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Sitting in my home office I am greeted by a cool breeze coming through my open window and the sweet sounds of summer outside.It’s late June, which used to be peak bike-hiking season for kids … more
You’ve probably seen the screaming headlines about a Gallup survey revealing that Americans’ belief in God has hit an all-time low.I’m not here to quibble with the atheists, … more
While Americans prepare to gather for Independence Day on July 4, there is a silent crisis that threatens the quality of life for every American.Since the start of COVID-19, increasing attention has … more
As the Congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U. S. Capitol heads into its final public hearings phase, early indications are that – despite compelling testimony … more
watched one of my favorite movies the other night, “Quo Vadis.”Despite the cheesy costumes and over the top acting, it has important historical value, in that it describes a critical but … more
My dad isn’t doing so well.His wife of 65 years and six kids could be doing better, too.He’ll be 89 in July and his body is showing its age.His legs don’t work so well due to … more
“Did you know that your rear passenger tire is a little underinflated?”I harbor a grudging appreciation for a potentially life-saving hint like that.I mean, it makes me feel like an idiot … more
A few days ago, my wife and I joined some friends for a gathering during a few rare hours when we weren’t busy hauling a teenager to some kind of expensive activity or hosting an entire herd of … more
I’ve been honored to serve on the Senate and House Veterans’ Affairs Committees to help craft policies fulfilling the promise we made to men and women who served in our nation’s … more
I signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Israel Innovation Authority this week, and today I’d like to talk about what this means to Arkansas.On Tuesday, my economic development team … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas School Safety Commission has been set up again to update measures to protect students while they are in school.The governor issued an executive order to reinstate the … more
Why is it that whenever we dig into the details of a mass shooting we wind up finding nothing but screw ups?Police, schools, mental health officials, parents – they’ve all messed up in … more
They’re fire-bombing pro-life pregnancy clinics. They’re defacing churches. They’re disrupting pro-life marches with threats of violence. And this is their reasoning: “If … more
Our country was horrified by the evil acts perpetrated in Uvalde, TX, that stole the lives of 19 children and two adults. Americans are rightfully asking the question, “what can we do to ensure … more
As I sit here in my uneasy chair, I can hear the screams and guffaws of what sound like about 500 teenagers in my backyard swimming pool for my middle daughter’s high school graduation party, … more
The American flag has featured 50 stars since 1959, when Alaska and Hawaii joined the Union. That means over six decades have passed since the United States last expanded, which was well after … more
Hundreds of high school students explored the halls of the Arkansas Capitol last week during the annual exercise in government known as Girls State and Boys State.The week-long programs, which are … more
LITTLE ROCK — The economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic was especially hard for child care centers, so the Arkansas Department of Human Services is administering about $286 million to help … more
The only worry I had was that Old Man Miller might be hiding out behind the shed trying to catch us running through his garden when we played “Tag” in our back yards.If you grew up in the … more
Did you get your copy of “Queen Elizabeth II: Reign in Pictures” in time for Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee ceremonies?As a bookazine fanatic, I certainly did.Beg pardon? … more
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