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Can Your State Pay Its Bills?

“Tax revenues that have not kept up with expenditures . . . significant debt levels as a result of decades of using bonds without being able to pay for them.” Is your state fiscally solvent, or in danger of becoming bankrupt thanks to out of control spending?

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Analysis of Personal Income Growth in Arkansas

April 14, 2014 J

The website Governing has a great chart of personal income growth across counties in America. As the website states – The following map shows changes in per capita personal income, by U.S. county, between 2007 and 2012. Income data was compiled from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis and adjusted for inflation using CPI-U. Here […]

Your Voice, Your Vote

January 11, 2014

There is a special election in Senate District 21 coming up on Tuesday. Please don’t forget to have your voice heard! Polls are open from 7:30am to 7:30pm. Here are the polling locations: Precinct 1: Huntington Building, 900 W. Monroe Ave, Jonesboro Precinct 2: Parker Park Community Center, 1522 N. Church St, Jonesboro Precincts 3 […]

It just takes one.

August 12, 2013

Do you ever feel the fight to preserve freedom and liberty for all is tiresom? Well today’s guest post from David Overy (@OveryDavid on Twitter) will be sure to inspire. Last week, I listened to a retired man named Bob talk about his life.  He spent his working days building houses and as our conversation […]

Common core takes center stage in Arkansas

July 25, 2013 J,

The following is a guest blog post from a member of AFP Foundation regarding Common Core. She testified before a joint committee of Arkansas legislators this week and did a wonderful job. Please check out her comments below. My name is Grace Lewis; I am a mother of four and a Registered Nurse at White […]