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Re: “Gan Nunnally slams primary opponent Rep. Jim Dotson for per diem shenanigans and Ecclesia ties

Gan is by no means a similar republican as Dotson. Pretty much everyone that truly runs in NWA runs as republican. Gans dad is from Truman and they are much more moderate than the mega church republicans in NWA.

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Posted by Spicolihog on 05/03/2018 at 5:26 PM

Re: “The beat returns to the hearts of the river cities: downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock

Awesome. Now here comes the crime. It's still Little Rock.

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Posted by Spicolihog on 03/29/2018 at 10:36 AM

Re: “Hillary elaborates on handling of harassment complaint in 2008

Haha Max- Anti-Clinton/NY Times- surely you are laughing at yourself?

Posted by Spicolihog on 01/31/2018 at 5:43 PM

Re: “Nixon's echoes in the age of Fox

I did not vote for trump or hillary. However, this article could easily spin a 180 and simply replace Fox with CNN or MSNBC (or LR/Ark Times). The days of objective journalism are apparently over.

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Posted by Spicolihog on 01/26/2018 at 3:50 PM

Re: “UCA profs doubt the benefit of a key element of Arkansas corporate welfare

The government bureaucrats always fine it awfully easy to spend money that is not their own.

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Posted by Spicolihog on 12/07/2017 at 11:33 AM

Re: “Supreme Court takes up sports betting, with an end to national ban one possibility

It is on-line, maybe not to the extent of a sports book in Vegas, but you can be confident that they will take your money and pay you any winnings.

How is this different than the lottery?

A better question is how is this different than say shorting a stock on Wall St.? Both, you would think require a certain degree of analysis and future projections. Many would argue that there are way more variable in stock market speculation than in betting on sports.

Posted by Spicolihog on 12/04/2017 at 4:41 PM

Re: “ASU announces $29 million athletic project backed by private booster foundation

And ASU is above mediocre (if even that) how? Sure, they have had some winning records by beating poor teams in a poor conference. Approx almost 1/2 of athletic spending comes from student fees, tax money, etc. Average what, around 25k attendance? And that is with essentially giving away tickets. Continue relishing in the lack of success on the football field of the states leading institution- (Im sure the national recognition you so desire can still come from that womens bowling team).

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Posted by Spicolihog on 11/21/2017 at 4:22 PM

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