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21. Center for Self Governance: Upcoming Classes

The coursework offered by the Center for Self Governance has become so popular across the state that Youth Pricing is now available.  There is a scholarship program for individuals age 18 and under.  

•    Only $15 for youth who attend with a parent or whose parent has already taken the class.

•    Only $20 for youth who attend on their own.

CSG training is recommended for ages 11 and up. Youth pricing applies to all levels of training.

If interested, please contact Mishelle at prior to the class session. Please pay at the door via cash or check.

 CSG also has two half-scholarships for Level 1 available for students age 19-25 ($20 off tuition price of $40). These were offered by an Arizona student who wants to see more young people in the classes. If you are interested, please contact Arizona CSG at

Audits will remain $10 per session.

Self-governance is exercising individual liberty, personal responsibility, and civic authority for the control of instituted government.

Did you know that Self-Governance graduates, working as Teams, have had a 100% success rate working at the local level?   They have had an 85% success rate at the state level, and 20% success rate at the federal level.  Check out this flyer

Please click HERE for a full listing of all classes coming up in Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Prescott Valley, Tucson, Heber, Scottsdale, Gilbert, and Flagstaff. 

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Tags: Bill of Rights, Constitution
22. Upcoming Center for Self Governance Classes!

This is a reminder that the Level 2 Class will be held in PAYSON on Tuesday, March 4, from 9:00 am - 5:30 pm!  The meeting will take place at Tiny's Restaurant, which is located at 600 Arizona Highway 260, Payson.  The cost is $60.  You can register HERE or at the door.  Be sure to bring your completed homework from Level 1.    

Level 2 - Communications in Self Governance

The Level 2 course is designed to teach argument framing, messaging, debate, and communications in strategic self-governance. Students will learn how to engage legislators, citizens, media, and opponents of self-governance. This course will give students the hands on experience needed to effectively communicate a self governance message.

Please check the Center for Self Governance website for Levels 1, 2, and 4 classes scheduled in other Arizona locations during March.  These classes teach American citizens how to exert their Civic Authority.  The voice and knowledgeable actions of just one of these citizens is worth more than 10 lobbyists! 

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Tags: Bill of Rights, Constitution
23. Unannounced Enforcement Audits to be Conducted by 900 newly hired DOL Agents/Auditors

I received this email on Feb. 21, 2014, from my payroll company.   The name of the company and its representative have been removed.  

As you read the email which has been sent to all of this company's Arizona business owners, please consider the following:

Declaration of Independence:  "He has erected a Multitude of new Offices, and sent out hither Swarms of Officers to harrass our People, and eat out their Substance."

Amendment IV from the U.S. Constitution:  "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

Hello Business Owner,

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Tags: Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence
24. Upcoming Center for Self Governance Classes

Please check the Center for Self Governance website for Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4 classes scheduled in February and March.  These classes teach American citizens how to exert their Civic Authority.  The voice and knowledgeable actions of just one of these citizens is worth more than 10 lobbyists! 

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Tags: Bill of Rights, Constitution
25. ALIS and RTS: Tools for the politically active

by Patrick O'Malley
Precinct Committeeman LD12

This year there are two applications on the Arizona State Legislature website ( that every Conservative should know about. They are the Arizona Legislative Information System (ALIS, pronounced like Alice) and the Request To Speak (RTS) applications. The Progressives are on board and using RTS to out comment Conservatives by two to one, and all of their comments are read as part of Legislative Committee hearings. We need to speak up or our Legislators will be overwhelmed with comments that don’t support our views.

Both applications deal with new bills under consideration by the Legislature. They both let you search for bills of interest to you and see what committees they have to go through to get to the floor. You can mark bills of interest to you and put them in a personal list so you can check on them quickly. 


The disadvantage of the RTS application is you have to physically go to the State Capitol to create your account, or get somebody to do it for you. After that you can do everything with RTS online.  With the ALIS application you can create an account online and track bills, but you can’t make comments. This article focuses on RTS because RTS does everything ALIS does and lets you make comments that will be read in committee meetings.

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Tags: Arizona Legislature, Arizona Constitution, Bill of Rights, Constitution
26. Gilbert School Board to Vote on Invocation 1/28

He died for you.  Are you too busy to say a few words on His behalf?  

On Tuesday, January 28, the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board will be voting on a Resolution to replace the "Moment of Silence" with an Invocation.  Already, the board members have received a letter from FREEDOM FROM RELIGION (FFR) Foundation threatening a lawsuit.  

Click HERE to read the threat from FFR.

Click HERE to read the Resolution to bring back the Invocation.  

Three members of the Gilbert Schools Governing Board will most likely vote YES to the Invocation Resolution.  The three board members expected to vote in favor are Staci Burk, Julie Smith, and Daryl Colvin.  It is expected that 2 will vote against the Resolution.  They are Lily Tram and Jill Humphreys.  See the 1/14/2014 video of the Invocation Resolution discussion, which begins at 01:47:30.    

Please arrive EARLY and complete a Request to Speak card prior to the start of the meeting.  It will not be accepted if you turn it in after the meeting has started.

Date:              Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Time:              7 pm.
Location:        Governing Board Room, Gilbert Public Schools District Office, Building B, 140 S. Gilbert Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85296

You will be speaking on Agenda Item. 8.01.  Click HERE to see the Agenda.  Item 8.01 reads: "Approval of a Resolution Authorizing of Voluntary Opening Invocation before the start of the Governing Board Meetings (Policy requested), Presentation by Susan Segal."

In addition to, or in lieu of, speaking out, please send an email to the Governing Board expressing your desire that they vote YES to the Invocation Resolution.


The bottom line message from everyone who opposes the Invocation is this:  DON’T SAY ANYTHING I DON’T WANT TO HEAR.   Another name for the “Moment of Silence” is:  DON’T SAY ANYTHING I DON’T WANT TO HEAR. 


The opposition will say:  1) "The board is establishing religion."  (Really? Which religion, specifically?  How is allowing Gilbert citizens the ability to invoke Divine Guidance "establishing religion"?  Also, isn't the FFR forcing its own “religion” of Anti-Religion on everyone?)  2) "We could be sued if we have an Invocation."  (You could be sued if you "prohibit citizens the free exercise of religion."   3) "We need to be inclusive."  (The board is inviting all religions to be represented.  How is that not "inclusive"?).  4) "The Moment of Silence has worked well for everyone involved."  (This was actually stated by Board member Jill Humphreys at the 1/14/2014 board meeting.  The Moment of Silence--aka DON’T SAY ANYTHING I DON’T WANT TO HEAR--hasn't worked for the many citizens who have for the last year spoken in favor of bringing back the Invocation.).  5) "I don't want to be subjected to that person's point of view."  (This was stated by a citizen at the 1/14/2014 board meeting.  The only way to never be subjected to another person's point of view is to be declared dead.)

Many people, including the Freedom From Religion Foundation, use statements made by Thomas Jefferson to bolster their anti-religion arguments.  It is impossible to believe that Thomas Jefferson would ever stand in this meeting and speak in opposition to a School Board wishing to allow private citizens to say a simple prayer at the beginning of their meetings.  It is incredible that he would wish to silence anyone in such a meeting, because that person asked a Supreme Being to help the board make good decisions, and to offer His blessings on them and to everyone in the room.  Could you visualize Thomas Jefferson telling someone, "I don't want to be subjected to your point of view"?  

As president of the United States, in both his first and second Inaugural addresses, Thomas Jefferson called upon God to guide him, and to bless the people of America.

He stated at the end of his first Inaugural address....”And may that Infinite Power which rules the destinies of the universe lead our councils to what is best, and give them a favorable issue for your peace and prosperity."   Thomas Jefferson First Inaugural Address

In his second Inaugural Address, he must have felt a stronger need for Divine Guidance, because his plea for help was much longer and more plaintive. President Thomas Jefferson stated....”I shall need, too, the favor of that Being in whose hands we are, who led our forefathers, as Israel of old, from their native land, and planted them in a country flowing with all the necessaries and comforts of life; who has covered our infancy with his providence, and our riper years with his wisdom and power; and to whose goodness I ask you to join with me in supplications, that he will so enlighten the minds of your servants, guide their councils, and prosper their measures, that whatsoever they do, shall result in your good, and shall secure to you the peace, friendship, and approbation of all nations."  Thomas Jefferson Second Inaugural Address

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Tags: Bill of Rights, Christian Persecution, Religious Freedom, Schools
27. Center for Self-Governance: Upcoming Classes

Levels 1, 2, 3, and 5 classes offered by the Center for Self Governance are coming up very soon throughout Arizona.   See below for dates, times, locations, cost, how to register, etc.  If you haven't started these classes yet, please begin now. 

What's so Special About these Classes?

Have you ever wondered why our local school districts don't educate students on how to exercise their individual civic authority?  What is the difference between civic "duty" and civic "authority"?  Do the schools promote America's founding as a republic, not a democracy, and why a republic is superior? 

Have you ever wondered why the media (newspapers, magazines, television, entertainment, etc.) denigrates conservatives, the TEA Party, and the Bill of Rights, etc?

Do you understand that both political parties preserve power, and do you know how they do it?  Do you know the true purpose of "political correctness" and how it is used to control the debate, divide and marginalize people, and silence the opposition?

Are you aware that most bureaucrats (town, city, county, state, federal, school, college) have been very well trained to "deal with you and shut you up"?  The professional politicians of both parties do the same.  Did you know that, until you learn how to self govern, you are no match for them and their well mastered techniques?

Here's the battle in America at every level of our society:  Centralized Governance versus Self Governance.

Take the first class, and your eyes will open.  Once opened, you will learn how to graciously, professionally, slowly but surely, restore our Republic.

Upcoming Classes
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Tags: Bill of Rights, Constitution
28. Why Good People Should Be Armed

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Tags: Bill of Rights, Second Amendment
29. Justice Joseph Story: Second Amendment

"One of the ordinary modes, by which tyrants accomplish their purposes without resistance, is, by disarming the people, and making it an offence to keep arms, and by substituting a regular army in the stead of a resort to the militia.  The friends of a free government cannot be too watchful, to overcome the dangerous tendency of the public mind to sacrifice, for the sake of mere private convenience, this powerful check upon the designs of ambitious men."  

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Tags: Bill of Rights, Second Amendment
30. Evil is Coming
The need to protect our children far outweighs anyone else's politics.
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Tags: Bill of Rights, Second Amendment

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