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I have been pretty honest and clear about my refusal to sing Kumbaya with the other side on policy. But I’m not willing to demonize people with whom I disagree in areas where politics and policy, … more
I must confess that I haven’t attended a symphony orchestra performance since a long-ago elementary school field trip. (Perhaps memory fails me, but I could swear we rowdy youngsters heard … more
Like much of 2020, this holiday season will look different, but for one group of individuals, not much has changed. Thieves who prey on vulnerable Americans seek an opening to strike. The holiday … more
On Thursday, the Advisory Committee of the Federal Drug Administration said “yes” to the emergency use authorization of the first Coronavirus vaccine in the United States, and today I’d like to … more
LITTLE ROCK – One of the most important duties for legislators is to set spending levels for state agencies. The level of state government spending determines how much of a surplus is left at … more
The FDA endorsed the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine this morning. The vaccine is on track to be granted emergency authorization for administration, potentially as early as next week. This is great … more
Good grief. It surprised me how sad I was that “A Charlie Brown Christmas” would no longer air on broadcast television. I felt like I’d lost a chunk of my childhood. In October, Apple TV+ … more
I collect my hate mail. Not because it makes me angry or because I want to obsess over it. It’s just so interesting and I want to understand it. I receive a lot of emails in response to columns, … more
We all know Santa Claus as a “right jolly old elf,” but the man carries a well-stocked bag of regrets. He recently sat down with me to list some of the ways he wished his life had gone … more
Joe Biden was briefly infamous for telling coal miners they should “learn to code” after Obama administration global warming punishment rendered them jobless. What he didn’t tell the miners was … more
It’s nice to get good news for a change. On Monday, two more swing states certified Joe Biden’s solid victory. And in Washington, MAGA doctor Scott Atlas quit his job. In the spirit of a … more
The state of California has felt like a minimum-security prison for eight months. In the name of fighting the pandemic and preventing our hospitals from being overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients, the … more
We all know Santa Claus as a “right jolly old elf,” but the man carries a well-stocked bag of regrets. He recently sat down with me to list some of the ways he wished his life had gone … more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas college students who receive lottery scholarships had until the first of October to document successful completion of summer coursework, in order to maintain their … more
Today I’d like to talk about the Natural State’s spirit of giving, which I’ve witnessed consistently through the years. When a friend or neighbor is in need, Arkansans show up in a hurry with … more
The holiday season is officially upon us. This year, however, it feels uniquely different as we remain in the midst of a deadly pandemic that is showing no sign of slowing down. Despite that reality, … more
I’m so pleased to let you know that on December 3, my Republican colleagues in the House of Representatives selected me as the next Ranking Member of the Committee on Natural Resources. All my … more
I hope you had a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving holiday. This time of year brings family and loved ones together, and while that likely looked a little different for each of us, there is still much … more
In spring 2020, we heard terrible stories of overburdened hospitals leading to preventable deaths in Italy. Soon after, these stories started to hit closer to home—New York City. Now, as  … more
The holiday season is officially upon us. This year, however, it feels uniquely different as we remain in the midst of a deadly pandemic that is showing no sign of slowing down. Despite that reality, … more
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