NOT GOING ANYWHERE: Herb Rule, the Democratic 2nd Congressional District candidate who was arrested for DWI last Thursday in Fayetteville, speaks at a news conference where he reasserted his innocence and made it clear he intended to continue running. "I'll be there," he said. "I'm here for the duration."
Monday was the third hottest day in Little Rock history. The temperature reached 111 degrees officially. This themometer read 113. Temperatures have been forecasted to remain in the 100s in Little Rock with little chance of rain the rest of the week.
A bipartisan group including Mary Bentley and Tachany Evans warns voters against Issue 3, a campaign ethics ballot initiative this November that would smuggle in looser term limits for legislators in the process. Bentley, a Republican, and Evans, a Democrat, are running for state representative in Districts 73 and 68 respectively.
Democratic 2nd District Congress candidate Pat Hays is causing conniption fits among Republicans because a new TV ad shows him with his guns and mentions his long-time membership in the National Rifle Association.
Thursday night, Portland, Oregon’s Nahko and Medicine for the People brought their “musical medicine” to Little Rock’s Revolution Music Room, a fitting venue for the socially-conscious music collective. Their uplifting medley of folk, urban and world music, as well as hypnotizing videos featuring their music have enchanted activist-minded music fans across the world in the relatively short time they have been creating music together.
Also, "Dardanelle Boys Often Come Home From Washington When They Need Residency to Run for Congress," rich guys don't understand the minimum wage, the prodigal gun and Tom Cotton and dirty telephone tricks.