Posts Tagged ‘Larry Woodall’
April 26, 2012 by Jeff Winkler
Below is Larry Woodall’s letter he send to Walton Arts Center after it announced that Ted Nugent would be performing in the summer First let me say a big thank you to WAC for its presence in NWA. I’ve enjoyed numerous concerts and art shows at your Dickson St location since your opening and plan to continue. I write you to register a complaint about your choice to support Ted Nugent for the AMP appearance in NWA on June 10, 2012. Ted Nugent is blatantly and vulgarly a partisan political entertainer. On stage he has called for SoS Hillary Clinton to “suck on this you bitch” as he waves an assault rifle in the air. Recently his remarks likened the President of the United States to coyote in one’s living room that needs to be shot. Today comes this revelation that Nugent’s comments have been scrubbed from the National Rifle Association’s website: “If Barack Obama becomes the president in November, again, I will either be dead or in jail by this time next year,” Nugent told a crowd at the [NRA] convention. That comment piqued the interest of the Secret Service, who’ll be meeting with Nugent Thursday. Link is here …Read More...
April 5, 2012 by wcobserver
To the Editor: Last fall I was in your wonderful town visiting old friends. We drove past a school with a sign that read “We Give Praise To God For Providing ABC Summer Funding.” I was puzzled and asked my friends what the sign was about and they told us it was preschool run by a religious man, Justin Harris. We returned home and I did an internet search and discovered the school gets over $850,000 from a state-federal education program. I also learned that the school’s owner is a state representative who gets to vote on funding for his school. It may be politely pious to thank God for the school’s funding but if you rummage around the books there will be at least two checks that say State of Arkansas, one for the school, one for legislative salary. Does God live in Little Rock? Larry Woodall, SpringdaleRead More...