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Re: “Police release Walker arrest video; shows cops accusing him of being 'race baiter'

He didn't do anything wrong we have rights to video. Those never should have confronted him asking what your. concerns. I know whites always gets ire when race is discussed. Back in pasts MLK was call trouble maker..not staying in his place...2 millions paid in wrongful death of Mr Edison no one fired

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Posted by rudy08 on 09/28/2016 at 5:34 PM

Re: “Crittenden County NAACP wins $120,000 judgment against national NAACP in election dispute

Dale Charles should resign and The National HQ should have address this situation and resolved the complaint with out the court involvement

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Posted by rudy08 on 09/12/2015 at 11:22 AM

Re: “The shame of Robert E. Lee/MLK Day in Arkansas

Narrative King's Holiday

I read Dr. W. Stuart Towns book Enduring Rhetoric and ritual of the lost cause - Conclusion: all of this is a part of history and should be understood by all of us shared and protected I agree but will Southern States truly understand black feeling when General lee fought to enslaved black and one fought for racial equality on the same day we honored both BIRTHDAYS FOR BOTH MEN OF OUR HISTORY not just arkasnas

you know it took 15 years to create a king holiday Jan 15 but states wouldn't allowed 2 days off work confederate day and king day so they iconic voted to place King's birthday on confederate memorial day
Arkansas-Alabama Mississippi Georgia and Virginia
Mrs Coretta Scoot King said this is not a black holiday: it is a people's holiday sign into law nov. 2 1983.
for all the people all the time Memorial of those slaves during antebellum period of the old south.
I under stand the lost cause enduring legacy division will stir more oratory on how do we as a people accept history with much debate when some town do not celebrate king birthday in Arkansas . I do not think, the oratory will ever bring back life to the lost cause until the acceptance of Martin Luther King' Birthday EVEN IF he IS HONORED ON ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY BUT IN SEPARATE WAY's Representing racial equality Regardless color or creed. confederate memorial day included...if this is what the oratory speaks then we are attesting tolerance to confederate memorial day for both men if we are willing to share and understand this narrative

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Posted by rudy08 on 02/16/2015 at 11:42 AM

Re: “Shoffner: Dumb and dumber

Yes I wonder did she think this could be an added retirement benefit-Shoffner: Dumb and dumber

This kinda of money always come back @ some time in one career - totally long jail times

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Posted by rudy08 on 03/14/2014 at 11:57 AM

Re: “Ethics and the Tea Party 9: Missy Irvin rakes in lobby cash during session

These antebellum raise southern oratory will be out asking for votes from fellow Arkansan citizen who THEY care less for AND showing their love for those poor citizen son's and daughter going to war for this country the like of Sen. Missy Irvin
from Mountain View were no African Americans detected in the city. 96.97% White whose poor white living (Mountain View) and need the private option..
RUDY FRAZIER NLR ARK

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Posted by rudy08 on 02/15/2014 at 4:35 AM

Re: “U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin not running for re-election

bye tim

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Posted by rudy08 on 10/21/2013 at 11:04 AM

Re: “Victim in North Little Rock shooting identified

My condolence goes to the family of Samantha Cass, 31, of North Little Rock.
I hope they will find her killer. If this if random guns crime, I hope NLRPD CATCH HIM SOON

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Posted by rudy08 on 08/15/2013 at 9:47 AM

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