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This year brought incredible challenges. COVID-19 protocols required many of us to change the way we live and work and that meant finding a way for my staff and I to continue deliver critical help … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Task Force to Advance the State of Law Enforcement in Arkansas submitted its report to me last week, and today I’d like to talk about some of the action items the members … more
LITTLE ROCK — A task force on law enforcement recommended that police officers get more training, more pay and more opportunities for advanced education. The Task Force to Advance the State of … more
Pastor Tony Spell is a man who takes his texts seriously. He believes in the plain truth of the Bible and the First Amendment. And that’s why Life Tabernacle Church in Baton Rouge, La. will be … more
Christmas in California has effectively been cancelled by Emperor Gavin Newsom. And now it looks like here in L.A. we’re going to be locked in our basements by the local yahoos in charge until … more
We got blanketed with 10 inches of snow last week and I loved it – because I love how snow slows us down and brings us to our senses. When it snows in Pittsburgh, people pour out into the … more
“Hello. I’m Grandpa.” For Christmas 50 years ago, my parents splurged and bought me a compact reel-to-reel tape recorder. My father had whetted my appetite with remarks that one could build … more
We are approaching the anniversary of the most horrific gun massacre in the history of the United States. This time of year, I’m overwhelmed with the memory of those little boys and girls who … more
Despite the grim economic news, the V-shaped economic recovery President Donald Trump has talked about may soon be a reality. The news that several novel coronavirus vaccines will soon be … more
Given the choice between respecting the wishes of the 3.45 million Pennsylvanians who cast their ballots for President-elect Joe Biden and assuaging the wounded ego of the sad little man in the White … more
Christmas in California has effectively been cancelled by Emperor Gavin Newsom. And now it looks like here in L.A. we’re going to be locked in our basements by the local yahoos in charge until … more
Now that we are well into the month of December, my three teenage daughters have provided me with their extensive Christmas lists – both electronic and hard copies – in triplicate. Full of the … more
This week in the House, we are running into the same problem we have seen the past several years: funding the government. It is no secret that I don't agree with how the House proceeds with this each … more
As the year draws to a close, I am pleased to inform you that my colleagues in the House of Representatives have chosen me to be the next Ranking Member of the House Natural Resources Committee for … more
LITTLE ROCK — The United States Supreme Court upheld an Arkansas law regulating pharmacy benefit managers, which negotiate agreements between health insurance companies and drug stores. When … more
LITTLE ROCK — Sherian Kwanisai stepped into Arkansas history this week as the first person in the state to be vaccinated for COVID-19, and today I’d like to talk about the significance of this in … more
Women have served in our nation’s uniform since the Revolutionary War. Today, this population is the fastest growing in the veteran community. We have a responsibility to ensure the Department of … more
The way my siblings and I responded to my family’s chicken-pox outbreak in 1973 may shed light on Americans’ responses to COVID-19 in 2020. I was about 10 and remember how differently my five … more
I suppose this is progress: On Sunday, Trump’s vaccine “czar,” Moncef Slaoui, endorsed President-elect Biden’s plan to ask all Americans to wear masks during his first 100 days. Slaoui’s … more
Despite the grim economic news, the V-shaped economic recovery President Donald Trump has talked about may soon be a reality. The news that several novel coronavirus vaccines will soon be … more
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