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Part 2: Chronic Wasting Disease in Arkansas: Exercise Caution!

A new study has confirmed what we’ve all feared — chronic wasting disease could be passed to humans. Here’s what the CDC is telling deer hunters to do. Transmission of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in deer and other animals is concerning. The initial paragraph of the linked article reads: Scientists believe CWD proteins (prions) likely spread between […]

Extortion in Arkansas – Part 12: Possible Bondholders

Secure Arkansas continues the unfortunate saga on the toxic Class 1 (hazardous waste site) NABORS Landfill fiasco and the “service fee” (trash tax) that has been illegally forced onto the taxpayers’ real estate taxes in Baxter, Boone, Carroll, Marion, Newton, and Searcy Counties… BUT FOR WHICH NO SERVICES were provided or made available! In this article, we […]

Extortion in ARKANSAS – Tax Increase – Part 2

EXTORTION MONEY is being demanded from local taxpayers via the Trash Tax in six of our Northern Arkansas counties due to the bankruptcy and closure of the NABORS Landfill in Baxter County — and it’s listed as CLASS 1 (and Class 4), which means that it accepted hazardous waste! It looks like the devious Trash Tax involves […]

Arkansas Cemetery in Danger from National Park Service!

HIGH ALERT for the 3rd Congressional District In Arkansas!  Breaking news story! Shaddox Cemetery located in Newton County Arkansas (near Harrison) has just had something very tragic happen to their still active cemetery. The Shaddox Cemetery Association (SCA) erected a fence over seven years ago in order to protect the grave sites from elk damage. […]

Part 1 – Secure Arkansas’ 2014 Input to Assoc. of Ark. Counties

Secure Arkansas spoke to the Association of Arkansas Counties for their Annual Conference held August 20 – 22, 2014 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Jeannie Burlsworth, Founder / Chair of Secure Arkansas, began by explaining United Nations’ (U.N.) connection to Agenda 21 and sustainability and how it directly affects property owners.  She mentioned the EPA, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water […]


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