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In Arkansas Writers ' Project v. Ragland,, for instance, the Court invalidated an Arkansas law exempting " religious, professional, trade and sports journals " from taxation since the law amounted to the regulation of newspaper content.
Theories of a cover-up still persisted, some of which were promulgated by the Arkansas Project.
Yet, his work has been called a " hoax " and " discredited " by conservatives like Ann Coulter, it was also disputed by the American Spectator, which caused Scaife to end his funding of the Arkansas Project with the publisher.
Tyrrell was one of those behind the Arkansas Project, financed by Richard Mellon Scaife, to improve the Spectators investigative journalism.
Hate mail written in the late 1950s regarding desegregation of Little Rock Central High School is projected over actresses Mary-Pat Green and Gia McGlone in Arkansas Repertory Theatre's 2007 production of The Legacy Project: It Happened in Little Rock.
A quiet, unassuming man, he donated millions of dollars to worthy causes, including the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences campus, the Delta Project, the U. S. Naval Academy, where he graduated with classmate Jimmy Carter, First Tee of Arkansas, the Prattsville Community Center, and others.
Hunter contributes to many charities, including the " Torii Hunter Project Education Initiative ," which provides college scholarships to students in California, Arkansas, Nevada and Minnesota, the Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy in Las Vegas, a partnership with Major League Baseball to help maintain and improve baseball diamonds in inner cities, the Big Brothers and the Prostate Cancer Foundation, and in addition, Hunter helped fund construction of a youth softball field in Placentia, California in 2008.
Scaife played a major role in funding the Arkansas Project investigating President Clinton ; former Clinton White House Counsel Lanny Davis claimed Scaife was using his money " to destroy a president of the United States.
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He later discovered he was deceived and that the troopers had been paid by Richard Mellon Scaife, who bankrolled The American Spectator and the Arkansas Project, a secret project to discredit Clinton.
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The Arkansas Project was a series of investigations ( mostly funded by businessman Richard Mellon Scaife through his staff at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ) that were initiated with the intent of damaging and ending the presidency of Bill Clinton.
According to R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr., editor-in-chief of the Spectator, the idea for the Arkansas Project was hatched on a fishing trip on the Chesapeake Bay in the fall of 1993.
During Olsen's Senate confirmation hearing for Solicitor General, majority Republicans blocked Senator Patrick Leahy's call for further committee inquiries on the subject of Olsen's ties to the Arkansas Project.
* Ding, Dong, the Cultural Witch Hunt Is Dead by Frank Rich on the Arkansas Project
* White House Tries to Broker Compromise on Nomination Discusses Ted Olson's role in the Arkansas Project
* Abroad at Home ; Slime on the Right Discussed Arkansas Project, New York Times May 4, 1998
* Spotlight Shifts to a Conservative Patron Discusses Scaife role in the Arkansas Project, New York Times
* Olson Approved As Solicitor General Mentions Olson's role in the Arkansas Project CBS News

Arkansas and name
Settling in Arkansas in 1833, he taught school and wrote a series of articles for the Little Rock Arkansas Advocate under the pen name of " Casca.
** The first Walmart store, then known as Wal-Mart ( which is still the corporate name ), opens for business in Rogers, Arkansas.
* March 15 – The Phi Lambda Chi fraternity ( original name " The Aztecs ") is founded on the campus of Arkansas State Teacher's College in Conway, Arkansas ( now the University of Central Arkansas ).
* Lawrenceville, former name of Alleene, Arkansas
American replaced the Skaggs-Alpha Beta name with that of Jewel-Osco on all 76 stores in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Arkansas, expanding the chain south.
Two years later on December 6, 1875, the county's name was shortened to " Clay " by the Arkansas General Assembly ; though some sources say it was renamed for the legendary statesman Henry Clay, others say John M. Clayton remained its official namesake.
In either case, the name change was apparently inspired by lingering distrust of Powell Clayton within the county, due to his declaring martial law and suspending elections there in 1868 when he was Governor of Arkansas and the area was still part of Greene County.
The only other instances in which two neighboring counties with the same name share a state border are Sabine County, Texas and Sabine Parish, Louisiana, Bristol County, Massachusetts and Bristol County, Rhode Island, Union County, Arkansas and Union Parish, Louisiana, Teton County, Wyoming and Teton County, Idaho, Big Horn County, Wyoming and Big Horn County, Montana, Park County, Wyoming and Park County, Montana, and Escambia County, Alabama and Escambia County, Florida respectively.
Despite the league's name only its four South Division teams are actually based in Texas ; the four North Division teams are located in surrounding states of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri.
Utah County is one of seven counties in the United States to share the same name as their states ( the other six counties are Arkansas County, Hawaii County, Idaho County, Iowa County, New York County, and Oklahoma County ).
* Toronto, an alternate name for Tamo, Arkansas
Its name is in honor of Major General Patrick R. Cleburne, of Arkansas.
The controversy further escalated on April 30, 2010, when The Weather Channel went ahead with airing the 1992 film Wind ( a film about yachting that had little to do with weather, contrary to its name ) at the same time a tornado outbreak was occurring in Missouri and Arkansas.
The only other instances in which two neighboring counties with the same name share a state border are Sabine County, Texas and Sabine Parish, Louisiana, Bristol County, Massachusetts and Bristol County, Rhode Island, Kent County, Maryland and Kent County, Delaware, and Union County, Arkansas and Union Parish, Louisiana respectively.
The only other instances in which two neighboring counties with the same name share a state border are Sabine County, Texas and Sabine Parish, Louisiana, Bristol County, Massachusetts and Bristol County, Rhode Island, Union County, Arkansas and Union Parish, Louisiana, and Escambia County, Alabama and Escambia County, Florida respectively.
The only other instances in which two neighboring counties with the same name share a state border are Sabine County, Texas and Sabine Parish, Louisiana, Union Parish, Louisiana and Union County, Arkansas, Kent County, Maryland and Kent County, Delaware, and Escambia County, Alabama and Escambia County, Florida.
Oklahoma County is one of seven counties in the United States to share the same name as a state ( the other six counties are Arkansas County, Arkansas, Hawaii County, Hawaii, Idaho County, Idaho, Iowa County, Iowa, New York County, New York and Utah County, Utah ).
The Osage name for this fork of the Arkansas River was Nescatunga ( big salt water ), what European-Americans later called the Salt Fork.
The university changed its name in 1899 to the University of Arkansas.
The city of Searcy, Arkansas, some seventy miles away, shares the name despite having never been part of Searcy County.
In the early 20th century, Rosboro, Arkansas was the headquarters of one of the states most productive lumber mills, and received its name from Thomas Whitaker Rosborough, owner of the lumber company.

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