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Re: “Dem-Gaz layoffs

Arkansas' politcal descent into a more fiercely partisan environment is in part attributable to Walter Hussman and the paper he publishes. It is sad to hear that he, of great wealth, would treat his long-term employees as discretionary expenses. Though most people probably continue to subscribe to the Dem-Gaz despite its partisan bias, I would encourage them not to advertise with the paper either in print or online. Mr. Hussman apparently values only money and power and both his paper and the state of Arkansas are worse off for it.

Posted by ArkieArch on 08/30/2011 at 8:36 AM

Re: “Ballpark built, but nobody came

I would disagree with this assessment of the Arkansas Traveler's ballpark. The opening of the ball park coincided, if not created, a highly visable redevelopment of North Little Rock's main street. Numerous restaruants, shops and galleries have opened during and after the ball park construction. The ball park also benefits from its close proximity to Little Rock, and is accessible to pedestrians from the Broadway Bridge and to autos from nearby Interstate 30. It was named the best new ball park of the year and has received rave reviews from ball fans and nearby residents alike. Makes me wonder, if everyone else has witnessed the success of the ball park, where has Max Brantley been keeping himself? Springdale?

Posted by ArkieArch on 04/07/2011 at 3:55 PM

Re: “Same as it ever was

With no disrespect to Ms. Satterfield intended, I found the lunch to be shockingly high in fat and calories and completely devoid of fresh, whole vegetables and fruit. She may argue that these meals provide basic nutrition, but one look around a typical lunchroom will clearly demonstrate that the children of Arkansas are facing an unprecedented health crisis. Plying them with burgers, fries and other 'basic nutrition' is clearly a contributor to this crisis.

Posted by ArkieArch on 10/05/2010 at 5:38 PM


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