Sen. Strangelogic, or: How Jason Rapert Learned to Stop Thinking and Love his Ignorance

February 18, 2015
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arkansas-legislature-abortion

Jason Rapert's response to the recent backlash suggests that he doesn't understand a few very important things.
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The Bombing Buffoon of Bigelow, Arkansas

February 15, 2015
By
Jason Rapert

Sen. Jason Rapert (R-Bigelow) is the Arkansas version of a conservative Renaissance man.  Depending on the day, he may show up as a fiddle player, a flouter of campaign-finance laws (repeatedly), obliquely...
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When All You Have Is A Hammer, Everything Looks Like A Constitutional Nail

February 13, 2015
By
Kim Hammer

Pro-tip: When explaining why a bill is constitutional, make sure your entire premise isn't incorrect.
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Senate Set to Change Rules to Protect Michael Morton

February 12, 2015
By
joe-harris-osceola-michael-morton-fort-smith

How some Senators plan to rig the game to protect Michael Morton.
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Eureka!: New Ordinance Key in Upcoming Challenge to Pro-Discrimination Bill

February 10, 2015
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eureka

How the passage of an anti-discrimination ordinance in Eureka Springs last night is an important piece in fighting SB202.
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Too Clever By Half: The Fatal Flaw That Will Doom Bart Hester’s Pro-Discrimination Bill (UPDATED)

February 10, 2015
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Too Clever By Half: The Fatal Flaw That Will Doom Bart Hester’s Pro-Discrimination Bill (UPDATED)

Bart Hester is trying to be clever in his attempt to let people discriminate against gays. Here is why it will not work.
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Leslie Rutledge Faces Probable-Cause Hearing at Ethics Commission on Friday

January 21, 2015
By
usda

If you had been checking my mail last week, that would have been really strange and questionable behavior on your part. However, you would have picked a good week to commit your little federal crime, as you would have...
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