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Donald Trump is trying to win the election with every court challenge and tweet he can muster, but he doesn’t really care how many votes he and Joe Biden wind up getting. That’s because the … more
If anyone out there still thinks voting is a waste of time, I can quash that canard with two words: Vivek Murthy. Rather than focusing on the demagogic loser’s pathetic attempts to bandage his … more
Our politicians and leaders still don’t get it. They don’t seem to understand – or care – that China has already declared World War III. The Communist Party thugs who rule China with a … more
Arkansas is blessed with a wonderful landscape and incredible wildlife that people from all across the country come to our state to enjoy. Preserving and protecting our environment is vital to … more
LITTLE ROCK — This is National Apprenticeship Week, and today I’d like to discuss the progress we’ve made in expanding registered apprenticeship programs throughout Arkansas. Historically, … more
It's been a blessing to finally see some fall weather in Arkansas, especially before I head up to D.C. for legislative business. The past few weeks, I've been keeping busy with work in Arkansas while … more
Cordera Jackson, 33, of Lake Village, was shot and later died Thursday. The incident began as a domestic disturbance that occurred at 2217 Roosevelt Street in Eudora. Eudora police officers … more
It’s calm as I write this the day before the 2020 general election. I hope and pray that the outcome, whatever it may be, is accepted calmly – though I worry it may not be. Americans’ … more
Those of us who assumed Election Day would mark a merciful end to the torrent of emails asking for money, obviously don’t understand the new normal in politics. On Nov. 5 the Trump campaign … more
It’s crazy political times like these that I long for how quickly, simply and peacefully the 1980 presidential election ended. That was the year President Jimmy Carter called my father at 5 in … more
Sure, we didn’t know who won right away, or the next day, or the day after that, but we still learned quite a bit from the election. Among other things, I learned that “pollster” should no … more
“And if a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand.” – Mark 3:25 There is an important question for the people of the United States to ask following a bloody presidential … more
On Veterans Day, we pause to honor the selfless sacrifice of the men and women who wore our nation’s uniform and renew our obligation to care for these brave individuals. They’ve given their best … more
LITTLE ROCK — November is National Adoption Month in Arkansas, and November 21st is National Adoption Day. Today I’d like to share the story of an amazing employee of the Division of Children and … more
The greatest privilege we enjoy as Americans is our freedom. It is fought for and earned by our nation’s veterans, and for that, we owe each of our servicemen and women our thanks. Without their … more
LITTLE ROCK — The state is helping people who have trouble paying their rent because of the coronavirus pandemic. People affected by the pandemic are eligible for help if their household income … more
Listen before you speak. My mother Jane Wyman taught me that sensible lesson a long, long time ago. And based on his fine performance at the second presidential debate on Thursday night, it … more
Did you realize that commercial radio got its start on November 2, 1920 when legendary KDKA in Pittsburgh broadcast the results of the Harding-Cox presidential race? Almost overnight, radio … more
Halloween is a huge letdown this year. I love modern Halloween traditions. I love the sweet smell of autumn, the chilly air and the camaraderie of friends around a roaring campfire. I love … more
In a normal universe, the baseless and appalling QAnon conspiracy theory would be the plot to the worst action thriller you’ve ever seen. If you don’t know by now, QAnon adherents subscribe to … more
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