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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The morning report

Posted By on Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 6:22 AM

It's dismal. Another morning of reading about corporate control of the political agenda, augmented by the reactionary tools in the movement fomented by the Koch boys.

Doug Smith's editorial this week
reviews some of the corporate agenda at the Arkansas capitol.

As promised, in case you haven't looked, here's my column reprise on bloody Bryant and the doings of Republican Jill Dabbs and Republican Heather Kizer, the city's new mayor and clerk.

I see climate change is now a strictly partisan issue. Republicans deny the possibility to a man and woman.

I think I'm going to the gym. The reading is just too depressing.

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