Arkansas’s first environmental education state park interprets the importance of the natural world and our place within it.
Rising country star and Poyen (Grant County) native Justin Moore released his sophomore album, "Outlaws Like Me," last week. A self-described redneck, Moore's built his career on two of country music's most popular tropes: He's a hellraiser with a heart of gold who loves singing about the joys of small town living. One more audience he's likely to reach on his new album — gun nuts. Here's a sample of a few lyrics from Moore's "Guns":
These days I go down to Walmart and they sell 'em in the back
Some people want to take 'em away
Why don't you go bust those boys that's selling crack?
Guns! Whether Remingtons or Glocks
Come on man it ain't like I'm a slingin' 'em on the block
I'm gonna tell you once and listen son
As long as I'm alive and breathing, you won't take my guns
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