Lyle Rapacki continues his interview with Col. Waldron. Phil reads and explains the depth of the Arizona’s Senate subpoenas, and what the forensic audit team will examine.
April 16, 2021
Dr. Lyle interviews Col. Philip Waldron about the upcoming forensic audit in Arizona and what it might find. They also discuss the election fraud, and what countries were involved.
Photo: 21 Ava Hlavacek swings at a pitch in the second inning. Varsity Softball The Prescott Badgers suffered their first loss of the season, in an 8-5 contest with the Flagstaff Eagles, in Prescott yesterday. Eliza Legge pitched for the Badgers and roughed up for eight runs, seven earned, on eight hits. Legge struck out
The Yavapai Patriots has announced that the Arizona Senate Whip, Sonny Borrelli, will be the featured speaker at their upcoming meeting, Saturday, April 17, 2021, at 11 am in the Marina Room of the Hassayampa Inn, in downtown Prescott. Senator Borelli (R., Lake Havasu), was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives for LD5 in
When a consumer spends top dollar on a new home or car, they want everything to be perfect. They can be some of the most expensive purchases the average American makes in their lifetime. Buying a new home causes the American family to drain savings accounts and find cuts on non-essential expenditures. Many do it
After years of resistance from tribes around the state, Gov. Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2772 on Thursday, legalizing daily sports fantasy and sports betting in Arizona. The development comes on the heels of ratification of a revised Tribal-State Gaming Compact. “Today’s signing is the culmination of years of discussion and engagement among many diverse stakeholders, tribal