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Sarah Sanders Says She’s ‘Been Called’ To Run For Office, Considering 2023 Run For Governor

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Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said that she’s “been called” to run for office and has indicated that she is considering a run for governor of Arkansas in 2023. Sanders, who left the White House less than six months ago, is eyeing a run for governor after current Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s term is up in 2023, ...

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CZ-USA To Build $90 Million Facility In Little Rock

CZ-USA, the U.S.-based affiliate of a Czech firearms manufacturer, announced plans Tuesday to build its first-ever domestic manufacturing facility in Little Rock, Arkansas. The location will serve as the North American headquarters for CZ-USA, which will begin construction immediately on a 256,000-square-foot factory which will be located on a 73 acre site owned by the Port of Little Rock, the ...

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Arkansas Senate Passes Bill Mandating 72 Hour Waiting Period Before Abortions

The Arkansas Senate passed a bill Thursday expanding the restrictions it places on women seeking to end their pregnancies by mandating they wait 72 hours post-counseling before they can have an abortion. The state senate voted Thursday 29-5 to pass SB 278. Under the legislation, women must wait 72 hours after they are counseled by a physician before they can ...

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WaPo’s Useless Racism Analysis

Obama lost around 40% of the vote in primaries held in Kentucky, Arkansas and West Virginia.  Of course, The Washington Compost posted a story providing useless and utterly inane analysis surrounding the reasons why the president did so poorly as the incumbent candidate.  Chris Cillizza wrote: that we know beyond a shadow of a doubt is that Appalachia and portions ...

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Jeb Bush Signs Right On Crime Statement of Principles

Joins Ed Meese, Grover Norquist, Bill Bennett, and dozens of conservative leaders supporting conservative criminal justice reforms AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Jeb Bush, the first Republican to be elected to consecutive terms as Governor of Florida, is the newest signatory of the Right On Crime statement of principles, which aligns the conservative agenda on criminal justice reform with long-standing conservative principles such as accountability, ...

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