Monday, July 14, 2014

Today's video and an open line

Posted By on Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 3:24 PM


The week has begun. The line for public comment is open. And you can catch a video recap above.

* DEBATE DEBATE: With a flailing campaign that can't find traction with extremist politics, the Tom Cotton campaign obsesses on a debate as its salvation. Today, it challenges Mark Pryor to appear with Cotton on Roby Brock's Sunday morning show on Channel 7. They'll both be in Little Rock Friday, Cotton flack says.

I've got a better idea for Cotton if he's so brave. Come down to the Arkansas Times that same Friday and sit down with Lindsey Millar and me for our weekly Arkansas Times podcast. If he comes, we'll do all we can to bring Mark Pryor by, too. But surely he's not afraid to talk to the mean ol' liberals at the AT?

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