All direct quotes come from the candidates’ website. In order of last name Matt Nielsen – http://votemattnielsen.com/ Leans small government. Understands that his responsibility is to the citizens, not to business or any other group or interest. “1) Government shouldRead more
Let your stewards know that you are disappointed in this abuse of the authority we have delegated to them. Mayor and council members, many of your constituents are very disappointed in your lack of trust in the citizens of thisRead more
Gilbert citizens and friends of Gilbert, Please email the Town Council at email@example.com and let them know that a requirement to wear masks is not acceptable in Gilbert. Below is what I wrote to them. You can use any orRead more
https://www.facebook.com/events/625334474726818/643847726208826/?notif_t=admin_plan_mall_activity¬if_id=1592079881791296 Two councilmembers, Jared Taylor and Aimee Yentes shared information and their thoughts regarding the irresponsibility of the tax increase. Please take a few minutes to learn more and make yourself heard on June 16th and by emailing. Here isRead more
By Cory Carpenter, Editor | Town of Gilbert Council Meeting May 5, 2020 | Councilmember Yung Koprowski took her oath of office to support the Constitution of the United, the State Constitution, and the ordinances of the Town of Gilbert.Read more
As the nation focuses on deaths directly caused by the Coronavirus, very little attention has been paid to the devastation occurring due to the extreme “stay-at- home” measures forced by government upon businesses and citizens.Read more
We have much to celebrate in 2020, a Centennial year in the Town of Gilbert. However, no one could have foreseen the impact COVID-19 would have on our Town and society, and it has presented many challenges. The undersigned have carefully watched how the Federal, State, and Town governments have responded and feel it is important to outline the current problems and recommendations for a different course of action.Read more
Drastic government-forced mandates are placing children and jobless parents cooped up together and into unnatural states of fear and anxiety. No play dates. No sporting events. No going to the park. No job. No income. No outside professionals reporting signs of abuse, before it’s too late. No end in sight.Read more
Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse, now comes this report published in Pregnancy Help News by Kevin Jones. Some excerpts: "The numbers of women seeking at-home medication abortions through an experimental U.S. telemedicine provider has reportedly doubled under the coronavirus epidemic, though pro-life advocates said there are good reasons for restrictions on the practice.Read more
On the heels of New York’s horrific law allowing high risk abortions all the way up to birth, Arizona Democrat Raquel Teran and 16 Democrat Representatives wasted no time introducing legislation (HB2696) that would repeal Arizona’s Fetal Resuscitation Law (ARS 36-2301).
HB2696 was introduced on Tuesday, February 12, 2018. Click HERE to read the bill. Notice the very last sentence that reads: Section 36-2301, Arizona Revised Statutes, is repealed.
The critical wording of ARS 36-2301 reads: If an abortion is performed and a human fetus or embryo is delivered alive, it is the duty of any physician performing such an abortion and any additional physician in attendance as required by section 36-2301.01 to see that all available means and medical skills are used to promote, preserve and maintain the life of such a fetus or embryo.
We must take action against this attempt to allow aborted human babies born alive to die with no efforts to preserve their lives. God knew us before he formed us in our mother’s womb. Babies are a blessing from God and made in His Image.Read more