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Goodbye, Ukraine.That poor, corrupt and undemocratic Eastern European country is in the process of being beaten into submission and conquered by Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.It should surprise no … more
This week, Vladimir Putin began his unprovoked campaign to take over Ukraine. After a series of false flag operations and disinformation, President Putin unilaterally announced the Ukrainian … more
Arkansans are being stretched thin. We’re experiencing record high inflation that’s forcing us to alter our budgets and future plans. More and more Natural State residents are reaching … more
Ever since I took office in 2015, my goal has been to make Arkansas first.From the very first coding tour, I have pushed Arkansas to lead the nation on computer science. Legislators who share my … more
LITTLE ROCK – The legislature approved a package of bills that allow greater oversight of two major health insurance plans that cover public school teachers and state employees.The new laws … more
Though the 2021 tax season is upon us, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) still has a massive backlog of 8 million unprocessed, individual tax returns dating back to Tax Year 2019, which amassed … more
There is no doubt COVID-19 has presented a wide variety of challenges for us all and changed the way we interact with people, businesses and government. Unfortunately, Arkansans are currently … more
According to a Newton County Times report, Johnny Morris, founder and CEO of Bass Pro Shops who has acquired the former Dogpatch theme park, plans to create a Marble Falls Nature Park. The aim will … more
LITTLE ROCK – The legislature completed the first week of the 2022 fiscal session, approving budgets for numerous state agencies and advancing reforms of public health insurance systems.For … more
February is Black History Month, and today I’d like to pay tribute to some of the Arkansans who have made a real difference in our state and nation.More than 160 Arkansans have been inducted … more
A quarter of a million dollars.That’s the amount that I’ve paid in FICA payroll taxes during my working career, according to my recent Social Security statement.FICA, which stands for … more
Nine years ago this month Netflix changed how we watch television. The streaming service released an entire season of its political drama “House of Cards” at once, enabling viewers to … more
Even in the wake of the Super Bowl, the one story that won’t go away involves Michael Flores, Roger Goodell, and the NFL drama that’s been ensuing over the past week.Even President Biden … more
Yes, receipts do seem to breed like rabbits in my poor overstuffed-with-credit-cards-and-gift-cards-and-loyalty-cards-and-hastily-scribbled-notes wallet.But that’s my personal problem to sort … more
From time to time, I attempt to make this column more interactive – soliciting reader comments on burning questions such as “Which songs make you cry?,” “What was your … more
The Washington Football Team claims to have received 40,000 suggestions, and the best the former Redskins could settle on for a new name is “Commanders.”“Our task was less of a … more
It’s possibly the only scandal we are allowed to discuss.In 2015 the peaceful and tiny world of competitive curling was rocked by a broom kerfuffle that sent the ancient sport reeling.Curling … more
At this point in our sick national saga, is there any law that Trump hasn’t broken?A federal statute on the books – Title 18, Section 2071 of the U.S. Code – spells out the … more
In the early 1980s, there was a movement by some on the right to target and ban books, music, films, magazines, and other forms of media they deemed “offensive” and … more
Drug addiction is an all too common problem in communities across America, and recently, the drug of choice for many is fentanyl. From big cities to small towns, illegal fentanyl – largely … more
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