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Jan Brewer Defends Trump — ‘He’s Been Waterboarded’

Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” when asked about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Saturday in Gettysburg, PA promising to sue the women who have alleged sexual misconduct against him, former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) said, “He’s

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Jan Brewer Vows Arizona Won’t Go Blue for ‘Lying Killer’ Hillary

Tuesday on KTAR News’ “Mac & Gaydos,” former Arizona governor Jan Brewer called Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton a “lying killer,” who will not win Arizona in November in the presidential election. Brewer said, “That’s wishful thinking I think on

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Jan Brewer: Military Families Highlight Our Need for ‘High, Consistent, and Comparable Education Standards’

Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer appeared on Friday’s edition of Breitbart News Daily with SiriusXM host and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon to talk about her commitment to educational reform and her support for America’s military personnel, which combine in her involvement with groups like Military Families for High Standards and the Collaborative for Student Success.

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Fmr. AZ Gov. Jan Brewer: Trump’s Telling It Like It Is

“You know, being the governor of [Arizona], the gateway of illegal immigration for six years, we had to deal with a lot of things,” Brewer said. Brewer spoke of the barrage of drug cartels and smugglers contributing to the violence along the U.S. southern border in Arizona, but pointed out that it’s not just an Arizona problem. She noted that that contingent coming up through that region move on to other states throughout the nation. That makes it a national problem.

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Supreme Court Clears Way for AZ DREAMers to Get Driver’s Licenses

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court cleared the way for nearly 22,000 DREAMers in Arizona to receive driver’s licenses when it denied Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s request to stay a lower court’s decision that instructed a judge to block Brewer’s driver’s

MS-13 Member Sentenced for Obstructing Child Sex Trafficking Laws

MS-13 Member Sentenced for Obstructing Child Sex Trafficking Laws

A member of the MS-13 gang was sentenced to 60 months in prison for obstructing child sex trafficking laws, the Justice Department announced Monday.  Victor Manuel Contreras was sentenced by a federal judge in the Eastern District of Virginia. His

Arizona Gov: Feds Unsure of Identities of Illegal Immigrant 'Sponsors'

Arizona Gov: Feds Unsure of Identities of Illegal Immigrant 'Sponsors'

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer said federal officials confirmed during a Tuesday conference call that illegal immigrant children are being released to adults or “sponsors” whose identities the federal government often cannot verify.  The Republican governor said she “was confirmed what

AZ Gov Vows to Fight 'Imperial' and 'Lawless' Obama for Secure Borders

AZ Gov Vows to Fight 'Imperial' and 'Lawless' Obama for Secure Borders

On Monday, after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned Arizona’s decision to not issue driver’s licenses to those who received temporary amnesty from the federal government, Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vowed to fight a president she said was

Pro-Life Community Celebrates SCOTUS Hobby Lobby Decision

Pro-Life Community Celebrates SCOTUS Hobby Lobby Decision

The national pro-life community in the United States is celebrating the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the Obama administration’s HHS Preventive Service abortion pill mandate as a victory for religious freedom and for women’s rights. As Breitbart News’s

Jan Brewer: MS-13 Gang Members Could Be Crossing Border with Children

Jan Brewer: MS-13 Gang Members Could Be Crossing Border with Children

The United States has deported some of the world’s most dangerous gang members back to Central America, and Arizona Governor Jan Brewer wants President Barack Obama’s administration to check if some of them are threatening national security by accompanying the

Enjoy your deliberate crisis, border states

In response to AZ Gov Jan Brewer Disturbed and Outraged Feds Have No Plans To Stop Illegal Immigrant Dump: No sooner did I finish writing at length about how the humanitarian crisis on the border was deliberately created by the

Paul Gosar: Investigate Feds' Dumping of Illegal Immigrants at AZ Bus Stations

Paul Gosar: Investigate Feds' Dumping of Illegal Immigrants at AZ Bus Stations

Arizona Republican Rep. Paul Gosar wants the House Oversight Committee to open an investigation into the Obama administration moving detained illegal immigrants from south Texas to bus stations in Arizona.  In a letter to Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, the Arizona lawmaker

Arizona Withdraws From PARCC Common Core Test Consortium

Arizona Withdraws From PARCC Common Core Test Consortium

On Friday, Gov. Jan Brewer (R) announced that Arizona will withdraw from the increasingly controversial Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), a Common Core test consortium, of which it is a governing state. As azcentral.com reports,

AZ Republican Primary Candidate 'Quibbling' with the Truth

In the Arizona Republican primary, several candidates are lining up to replace Gov. Jan Brewer.  One of them seems to be making national news for all the wrong reasons.  First time candidate Christine Jones has a problem with telling the

Arizona Law Will Allow Surprise Abortion Clinic Inspections

Arizona Law Will Allow Surprise Abortion Clinic Inspections

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) has signed into law a measure that treats abortion clinics just like other medical facilities in the state, making them subject to the same health and safety inspection standards, including spontaneous inspections. The Women’s Health

AZ Gov Signs Bill Protecting Shooting on Private Property

AZ Gov Signs Bill Protecting Shooting on Private Property

On April 16 Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (R) signed House Bill 2483–a bill “that bars local government agencies from restricting shooting on private property.” This is the first of three bills to come out of the Arizona legislature this session.