Arkansas Panel Rejects State Sovereignty Resolution

By Laura on 4:40 PM

comments (4)

Filed Under:

Arkansas State CapitolFor proponents of small government, the $787 billion economic stimulus bill recently passed by Congress isn't a life saver. It's the last straw.

State lawmakers across the country are sponsoring resolutions (most of them only symbolic) demanding state sovereignty, in effect the right to ignore any federal law or policies they deem unconstitutional. And that includes the U.S. stimulus package.

Lawmakers in at least 15 states are sponsoring similar resolutions. They say they're fighting a trend that has reached a fever pitch - decades of federal overreach.

The resolution, which needed 11 votes to pass, failed on an 8-10 vote.

Source: here

A Tobacco Prohibition?? Why Care - You Better Care!

By Bill Smith on 9:47 PM

comments (2)

Filed Under:

Bill Smith, ARRA Editor: A source at the Americans for Limited Government in Washington D.C. called my attention to a dangerous piece of legislation that is working its way to the floor of the House of Representatives. This bill would restrict your rights as never before. Simply put, this would legislate that the Government could take an industry and slaughter it! And that is the least of the powers that they will gain if this is allowed to pass.

Left wing extremist, Henry Waxman and the House Committee on Energy and Commerce is set to vote on legislation that would place tobacco products under the authority of the FDA. The bill could be on the President’s desk as soon as this Summer. While I am not a smoker nor do I even support smoking in general, one does not have to agree with smoking to see that this bill only serves to further centralize government authority over our daily lives. Through classifying tobacco as a drug under the authority of the FDA, the Government then can force people to do as they say, and as a result, put thousands of people out of work and block new proven smokeless products from entering the market.

Instead of helping to fix the problem, the government will use force and coercion to influence the change that they want. They are gaining power to influence your daily life, and do not think for one second that they will not exploit this for their own benefit.

Although the ears of the Arkansas and other Blue Dogs democrats appear to have been clipped by Speaker Peloisi, if they don't stand up soon for against the continued onslaught of centralized government authority, they will become totally co-opted by Pelois' liberal cronies. As for Arkansas Vic Snyder, no need seek help since he represents the liberal extreme interests. And as much as I would like to ask "former" blue dog Marion Berry, he appears to be out for nap most of the time.

But I am going to plead with the one able minded Arkansas Blue Dog congressman who in the past has taken stands for his Arkansas constituents. That Congressman is Representative Mike Ross of Arkansas' 4th Congressional District. So here goes: Congressman Ross, please do not support legislation that would restrict liberty and freedom. As long as people are not restricting the liberties of their neighbor, there exists no need to punish them. It is not the job of the Government to tell people how to live their lives, rather, it is the job of the government to defend us from those who would restrict liberty. Congressman Ross protect our liberty and freedom. We are all watching and hoping! Join me and Contact your representatives!

Musical Monday -- Big Audio Dynamite!

By Ethan Nobles on 12:27 AM

comments (1)

Filed Under:

Mick Jones landed OK after he was booted out of the Clash, huh? Here's one of Big Audio Dynamite's better songs, Rush. Enjoy!


Big Audio Dynamite - Rush (Official Music Video) - Click here for this week’s top video clips

Come join Music Monday and share your songs with us. One simple rule, leave ONLY the actual post link here. You can grab this code at LJL Please note these links are STRICTLY for Music Monday participants only. All others will be deleted without prejudice.



Top Entrecard droppers for February

By Ethan Nobles on 9:09 PM

comments (3)

Filed Under:

Yes, once again it's time to join the Razorback cheerleader pictured here and whoop it up for the good people who have visited this blog regularly through Entrecard.

We love regular visitors here at the All Arkie Army and thank those who make this little blog a regular stop. Unfamiliar with Entrecard? If you've got a blog, you should join that site by clicking right here. You'll be amazed at the traffic you'll get.

Regular visitors, after, all make blogging worthwhile. Here at the All Arkie Army, we'd really be thrilled if some Arkansas bloggers -- or those who had ties here -- would take a minute and join this site. You'll get some more exposure for your blog and will (hopefully) get to find out some things going on here in the Natural State, to boot. Want to join? Just hit the "Contact" link at the top of the page and send me, your friendly The Hawg, an e-mail.

So, without further ado, here are the extra special Entrecard members who visited the most in February:


Go and pay those good folks a visit, huh?