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11. Please Make Phone Calls to Stop Obama's Unconstitutional Amnesty! Don't Stop Making those Phone Calls!

Please call Congress, your Arizona legislators, the Governor, and the Governor-Elect on Friday, November 21 and every day thereafter, until the following message sinks in: 



"The Constitution gives Congress the power of the purse.  I expect the Republicans in Congress to use it and defund anything connected with executive orders Obama issues regarding immigration.  What action will you be taking on this issue?"


Arizona Legislators, Governor Brewer, and Governor-Elect Ducey:


"On Nov. 4, Arizonans approved Prop 122 , an amendment to the Arizona Constitution to reject unconstitutional federal actions.   On Nov. 20, Barack Obama illegally granted amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.  Not only is this an unconstitutional federal action, but it will also cost Arizona citizens incalculable taxpayer dollars. You are the firewall between Arizona citizens and a lording Obama.  What actions do you intend to take?"  


Follows is a list of those you should call.  Be polite and be brief.  You might be talking to a 20- year old intern who will only be answering the phone and keeping track of the calls.

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Tags: Constitution, Illegal Aliens, Obama, Arizona Constitution
12. Open Letter to Doug Ducey: Please Stand Up Against Obama's Unconstitutional Amnesty!
Tags: Illegal Aliens, Obama, Constitution, Arizona Constitution
13. Nov. 4, 2014: The Propositions
Tags: Arizona Constitution, Families
14. 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
15. Arizona Constitution Seminar: 11/23/2013

Did you know that the Arizona Constitution is comprised of only 108 pages?  Here's the link.  The United States Constitution, including all 27 Amendments is comprised of only 21 pages.  Here's the link.  Did you know that the Arizona Constitution provides more individual protections in some areas than the U.S. Constitution, but that it also contains some of the most destructive, progressive elements as well?  Have you heard of the Black Robe Regiment, and its recent resurgence?  Here's the link.   Did you know that more than ever in the history of America, our religious liberties are being assaulted, and Alliance Defending Freedom is doing all possible to help?  Were you aware that when the IRS informs you that you must submit to an audit, they are violating the Fourth Amendment, unless they have obtained a search warrant and proved probable causethat you have broken a law?  Here's the link.  

We learned this and much more at the 11/23/2013 seminar that was organized by Sue Goodchild and held at the Living Faith Center in Prescott Valley.  The cost was a mere $20, and included a wonderful catered lunch.

The speakers were Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, Arizona Senator Chester Crandell (LD6), former Arizona Senator and Justice of the Peace Lester Pearce, and Shane Krauser, the director of the American Academy for Constitutional Education.

It was eye opening. 

Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne spoke about some of the more positive aspects of provisions found in the Arizona Constitution.  He first noted the Preamble, which is similar to the U.S. Constitution as well as other states' constitutions all across America: 

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Tags: Constitution, Bill of Rights, Christian Persecution, Religious Freedom, Arizona Constitution
16. Celebrating Arizona and Celebrating our Liberty

This year Arizona celebrates its 100th Birthday. All around the State, we will participate in a host of wonderful musical performances, speeches, and other tributes to our beautiful State. This is a great time for Arizona and its citizens. And even though Arizona has opportunities for improvement, we should be proud of all that we citizens have accomplished together. At this time, let us also celebrate the importance of statehood.

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Tags: Elections, Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Arizona Constitution, Free Market, Religious Freedom
17. Victor Petersen – Protecting Individual Rights

On 3/15/2011, Victor Petersen was asked this question: “What is your primary role as a Council Member?” Without hesitation, he answered “Protect individual rights.” (“LD22 Gilbert Council Candidate Forum, Minus the No-Shows”)

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Tags: Bill of Rights, Religious Freedom, Arizona Constitution, Constitution, Town Council

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