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Saturday, October 28, 2017

A prideful open line, with Hogs and a coming indictment to talk about

Posted By on Sat, Oct 28, 2017 at 3:48 PM

click to enlarge BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson

Well it's a lovely day. The annual Pride Parade drew a good crowd downtown in support of equal treatment of ALL people, whatever the law of Arkansas says to the contrary. Brian Chilson's photos can be viewed on Facebook.

Football fans were treated to a rare Razorback SEC win, a last-seconds triumph over Ole Miss.

And for political fans, there's reporting that Robert Mueller will deliver his first indictment Monday. Most likely not of Hillary Clinton, though the Trump machine megaphone is madly attempting to divert attention her way, which suggests something IS up. Will Trump fire the special prosecutor for getting to close to Trump and his people, relatives and others? Many seem to think so. Will that be enough to drive any Republicans with a shred of principle out of the congressional woodwork?

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