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Nearly 99% of our nation’s farms and ranches and over 95% of our nation’s small businesses are owned and operated by individuals and families. Family-owned businesses and family farms … more
Crop insurance provides a safety net for farmers, protecting their operations from loss due to natural perils such as drought, frost, excess moisture, pest infestations, or disease. While essential … more
Our belated and weak response to the missile attacks on merchant ships in the Red Sea by Houthi militants has been embarrassing. But that’s what happens when there’s no strong leader in … more
Are truancy officers about to get help in fighting absenteeism? According to the New York Post, the Ohio legislature is considering a bipartisan pilot program that would make cash transfers to select … more
As a conservative father of four and a Christian, I hold deep convictions about the value of life. When I was elected to serve Arkansas’ Fourth Congressional District in Congress, I swore to … more
LITTLE ROCK — The freezing weather may have prevented citizens from appearing in person at three public hearings held by the Arkansas Broadband Office to gather input about plans to expand and … more
Let’s go way back to 1976. Gerald Ford was the sitting Republican president. Jimmy Carter of Georgia was going to beat him in the fall. And Ronald Reagan’s primary campaign to win the … more
Disclaimer: No pets die in this column (but they sometimes smell like they did). As I write, I’m trying to relax in my recliner on a cold winter’s day next to a roaring fire, yet my feet … more
Despite my best preventive measures, I have spent decades enduring the “stillgottas.” If you are unfamiliar with the medical terminology, it’s the … more
Get this: Gen Z job applicants are bringing their parents to job interviews, reports the New York Post. As it goes, for several decades America’s children have been over-coddled by their … more
I appreciate Arkansans sharing with me what issues are important to them and potential legislative solutions they support. Whether it’s over the phone, in-person meetings, letters or emails, … more
Law enforcement officers put their lives on the line each day they dress in their uniform and leave for work. We are grateful for the men and women who take that risk to protect and serve their … more
Across the country, lawmakers are gathering in their respective state capitols and Washington, D.C. to begin another year of debating and passing legislation. The democratic process is something … more
Since 2010, the United States has recognized January as National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, a designated observance designed to bring awareness to human trafficking and the victims impacted … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Senate Education Committee has begun its review of the adequacy and equity of Arkansas public school funding. Lawmakers conduct the thorough review every two years, with the … more
Talk Business & Politics published "Arkansas is Taking off," an op-ed by Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders reflecting on her one-year in office: 100 million. 800 new jobs. Dassault Falcon’s … more
I heard there was another Republican presidential debate this week. I didn’t watch it – I’ve suffered enough, thanks. I don’t care how few political masochists tuned in to CNN … more
Without much fanfare (okay, I did write and voice a radio commercial noting the milestone), I recently marked 25 years of my “day job” working for a farmers cooperative. I realize lots of … more
I forgot what it was like to experience a good old common cold. Prior to covid, you see, the cold-getting experience went like this: I’d wake with a stuffy nose and scratchy throat and my only … more
Following months of wrangling over strategy, direction and messaging, President Biden’s campaign brain trust has seemingly settled on a re-election theme – if former President Trump … more
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