A Seminar on Arizona’s Gun Laws and Recent Policy Changes with Alan Korwin, TONIGHT!

 

INVITES YOU TO ATTEND

Gun Laws and Gun Policy: An Update

 PRESENTED BY ALAN KORWIN

Date: TONIGHT!  September 20, 2011
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Location: The Franciscan Renewal Center – St. Barbara Room
Address: 5802 E. Lincoln Dr., Scottsdale, AZ

Refreshments served

Cost: $10 per person

Payment can be made on our website , you will need to scroll down to the second posted seminar to see this event. http://arizonamainstreamproject.org/#q=Seminars 

 Payment can also be made at the door!

Arizona’s gun laws have changed dramatically in the last few legislative sessions. Do you know what happened to our self-defense laws? What’s it like to carry a firearm with no permit and no training required? And what about the politics — is Obama really going to outlaw guns, confiscate your property, tax ammunition to death, get the U.N. to dictate our laws? You’ve never owned or even fired a gun? How dangerous is that — being that defenseless?

 Come join one of the nation’s leading experts on gun laws and gun policy, our own local resource, Alan Korwin, author of nine books on the subject and a frequent guest on radio and TV nationwide. He’ll answer  your questions, engage you with the facts, and crack you up with his quick wit. In a dire emergency, what’s the best gun? The one you have. Don’t miss this exciting evening. Bring 10 rounds of ammo for VIP seating.

Alan Korwin, author of five books and co-author of eight others, is a full-time freelance writer, consultant and entrepreneur with a twenty-five-year track record. He is a founder and two-term past president of the Arizona Book Publishing Association, which has presented him with its Visionary Leadership award, named in his honor, the Korwin Award. He has received national awards for his publicity work as a member of the Society for Technical Communication, and is a past board member of the Arizona chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. He is active with the speaker’s bureau for the non-profit, Wash., D.C.-based news-media watchdog, Accuracy In Media.

Alan Korwin turned his first book, The Arizona Gun Owner’s Guide, into a self-published best-seller, now in its 24th edition. With his wife Cheryl he operates Bloomfield Press, which has grown into the largest producer and distributor of gun-law books in the country. It is built around nine books he has completed on the subject, including the unabridged federal guide Gun Laws of America, and a rapidly growing line of related books and DVDs.

  

Mexican-American “Raza” Expert Panel Discussion Open to the Public: Event will be Streaming LIVE!

FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE

A Panel Discussion: The Mexican-American “Raza” Controversial Ethnic Studies Program in the Tucson Unified School District

Phoenix, AZ – On Saturday, September 10, 2011, Arizona Mainstream Project (AMP) will bring to the public a panel discussion on the controversial Mexican-American or “Raza” ethnic studies program being taught in the Tucson United School District (TUSD). Speaking on this panel will be Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, Andy LaFevre (Public Relations Director for AZ State Superintendent John Huppenthal), Loretta Hunnicutt (founder TU4SD), John Ward (former ethnic studies teacher), Lisa Ruth (educator/activist), Rey Torres (President of Arizona Latino Republican Association), and Gabriela Saucedo Mercer (activist/CD 7 candidate). KFYI Talk Host Terry Gilberg will be moderating this panel discussion.

The panel will not only discuss events leading up to Superintendent John Huppenthal’s recent report that found TUSD in violation of A.R.S. 15-112, but will also discuss the real objectives of this controversial curriculum taught in the Tucson Unified School District; these include the overthrow of our government, ethnic resentment, and the redefining of “la familia.” The TUSD Mexican-American Ethnic Studies program is widely seen as a “militant” model to be spread throughout the country.

Each panel member will share their personal experience and direct involvement with uncovering the facts of this issue and how it has negatively impacted the Tucson community and how it affects all of America. You will gain an understanding of its history, the current legal battles, and needed citizen activism to stop this anti-American agenda.

This event will be held at the Phoenix Airport Marriott Hotel located at 1101 North 44th Street in Phoenix, Arizona, from 2 pm- 5 pm, MST.  Cost to attend is $15.00 per person. This panel discussion will be STREAMED LIVE from AMP’s website. Click on the “View Live Stream Now” button on our homepage www.ArizonaMainstreamProject.org and follow the instructions.

Go to www.ArizonaMainstreamProject.org for more information about this event and to purchase a ticket, or contact Honey Marques, Executive Director, at 808-283-3661 or email honey@arizonamainstreamproject.org.

Any press who plans to attend and cover this story, please contact Honey Marques to discuss arrangements and set up at 808-283-3661.

Arizona Mainstream Project is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit charitable grassroots organization whose mission is to attract, educate, and mobilize the people of Arizona around America’s founding principles and leadership. AMP believes in the principles of a constitutionally limited government, free markets, fiscal responsibility, and individual liberty to promote the common good and prosperity for the people of Arizona.

2011: The Current State of the Middle East Presented by Dr. Steven Carol

Presented by Dr. Steven Carol

 Date: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2011
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Location: Via Linda Senior Center
Address: 10440 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale (map)

Refreshments served

Cost: $10 per person

 Please register/RSVP on our website or RSVP on our Facebook page or email

honey@arizonamainstreamproject.org

As the first decade of the 21st century nears an end, the Middle East is a region with multiple conflicts that impact the world, and particularly the United States. With Iran crossing the nuclear threshold, civil wars raging in Iraq, Sudan, and Yemen, Christians embattled across the region, with Israel in existential peril and its survival being questioned, and radical Islam sweeping beyond the region, it is imperative, as Americans, that we have a knowledge and understanding of this region. Historian, author, and radio personality, Dr. Steven Carol can shed light on these issues and answer questions that arise. His books can be purchased at the seminar.

Women of Courage: Works by Conservative Artist Lisa Ruth

Arizona Mainstream Project – AnyStreet AZ – Winning With Women

PRESENTS

This event is FREE to the public

Appetizers will be served and there will be a cash bar

Complimentary glass of wine to the first 25 guests

RSVP on facebook or at honey@arizonamainstreamproject.org

 

Rights of Crime Victims, Seminar presented by Steve Twist, Tuesday, Aug. 9th

INVITES YOU TO ATTEND

SEMINAR ON RIGHTS OF CRIME VICTIMS

PRESENTED BY

STEVE TWIST, LAWYER

Steve Twist serves as Vice President and General Counsel for Services Group of America, in Scottsdale, Arizona. SGA is one of the largest privately held companies in Arizona. He is Past Chairman of the Board of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He is the former Chief Assistant Attorney General of the State of Arizona. He was the primary author of the Arizona Criminal Code, Title 13, Arizona Revised Statutes, which the Arizona Legislature adopted in 1977.

Steve has worked to promote crime victims’ rights for more than 30 years, providing assistance to Congress, statelegislatures, tribal governments, and local organizations in drafting, passing, and implementing victims’ rights statutes and amendments. He currently serves as President (and founder) of Arizona Voice for Crime Victims; and Vice President for Public Policy for the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA). He is a 2003 recipient of the President’s National Crime Victims Service Award. He also teaches victims’ rights law at the Arizona State University College of Law, where he is a founder of the school’s Crime Victims Legal Assistance Project—a project providing free legal representation to crime victims seeking to protect their legal rights.

Topics of discussion include:

History of the role of crime victims at the founding of our nation…Recent history and the role of President Ronald Reagan…Current challenges faced by crime victims…The need for citizen action

 Date: Tuesday, Aug 9, 2011
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Location: Via Linda Senior Center
Address: 10440 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale (map)

Refreshments served

Cost: $10 per person

Payment can be made on-line at www.ArizonaMainstreamProject.org or at the door!  

Educational Seminar on The Constitution with Shane Krauser


Arizona Mainstream Project

Presents

 Constitution I: How To Argue The Constitution And Win Every Time

Shane Krauser is the Director of the American Academy of Constitutional Education, an adjunct professor of constitutional and criminal law, the Chief Instructor of K-Force Vanguard (a firearms training institute), and a practicing attorney in the Phoenix area. Shane has spoken all over the State of Arizona at various venues on a number of constitutional issues. He has spoken at political rallies, addressed large audiences at the Tea Party’s national summit, guided expert panels with various political figures, appeared on the radio, and educated audiences of all sizes and demographics. He brings a wealth of knowledge to any forum, and that knowledge will inspire you. His experiences will captivate you.

 Part 1: (4 Hours)

“Does it Feel Good to be King?” Rights, privileges, and principles of sovereignty and why we are a republic and not a democracy.

“To Try Men’s Souls.” Historical influences overview and the structure and outlay of the Constitution.

Part 2: (4 Hours)

“Who Wins: Public Safety or Individual Rights?” The various amendments and their protections.

“How to Argue the Constitution and Win Every Time:” Debating constitutional issues by eliminating emotion, arguing facts, and understanding the Constitution.

 

Date: Saturday, July 23 and July 30 (8 hour course divided into two 4-hour sessions)
Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm 
Location: Franciscan Renewal Center, The Saint Barbara Room
Address: 5802 E. Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale

Refreshments will be served

Cost: $40 per person or $70 per couple

THERE ARE ONLY A FEW MORE SEATS LEFT

CALL HONEY AT 808-283-3661 IF INTERESTED IN ATTENDING

 

TUSD Board Member Michael Hicks Recinds Support for Board’s Appeal to Superintendent Huppenthal’s Findings

 

For Immediate Release

From: Michael Hicks
Lisa Ruth, Spokesperson
520-615-4052

Tucson Unified School Board members were misinformed and misled by district officials

TUSD Governing Board member Michael Hicks regrets and rescinds his support for TUSD’s appeal of Arizona ’s Superintendent of Public Instruction Huppenthal’s finding that the district is in violation of multiple state laws.

Mr. Hicks feels that district officials misrepresented the intent of the district’s appeal. Board members were told that the appeal was intended to lead to a better understanding of Huppenthal’s finding, when in fact the appeal challenged not only the constitutionality of the finding, but denied those parts of the finding that the district knew to be true.

Lisa Ruth stated, “Michael Hicks was led to believe that by voting in favor of the appeal, Huppenthal’s findings would be explored further. Had he known the outcome, he would have voted against the appeal and regrets his original position. Through the course of the last month, Mr. Hicks has met with more parents, children and educators regarding the Ethnic Studies program. These individuals have come forward to express their continued concerns about the course and curriculum. This information also leaves Mr. Hicks with concern for the children who have been exposed to the program and the implications for the community.”

Michael Hicks believes that in light of revelations by staff and statements made by parents and children involved in the program, and the entire investigation conducted by Superintendent Huppenthal that the entire program must come to an immediate end. Electives are not an acceptable alternative in current form, and staff and curriculum must be reevaluated in their entirety.

Michael Hicks is disappointed that Superintendent Pedicone has elevated the formerly unassociated and unofficial Mexican American Advisory Board to a Superintendent Committee. Members of that organization may not have put the interest of the district’s students ahead of their own political and economic interests.

Contact: Michael Hicks spokesperson Lisa Ruth 520-615-4052

 Arizona Mainstream Project

Presents

A Panel Discussion: The Mexican-American “Raza” Controversial Ethnic Studies Program in the Tucson Unified School District

ON THE PANEL

  • Attorney General Tom Horne
  • CD7 Candidate Gabriela Saucedo Mercer
  • Founder of TU4SD Lorretta Hunnicutt
  • President of ALRA Rey Torres
  • Public Relations Director for State Superintendent John Huppenthal Andy LaFevere
  • Educator John Ward

 Date: Saturday, September 10th, 2011
Time: 2:00 pm – 5:00 PM
Location: Phoenix Airport Marriot Hotel
Address: 1101 North 44th Street, Phoenix, AZ

Refreshments will be served

Cost: $15 per person

THIS EVENT WILL BE STREAMED LIVE FROM OUR WEBSITE

RSVP

For addtional information and questions send email to: info@arizonamainstreamproject.org or call 480-659-4232

 

 

Educational Seminar on U.S. Foreign Relations

Arizona Mainstream Project

Presents

U.S. Foreign Policy in the 21st Century: Challenges in U.S. Policy

Foreign policy in the 21st Century has been driven by forces like technological changes between, within and among nations, non-nation independent actors, power shift challenges from West to East, globalization, the changing nature of war and even statecraft. In addition, structural changes for nations posed by Islamic “theology” that are legal, social, political and religious will affect our near and long term future. These changes are happening at an even quicker pace than might ordinarily be expected. This seminar will explore the changing nature and subsequent foreign policy challenges for the U.S. in the 21st Century.

Speaker:  Professor Gene Aldridge, foreign policy expert

Date: Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Location: Via Linda Senior Center
Address: 10440 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale (map)

Refreshments served

Cost: $10 per person

RSVP

For addtional information and questions send email to: info@arizonamainstreamproject.org or call 480-659-4232