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Is Coronavirus a Biological Weapon?

As of February 21, 2020 — 2,360 people have died from the sinister coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. There are currently 77,811 confirmed cases in 32 countries and territories, and the fatality rate is still being assessed. (We are skeptical of the statistics being reported, as we believe they’re inaccurate and being highly under-reported.) Secure Arkansas is praying for all of the […]

URGENT: 2nd Amendment Ordinance for Counties ALL Across the Country!

Will you help support our gun rights? Arkansans are passionate about our gun rights, and city and county elected officials have the legislative power to implement this 2nd Amendment Ordinance provided here that is granted to them by our Arkansas State Constitution. Stand up for the 2nd Amendment… or you could be disarmed! It is a safeguard against […]

Extortion in Arkansas Part 15 Trash Tax – 2/11/2020 Special Meeting

HEADS UP!! Special Meeting Called For Ozark Mountain Solid Waste District (OMSWD): 10:00 am TUESDAY, February 11, 2020 in City Council chambers, 2nd floor, HARRISON CITY HALL, 115 N. Spring St, Harrison, Boone County Arkansas. PLEASE ATTEND this special meeting, if at all possible!  OMSWD’s 2019 Bank Statements are listed and linked further down in this alert. Just a reminder/refresher for our […]

Help Save the Historical Pruitt Bridge!

Would you please help us? This is a public outcry! The Pruitt Bridge, better known as the old Buffalo Bridge (# 01689), is an extremely important part of Newton County and MUST be saved and under the ownership of Newton County. A petition to save the historic bridge is currently being circulated, and it’s urgent that we […]

UPDATED – GOP Governors Betraying Constituents by Pushing Refugee Resettlement

Updated 01/11/2019 We are advising you of 3 IMPORTANT UPDATES:  1. Please attend the City, County & Local Affairs Committee meeting — and NOTE THE TIME CHANGE — on Monday, January 13, 2020 at 9:00 AM in the MAC Building, Room A, located behind the Arkansas State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St. Little Rock, AR 72201. Governor Asa Hutchinson […]