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Teen dies day after Little Rock shooting, taking city's homicide total past 2016 mark August 15, 2017 at 8:46 p.m.

Well, Ruby, when officers start calling out the chief, when crime reported to LRPD goes un-investigated, and when the chief is nowhere to be found despite conferences from the mayor and governor, it's time for the chief to go. When the city manager hires a 911 operator who was fired from her previous 911 job and screws up causing a death, or when the officers specifically say the 911 operators are worthless and the city manager gives them a RAISE, it's time for the city manager to go. When the mayor proposes a new 'plan' but has components that have been in place over a year with little effect...never mind. The mayor is a superfluous position that needs to be abolished - $500k savings to the city right there. The city board needs a housecleaning for many reasons. So, city hall's fault? Not specifically. But their inaction and poor leadership hasn't helped.

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UA professor misidentified as white supremacist, 'shocked' by social media response August 15, 2017 at 5:03 p.m.

"But it seems that the majority of comments here are mainly downgrading liberals in general."
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True. On the other hand, the majority of comments are also lumping all conservatives with the nuts in VA.
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"We need to stop badmouthing people we don't even know just because of how they vote. "
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Something BOTH sides would do well to heed. Unfortunately, we're trending in the wrong direction. And THAT is what gives us Charlotesville.

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Deadly rally accelerates removal of Confederate statues across country August 15, 2017 at 2:41 p.m.

"We can, however, treat historical slavers and would-be destroyers of our nation with the utter lack of respect they deserve."
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Curious - any founding fathers own slaves? Lets not forget they were also traitors. Where should we draw the line with scrubbing historical stains? You have the floor.

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UA professor misidentified as white supremacist, 'shocked' by social media response August 15, 2017 at 2:31 p.m.

Hate the message but defend the right to say it should be the mantra of ALL of us here. However, those that make that argument are branded as racists. And you wonder why the discourse is going to s**t.
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"starting with Jim Ross, teacher at UALR. He is one of the leaders of the shaming movement."
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Not surprising, I think. Given his failure while on the LRSD board and his obstructionism when the state took over, he's a real 'winner.' Shame that's the kind of professor colleges go for these days. As to the topic, the professor should look at legal options. It's libel if nothing else. And outing someone - incorrectly in this case - for the sole purpose of hoping the masses terrorize and the employer terminates is disgusting.

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Officer on fatal Charlottesville crash: 'Hahahaha love this' August 14, 2017 at 11:31 p.m.

No need for name calling. That doesn't help the argument. To expand a bit, my question was perfectly logical. Policeman in this story makes a comment about protesters in the street which leads me to ask a question which I've had for some time. Bear, unfortunately, misses that and instead tries to belittle. Which doesn't help his argument either. Both sides are not doing themselves any favors. Oh, and I forgot the 's' in Charlottesville.

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Officer on fatal Charlottesville crash: 'Hahahaha love this' August 14, 2017 at 10:47 p.m.

That's nice. I'm glad you wonder. My question framed as a general question given recent history. I fully admit I am not familiar with nor did I look up the topography of Charlotteville VA. Nor am I familiar with police protocol. I wonder why you think I should be.

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Officer on fatal Charlottesville crash: 'Hahahaha love this' August 14, 2017 at 6:28 p.m.

It does bring a question I've had: why are we permitting protesters to block roadways?

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Garrett: Dallas Cowboys have plan for Ezekiel Elliott ban August 14, 2017 at 11:16 a.m.

If he even did. It was reported a witness said at least one of the times the girlfriend claimed to be abused was bogus.

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Suer of Little Rock says revised city ban infringes rights August 14, 2017 at 9:37 a.m.

While I would agree, this isn't a good example. From what the ADG has reported, this guy comes off as a nut.

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Protest over Lee statue in Virginia turns violent August 13, 2017 at 6:50 p.m.

"Your childish game of wanting to make an huge group responsible for unacceptable verbiage from a very few of its members isn't going to work. "
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It was MORE than just a few. You don't think the skinheads in VA (or clearly elsewhere) saw cities burned in the name of the movement? Highways blocked in the name of the movement? And instead of heads rolling and people being arrested, the movement instead was legitimized by the president. You don't think that mobilized the skinheads and played a part in Trump getting elected? And now they see Trump as, what, a sympathizer. So they go out and protest in VA and run people over. These guys certainly existed before BLM. But you're fooling yourself if you don't think BLM and the last 6 years played a part in what we're seeing now.

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