arrested-While-Trying-To-Enter-Military-Base-Watch

· Previously-Deported-Salvadoran-Runs-Over-Ex-Girlfriend-3-Times-Say-Officials


· London Crime Way: Nearly 90% Of-Knifepoint -Robberies-Go Unsolved

· Jews-Attacked-By Muslims-In Berlin-Subway-For Listening-To Israeli-Music