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League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson Gubernatorial Candidate Forum at Pima Community College Proscenium Theatre

July 28, 2014 from 6pm to 7pm
Be there!  Time is running short to meet these candidates and this may be your last chance before early ballots come out.See More
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Scottsdale City Council candidates spar over bar district

s Scottsdale's downtown-bar district a vibrant and urban economic engine?Or a haven for crime and corruption?Scottsdale City Council candidates shared their views about the city's downtown-entertainment district during a candidates forum on July 23, also touching on several other topics.The Arizona Republic co-hosted the forum along with the Andara Senior Lifestyle community, 11415 N. 114th St., in Scottsdale. The event featured eight candidates for City Council.The candidates will appear on…See More
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Arizona Freedom Alliance added 3 discussions to the group Watching the Elections
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Arizona Freedom Alliance added a discussion to the group Arizona News
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Medicaid assessment fairly called a tax increase

Is it fair to say that legislators who voted for the hospital assessment to fund Medicaid expansion voted for a tax increase? The view here is that it is eminently fair.In the law and among tax policy geeks there is a sharp distinction between a user fee and a tax. A user fee is something that someone pays for a specific government service proportionate to how much of the service he uses. How much is paid is somewhat voluntary, since it depends on how much of the government service is…See More
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Jim O'Connor liked Arizona Freedom Alliance's event Lock, Stock & Barrel in Sierra Vista
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jfreden replied to Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion The Rino Report Endorses Christine Jones - and has an interesting take on this race in the group Watching the Elections
"Just read the report, wasn't familiar (perhaps out of touch with Phoenix!) looks good to me."
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Jim O'Connor liked Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion The Rino Report Endorses Christine Jones - and has an interesting take on this race
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marc jeremiason replied to Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion Stopping Common Core Dead in its Tracks in the group Watching the Elections
"this is at Where: Burke Basic SchoolAddress:  131 E. Southern Ave., Me"
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Larry Grafanakis replied to Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion Have you seen this girl at Conservative events? in the group ACTION ALERTS
"I can take the picture off this page, but would you have a better picture?"
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Ray White replied to Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion Have you seen this girl at Conservative events? in the group ACTION ALERTS
"Ah, so she records us and takes snippets out of context to hose us.  God forbid anyone should be after the truth when a lie will suffice.  Now I understand. Thank you."
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Jan F replied to Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion Stopping Common Core Dead in its Tracks in the group Watching the Elections
"Oh my.  I just read a thing from Gilbert Watch that proves the point about conservatives beating up on each other.  That group just emailed a message calling AFA a liar.  Well, not exactly but the implication is clear.  This…"
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Jan F replied to Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion Stopping Common Core Dead in its Tracks in the group Watching the Elections
"It seems to me everyone wants to stop common core except a couple of gov candidates.  but how that is done matters.  there is such a thing as unintended consequences if anyone acts hastily.  I'm sick of most gov candidates and…"
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marc jeremiason replied to Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion Stopping Common Core Dead in its Tracks in the group Watching the Elections
"On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, we are holding a debate between Diane Douglas and John Huppenthal, with Frank Riggs starting off the evening with a few words. On August 12, 2014, we have Christine Jones coming to address the crowd.…"
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marc jeremiason replied to Arizona Freedom Alliance's discussion Stopping Common Core Dead in its Tracks in the group Watching the Elections
"this will the subject of one of Shane K's Tues night events. I think in two weeks. He has both of the people coming to battle it out. Please be there to ask your questions."
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We Need a Governor Like This

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 4:33pm 0 Comments

 

In case you haven't heard about this guy before, his name will stick in your mind! ---



The new Maine Governor, Paul LePage is making New Jersey's Chris Christie look timid. He isn't afraid to say what he thinks. Judging by the comments, every time he opens…

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An Ode to America

Posted on January 27, 2013 at 3:06pm 0 Comments

From a Romanian Newspaper :

 



We rarely get a chance to see another country's editorial about the USA



Read this excerpt from a Romanian Newspaper ... The article was written by Mr. Cornel Nistorescu and published under the title 'C'ntarea Americii,…

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Wall Street Journal: Boehner Deal 'Bad'

Posted on December 20, 2012 at 8:07pm 0 Comments

The lead editorial in Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal attacks the budget deal being considered by House Speaker John Boehner, stating that it would be “worse than no deal at all.”



“Tax and spending increases now, in return for the promise of spending cuts and tax and entitlement reform later . . . is a bad deal for everyone except the politicians who want more money to spend,” the Journal observes.



Boehner has moved from opposing tax rate hikes to offering higher rates…

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An Instructive Question

Posted on September 20, 2012 at 8:14am 0 Comments

Did you ever think about this?



MUSLIMS, FOR THE MOST PART, ARE NOT HAPPY IN SOME COUNTRIES

BUT THEY APPEAR PEACEFUL AND HAPPY IN OTHER COUNTRIES.  

FOR INSTANCE:

 

MUSLIMS APPEAR TO BE UNHAPPY

 in Gaza ..…

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At 9:00am on January 21, 2014, RICHARD LEE said…

Mohave, Maricopa, Najavo, Apache and Cochcise counties have censured McCain.

This from the 2LD PCs.

5 down 8 to go...........

At 7:30am on January 9, 2014, Carol Miklica said…

Why isn't this Maine Senator, Paul LePage, running for POTUS in 2016? I've heard his speeches and this man would blow Jeb Bush, Christie, et al out of the water. He is truly a practicing Conservative. Anyone know more?

At 12:12pm on December 15, 2013, Joel Feir said…

I ask all readers of Freedom Alliance to read the following link to understand why it is that we end up chasing our tails in the GOP Primary. Here's the link https://web.archive.org/web/20000305123452/http://www.dcia.com. This will explain the power that sits at the top of the political pyramid. Buy understanding the power manipulation we can develop strategies to deal with this problem.

At 8:28pm on December 1, 2011, jfreden said…

http://thehill.com/blogs/defcon-hill/budget-approriations/196773-senate-passes-defense-spending-bill  I BELIEVE THIS IS THE BILL CONCERNING 'CITIZENS AND THE MILITARY'...Read complete article at link.

Senate passes Defense spending bill

By Jeremy Herb - 12/01/11 08:24 PM ET

The Senate passed a $662 billion Defense spending bill Thursday evening after a long fight over how the U.S. military detains terror suspects.


The bill passed overwhelmingly 93-7, following an agreement reached late Thursday afternoon to add compromise language on the detention of U.S. citizens and terror suspects on U.S. soil.

Now the Defense bill goes to conference committee with the House, which had its own language on detaining terror suspects that must be reconciled with the Senate version.

It is not clear whether the change will satisfy the White House, which has threatened to veto the Defense bill over the detainee provisions.


The Obama administration expressed its opposition to the use of military detention within the United States, but also had concerns over the legislation tying the hands of federal law enforcement by mandating military custody and prosecution of al Qaeda members. The administration also opposes restrictions on transferring Guantanamo detainees.


A half-dozen senators huddled on the Senate floor Thursday to broker the compromise, an amendment that was offered by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.). It states that the legislation did not alter existing law for the detention of U.S. citizens or anyone who was captured or arrested in the U.S.

The deal worked for both supporters and critics of military detention in the U.S. citizen in part because the two sides disagree about what current law states.

“The Supreme Court will decide who can be detained. The Senate will not,” said Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), who sparred all week with Senate Armed Services Committee Chair Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and Armed Services Republicans who back the detention language.

Levin said that there was no attempt to change the law when it came to detainees, but merely to affirm that the military had the authority to prosecute al Qaeda members on U.S. soil.

“Senator McCain, Senator Graham and I have argued on this floor that there's nothing in our bill, nothing, which changes the rights of United States citizens,” Levin said. “There was no intent to do it.”

Before the agreement was reached, however, there was heated debate over what powers the military should have inside of U.S. soil and whether U.S. citizens could be detained indefinitely in military custody.

 

 
 
 

GOD, PLEASE BLESS AMERICA!  AMERICA, PLEASE BLESS GOD.

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FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO PRAY, KEEP ON PRAYING. HE HAS HEARD OUR CRY AND HE IS ANSWERING.

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"Blow your mind" Reading:

Takeover: The 100-Year War for the Soul of the GOP and How Conservatives Can Finally Win It

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Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause

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