Author - Dustin Jayroe

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103.7’s RJ Hawk is Running for State Representative

RJ Hawk has just announced that he is running for State Representative of District 31. Hawk, a current city councilman for the city of Bryant and sports radio personality for 103.7 the Buzz, will run as a Republican for the seat being vacated by current Rep. Andy Davis (R) who is not seeking...

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John Bolton Out as National Security Adviser

by Dustin Jayroe President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that John Bolton will no longer occupy the position of national security adviser, a post he had served since April 2018. Bolton was Trump’s third national security adviser, preceded by H.R. McMaster and Michael Flynn.  President Trump...

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Trump Orders U.S. Companies to Ditch China

by Dustin Jayroe President Donald Trump is instructing businesses in the United States to cease their relationships with China, using Twitter as the medium for these official demands. “Our great American companies are hereby ordered to immediately start looking for an alternative to China,”...

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Tom Cotton Supports Plan to Buy Greenland

by Dustin Jayroe Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that President Donald Trump had been floating the idea of buying Greenland, a semi-autonomous territory of Denmark.  What seemed to be an out-of-left-field news report amidst a swirling cycle of news on trade, immigration and gun control...

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$73.8 Million Approved for Arkansas Highway Repairs

A transfer of state funds totaling $73.8 million for the state Department of Transportation was approved by a subcommittee of the state’s Legislative Council on Tuesday, after a recommendation from Gov. Asa Hutchinson.  The expedited push-through of these funds is, in part, an effort to repair...

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Common Ground on Common Sense

by Dustin Jayroe Another weekend has passed, and with it, more innocent lives have been lost at the hands of domestic terrorists carrying out mass shootings.  In Texas, on Saturday, many El Paso families were enjoying a tax-free weekend as they shopped for school supplies at a local Walmart —...