Monthly Archives March 2014

Open Letter of Request to Arkansas Historical Preservation Program

Date: March 26, 2014 RE:   Opposition to the Proposed Mountain View Historic District Department of Arkansas Heritage Attn: Ralph S. Wilcox Attn: Melissa Whitfield Dear Mr. Wilcox and Ms. Whitfield, We’re writing to you in regards to the proposed Mountain View Historic District.  We have some serious concerns about some events surrounding this proposal.  Mr. Ralph Wilcox […]

ACTION ALERT – Agenda 21 in Mtn. View

Agenda 21 at the door of Mountain View     The property owners of the proposed Mountain View Historic District need your support.   Your attendance is requested at the Mountain View City Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 6:00 pm at East Side Fire Station on N. Bayou Drive off Hwy 14 East (next […]

Nursing Homes and the Arkansas Constitution

The U.S Constitution and the Arkansas Constitution must be honored, valued, and defended at all times. The State and U.S. Constitutions are not for sale.  As the statue in front of the National Archives, which is the home of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, states:  “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.”  […]

ALEX WHITE for JP in Grant County

We are sending this email to show our support and endorsement for Alex White as Justice of the Peace in Grant County.  Alex has been a Secure Arkansas supporter as well as a county coordinator for us for several years.  He loves liberty like we do, and he understands what’s at stake. Also remember:  the battle […]

The Local Sustainability Effort in Arkansas a.k.a. U.N. Agenda 21

Attention property owners:  the Association of Arkansas Counties (AAC) is attempting to implementcounty-wide zoning and planning.  Their website states: “We serve as the official voice for Arkansas counties.” Really?  We didn’t elect them to do that. Here is a snippet from an article in the Democrat Gazette by Cyd King entitled “UA taps 7 cities for sustainability effort” from 2/26/2014: “The Applied […]

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