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Fisking Mark Darr

You didn't think we would leave Mark Darr's ridiculous resignation letter without comment, did you?

No Way Around It: Mark Darr Is A Liar

If you are the type of person who follows such things -- or if you have even the most tangential social-media relationship with me -- you've likely already heard about Lt. Gov. Mark Darr's acceptance of the settlement offer proposed by the Arkansas ...

Hard Work Never Killed Anyone, But Mark Darr Doesn’t Want To Risk It

Despite how Mark Darr "views" his elected office, it is not a part-time job. Unless you think part-time jobs in Arkansas pay $41k per year, have four full-time employees working under them, and receive nearly as much in operating and travel funds as full-time positions.

The Comedic Stylings Of Mark Darr

While it's hard to compete with the kind of comic genius that considers "blogger" a punchline, we do our best to provide the Lt. Gov. with some better material.

He Makes His Livin’ Off Other People’s Taxes: Mark Darr Takes The Money And Runs

When you ignore your actual job, you can drive around the state for fun and profit.

Mark Darr is Down With OPP (Other People’s Pennies)

Being an idiot doesn't really excuse malfeasance, at least not in this situation.

Mark Darr Has A Problem With His CC&E Reports

Let's start with what this post is not: it is not, in any way, a minimization or excuse for what Sen. Paul Bookout did. Quite the opposite, in fact; this is a post showing how use of campaign funds for personal expenses is not a partisan issue. It's ...

The Truth Might Set Us Free, But It Won’t Help Mark Martin

A judge told Sec. of State Mark Martin that he could not hire outside counsel. Martin did anyway. Then he lied about it. Now, we just have to wonder whether voters or the prosecutor will hold him accountable first.

Mark Martin Is At It Again, And It’s Costing You More Money

Mark Martin was told that he could not hire outside counsel without approval from the Attorney General and Governor. Either because he doesn't understand the law or he doesn't care, he has started hiring outside counsel again. I'm as unshocked as you, I suppose.

Oh, My Darr-ling, Libertine

A run-down of the specific violations that the Ethics investigator found probable cause for against Mark Darr. Complete with totals and details and other fun stuff.

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