For Immediate Release

April 16, 2019

Contact: Lynne Breyer


Phoenix - Activism, is not just a word or showing up at meetings. It's what describes Arizona Republican Assembly (AZRA) with new leadership. We focus on delivering our members information they need to know but that is not enough. Information without action is barely better than no information at all. Here are new programs going on in today's AZRA:

This session, AZRA became a lobbying organization. Our mission statement requires us to participate in legislative affairs. Becoming a lobbying organization is one step in doing that and we have several Bill proposals for the next session.

The Executive Committee and Board of Directors have decided to support select new candidates for election in 2020. Too many Republican legislators vote with the Democrats. Republicans have a good party platform. Too many Republican candidates have not read that platform. Call for candidates: If you are a candidate who is running for the first time, can pass an inquiry on the U.S. and Arizona Constitutions and will engage in Leadership Campaign Academies training, or have worked on a successful campaign, you can send a resume` to AZRA, We are interested in serious candidates for the legislature but will consider candidates for other offices.

Our State Convention is coming on May 4, 2019. We have lined up several important speakers who will provide information to our members and guests. AZRA will take that information and act on it going into the next election. Current and former members of AZRA and those who want to be actively involved with AZRA can get details and register to attend at

On September 21, 2019, AZRA will hold a fundraising Luncheon in Maricopa County. Details will be announced shortly but it will have BIG names in the political space. Proceeds from that will help fund the candidates we will support. Stay tuned for more information.

AZRA continues to track bills through the Request to Speak system and urge all Republicans to get on that system at the state legislature. The democrats are outperforming Republicans about 100-1. As Republicans, we have opinions about the bills going through the legislature but no one knows that unless we consistently follow Jose Borrejero's bill tracking information.

Action - that is what is needed from Republicans across the board.

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Now THIS sounds like a great substitute for the once energized TP.

There was a time when I was a registered Republic. No more! Why? I see reality being that Americans live under the ten planks of the Communist Manifesto; that there is no difference between the two major political parties when it comes to significant issues; that the Constitution of 1787 is no longer the Supreme Law in that it has been superseded by the "annotated Constitution" consisting of about 3000 pages that reflect the U.S. Supreme Court decisions designed to undermine our legitimate Constitution and to "condition" America for its role in the New World Order, a stated mission of the Council on Foreign Relations; that every elected servant is guilty of Treason by "adhering" to the enemies of our Constitution responsible for enslaving Americans via an ungodly and unconstitutional monetary policy; that America has become a lawless nation so far as elected servants are concerned; and that a result of this lawlessness America is on the verge of a civil war, all due to too many people refusing to recognize the importance of James 4:17 and to honor the passage by doing what is right.

You stated: "The Executive Committee and Board of Directors have decided to support select new candidates for election in 2020."  Should you wish those candidates to be honest and true to their oath of office I suggest you consider using the following questionnaire.

Dear candidate ________________: Do you agree:

 The purpose of government is to secure people’s unalienable Rights to Life, Liberty and an opportunity to pursue Happiness as stated in the Declaration of Independence? Yes no

 To be lawful government must comply with the principles and policies set forth in our Declaration of Independence, Constitution of 1787 and Bill of Rights? Yes   No

 Any government Act that’s diminished or destroyed any Americans ability to enjoy a Right is an unlawful Act? Yes  no

 “Federal action has exceeded the clear bounds of its jurisdiction under the Constitution……”as alleged by thirty Republican governors?     Yes   No

 The governor’s pledge “to restore to the states and the people the prerogatives and freedoms guaranteed them under the Constitution” is to be supported? Yes No If yes will you do so? Yes   No

 The Constitution's 10th Amendment stating "the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution .... are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people" is incontestable evidence that the only lawful powers of the Federal Government are those specified in the Constitution? Yes   No

States, via the Constitution, created the federal government as their AGENT and therefore hold the ultimate authority and responsibility for its proper interpretation and implementation?   Yes   No

 Two threats to the Constitution are a Constitutional Convention and bankruptcy of our states? Yes No If yes will you support legislation designed to minimize or eliminate these threats? Yes   No

To fulfill the governor’s pledge the US must control its own destiny. This requires modifying or terminating its U.N. membership, bringing monetary policy into compliance with Art.1, Sec. 8:5 of the Constitution, and ridding America and Americans of the ungodly and unconstitutionally created debt resulting from the current policy?   Yes   No   If yes, will you introduce legislation dedicated to these changes? Yes   No

The Emergency Banking Act of 3/9/33 that made Americans official enemies of the Federal government and gave dictatorial powers to the Presidency must be repealed? Yes No

 Treaties, a purview of the President with the consent of the Senate, cannot lawfully create law as Art. 1 Sec.1 of our Constitution vested all legislative powers in the Congress? Yes No

 By applying doctrines of “interposition” and “nullification,” states can reject Federal legislation with which they disagree. (see South Carolinas 1832 Ordinance of Nullification) Yes No

 The 1946 change to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure denying citizens their Right to Common Law Grand Juries was/is un constitutional and must be nullified? Yes   No   If yes will you introduce or support such action?   Yes   No

 The 17th Amendment was fraudulently introduced and adopted and must be rescinded? yes no If yes will you introduce legislation to do so? yes   no



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