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If you’re the sort of person who sees no difference between the Israeli military defending its citizens and Hamas terrorizing civilians, you might want to pass on this column.This column is for … more
Dear eldest and most expensive daughter,Well, the time has finally come for you to graduate from high school, spread your wings and discover exciting, new ways to spend my cash in college.It seems … more
We opened Arkansas’s rental-assistance program this week, and today I’d like to talk about how we will help renters and landlords who are struggling to make ends meet during the … more
LITTLE ROCK — The state is now offering help to low-income families who have fallen behind on their rent because of financial problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.The Arkansas Rental Relief … more
Fast facts: Former USDA general counsel to discuss importance of tradeVaden now on US Court of International TradeRegister online at: https://bit.ly/3uXXvlm FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Sign up … more
Shortly after I turned 18 in December of 1979, I marched myself down to the local firehouse down the street in Llanerch, Pa. and registered as a Democrat. In those days, nothing was done online, and … more
In three decades in the news business, most of them spent covering government and politics, I’ve been to more than my share of press conferences.They’re part of the gig when you’re … more
The retired science teacher jumped up from his hiding spot in his garden and grabbed my arm before I could escape.It happened in the mid-1970s when I was playing a game we neighborhood kids invented … more
The Republican party has devolved into a motley mix of goose stepping fanatics like Marjorie Taylor Greene and sniveling cowards like Kevin McCarthy. But worst of all are the bloviating opportunists … more
Law enforcement professionals from local police forces to sheriff’s departments, state police and federal law enforcement agencies leave home each day not knowing what challenges they will … more
This is National Nurses Week in Arkansas, and today I’d like to talk about how the pandemic has highlighted the value of our nurses and about the laws the General Assembly passed this year that … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas legislature enacted several new pro-life laws during the 2021 regular session.One of the first bills approved was Act 309, which prohibits abortions except in cases … more
Decades ago my sister Maureen often used to call the Republican Party “The Stupid Party.” Today, the Party of Lincoln – the Party of Reagan – is again proving her … more
Kudos to Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney. Her House GOP leadership post hangs by a thread because she refuses to mouth Trump’s Big Lie about a stolen election, and Wednesday she boldly framed the … more
I have renewed respect for Keith Ellison. The former congressman and current Attorney General of Minnesota appeared on “60 Minutes” last week and said that he didn’t charge Derek … more
Misery loves company, but it’s cold comfort that many of you – like me – still haven’t filed your 2020 income tax returns. (And I’m aware others of you had already … more
Scientific American describes my mother to a T. An article titled “The Incredible Importance of Mothers,” by social scientist Melanie Tannenbaum, lays out the argument that a … more
If you have yet to hear the story of Sara Kruzan, this is your sign to look her up. Sara has a harrowing story with a bittersweet ending. She was groomed by her abuser to be trafficked at the tender … more
Last Wednesday, I traveled to Poinsett County for the dedication of the state’s newest water trail. Today I’d like to share a bit of the story behind the Sunken Lands Water Trail, which … more
LITTLE ROCK — The legislature referred three proposed constitutional amendments to Arkansas voters.In next year’s statewide general election in November, voters will decide whether or not … more
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