Archives For 1st Amendment

What about the Chinese Communists Taking Over America…?

Communist Chinese Espionage is Everywhere… Secure Arkansas is extremely concerned about the Communist Chinese nationals that have been loosed to purchase land and to hook up to our electrical grid with their bitcoin mining facilities. The bitcoin facilities consume gobs of power and pollute areas, driving off wildlife, and they are causing property values to […]

Communist Sympathizers

A picture speaks a thousand words… Our country has been heading down a dark path that leads us directly to communism and captivity. Presidents and governors here in America have foolishly played footsie with communist China, and evasively, Arkansas Congressman French Hill is more concerned with Putin than he is with China’s Xi Jinping. . […]

Petition to Stop Crypto Mining in Dewitt!

Here we go again! Communities are greatly concerned about another unwelcome communist Chinese crypto mining site that could pop up in Dewitt. Let’s help support those affected by these malevolent crypto mining facilities. From KATV:  Natural State or ‘Bitcoin State?’ Rural Arkansas County passionately fights against introduction of crypto mines Some excerpts: LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — […]

Summary on Arkansas’ Special Session 2023 (Following the Money)

RINOs Roaming the Arkansas Capitol This disturbing Arkansas Special Session has finally been brought to a close on Thursday, September 14, 2023. It was a bloody battle of good vs. evil forces during those dreadful four days at the Arkansas Capitol. Many people have now deemed our state legislature a Banana Republic! . Secure Arkansas […]

Arkansas’ Special Session 2023 – Let’s Repeal the New Crypto Mining Law!

The Arkansas Special Session begins this next week, starting Monday, September 11, 2023, with many scary issues of concern still hanging out there that BEGS to be addressed! See Secure Arkansas’ last article. One of those issues is the Arkansas Data Centers Act, known as Act 851 (HB1799) that was hurriedly, fraudulently pushed through and signed into law during […]


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