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When Joe Biden picked Kamala Harris as his running mate back a couple of months ago, it was historic. Third woman, first “woman of color” as we keep being reminded, first “child born of … more
This week, the Senate Judiciary Committee convened to hear testimony from Judge Amy Coney Barrett as part of her formal nomination process to the United States Supreme Court. Judge Barrett is a … more
LITTLE ROCK – Monday is the first day for early voting, and today I’d like to talk about what will be on the ballot. At the top of the ballot, of course, are the names of those running for … more
The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to those “who shall have done the most, or the best work, for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and … more
LITTLE ROCK — The legislature has begun budget hearings, in preparation for the regular session that begins in January. Setting spending levels for state agencies is the most time-consuming duty … more
Maybe you remember this Trump gem from 2016: “I think (Hillary) was out there with classified information. She was giving it to anybody. And the FBI did nothing about it…The top people were scum, … more
Ever since FCC chief Newton Minow famously branded it a “vast wasteland” six decades ago, television has tried to polish its image. One way was with probing documentaries, pioneered by … more
The Kamala Harris-Mike Pence death match will go down in history as another forgettable vice presidential debate, but it had its pluses. It showed us two important things we already knew. It … more
Q: Congratulations, Mr. Fly. You won the vice presidential debate Thursday night. You are America’s Insect. How do you feel today? A: Just like the president, I feel great. I felt it was my … more
If you’re looking for a high road in political advertising, you’ll find it somewhere between the South Pole and Hades. Short of photoshopping devil horns on your opponent, anything goes. There … more
My electronic key fob is putting more mileage on ME than on the car. For the past several months, I have tried to build up the nerve to do a thorough search of the contents of my trunk. I am … more
The courageous tradition of public safety is carried out by Arkansans who are dedicated to maintaining law and order. It takes a special person to put his or her life on the line every day to serve … more
LITTLE ROCK — In October, we are bringing attention to the challenge of drug addiction, and today I’d like to highlight some efforts to slow it. We are making progress in reducing the number … more
I got into my truck this week and drove around the Fourth District for my annual agriculture tour. This is one of my favorite weeks each year, and the 2020 tour did not disappoint. Farmers and … more
LITTLE ROCK — In this year’s election, Arkansas voters will determine the outcome of three proposed amendments to the state Constitution. If approved by voters, Issue One would make permanent … more
Dear Editor Do you or does someone you know have a child under age 5 living in Newton County? If so, they are eligible for enrollment in the Newton County Imagination Library! Today is a great day … more
LITTLE ROCK — Governor Asa Hutchinson has proclaimed October as Arkansas Farm to School Month. This recognition is part of nationwide efforts to connect schools, early childhood education sites, … more
President Trump was his own worst enemy at Tuesday night’s big debate. As we’ve said here a dozen times, he still hasn’t learned when to shut up. He stepped on his own message dozens of … more
I’ve got good news for conservatives and independents who watched last Tuesday’s first presidential debate. If you had ‘Witness a Train Wreck’ on your bucket list, feel free to check that one … more
When life serves you lemons, you make lemonade. That’s the thinking of no small number of bold Americans who are starting new businesses amid COVID-19’s disruption. According to … more
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