Friday, February 27, 2015

Limited Number of Suns Tickets Available Contact Fountain Hills VFW Post 7507

Fountain Hills VFW Post 7507 has a limited number of discounted tickets remaining for Saturday's Basketball game between the Phoenix Suns and the World Champion San Antonio Spurs. The game starts at 7PM. The tickets have a face value of $37.75. The Post is offering them $10 each or 2 for $15. To purchase any of these remaining few tickets, contact Carl Krawczyk by calling c.krawczyk@hotmail or call 480-215-3899.
VFW Post 7507 also has tickets to the Coyotes v Chicago Blackhawks Hockey game on Thursday, March 12th. Game start at 7PM. Upper deck tickets for $110, lower deck for $60.
To buy any of these tickets, please contact Carl Krawczyk by e-mail at c.krawczyk@hotmail or call 480-215-3899.
More information about VFW Post 7507 can be found at
VFW Post 7507 in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Veterans serving veterans for 25 years
(h/t Boe James)

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Join Us! At Tiffany & Bosco, PA

Bill Lally and Tim La Sota of Tiffany & Bosco, PA
 Invite You to Attend a Reception in Support of 
Arizona’s Secretary of State Michele Reagan
Tiffany & Bosco, PA
Camelback Esplanade II - 7th Floor
2525 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, Arizona, 85016

Thursday, February 26, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Clients and colleagues are welcome to attend. Personal and PAC checks can be made payable and mailed to “Vote Reagan - 2014” and mailed to:

Vote Reagan
3104 East Camelback Road, #112
Phoenix, AZ 85016

Business / Business Casual

For more information and to RSVP please contact Sienna Myers at (602) 255-6018 /
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Monday, February 23, 2015

Invitation UMOM Birdsong Luncheon

 Dynamic Republican Women  
 Making a Difference!
UMOM Birdsong
Saturday, February, 28, 2015
Scottsdale Plaza Resort

7200 N. Scottsdale RD, Scottsdale, AZ 85253
Please join me and the UMOM Women's Auxiliary for their Annual Birdsong Luncheon. If you would like to attend, you can register and pay the $50.00 Luncheon fee online at Click on February 28th Birdsong Luncheon and follow the instructions. 
Here is a short update on where all of your donations have been going.  
UMOM Community Impact Report.....Ending homelessness one family at a time. 
891 families received safe shelter
147 veterans and their families served through Supportive Services for Veteran families
2,454 Children and Youth served by UMOM programs.
Success...92% of families who completed UMOM's programs did not return to shelter.
God Bless You
Anthea Dyer, PRWC, Caring for America Chair
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Have Breakfast With Da Judge Clancy and the Arizona Capital Times

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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Major Arizona Corporation Commission Corruption Scandal!

Information & Perspective by Warren Woodward
Sedona, Arizona ~ February 20, 2015

          I have been saying it for years, either the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) is corrupt or incompetent, or both. Incompetence is a certainty, and now it looks like corruption is too.

          A whistleblower from inside the ACC has come forward and nailed former commissioners Gary Pierce and Brenda Burns as well as current commissioner Bob Stump and ACC "Executive Director" Jodi Jerich.
          I love it!
          The whistleblower's letter is an absolute must-read. It's here:

          12 News did a story on this but emphasized Pierce as the "allegedly" corrupt one. When you read the whistleblower's actual letter however, you'll see that the others I mentioned are involved according to the whistleblower. Something else 12 News missed is that Ron Ludders, who was employed for a time by Pierce and Burns, used to work for APS. Keep that in mind as you read the letter.

          Also, note how commissioner Bob Stump, who was the ACC chairman at the time, arranged a lunch to hear out the whistleblower's concerns. Is that really the appropriate venue for something so serious? I don't think so. Note also that it took Stump almost two weeks to meet with the whistleblower after hearing the initial allegations.

          Just as the ongoing corruption scandal in California has tainted decisions made by their CPUC, so this scandal should render as corrupted and invalid the decisions made under this corrupt (and incompetent) ACC.

          The whistleblower finished his letter with, "To my knowledge, nothing has been done with the information I provided." All I can say is, thanks, and don't feel bad Mr. Whistleblower, for years nothing has been done with the information I have provided either.

          Some years ago when I first suspected corruption at the ACC, I had a phone conversation about it with the Phoenix FBI. They listened patiently but said they could not act just on my suspicion. I thanked them for listening and told them to remember the conversation because at some point in the future it would all come out. The future has finally arrived.