Click here to find the ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE CALENDAR (published by Arkansas First). This is an important resource for staying up to date with the important issues of the current legislative session.
LOCALISM, A Philosophy of Government (click here to buy Kindle version from Amazon)
SEE BLOG SECTION FOR INFORMATION ON MEDICAID EXPANSION (i.e. "Private Option")
Having fun at the Springdale Rodeo Parade
July 3, 2013 Arkansas Watch List of 10 Worst Legislators of the 2013 Session here.
Arkansas Watch List of 10 Best Legislators of the 2013 Session here.
Protesting IRS abuse of power at the "Reign in the IRS" Rally at the IRS office on Millsap in Fayetteville, May 21, 2013
"Don't Tread on Me" flag at the IRS office, Fayetteville, AR, May 21, 2013
1st of 3 unedited videos from tea party meeting, Monday, May 13, 2013 below:
Part 2 of tea party meeting Monday, May 13, 2013:
Episode 5 from the "Lai-se Boy Network" series:
The February 11 meeting featured a special panel discussion: "Herding Cats: Liberty is the Destination." Short closing speech from WCTP chairman Jeff Oland here:
90-second speech from chairman Jeff Oland (American amateurs):
From Mark Moore at Arkansas Watch: "The hot-button issue in the Arkansas Legislature is whether or not the state wants to participate in Obamacare. There are two main parts here......" (continue reading here or here).
Fiscal Cliff "deal" means tax hikes for 80% of us making between $50,000 and $200,000: http://www.redstate.com/2013/01/02/a-new-agenda/
Steve Womack voted for the tax hike (roll call votes here)
Boozman and Pryor voted for the tax hike (roll call votes here)
About a dozen tea party activists held "Vote NO" signs on 71B at Joyce Blvd., Thursday, October 18, 2012. "No new taxes. No New Debt," is what the bottom of the sign says. Join us in voting no to new taxes/debt
Conservative Arkansas's high-quality explanation of the Highway Commission (a short crash-course on why the highway tax is a bad idea)
The first episode of the "Lai'se Boy Network" series. Here, Jeff and John are "on the jagged edge of doing something," but never actually do anything.
(remember this article from last year about the Highway Commission reneging its promise? "The commission is, in short, a pack of liars..." Max Brantley)
Washington County Tea Party participated in the Springdale Rodeo Parade July 4 and July 7, 2012. Pocket Constitutions, flyers, and popsicles were distributed. The popsicles were a welcome treat in the 100-degree heat!