Archive for 2013

Anti-Racist arrested for defacement of billboard

Dec 19th, 2013 | By
City approved vandalism

47-year-old Chad Watkins, owner of NowandZen Home Improvement in Harrison, was arrested on a misdemeanor criminal mischief charge and released on $2,500 bond. Other anti-racists in Harrison are supporting him and collecting donations for his defense..really? Supporting a criminal vandal? I wonder how they would feel having their property vandalized. Talk about haters… Harrison, AR,
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City of Harrison starts campaign

Dec 19th, 2013 | By
Love your neighbor

The Harrison Community Task Force on Race Relations campaign is in full swing, with billboards, yard signs, and t-shirts making their debut in Harrison.  We do agree with the sentiment, Love Your Neighbor, we just happen to disagree with the way they have interpreted “neighbor”.  Since the Task Force wants to get biblical, we’ll help
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Haters Gonna Hate

Nov 29th, 2013 | By
Anti racist is a code word for anti white

It’s fairly obvious to anyone with an iota of intelligence who the real haters are in Harrison Arkansas, and it isn’t who you’ve been taught to believe it is. Freedom of speech just won’t be tolerated in this overwhelmingly White community in the South by those who promote diversity and speak of loving your neighbor.
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Indoctrination, sponsored by the Harrison School system

Nov 21st, 2013 | By
David LaMotte, pro gay activist and anti-white Quaker.

On Monday, Nov 18th, David LaMotte, pro gay, anti-white Quaker, and author of the childrens book “White Flour”, an anti-racist rambling purportedly based on an incident in May of 2007, gave a reading to Harrison area school students. Our school board just can’t wait to start the indoctrination of our youth with inaccurate portrayals of
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Anti-Racist bumper stickers starting to show up in Harrison

Oct 25th, 2013 | By
Anti-Racist Bumper Sticker

It appears that that the attitudes of the Mayor of Harrison, the Council on Race Relations, and the degenerates at Equality Revolution regarding the Anti-Racist billboard in town have only flamed the fires in Harrison, AR. While it was a nice gesture in the paper for the Council on Race Relations to place a banner
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True colors

Oct 18th, 2013 | By
Oath of Office

Well, the local “established” media has shown its true colors once again, misrepresenting and twisting the reporting to suit it’s most assuredly liberal slant. In the latest articles, they say confrontation was inevitable between protesters and counter-protesters, and go on to show their bias against the counter-protesters. What they failed to mention, was the fact
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Protest against Free Speech in Harrison

Oct 16th, 2013 | By
No free speech

Apparently an area supposedly bisexual activist, named Renee (Floy) Goodwin under her Equality Revolution banner, once again has it’s panties in a bundle, (which wouldn’t be the first time, as editor of Pink Velvet, a bondage magazine exploiting women) this time over a billboard in town. Free speech seems to only apply if she likes
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Harrison: Standing Firm on Reputation

Oct 15th, 2013 | By
Anti racist is a code word for anti white

A new sign went up by the Bypass today. Big, bold, and colored. A simple statement, yet one that has a very strong meaning to many. You might think you know who sponsored this sign, but we can guarantee that you would be wrong. It isn’t the person or group that the media loves to
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So long Daily’s

Sep 10th, 2013 | By

So long Daily’s. Mr Mayor, it’s terrible you had another failed investment. In todays economy, selling fried hamburger steak for N.Y. Strip prices just won’t cut it, especially here. Hopefully you’ll make enough on the property to recoup your losses when the new gas station comes in. (We heard it was a done deal, but
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Learn to Think Without Limitations

Sep 4th, 2013 | By
No Limitations

NewsUSA) – “If you’ve ever been around someone with a no-limitation mentality, you are sure to remember them,” says Paul J. Meyer, author of “Pink Slip Proof: How to Control All Future Paychecks.” “They don’t know the word “can’t”. It’s not in their vocabulary. They simply expect things to work out in the best way
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