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Stand-Off: Extreme Party Rule

Chris Stirewalt commented this week on the Democrat party’s response to the election:     An audacious, confrontational approach

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Stand-Off: Extreme Party Rule

Chris Stirewalt commented this week on the Democrat party’s response to

Transparency is the Right Way to Go

by Jack Sotallaro I cannot speak for other citizens of Conway,

Private Option: Poison for the Arkansas GOP?

Looking out at the 2016 presidential election, between 62% and 70%

“Millions Have Kittens Who Didn’t Before”

How long will we accept the ongoing lies about Obamacare from

PO Architect Jonathan Dismang (R) & His Democrat Allies

from Conduit for Action Senator Jonathan Dismang faces a more conservative

Private Option in the Senate: Stubblefield vs. Dismang

UPDATED: Senator Stubblefield has withdrawn his challenge. by Debbie Pelley, NEA

We Elected “Conservative” Conservatives

Just like national Democrats who refused to see Obamacare was a

Arkansas Ethics Reforms, Salaries & Term Limits

On Tuesday, Arkansas voters approved the most sweeping state ethics reforms

Arkansas GOP Should Embrace Tea Party Grassroots

As you know by now, Arkansas Republicans on Tuesday defeated every

When No One is Watching

If you’re working for a city-wide campaign and your boss at

Ballot Issue #1: Legislative Approval of Agency Rules

Voters will see three legislatively referred constitutional amendments on November’s ballot.

Ballot Issue #2: Making Citizen Refendums Trickier

One of three legislatively referred constitutional amendments voters will see on

Ballot Issue #3: “Ethics” & Extending Term Limits

The third of this year’s legislatively referred Constitutional amendments, Issue #3

Ballot Issue #4: Alcohol Sales

Voters will see two citizen-initiated referendums on the November ballot.  One

Ballot Issue #5: Minimum Wage

The second citizen initiated proposed constitutional amendment on your November ballot