Tuesday, June 27, 2017


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College Vote
"Professor Jones said we get extra credit if we vote for his son for town council - he's running as a Communist"

Arizona Republican. State Rep. Bob Thorpe believes that the college students actually “dilute” the elections, in the districts where they attend school and live.

Sources note that Thorpe is currently offering legislation that would restrict students from using their college addresses to vote, even though they live at that address all year long. While, his district is home to students of the Northern Arizona University, he believes that this action would limit a major left-leaning voter block.

“These students do not influence the elections within their home communities, where their families and neighbors live, but instead they dilute the votes of the local full-time residents within the college communities,” Thorpe told Courthouse News.

The bill calls for an amendment to Arizona’s voter registration rules and require all voters to have a physical address within the state, and an “intent to remain,” at that address, thus limiting college students from voting in districts where they don’t “actually live.”

“A dormitory address or other temporary college or university address may not be used for determining residency … and is deemed to be evidence of a temporary address with intent to return to some other permanent address,” the bill states.

Thorpe had introduced a similar bill, earlier this year, however, it was shot down by Doug Colemen and was refused a hearing in the state’s House Government Committee.

“Just the basic premise of the bill of actually saying that they couldn’t choose where their residence was, even if it was where they were living, I had issues with,” Coleman told Arizona’s Capitol Media Services in January.

Moreover, it was only in January that Thorpe had introduced a bill that barred colleges and public schools from utilizing student activity fees for any political speech, political activity or other political purpose,” and had also introduced a legislation that prevented all schools from teaching courses that focused on “social justice toward a race, gender, religion, political affiliation, social class or other class of people.”

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President Obama and his administration are under fire, but not from the usual political opponents. This time, Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu and Border Patrol Labor Council President Brandon Judd are criticizing Obama over his complete polarization and lack of resolve on our southern border.

The frustration on the border is boiling over because of the administration is telling law enforcement to stay away from known areas that are popular for drug smuggling and human trafficking.

The agents are upset because there are not enough of them and they don’t feel like they have the support of the administration. Even more shocking, the administration is not being honest with the American people.

When speaking about Obama and how his Admiration is handling the border crisis, Labor Council President Brandon Judd said this.

“He (Obama) has manipulated the data, had agents assigned to low traffic areas and attempted to quiet dissent by calling those who question his approach as misinformed without offering an evidence to support these allegations.”

With the Administration saying one thing and the local law enforcement saying another thing, it is hard to tell what is really happening. What is not hard to see is that the southern border is becoming a very serious problem.

Sheriff Babeu said that they have seen a 25% increase in illegal crossings so far this year. They have also seen a 102% increase in unaccompanied juveniles.

Reuters reported earlier this month that because of the GOP frontrunner’s comments about building a wall has increased illegal border crossings. All of Trump’s wall talk and his standing is the polls make many desperate South Americans feel as if this is their last chance, and the rush to the border is evident in the numbers given by Babeu.

The scene is tense in Arizona and our southern border states. The law enforcement is seeing a real problem and the administration’s role has been to sweep it under the rug and kick the can to the next president. Maybe wait for Trump to build his wall, but until then, it’s looks like our border agents have their hands tied and Obama is welcoming in thousands of illegals each week.

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A bizarre case of animal cruelty has put a Washington man behind bars.

The married, 56 year old, James Allen Darland was caught by an online sting operation trying to “arrange for sexual liaisons with various farm animals in exchange for sex with his own personal dog”. Not making this up. He was trying to pimp out his dog in exchange to have sex with farm animals.

Darland contacted an undercover detective through a website and admitted to various acts of beastiality and asked to spend multiple days on the advertised ranch for the expressed purpose of having sex with the animals there. Included on the detective’s fake ranch were miniature horses, dogs, and goats.

A months long investigation culminated in Darland’s arrest on Monday of this week on the charge of conspiracy to commit beastiality, a Class 6 felony. The evidence collected left no doubt about his intentions. The married man confirmed his plans via phone calls, emails, even videos and actions witnessed by the detective.

Darland also copped to having sexual encounters on his route during his 23 year tenure working with a delivery company. Customer’s animals and strays were not safe from his predilections. He also admitted that he had been having relations with a neighbor’s horse, dogs, and sheep for an extended period of time.

The dog has been seized and will be evaluated for sexual abuse by the Arizona Humane Society. Things don’t look good for the dog being unscathed.

There is no good part of this story. The man was cheating on his wife with the neighborhood animals and even tried to prostitute his own dog. Only to get caught trying to plan a farm animal sex vacation in Arizona.

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US History

If you thought mastering basic knowledge of American history, the Founding Documents and our form of government would be a requirement of graduation from high schools across the country, you would be wrong.

This week, Arizona became the first state in the nation to enact a law requiring high school students to pass the U.S. citizenship test on civics before graduation – the same test immigrants must take and pass to attain citizenship.

The measure received bipartisan support and was among the first acts undertaken by the Arizona state legislature and Republican Gov. Doug Ducey who signed it into law yesterday.

Under the new statute, all students must take the test and score at least 60 out of 100, beginning in the 2016-2017 school year – a requirement that the Arizona-based Joe Foss Institute says 15 other states are actively considering this year. The institute’s goal is to have all 50 states adopt the civics education measure by 2017, the 230th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution.

Institute president Frank Riggs said the testing initiative seeks “to ensure the delivery the very basics civics education that every high school graduate should have.” The Arizona law requires students pass the civics test before earning a high school or GED diploma.

Republican Arizona Senate Majority Leader Steve Yarbrough – who fast-tracked the legislation said “requiring that students pass this test is not by any means a silver bullet, but I think is a step, a small step forward”… adding that “we need to encourage the people of America to become more aware of the values of America.”

Here are just a few of the questions that appear on the immigrant test and will appear on Arizona’s civics test (correct answers in bold):

The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words?

  • I have a dream
  • We the People
  • Fourscore and seven years ago
  • Ask not what your country can do for you
  • The only thing we have to fear is fear itself

What do we call the first 10 amendments to the Constitution?

  • The Bill of Rights
  • The 10 Commandments
  • The Law of the Land
  • The Supreme Laws
  • The Executive Laws

How many amendments does the Constitution have?

  • 17
  • 10
  • 27
  • 20
  • 37

How many U.S. senators are there?

  • 200
  • 150
  • 100
  • 50

How long is the term of the president of the United States?

  • 2 years
  • 4 years
  • 6 years
  • 8 years

If both the president and the vice president are incapacitated and can no longer serve, who becomes president of the United States?

  • The Secretary of Homeland Security
  • The Speaker of the House
  • The Secretary of State
  • The Secretary of Defense
  • The Attorney General

How many justices are on the Supreme Court?

  • 5
  • 7
  • 9
  • 11
  • 13

Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

  • Thomas Jefferson
  • George Washington
  • Benedict Arnold
  • John Hancock
  • Benjamin Franklin

During the Cold War, what was the main concern of the United States?

  • Fascism
  • Communism
  • Commercialism
  • Terrorism
  • Nazism


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