Here's a Saturday open line; good night for KKK rally in Monticello | Arkansas Blog

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Here's a Saturday open line; good night for KKK rally in Monticello

Posted By on Sat, Jul 25, 2015 at 4:23 PM

Here's an open line for you. ALSO: There's a KKK rally near Monticello tonight'

Here's a little interview with the imperial wizard by Monticello Live

I've been promised some photos of anti-Klan demonstrators who exercised their free speech rights today.

If all goes well, the knights will burn a cross, rage about the dark forces besetting them and then go home, with nobody worse for the wear. Law enforcement agencies are standing by in healthy numbers. UPDATE: The night apparently passed without incident.

Also a huge crowd turned out for the Antiques Roadshow event. All TV stations planning coverage. I thought about taking my Hopalong Cassidy watch for a look see, but far too hot to go outside.

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