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Arkansas Ballot Issues — Nov. 2022

Arkansas Ballot Issues November 2022 Early Voting begins October 24, 2022 Election Day is November 8, 2022 Four Amendments will be on the ballot for November 2022 that could amend the Arkansas Constitution. Three of the proposed Amendments to the Arkansas Constitution were referred to the people (voters) by the Arkansas General Assembly, and those are the ones we would […]

Follow the Money and Collusion about Vaccines! Part 1

Big Pharma, The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Arkansas Department of Health (ADH), American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), and your ALEC Legislators ARE NOT Your Friends We have the right to choose what goes into our bodies! Stand up for no forced vaccinations in America! Notice to Arkansas legislators: No […]

PART 4: A Radical Restructuring of Jonesboro and the Surrounding Area

Jonesboro – the Greensboro/Greensborough Village Town Center Plan MUST be STOPPED completely!  NO part of it should be salvaged.  NO COMPROMISES.  Period! This appears to be a federal takeover of local government. HIGH ALERT: PART 4 –  More information to be submitted to the Jonesboro City Council for their consideration BEFORE their meeting on Tues, […]

Politicians For Sale?

Could your legislators have been bought off by Political Action Committees, American Legislative Exchange Council, and/or Corporate America?    We’ve had a lot of corruption in Arkansas politics over the years, so we need to get around to cleaning it up.  It’s our responsibility to hold our public officials accountable for their behavior. There have been […]

ALEC is involved with the Arkansas Healthcare Bill

The statement below comes from Christie Herrera of ALEC.

“Senate Bill 709 not only strengthens the legislature’s policymaking authority when it comes to health reform decisions, but it also promotes transparency on the costs of the federal healthcare law on individuals and the state of Arkansas.”

Any politician involved with ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) has in all likelihood sold out to big business. In exchange for helping ALEC to push their model legislation through their states, they are paid off with large campaign donations from ALEC members. All these payoffs can be verified by checking out elected officials financial filings with the Secretary of State. It was ALEC that was behind SJR1, Article V Amendment Convention bill. Thank goodness SJR1 was killed in committee.


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