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Case dropped for 2nd man arrested after stopping to record Little Rock traffic stop September 30, 2016 at 10:24 a.m.

Assume for a minute that Mr. Walker and his water boy assistant were taking their pictures when the two persons in the car exited with guns in hand, and threatening to use them. In the melee that followed, police exchanged fire with the two and Mr. Walker is severely wounded. Would he sue the white police officers for not protecting him?
Maybe there is more to this law about interfering with a governmental operation than meets the eyes. Namely, there could be unexpected consequences, even for this race baiting lawyer.

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VIDEO: Congress overrides Obama's veto of Sept. 11 bill September 28, 2016 at 12:23 p.m.

Obama ain't a Muslim but he sure doesn't act like a president of the people. His actions invite criticism and many questions.

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Case dropped for Arkansas lawmaker filming police September 28, 2016 at 9:12 a.m.

John Walker has a new mission: After successfully destroying the LRSD driving white teachers, administrators, and more importantly parents away, he has set his sight on disrupting the LRPD. I can only image his goal: drive white (and maybe even black) police officers away.
We will never have justice in this city/state/country as long as police are "guilty until proven innocent". Walker is a racist, agitator who has made millions of $$$ plying his trade.
It's the "Walkers" of this country that have made a mockery of the MLK message and mission. Spare me your responses claiming I'm a racist for my comments.

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JOHN BRUMMETT: Ignoble 'principles' September 27, 2016 at 1:05 p.m.

Arkansas has a history of bad decisions. Win Rock's veto on a casino gambling bill and the dismantling of Hot Springs casinos lead to this farce. At least there were more than ONE casino in Hot Springs then. Issue 5 is just another one . If the people want to open up casino gambling in this state, this is not the way. Creating another monopoly in three other parts of our state solves nothing. The real solution is an honest, fair amendment that opens the entire state to casinos. The franchise tax for each casino would be in the millions of dollars. A gaming commission would administer and report to the legislature.
What we have now are two monopolies owned by out of state interest who paid nothing for the casino franchise. Oaklawn and Southland. At least Southland has competition in Tunica. Oaklawn has none. And what does history say about monopolies, and this one is being controlled by a bunch of horsemen not gaming people. What a scam. Arkansas was sold a bill of goods then, and this Issue 5 is just another attempt to do the same. The campaign slogan should be "They got theirs; now we 3 want ours"

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Facts and the candidates September 25, 2016 at 11:29 a.m.

Wow! Clinton wants "fact checking" on anything Trump says. Great political strategy from one lying bitch. It's almost humorous if it weren't an act of desperation. Clinton lies cost lives. Trump's are just campaign rhetoric.

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JOHN BRUMMETT: The price of privacy September 13, 2016 at 3:35 p.m.

It really is not a medical issue with what ails ole Hillary. It's political stemming from a trust level. The only medical term that would apply is anal glaucoma ...she can't see what an ass she (and her advisors) are making of themselves.

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Frogs leap into action, but Hogs agog in OT September 11, 2016 at 9:58 a.m.

I was hopeful that somewhere in your game review you would have mentioned that Kenny Hill, Jr. star quarterback and team leader for the Horn Frogs cost his team this game. It would have been an excellent teaching moment for all the young kids playing the game. The QB should be an example to his teammates. But, I guess the Cam Newton antics has found their way into all levels of the game. I watched several games Saturday in which players made dumb senseless acts that cost their team. But Hill's gesture is the only one that cost HIS TEAM THE GAME. Yes, there were other factors that lead to this loss, but Hill open the gates to allow them to happen. And he probably pissed off a lot of Hog players, coaches and fans, and provided some motivation. If his coach had any guts, Mr. Hill would be riding the bench in his next game. But his coach is probably a Bimbo Jimbo Fisher fan (FSU) who forgave worst on his way to a national championship.

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Board rejects requiring police hires to live in Little Rock September 7, 2016 at 12:32 p.m.

A lot of folks are pissing and moaning about the lack of police coverage in their neighborhoods. You think it's bad today, then wait until you have a requirement that cops must live inside the city limits. The LRPD can't get enough qualified applicants to fill the current shortage. It's been that way for years. A city residence requirement would have only made matters worse. I'm disappointed that the three blacks on the board voted for this silly ordinance, and two black judges spoke in favor of it. That says a lot about race relations in our city. When race is involved, common sense is left at the door.

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JOHN BRUMMETT: The issue at issue September 6, 2016 at 9:42 a.m.

This amendment may not be perfect in many ways. But it is a step in the right direction. For years old people have been dumped into these nursing homes by selfish and uncaring children. Then when mom dies, they team up with some blood sucking lawyer who preys on the emotions of ignorant jurors. And the family and lawyer share outrageous $$$ awarded when jurors punish the nursing home for negligence. Meanwhile it's never disclosed that mom hasn't seen any member of her family in over a year. So, who's really guilty of negligence?

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Kill the monster September 1, 2016 at 7:22 a.m.

Obama's goal has always been a single payer system, run by the feds, with the same kind of flaws we see in the current Medicaid/Medicare system. What few competent doctors we still have practicing will be overly burdened (as they are today) with paperwork designed to limit the number of patients they can help. Coverage for older Americans will be dictated by the government...hint: the older you are, the less you will get. Competent, caring doctors will leave the profession to those who "stayed at a Holiday Inn last night" and are now qualified to care of us.
Elitist like Obama and other "public servants" will get excellent medical care.

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