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Facebook has a feature called Memories, which culls from old posts and allows you to see what was of interest on any given date over the years that you’ve been on the platform. It’s an … more
The national debt broke the $32 trillion barrier this week. It’s a number so huge it’s incomprehensible to the average citizen. We knew $32 trillion was coming. It just got here a lot … more
This week marked one year since the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The ruling rectified its mistaken 1973 decision by reversing Roe v. Wade … more
In Arkansas, an estimated 58,000 Arkansans aged 65 and older were living with Alzheimer’s in 2020. This number is expected to climb to 67,000 by 2025. Nationwide, more than 6 million Americans … more
Barack Obama told a good joke the other day. He said he thought that the level of disinformation and misinformation online has gotten so dangerously high in the U.S. that we need to develop … more
New medical school graduates will begin their training as doctors in the coming days at hospitals in Arkansas and across the country. The residency program provides novice physicians the opportunity … more
LITTLE ROCK –The secretary of Human Services told lawmakers that the Arkansas Medicaid program would continue to reimburse assisted living facilities at the higher rate they were getting during … more
Maybe it’s a good thing that my teenage dream of becoming a TV programmer never materialized. Analysts have regarded the over-the-air free TV networks as dinosaurs for years, but now even the … more
Give Donald Trump credit for one thing: The man knows how to make lemonade. Each time new charges are leveled against the former president, cash registers ring at the Trump Save America Joint … more
Modern dads are portrayed as fools in television sitcoms and commercials. Lucky for me, they are the polar opposite of the loving, strong and decisive father who raised me. Over the years, as I … more
As if his political career wasn’t perverse and horrid enough, Donald Trump now hold the distinction of being the first former president in U.S. history to face federal criminal charges Trump … more
The Democrats and the liberal media were back in Trump Heaven this week. When Donald Trump was indicted on 37 charges related to the mishandling of classified documents, they couldn’t contain … more
For far too long, the executive branch has abused its regulatory power to advance its political agenda. In his first year as president, Biden finalized regulations adding over $200 billion in new … more
June is recognized as Great Outdoors Month. First celebrated as a week-long event in 1998, there is so much beauty in our backyard it deserved an entire month. As Arkansans, we are well acquainted … more
If you or someone you know is heading to college this fall, we want to remind you of an important deadline. July 1 is the last day to apply for the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship. Since … more
We recently commemorated the 79th anniversary of D-Day and honored the bravery and courage of the Allied troops who helped bring an end to World War II. While nearly 350,000 American women enlisted … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Human Services Department has officially petitioned the federal government for authority to make changes in the Medicaid expansion program. The program is known as … more
Oil money, oil money. When you have as much of it as Saudi Arabia has, it can buy a lot of things – including a sacred American sports institution like the PGA. As all of us hackers … more
It’s difficult to wrap my mind around it, but this will be my 20th Father’s Day as a father. All of those third Sundays in June have blurred together, but I certainly have warm … more
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