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Re: “The shrinking Little Rock School District

White flight contingent? Duh! Only a racist would think such things. In fact I live in the heart of LR in a mixed race community and all my family attended public school here in LR. And I am certainly aware of the drugs problems that exist outside of the LR school district -- even had a good friend that had to pull a child out of Harrison's school due to drug issues. But I'm not calling for "white flight" or re-segregation or any such thing -- rather I'm fighting for kids of ALL colors. Black kids should not be around drugs anymore than white kids -- for you to even suggest such things -- well that is pure racism. You injected race into matters -- drug abuse and sexual promiscuity -- that have nothing to do whatsoever with race -- except in your mind. Shame on you!

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Posted by Cadron Boy on 04/30/2018 at 1:56 PM

Re: “The shrinking Little Rock School District

Just a lot of parents concerned in having their children attend schools where kids are overdosing on opioids in the rest rooms and drugs and open promiscuity are the norm.

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Posted by Cadron Boy on 04/28/2018 at 8:21 AM

Re: “Judge Wendell Griffen comments on his participation in vigil and his dispute with the state Supreme Court

Look at the man lying on the cot -- does that look like a man that can be "impartial"? Not hardly! Moreover he specifically said "I am as committed to holding and expressing my moral and religious opposition" to matters to which I do not agree -- in this case he states it is the "death penalty" but just how far will he go to express his moral and religious oppositions? What other matters of law does he oppose on "moral and religious" grounds? I am all for "personal integrity" based upon "moral and religious beliefs" -- but it has no place in a court of laws.

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Posted by Cadron Boy on 04/19/2018 at 11:19 AM

Re: “Cadron Creek Outfitters

Heads Up: For campground and boat reservations use our store number: 501-993-1650. Albeit the campground is open from March to November we only rent boats and equipment and offer shuttles from March 1st to June 15th. If looking for a little Ozark whitewater (Class II) fun, wonderful scenery and a wilderness experience on the Cadron or any other rivers we serve (Choctaw, Little Red, Hogan, Cove, etc.) please call for reservations before we "book up". Thanks. John Svendsen with Cadron Creek Outfitters (www.CadronCreekOutfitters.com).

Posted by Cadron Boy on 03/05/2018 at 1:58 PM

Re: “Activists say Tom Cotton has issued do-not-call-or-write notice to some constituents. UPDATE. Such letters sent in 'extreme circumstances' says Cotton's office.

This is America. We all have the same rights! Right? Just as it is your right to vote for the candidate of your choice; it is his right to listen to whomever he wishes to listen to for I see nowhere in the state or federal constitution that mandates that Cotton or any other citizen of this country has to subject himself to what he perceives as harassment. These are #metoo moments that extend far beyond sexual harassment in the work place and encompass each and every one of us.

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Posted by Cadron Boy on 01/18/2018 at 2:04 PM

Re: “And speaking of Mark Stodola: You want energy and ideas?

Suburb Lover is completely off his/her rocker. First -- if he/she doesn't live in an apartment there is pretty good odds he/she lives in government subsidized housing -- yes the government gives mortgage interest credit to every taxpayer and thus subsidizes their housing as a means to prop up home construction. Apartment owners get no such subsidy from the government -- no part of their rent is tax deductible. Suburb Lover is a "leach" if he applies for the mortgage deduction. Either way his monthly payment goes to a bank -- perhaps even on a government-backed loan -- to feed into the pockets of some rich cat far far away from Little Rock -- money paid to rent an apartment or home in the state most likely stays in the state. Second -- Suburbs are a code word for neighborhoods filled with racist bigots , white flight advocates and rednecks -- just the kind of place Suburb Lover would feel at home. Third -- Suburbs are "old school" -- back in the 1950s and 60s they were all the rage -- move to the suburbs, get a mortgage and saddle yourself with debt over a 20-30 year period -- what a way to live -- in debt, anchored to a home -- like Suburb Lover suburbanites are big in having possessions -- that is how they rank themselves -- their source of pride is often just to have a home, the bigger the better and "toys" -- they are very self-serving consumers. As Suburb Lover reveals they don't really care about anyone but themselves. Forth -- Suburb Lovers contribute to sprawl and environmental degradation at a rate that far exceeds that of those that live in an apartment -- of course they care little about their impact on the world -- narcissism works that way. And lastly Suburb Lover reveals his ignorance -- or least his hypocrisy -- else he/she would know that the vast majority of apartments being built here in Arkansas and across the country are in the suburbs. Suburb Lover is frankly so inflicted with cognitive dissonance he/she offers little beyond insults and prejudices that rise from long bred ignorance.

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Posted by Cadron Boy on 07/25/2017 at 3:50 PM

Re: “What makes Arkansas's 'religious freedom' bill different from other states?

A lot of half-truths in this article. As the law it written it only applies to "private individuals" and non-profit religious organizations -- not to public businesses! If a florist has a public business they won't be able to discriminate but if I as a private person feel that my personal religious freedoms are being impinged upon by federal coercion I will at least have a recourse to seek remedy -- which I currently do not have. If I as a private individual do not wish to open my home and property to a LBGT person -- or any other person for that matter -- due to some religious belief then I can keep the door close. Sadly I was recently coerced by the government to admit felons (sex offenders) into my home as part of a counseling program mandated by the courts -- in real life some of these people would have never ever been allowed in my home as I have impressionable children nor can I forgive or condone their behavior yet in the absence of any such protections I had to spend many evenings listening to this scum tell their stories.

Yes businesses should never discriminate but as a private individual I have the right to show partiality and judgment as to whom I let into my home or associated with on daily basis,

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Posted by Cadron Boy on 03/31/2015 at 11:19 AM

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