Our Voices Arkansas

The Voices of Grassroots Conservatives Across Arkansas

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  • Jul 15

    Trump’s Immigrant Ban is Already Law

    Just to set the record straight, here it is. This law was written in 1952. It was passed by a Democrat-controlled Congress, House and Senate, and signed by a Democrat president. 8 U.S. Code § 1182 – Inadmissible alien; (f) Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by President “Suspension of entry or imposition of... by OurVoicesAR

  • Jul 15

    Rerun: “What Islam Isn’t”

    The following is adapted from Dr. Peter Hammond’s book: Slavery, Terrorism and Islam: The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat (notice that these statistics are a few years old and were compiled before this year’s huge immigrant surge across Europe). We ran this information earlier, but it needs to be repeated after last evening’s terrorist truck... by OurVoicesAR

  • Jul 14

    Obama: It Was You

    The following appeared in our email box. Despite the pronouncements of Progressive websites who rate the information as “false,” it is [ictt-tweet-inline via=””]an accurate account of our President’s Muslim leanings[/ictt-tweet-inline]: President Obama, It was you who on ABC News referenced “My Muslim faith.” It was you who gave $100 million in U.S. taxpayer funds to... by OurVoicesAR

  • Jun 30

    Your Congress Votes:
    Week of June 20, 2016

    Last week, Congress dealt with the Zika virus and cell service for low-income users. In the aftermath of the Orlando terrorist nightclub murders, the Senate unsuccessfully took up several gun related measures. Here’s how Arkansas’ Congressional lawmakers voted on selected major bills/issues: IN THE SENATE: The Senate defeated (on mostly party lines) several amendments and/or... by OurVoicesAR

  • Jun 26

    All of a Sudden: 7 Short Years

    Before Obama there was virtually no outlandish presence of Islam in America. ♦  All of a sudden, Islam is taught in schools. Christianity and the Bible are banned in schools. ♦  All of a sudden we must allow prayer rugs everywhere and allow for Islamic prayer in schools, airports and businesses. ♦  All of a... by OurVoicesAR

  • Jun 21

    Your Congress Votes:
    Week of June 13, 2016

    Last week, Congress dealt with military policy and 2017 funding, Patriot Act requirements, and campaign financing along with terrorism concerns. Here’s how Arkansas’ Congressional lawmakers voted on selected major bills/issues: IN THE SENATE: ♦  S2943: PASSED 85-13 a $602 billion military policy bill for fiscal 2017 that requires women to register for the draft in... by OurVoicesAR

  • Jun 18

    Will GOP Ever Learn?

    Thanks to known and demonstrable collusion between Progressives and the so-called free press, we can’t count on many reporters to impartially report much of anything these days. We know it is inevitable that Progressives would launch a full-court-press gun control offensive after the Orlando terrorist murders of innocent Americans. But, will the GOP ever learn... by OurVoicesAR

  • Jun 8

    About Those Unemployment Numbers….

    We keep hearing President Obama brag on the American economy: “America’s businesses have created 14.5 million new jobs over 75 straight months….We’ve seen the first sustained manufacturing growth since the nineties. We’ve cut unemployment by more than half…” It all sounds good, like much of what the “gubment” tells us. That is, if you don’t... by OurVoicesAR

  • May 17

    “If I Don’t Agree, You Don’t Get an Opinion!”

    “If I don’t agree, then you don’t even have a right to express your opinion!” Progressives are more and more willing to draw this bottom line in ever-expanding, increasingly flagrant attacks on our country’s First Amendment free speech rights. From vocal opponents at Presidential primary political rallies to college campuses to Facebook, the very existence... by OurVoicesAR

  • Apr 13

    Angry Voters: Whose Fault Is It?

    Today’s news reports are full of stories about how angry Trump supporters are. They’re just the tip, the visible ones of a tidal wave that’s driving the 2016 election cycle at both the national and state levels. It’s easy to look back a few years to see why conservative voters are beyond exasperated with the... by OurVoicesAR

  • Mar 21

    Willing to Be Angry

    Big media — and other candidates — have chosen to attack the (let’s say) boisterousness of Trump rallies, never failing to disdainfully point out the “anger” on display there. We expect the media to report on the sizzle without even looking at the steak, but why won’t the other candidates take a look at that... by OurVoicesAR

  • Mar 16

    Wounded Warrior Project Fires CEO, COO

    We received some pushback when we first said “My Money Won’t Go to Wounded Warrior Project” and explained how the charity was reckless with its donations. People were shocked — shocked! — that such a well meaning charity could possibly be less than transparent about how it used the money it gathers “for veterans.” We... by OurVoicesAR

  • Mar 16

    Just to the Right: Religion, Sociologically Speaking

    Before one can begin to understand our First Amendment Rights (there are several guaranteed), there must first be an understanding of terms. The first right listed is what is commonly known as Freedom of Religion. What is a religion? When we study various cultures, why is it important to understand the religion(s) prevalent in a... by OurVoicesAR

  • Feb 4

    Presidential Front-Runners: It’s Easy to Talk

    We’re starting another presidential election season, and the more things change the more they stay the same. Candidates on both sides of the aisle are talking about “what they’ll do when they’re president” as if they were telling the truth. The truth is, it’s easy to talk about what you will do when you’re president... by OurVoicesAR

  • Jan 18

    Just to the Right: The Rise of an American Dictator

    Upon leaving Independence Hall after signing the Constitution in 1787, Dr. Benjamin Franklin was anxiously approached by a woman who asked, “Well, Doctor, what have we got – a republic or a monarchy?” “A republic,” replied Franklin, “if you can keep it.” Franklin, considered by many Constitutional Convention delegates to be their mentor, cautioned that... by OurVoicesAR

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