Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 See Also: Tribute to the Soldier: Memorial Day 2017 Memorial Day Tribute | Mansions of the Lord | Hillsdale College MemorialRead more
Do you know the 3 branches of American government as outlined in the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights? If you said Legislative, Executive, and Judicial, you are wrong. Listen to this freshman senator from Oklahoma educate us. (Thanks to Randy Hatch, leader of Red Mountain TEA Party, for finding this.)Read more
Randy Hatch, president and founder of the Arizona Red Mountain Patriots, will be speaking at 6 pm to members of the Payson TEA Party. The group meets at Tiny’s Restaurant, 600 E. State Highway 260, Payson. An interesting an engaging speaker, Randy is an expert on American History, the founding of America, and the Founders themselves. The Arizona Red Mountain Patriots is well known throughout Arizona as the best attended weekly meeting of TEA Patriots.Read more
The setting was Monday night, March 19, held by the Red Mountain Tea Party at the East Valley Mesa High School. Its leader is Randy Hatch. The auditorium normally holds 500 people and the meeting was to begin at 7 pm. By 6:45 all the seats were taken, and people were standing at the sides and back of the room. About 200 people were turned away due to fire code.Read more
Recently, I published two posts relating to the Gilbert School Board’s 9/4/2012 refusal to reinstate a non-denominational Invocation to open its governing board meetings. These included Daryl Colvin Asks Gilbert School Board to Bring Back the Invocation and Some Stand Firm; Some Crumble. Since that time, Hayley Ringle of the Arizona Republic published an article titled Gilbert School Board Stance on Prayer Upsetting Some.
Board member Staci Burk had proposed that the Board merely "discuss" the issue of reinstating the Invocation, but 4 board members–EJ Anderson, Helen Hollands, Blake Sacha, and Lily Tram–refused. As you will note in Hayley’s article, the basis of that refusal was "fear of a lawsuit."Read more
Jimmy Lindblom is running as a conservative against proven conservative, Warren Petersen, for the open Senate seat in LD12. LaCinda Lewis is running as a conservative against proven conservative Eddie Farnsworth and Travis Grantham for one of the House seats in LD12.
Lindblom’s website cites Protecting Individual Freedoms • Limited Government • Local Control • Education Advocate • Business Friendly. Under the heading "Media", you will see several flyers, including one titled "Our Conservative Team for the State Legislature," which includes LaCinda Lewis as his team mate. (See below.)
Lewis touts Family – Education – Economy from a a "unique conservative perspective."
It’s hard to fathom why voters would believe that Lindblom and Lewis are conservatives. Conservatives abide by the Republican platform. They work very hard to stand up for and defend those principles. RINO’s and Democrats don’t. Why work hard when it’s easier to vote for something that sounds good.
Lindblom and Lewis have listed many endorsements they have received from local leaders. Gilbert Watch took a look at some of those endorsements.Read more
This is the story of how a small, determined group of worried mothers and fathers stopped a train wreck, even after that train was barreling down the tracks. It took these parents, neighbors, and their friends less than a month to stop a project they were told by Gilbert Town bureaucrats could not be stopped and that had been in planning and development for a year. The developer and land owner of the project ignored them….at first. The group started organizing in late March. That’s when the Town had posted signs in their neighborhood on the site of a mental health facility to be completed in the Fall of 2014.
That was the first that Pioneer Elementary parents knew what was in store for them. In record speed, they launched one of the best organized, best mobilized grassroots community action efforts experienced by Gilbert since the effort to stop Prop 406 (sales tax increase).
What turned a contented neighborhood into a battling army?Read more
These are messages from scholars of American History.Read more