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Guess what today is? September 16, 2014 at 8:46 a.m.

Anti-union garbage left on the morning curb. Greenberg doesn't enlighten voters, he attacks them. He doesn't help with understanding the election; instead, he whines that it's not being held when he wants it to be held.
What a petulant bully.
He starts off with a fictional scenario (read: a lie) and then goes downhill from there. If you don't kowtow to his viewpoint, then you are wicked, wrong. Doom awaits those who disagree with him.
Whine whine whine, ad nauseum he goes on spilling the wretched contents of his bilious bowels onto the printed page.
Greenberg is just an anti-union thug pretending he knows more than anyone else about education, especially anyone who dares disagree with his anointed outpourings or independently points out that charter schools aren't the miracle cure he and others wish it were.
A petulant bully in his own realm. Let him face real, honest debate -- like he did while on AETN's Arkansas Week - and he'll flinch and run away. Something about facts disagree with his digestion.

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Koch who? Classic ... September 15, 2014 at 7:18 a.m.

excellent point aimee.

"the raven"

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Koch who? Classic ... September 14, 2014 at 10:50 p.m.

Insightful & sophisticated?! Would anyone ever describe Pryor & Cotton with these words? No, Po, just stick with your Dull & Boring input. Insights still are in short supply after your contribution.

Folks will vote with their gut instincts and the candidate who can manipulate the most voters his way gets the prize. Whichever noise machine sets off compatible vibes in your political hormones will pull your strings come election time.

Are you in tune with the Koch-a-mamee meme or the Pryor-convictions meme? Be prepared for a few more weeks of attack ads pushing more buttons than a big-thumbed gamer hooked on speed in front of his X-Box.

Go in the voting booth to mark your x-box. You're just another point on the scoreboard.

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Koch who? Classic ... September 14, 2014 at 10:37 a.m.

Yep....plenty of Koch suckers in the GOP.

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Letters September 11, 2014 at 2:16 p.m.

The ignorant still confuse moderates with liberals. Seems like they've been on too many snipe hunts.

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Letters September 9, 2014 at 3:36 a.m.

I think it's important not to look at the fact that Cotton is a veteran but instead to look at what he's done for veterans while in office. That is why I as a veteran will vote for Mark Pryor, someone who has seen fit to support bills that help veterans and their families, someone who doesn't play politics with our lives and livelihoods.
Senator Pryor has served his country well when it comes to its veterans. One can't say the same for Rep Cotton.

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When it rains ... September 7, 2014 at 7:58 a.m.

You bypassed Lipscomb's bad advice that cost Rogers $630,000 in unnecessary expenses and his verbal abuse of a teenager who politely disagreed with some local politics. Nor did you mention the lost in the woods episode wearing only his underwear when found.
This is one good ol' boy who really doesn't need to be in the sunshine of public scrutiny. Especially with his dirty hands.

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A proven success September 6, 2014 at 1:22 p.m.

The usual lie appears: AEA protects incompetent teachers. The AEA has nothing to do with hiring or firing of teachers. Much of these falsehoods about AEA can be attributed to ignorance of their role.
One needs to point out the pretenses of these uninformed critics who cannot even fathom that the the AEA basically has little or no input in the running of school districts. That is done by the school board, the parents, and the administrators.
I see one writer claims hyperbole and another says ridiculous nonsense. After reading their rants, the labels seem to stick to them also.
Face it: these screeds are based on a strong anti-union bias. They are not based on facts regarding AEA and its role in local schools.

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Letters September 6, 2014 at 8:27 a.m.

Uh, Roland, I re-read Frank's letter and you put words into it that were not there at all. So, after laying a false foundation, your following arguments rang hollow.

And, don't forget that we also have freedom FROM religion. The founding fathers knew the perils of religion getting involved in politics. Many folks came to America to get away from such tyranny.

Now, back to Frank's letter. It's main point was that too often "stupidity" takes a voice in what passes for religious discussion. It usually hides behind the veil known as "Absolute Truth".

There is only one document vital to the running of this land: the US Constitution. Keep it that way.

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Saline County man injured in fight over model airplanes September 5, 2014 at 4:24 p.m.

Been sniffing airplane glue again, boys?!

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