Thursday, May 10, 2012

Obama's momentous day edition

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President Obama standing up for civil rights, Mike Huckabee getting attention as a vice presidential candidate, Warren Stephens talking like a liberal, central Little Rock neighborhoods talking back to the Technology Park Authority — all covered this week, a day earlier than usual because I'm not going to be around tomorrow.

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