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Stuff From Around Arkansas, March 19

Inside the Hollowed, Weathered Cabinet: OK, everyone raise your hand if you believe, as does John Brummett, that a cabalistic Clintonite machine in Arkansas is advancing young Democratic candidates to challenge the damnable apostate Lt. Gov. Bill Halter. Yeah, that’s what I thought. Me, neither. (Blake’s Think Tank)

The Hard Stuff: Proposal to hike taxes on “alcopop” drinks beloved by girls and, I don’t know, John Brummett, probably, fails in committee. Blogger Zack Stovall’s got some questions. (Unfamous First Words)

Annals of Gun Nuttery Update: Blogger John Anderson at the Arkansas Concealed Carry Association gives thumbs up to Democratic Rep. Mike Ross for work in opposing federal ‘assault weapons’ ban. (ARCCA Blog)

Baker Watch: Roby Brock gets reaction from Sen. Gilbert Baker to the “Draft Gilbert Baker for Senate” boomlet. (Political Buzz blog)

Mother’s Milk: Good news, moms!: Arkansas Senate OKs breastfeeding bill. Bad news: They’ll probably try to tax that milk, too. Zing! (AP)

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7 thoughts on “Stuff From Around Arkansas, March 19

  • Tason Jolbert

    Could you please move the baby?

  • David Kinkade

    She’s a network anchor in France, Tason, which means our course of action is clear: We should all move to France. Who’s with me?

  • I love Mélissa Theuriau.

    And French/Freedom Fries.

  • DumbArkie

    Okay Kinkade,

    Please…please tell me that you DID NOT put “good taste” in the caption under the photo of a nursing mother!!!

  • David Kinkade

    Huh, how about that. Almost as if it had been crafted that way.

  • Fourche River Rex

    I gotta say, I’m so totally unsurprised that this is from France.

  • Joe Michael P

    “Br549 Says:
    March 19th, 2009 at 4:38 pm

    I love Mélissa Theuriau.”

    Everyone here owes it to themselves to google that name w/o “safesearch” Be warned though, if you are at work you’re boss might not think too highly of it…


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