Thomas Jefferson Center Events: August 9 and 10
Here is your opportunity to learn what you won’t learn in Arizona’s public school system. Both of these seminars are brought to you by the Thomas Jefferson Center, and they are held at the Clearview Cultural Center, 1355 S. Clearview, Mesa, AZ. 85206. (North of US-60; East of Power Rd; NE corner of Hampton & Clearview)
"Current Events and the Constitution"
Friday, August 9. 7:00 – 9:00 pm
NO CHARGE. PLEASE BRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
"Healing of America Series" – Seminar #4 "Restoring the Charter of Freedom"
Saturday, August 10. 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Early registration: $39 – Register Now. At the door: $49.
Here is a description of this seminar. (Please attend even if you didn’t attend Seminars 1-3.)
" With the essential understanding you’ll have gained from Seminars 1-3, you’ll be ready to undertake a critical analysis of how the American people can restore the Constitution to its rightful place in our policies and our politics-and how we as a people can heal this great land: the Supreme Court, the Congress, the executive branch, and our educational systems, as well as our nation’s finances.
You will also learn how we can heal America spiritually and morally. Like every thinking American, you already know that we will never be able to succeed in this great land if we don’t eliminate the degeneracy that is wrecking families and destroying lives. But what can you and your family do about it? Seminar 4 will inspire you with new ideas and possibilities that will give you hope and assurance that America can recover and succeed. This "Healing of America" education series will prove to be among your most exciting learning experiences."Read more
Arizona Senator Chester Crandell (LD6) to Speak at Payson TEA Party Meeting 8/8/2013
First, he is NOT the infamous Sen. Rich Crandall (LD16) who voted for the Medicaid Expansion bill. This is Arizona Senator Chester Crandell (LD6) who voted against the Medicaid expansion.
Thursday, August 8th: Please join the Payson Tea Party, 6:00-8:00 pm, Tiny’s Family Restaurant, 600 E. State Highway 260, Payson, AZ. The speaker is AZ Legislative District 6 Senator Chester Crandell. Senator Crandell is the Chairman of the Public Safety Committee, the Vice-Chair of the Education Committee, and a member of the Natural Resources & Rural Affairs, Appropriations and Government & Environment Committees. He is a fifth-generation Arizonan, born in Holbrook. Please join us as we hear updates from Senator Crandell and ask him questions about various issues.Read more
Veterans Storm Washington, DC
Here are a few photos from the Million Vet March that occurred this morning. Just remember: Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and the Democrats want to make life as painful and difficult as possible for our country’s heroes.
Please click the “Read More” link below to see more photos and read more of this story.
A Young Man Named Joel: Courage at the Lincoln Memorial
Hands shaking, Joel exerts his Civic Authority. Next, you will see "We the People" taking back their government. And then you will see the next decision that Joel makes. Thomas Jefferson would be proud.Read more
Military Tribute: Thank You Veterans
See also The Reason to Delay Air Force One.Read more
Mansions of the Lord
A fitting tribute to all Americans who have fought and died in the name of Freedom.Read more
Arlington National Cemetery Commemorates 150th Anniversary
See Also: Military Tribute: Thank You Veterans Gettysburg Address: Nov. 19, 1863Read more
Independence Day Disappointment
Why celebrate “Independence Day” when so many American people have no idea what it means? Christmas is the Winter Holiday. Easter is the Spring Holiday. So, should we rename Independence Day? How about Fireworks Extravaganza Day?Read more
Why I Support Jim O’Connor for AZGOP Chair, and Not Jonathan Lines
#1: My personal experience of Jim O’Connor has been extremely positive. First, he educated me on the serious problems associated with Rep. J. D. Mesnard’s National Popular Vote bill (HB2456), which he brought up during last year’s legislative session. This was a complex issue, and Mr. O’Connor and I exchanged several emails and telephone calls in the process. I also did independent research. This resulted in an article that I published titled “Stop the National Popular Vote Compact in Arizona." Mr. O’Connor made a very impressive appeal before the House of Representatives against the National Popular Vote leading them to defeat that bill last session. He’s prepared to do it again.
Second, as a member of the Mommy Lobby, I deeply appreciated Mr. O’Connor’s leadership in LD23 in helping to pass HB2088, which protects students against surveys that gather private, personally identifiable information. He advised his representative in LD23, Heather Carter, "Our 444 Precinct Committeemen are reflecting the opinions of the 70,000 registered republican votes in our district overwhelmingly protecting the rights of parents and children. Please represent these and other republicans who desire to restrain government overreach." She voted in favor on reconsideration, and this bill passed. Mr. O’Connor has stood firmly in support of legislation that honors parental authority and rejects federal control of education in Arizona.Read more