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Arkansas Times senior editor Max Brantley reports Little Rock news, Arkansas news and Arkansas politics.
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CNN Newsroom 23m
2020 candidate responds to Rep. Tom Cotton's comments that the US should launch a retaliatory strike on Iran. "That is so irresponsible...we don't even have all the facts yet... We don't have the information we need to start lobbing bombs."
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Radley Balko 1h
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Moreover, if your only moral outrage over the migrant story concerns how people are describing it, it might be time to recalibrate your humanity.
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Radley Balko 1h
Yes, "concentration camps" is accurate.
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Shannon Watts 6h
A Texas father shot his daughter six times, including twice in the head, just feet from her 13-month-old after an argument over where to place a baby gate. America is the only high-income country where guns make every day arguments deadly.
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Dave Weigel 3h
Not going any deeper into Concentration Camp Twitter today, but the term originated to describe British tactics in the Boer War, and was later applied to Nazi tactics. Problem with saying “internment camp” instead is that you remind people that Americans had them before.
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Another way to look at it: Arkansas taxpayers to subsidize Saudi killing in Yemen.
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How bad is the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals? This bad when it comes to overzealous cops. Cheers to Lavenski Smith of Arkansas for being on the right (losing) side. via
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Wajahat Ali 14h
That flaming socialist Ike also increased taxes on the wealthy during the 50s when America was allegedly great.
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Dave Weigel 4h
CTRL+F “Iran,” zero results
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How you feel about that boycott law?
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Accountability for charters? They didn’t like it.
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Jennifer Berkshire 18h
If you're wondering why Dem presidential candidates are running away from charter schools here's an explainer from West Virginia
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Illegal in Arkansas thanks to tobacco lobby. Unbelievably leveraged by cancer research legislation.
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Kafkasrecruit 14h
I'm one. Issues with SSA delays. Never heard back from Hill or staff. Boozman's staff sent form letter with incorrect information. I think they got an award for constituent services about that time. Unbelievable.
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ProPublica 17h
In 2017, people who claimed the “earned income tax credit” were audited at 2x the rate of those who make between $200k-$500k. Also: those who claim it typically made $20,000 a year or less. From 2018:
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Arkansas Blog 17h
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Some of the people of Central Ark. maybe. Some can’t get return calls.
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Arthur H. Camins 22h
$50 million charter scam: The payback for dual school systems and deregulation is ubiquitous corruption and wasted tax dollars
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Karen Francisco Jun 16
Voucher accountability charade | Opinion | The Journal Gazette
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Taylor Lorenz 19h
Ppl are so up in arms about Harvard rescinding 1 kid’s acceptance after discovering he made racist comments online. They’ve done it before. It’s not some new thing and he should be held to the same standard as the kids before him. Here’s my story from 2017
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