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    A couple of instances of doublespeak cropped up in Little Rock over the weekend.
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Re: “Here comes the business lobby to preserve the end of your right to jury trial

This convoluted proposition reminds me of the multifaceted "ethics" proposal the legislature placed on the ballot in '14. Certainly didn't do much to strength ethics, but rolled back prior term limits initiatives.

Posted by Kay Ekey on 07/27/2018 at 9:59 AM

Re: “ACORN, the Arkansas-born community group, subject of new documentary

Documentary ACORN & the Firestorm is screening at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festivsl this week. Mon. Oct 9 4:00PM & Thurs Oct 12 @ 7:00PM. HSDFI.org for more info

Posted by Kay Ekey on 10/06/2017 at 10:53 PM

Re: “Public defender: an AIDS activist remembers 15 years in the trenches

I am thankful to see AIDS being discussed because it hasn't been wiped out. Education needs to continue. I was a RAIN team member in the 90's. Sadly, we lost a number of partners (people w AIDS who were assigned to our team for support) over the years, but I was thrilled to run into a former partner earlier this year. She is doing well & back to working full time. As effective treatments became more readily available, and the families & public became more educated on the modes of transmission so fear diminished somewhat, the need for RAIN teams declined. It was wonderful to catch up on Eric's life through this article. Trudy, Eric, & their brave speakers saved countless lives & the impression they made on those teens continues to shape their sexual behavior today. Thank you! K Ekey

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Posted by Kay Ekey on 05/12/2016 at 8:08 PM

Re: “Excellent coffee, great kombucha at Kollective

I've been going to Kollective since they opened last spring. Haven't been disappointed with a pour yet & have tried quite a variety as well as some tasty sandwiches & muffins. Out of town guests have requested returning there when they were back in town. I agree whole heartedly with your review.

Posted by Kay Ekey on 12/22/2015 at 9:00 PM
  • Re: An open line

    • 1958 we had a group of student from Turkey and they were hostile to Any…

    • on August 18, 2018
  • Re: An open line

    • My roommate and fellow history student told me about the Turks he fought with in…

    • on August 18, 2018
  • Re: An open line

    • There weren't a whole of lot of Turkish fighters in the Korean War, but there…

    • on August 18, 2018


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