Thursday, April 18, 2019

Mayflower Police Planning AFOIA Violations According to New Policy

Mayflower Police have a new AFOIA policy. It's basically four AFOIA violations waiting to happen.
We located where Trent Garner's mugging story took place, and the records sure don't seem to match his version.
Rep. Jack Ladyman, who is a domestic abuser, voted against a bill that would have given victims of domestic abuse more protection. That's where we are in 2019 politics, apparently.

Secretary-Elect John Thurston Violates State Law In Record Time

John Thurston managed to violate state employment law before he ever even took office in his new position. Impressive.

Ethics Commission Opens Investigation into Asa Hutchinson

Now that the Ethics Commission is investigating a campaign-finance violations, can Gov. Asa Hutchinson simply amend his CC&E to avoid problems? (The answer should be "no.")

Trent Garner is a Very Brave, Nice Guy, and I Like...

Trent Garner got his feewings hurt by being called a few names on Twitter, so he complained. Apparently, Twitter thinks he has a disability or disease? Other than rampant Republicanism, I mean.

Game of Donors S1:E2 – Seven on Your Side

Rep. Carlton Wing has raised money from individuals inside his district a whopping seven times.

Game of Donors S1:E1 – A Stark Supply of In-District Donors

What if you ran for office and almost no one in your district gave you a dime? That would be embarrassing, I bet. Especially if you were House Majority Leader Marcus Richmond.

Ethics Complaint Filed Against Gov. Asa Hutchinson for Campaign-Finance Violation

Hutchinson took two too many maximum contributions from an individual donor. The Ethics Commission will get a chance to review it now.

Ethics Commission To Investigate Leslie Rutledge for PAC Contribution

The Ethics Commission will investigate whether Leslie Rutledge violated the law by accepting a contribution from an unapproved PAC.

Sex, Lies, and Videotape Redux: Laurie Rushing is Absent, Dishonest, and...

Lying repeatedly to avoid service of process for a defamation lawsuit was working for Laurie Rushing...until she ran her mouth on Facebook. Now we can all try to figure out where the heck she actually lives.

Ethics Complaint Filed Against Leslie Rutledge for Illegal Campaign Contribution from...

Republican Attorneys General Association Arkansas PAC gave Leslie Rutledge, who chairs RAGA, $2700. There was just one problem with that.

S1:E3 Debris! Debris!! Debris!!!

Even if you take John Thurston at his word about the purpose of the boat, it's still a pointless and unnecessary waste of money.

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Jason Rapert is Angry…at Public Information, Apparently

Jason Rapert didn't like the previous post. Here's our discussion about it.

Ethics Commission to hold Probable Cause Hearing on Gov. Hutchinson

The Arkansas Ethics Commission has scheduled a probable-cause hearing regarding the complaint against Gov. Asa Hutchinson campaigning on state time.

Members of Rutledge’s Staff Attend Huckabee Campaign Announcement, Because of Course They Did

Public servants from the Attorney General's Office at the Huckabee campaign announcement. Election laws? What are those?

The Legend of Brother Rapert: Career Change A-comin’!


A dive into the backstory of Jason Rapert's recent career change (and why there are still some questions about it).

Rapert Attacks Twitter User After Blocking Him, So Let’s Contact Rapert to Discuss

All the best ways to get in touch with Jason Rapert and discuss his Twitter posts.