Pro-Police Movement Leader Supports Marsha Hill In Race For Maricopa County Sheriff

Nohl Rosen, the founder of the pro-police movement Rally For L.E. has come out in support of Marsha Hill to be the new top cop in Maricopa County. Here he is in a recent picture supporting the members of the Arizona DPS.

While many in Arizona have focused on the race for President and for the United States Senate, one local race being overlooked is the race for Sheriff of Maricopa County and one candidate just got an endorsement which could be a slight game changer as the August 30th’s primary looms closer. Nohl Rosen, the founder of Rally For L.E., a pro-police movement has decided to endorse Marsha Hill for Sheriff putting him at definite odds with those he knows that are staunch Joe Arpaio supporters.

“Yes, I have had some lively discussions about the race for Sheriff with some people I would consider friends that staunchly support Arpaio. At one time I was an Arpaio supporter but I just can’t support him anymore. I feel as a citizen that a change is needed at the MCSO and that he’s not fit to lead it anymore.  I feel Marsha will bring integrity into the job and that the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office will definitely stand to benefit as a result. Being Sheriff shouldn’t be about camera time, theatrics or hero worship, it should be about doing the job and being held accountable for your actions. Hill believes in accountability and that’s pretty important in my opinion because the voters should know what’s going in the MCSO and not have to hear about a problem on the 10pm news,” Rosen said.

However, while Rosen supports Hill he does respect Arpaio’s lengthy career in law enforcement and mentions that he do some good for the MCSO like creating the Animal Cruelty Enforcement Unit, the MASH Unit and Tent City. Of course, Rosen also mentions that his choice of backing Hill also was because he saw how she intends on running the MCSO.

“She’s stated that she wants to run the department like a business. One of her plans is to shrink the command staff a bit and take the money that’s saved there and hire more deputies. She also wants to make sure the deputies that need it also get training on the Constitution and wants to give help to personnel that suffer from PTSD which is high among law enforcement right now. She also believes in the Second Amendment and is against any kind of federalization of police not to mention is against illegal immigration,” He added.

Right now Hill is fighting a grass roots effort to unseat Arpaio and Rosen says that people should get to know her and that the local media might want to talk to her as well as the other candidates running for Sheriff.

“Arpaio has definitely has name recognition, but the voters should have the right to hear about the other candidates. I feel Marsha would make an excellent Sheriff. She’s worked along side of them for a good number years, knows the command structure and would work hard to get to know the community that she’d serve as Sheriff. She does care about people and I think she’d be leading from the front and not the back,” Rosen added.

For more about Marsha Hill and her run for Sheriff visit her campaign’s web site www.marshahillforsheriff2016.com or call 602-774-2774.

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Pro-Police Movement Founder Says Armed Citizens Need To End The War On Police

Rally For L.E. founder Nohl Rosen stood watch earlier this month holding a Thin Blue Line flag outside a Scottsdale hospital in support of MCSO Deputy Bryan Wisda who was shot multiple times by a drive by shooter during a traffic stop. 

The founder of the pro-police movement Rally For L.E. (the LE standing for law enforcement) recently appeared on the Chips -N- Salsa Show in Phoenix to talk about the war on police and he isn’t holding back when it comes to the topic when asked on what we can do to end it.

“There’s obviously a clear war that’s been declared on law enforcement in this country and armed citizens need to stand with police in order to end it. We need to have their backs, it’s that simple,” said Nohl Rosen the movement’s founder.

Last week Phoenix Police buried Officer David Glasser in what was described as a massive tribute to truly was a fallen hero. Even in death Officer Glasser saved other lives as he was an organ donor. After being laid to rest however another Phoenix police officer was shot at during a traffic stop. The officer was unharmed but the suspect is still at large. Officer Glasser wasn’t the only officer killed recently in the line of duty and laid to rest in the last week. Auburn police officer Ronald Tarentino, Jr. after he was shot by the driver of vehicle he stopped. In both cases, Officers Glasser and Tarentino both passed away at the hospital and also left a family behind.

Also in the same week a Harris County, GA deputy was shot in the face during a traffic stop but the suspects have been arrested. Over the weekend Houston Police officers also came under attack as well. But despite the battle he wants officers to know that Rally For L.E. will stand by them and be there when they need help. He also says they’ll be there in both good and bad times.

“We shouldn’t just support them when a cop has been killed in the line of duty we need to do it while they’re still here. That’s one of things I’ve been working hard to do and also encourage others to do the same,” Rosen said.

Rosen has stood watch at 3 different hospitals for officers that were shot in the line of duty and he doesn’t want there be to be a fourth.

“One cop injured or killed in the line of duty is one too many in my book. One way or another the war on cops will end and it won’t be the bad guys that win,” Rosen added.

For more about Rally For L.E. visit the movement’s web site at www.

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Phoenix Business Offers Free Computer Service To Police Officers In May

Panther TEK, a Phoenix based IT company is offering 1 free hour of computer service during the month of May to both active and retired members as well as their immediate family members as a way to thank them for their service to the community.

One locally owned business in Phoenix is showing its support for law enforcement members and their families in a very special way, by offering them and their family members 1 free hour of computer repair or troubleshooting service all this month. And if you knew the company’s owner you wouldn’t be at all surprised. Nohl Rosen who owns and operates Panther TEK a local computer repair company also is the founder of Rally For L.E. a pro-police movement. His support of police is getting known at least within the  law enforcement community and he says offering the hour of free service of computer troubleshooting and repair was easy.

“I believe in supporting law enforcement because they provide such a valuable service to our community. I certainly can’t thank them enough for what they do. To me they’re heroes and these people literally lay their lives on the lives on the line every single day to protect their community the least I could do is be there for them when they need service from a local business. I also can’t forget the sacrifices the families of police officers make as well,” Rosen said.

The offer of free service is also available for retired law enforcement members and their immediate family members as well. To get the free hour law enforcement members need to show their badge or other valid police ID.

For more information or to schedule service call Panther TEK at 480-980-8541. You can also visit the company online at www.panthertekit.com

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Cat Galaxy Celebrates 15 Years Of Broadcasting

This week Cat Galaxy celebrates its 15 year anniversary. The radio station for cats began broadcasting on April 21, 2001 and has been run by cats ever since. In fact, it is the only internet radio station where cats not only run it but its directed audience is cats as well.

On April 21st Cat Galaxy, the internet radio and TV station for cats celebrates it’s 15th anniversary and the station is already gearing up for the future. Later this year Cat Galaxy will launch a new web site and hopefully be putting out more video content as well.
“We’ve come a long way since the first day we began broadcasting but our mission has remained the same, to put out quality programming for cats everywhere. Our audience can expect to see some changes on the way later this year,” said Nohl Rosen, one of the station’s founders.
Cat Galaxy has had some high points and low points in the 15 years it has been on the air, including the loss of one of the station’s other founding members Isis Rosen who passed away in 2013. Isis also was the station’s manager as well. After her passing her brother Icarus took over the role of station manager and helped to get things slowly back on track. Isis wasn’t the only key player that is no longer with the station, Isis’ and Icarus’ sister Jade passed away in 2008. While not a founding member she like her siblings was important in the station’s day to day operations. Now, since 2013 the station has come full circle with one cat as manager and a human handling everything else.
“Icarus definitely has done a great job managing things around here. However, unlike Isis he doesn’t care much for making personal appearances and being in front of the camera unless it’s on his terms. He prefers to be at home base working things behind the scenes,” Rosen added.
Over the course of 15 years, Cat Galaxy has received it’s fair share of attention has even won a broadcaster award but Rosen says the station’s main focus is making sure to put out quality broadcasts for the cats to enjoy. The station is planning a few new projects but they’re being kept top secret for now. For more information about Cat Galaxy you can visit the station online at www.catgalaxymedia.com.
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Phoenix Business Owner Shows Support For Police, One Department At A Time

Phoenix business owner Nohl Rosen seen here with Officer Craig Scartozzi  from the Surprise PD has been making his way around the Valley in an effort to show police they matter. He’s also the founder of Rally For L.E. a nationwide pro-police movement.

In what has become a labor of love for one Phoenix business owner has blossomed into a full fledged movement in support of the police. Nohl Rosen who owns and operates Panther TEK a local computer repair company is also the founder of Rally For L.E., a nationwide pro-police movement which for over a year has rallied in support of law enforcement nationwide. Most recently he’s been seen standing out in front of police stations around the Phoenix metro area alone to let the man and women in blue know that there are people in the community that support them.

“It’s important to show the police officers that we care about them. The response has been well received at the stations I’ve gone to and hopefully more people will be encouraged to support what they (the police officers) do. I also want to show that one person can also make a difference and that you don’t always need a large crowd to accomplish that goal,” said Rosen.

Rosen says it’s been well worth it to take a little time off work to support law enforcement and is not only hoping the community will stop to show their appreciation to their local police department but that local businesses will also do the same. Rosen has been to 7 different police departments around the valley with the solo rallies showing support for the police. The latest stops were in the last 2 days at Peoria and Surprise PD headquarters.

He also organized a much larger rally recently in Chandler as well. He plans on organizing more rallies which he says he’ll put the word out soon. Of course when he’s not out supporting the police he’s busy solving his customer’s computer problems which Rosen says is a main priority for him.

“I try to balance both, though I have to make a living. But supporting the police is a passion of mine so it’s great to do when I have time off and I want them to know that they matter. However, serving my customers is important as well,” Rosen added.

You can reach Panther TEK at 480-980-8541 or visit the company’s web site at www.panthertekit.com.

 

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Dr. Kelli Ward To Appear At Back The Badge Rally In Chandler

McCain challenger Kelli Ward is scheduled to appear at the Back The Badge rally in support of law enforcement at Chandler Police Headquarters on April 2nd.

Once again former Arizona State Senator Dr. Kelli Ward who is challenging Senator John McCain for the United States Senate will join fellow police supporters at the Back The Badge rally to support law enforcement being held at Chandler Police Headquarters on April 2nd. The rally is expected to begin at 10am. Ward will be one of the keynote speakers at the event which is being organized by Rally For L.E. a pro-police movement. This will be Ward’s second appearance at the rally thrown by group. She spoke at Rally For L.E.’s previous Back The Badge rally which was held in Mesa in February. She also has been endorsed by the group’s founder Nohl Rosen who started the movement locally back in 2014 and it quickly spread nationwide. He has endorsed Ward as a candidate

“We’re glad that Dr. Ward is joining us again as we rally in support of the police which have been attacked nationwide. I have no doubt that she will be a strong voice for law enforcement in Washington DC and I certainly encourage people to vote for her. One of the things I like about Dr. Ward is that she takes the time to meet with the voters and has been brave enough to come out in support of law enforcement when other candidates shy away from them for fear that supporting police officers will somehow lose them votes or that it might anger groups that regularly oppose law enforcement. Ward has proven that she’s a candidate of the people and not afraid of supporting our cops,” Rosen said.

Dr. Ward is the only GOP candidate in the 2016 election on a national level that has had the courage to engage with Rally For L.E. which has worked tirelessly to show support for police officers around the country. But Ward isn’t the only notable which plans to be in Chandler for the rally. Chandler City Councilman Kevin Hartke and Arizona State Senate Majority Leader Steve Yarbrough are planning to be in attendance. But the big stars will the members of the Chandler Police Department including Chief Sean Duggan who may also stop by but there has been no official word yet on whether that will happen. Those attending the rally are invited to bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as signs to support Chandler PD.

 

 

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Pro-Police Movement Leader Endorses Kelli Ward For United States Senate

Nohl Rosen, the leader of the pro-police movement Rally For L.E. is endorsing Dr. Kelli Ward for United States Senate and hopes she’ll unseat Senator John McCain.

Dr. Kelli Ward, who is running for the United States Senate against Senator John McCain just received another endorsement to her campaign which could gain her support from the law enforcement community. Nohl Rosen, the leader of the national pro-police movement Rally For L.E. has officially endorsed Ward to replace McCain and says she’s just the voice needed to represent our nation’s police officers on Capitol Hill.

“We need a strong voice of support for law enforcement in Washington that they don’t currently have. I think Kelli Ward can be that voice and carry our message of backing them to Congress. Ward is doing what no other candidate is doing, she’s backing law enforcement and showing she isn’t afraid to do so. That’s the kind of candidate we need so I happily endorse her campaign and hope other supporters of law enforcement will do the same,” Rosen said.

Ward recently attended the Back The Badge rally to support law enforcement at Mesa Police Headquarters and openly showed her support for law enforcement. She’s also the only candidate in a national race for office that has appeared at a Rally For L.E. event when most have ignored the fact that a pro-police movement even exists.

“It’s time other candidates showed the same courage Ward has to stand with us in support of our nation’s police officers. What has impressed me most about her is that she isn’t afraid to speak her mind and while she has spent time in Arizona State Senate she isn’t an establishment candidate. She’s showing she’s the people’s candidate which many have been wanting. I also like that she is standing in support of the Second Amendment as well,” Rosen added.

The next Back The Badge rally that Rally For L.E. will be organizing will be at Chandler Police headquarters on April 2nd.

 

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National Pro-Police Movement Boycotts Beyonce And The NFL

The national pro-police movement Rally For L.E. is taking a bold step to support law enforcement by completely boycotting both Beyonce and the NFL.

The national pro-police movement Rally For L.E. recently began a boycott of both Beyonce and the NFL as a result of her anti-law enforcement performance at the 2016 Super Bowl. Her performance included a salute to Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers which have both advocated for the killing of and attacks on police officers nationwide.

“It’s disgusting that this kind of performance that clearly attacks law enforcement would happen on a national stage. We need to send a clear message to both Beyonce and the NFL that this will not be tolerated, and the best way to do it is to hit them both in the pocketbook as well as put an end to any support services they might need at their events,” said Rally For L.E.’s leader Nohl Rosen.

The boycott includes not attending any events hosted by either Beyonce or the NFL. This includes not buying tickets to any of Beyonce’s concerts, gear, or her music. In regards to the NFL the boycott will include not buying tickets to any football games, gear or give them any kind of financial support. Rally For L.E. is also urging police departments across the country not to give Beyonce and the NFL any kind of help with security or logistical support as well.

“Simply put, this is a complete boycott of both entities. Maybe if the flow of money and services to them is cut off then maybe they’ll think twice about their decision to support groups and individuals that call for the attacks of police officers. We need to firmly stand by the law enforcement in this country because they’re the ones that risk their lives everyday to make sure our community is kept safe and sometimes they give their lives for that to happen. Perhaps, both Beyonce and the NFL have ignored that fact so they need a big reminder,” Rosen added.

 

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Phoenix City Council Votes To Ban Prayer: Resident Says The Fight Is Far From Over

Before the Phoenix City Council voted to eliminate prayer from future meetings, one Phoenix resident used a one dollar bill as a prop to show that God matters and that it’s definitely a shared belief of many in this country since it’s stamped on our currency.

Yesterday in a 5-4 for vote the Phoenix City Council voted to end prayer before every public meeting and go with a moment of silence. But one Phoenix resident is vowing to keep fighting and is planning a demonstration to convince the city of Phoenix to allow prayer before every public meeting. Nohl Rosen attended the meeting at the City Council chambers and used a one dollar bill to illustrate that people need to stand up and support God.

“To end prayer before every City Council meeting was a bad move and its clear a majority of them caved due to political correctness which has infected this country. The progressives are doing everything they can to eliminate God from the United States. Will our money be the next thing they try to ban because I’m pretty sure it says In God We Trust on it. Despite the Phoenix City Council’s decision to stop the invocation before every meeting, this fight is far from over and that I and others will stand up for God,” said Rosen.

The protest against the City Council’s decision will happen at a later date and those of faith that support the almighty will be invited to attend.

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Pro-Police Movement Leader Calls For Armed Citizens To Protect Police Officers

The leader of a national pro-police movement is calling on its members and citizens to watch the backs of police officers across the United States, and to be armed.

Once again another police officer in this country has been shot today in the line of duty causing the leader of Rally For L.E., a national pro-police movement to speak out and he’s urging its members and citizens throughout the country to watch the backs of police officers and to do what’s necessary within the law to do it, including be armed. It’s all a part of the movement’s initiative called Operation Thin Blue Shield in which citizens will step in when an officer needs assistance and is outnumbered by the bad guys.

“Clearly a war has been declared on law enforcement in this country and we need citizens to have their backs. Police officers have a right to go home safely to their families when their shift is over and it’s high time they were supported and had the backup from the community they serve. If it takes armed citizens to achieve that goal then so be it. We encourage the members of our movement to exercise their Second Amendment rights but also follow the laws of their state as well. Under the initiative we launched in late 2015, if an officer calls out for assistance and we’re able to, we’ll help especially if they’re outnumbered by the bad guys,” said Rally For L.E.’s leader Nohl Rosen.

Rosen says under the new initiative a member can’t interfere with a police officer’s sworn duty under normal circumstances. The only time they can act is when a police officer asks for assistance or if they see a credible threat that the officer isn’t aware of. He says if an officer is alone and a member of Rally For L.E. sees them and is able to stop they will do so and observe. They’ll also stay in the area until the police officer can go safely on their way.

“We don’t want to interfere with a police officer doing their job but we do want to make sure they’re kept safe,” Rosen added.

For more information about Rally For L.E. visit the movement’s web site at www.rallyforle.com

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