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Can the Kochs buy a U.S. Senate seat for Tom Cotton? They're trying. | Arkansas Blog | Arkansas news, politics, opinion, restaurants, music, movies and art

Can the Kochs buy a U.S. Senate seat for Tom Cotton? They're trying. | Arkansas Blog | Arkansas news, politics, opinion, restaurants, music, movies and art

Fun activity worksheets/curriculum on arkansas from Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin

Fun activity worksheets/curriculum on arkansas from Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin

Jackson Stephens Sr. is a big-money man from Arkansas. A top donor to the Reagan and George H.W. Bush campaigns, he suddenly switched to Clinton in 1990. He brought BCCI to US shores in 1979 and helped to launder cocaine profits from CIA drug smuggling in Mena, Arkansas and elsewhere.Mochtar ...

Jackson Stephens Sr. is a big-money man from Arkansas. A top donor to the Reagan and George H.W. Bush campaigns, he suddenly switched to Clinton in 1990. He brought BCCI to US shores in 1979 and helped to launder cocaine profits from CIA drug smuggling in Mena, Arkansas and elsewhere.Mochtar ...

Family of migrant agricultural workers: Belle Glade, Florida. The majority of the workers who moved to Florida during the Great Depression came from Georgia, South and North Carolina and Arkansas

Poignant pictures show how the poorest of families survived the Great Depression

Family of migrant agricultural workers: Belle Glade, Florida. The majority of the workers who moved to Florida during the Great Depression came from Georgia, South and North Carolina and Arkansas

Tom Cotton's evasive maneuvering on the Farm Bill | Arkansas Blog | Arkansas news, politics, opinion, restaurants, music, movies and art

Tom Cotton's evasive maneuvering on the Farm Bill | Arkansas Blog | Arkansas news, politics, opinion, restaurants, music, movies and art

Rep. Tom Cotton (R) has a worse unfavorable to favorable rating compared to Sen. Mark Pryor (D), who Cotton is challenging in the Arkansas Senate race, according to a new poll from Republican pollster Harper Polling on behalf of the conservative American Crossroads group.   Thirty-nine percent of those surveyed have an unfavorable view of Cotton while 31 percent have a favorable view, the poll found. Thirty percent said they were unsure. By contrast, 42 percent of those surveyed said they…

Conservative Pollster: GOP's Cotton Unfavorables Worse Than Dem Pryor's

Rep. Tom Cotton (R) has a worse unfavorable to favorable rating compared to Sen. Mark Pryor (D), who Cotton is challenging in the Arkansas Senate race, according to a new poll from Republican pollster Harper Polling on behalf of the conservative American Crossroads group. Thirty-nine percent of those surveyed have an unfavorable view of Cotton while 31 percent have a favorable view, the poll found. Thirty percent said they were unsure. By contrast, 42 percent of those surveyed said they…

To quote Senator Tom Cotton, there is a certain regime known as "one of the largest money laundering and influence peddling operations in the world." What is this organization, that has the ability to funnel cash from sources of ill repute and turn them into magical dollars and cents? The...

To quote Senator Tom Cotton, there is a certain regime known as "one of the largest money laundering and influence peddling operations in the world." What is this organization, that has the ability to funnel cash from sources of ill repute and turn them into magical dollars and cents? The...

Clinton's Hillary? Really? Here we go again...  The female side of one of the greatest con artist team in American history is aiming herself at the White House.

Clinton's Hillary? Really? Here we go again... The female side of one of the greatest con artist team in American history is aiming herself at the White House.

President Barack Obama took a major gamble when he punted executive action on immigration earlier this fall to try to save red-state Senate Democrats — and it didn’t pay off. Vulnerable Senate Democrats who publicly opposed executive action, from Sen. Kay Hagan of North Carolina to Mark Pryor in Arkansas, weren’t spared from defeat...

Obama's failed immigration gamble

President Barack Obama took a major gamble when he punted executive action on immigration earlier this fall to try to save red-state Senate Democrats — and it didn’t pay off. Vulnerable Senate Democrats who publicly opposed executive action, from Sen. Kay Hagan of North Carolina to Mark Pryor in Arkansas, weren’t spared from defeat...

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