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Today I’d like to talk about a proposed federal rule dealing with construction contracts and my efforts to lead the 17 other governors who oppose this executive order.Earlier this year, … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Senate and House Committees on Education are scheduled to vote on next year’s adequacy report at their meeting in early October.The committees went over a draft of the … more
How much does President Biden dislike America? Let us count the ways.Last week, our phony uniter-in-chief called about half of the country – Republicans and all red-hatted supporters of Donald … more
When does a 500th anniversary require an asterisk?If you’re a fan of trivia and myth-busting, you’ve doubtless heard umpteen repetitions of “George Washington didn’t really … more
I always look forward to August recess when I am able to spend time traveling across the Fourth District visiting with constituents and local officials to hear directly from them about the challenges … more
Classrooms across the state are full of eager students ready to learn. Many Arkansas school kids are better prepared to learn as a result of a bipartisan law approved months ago helping ensure … more
Today, I’d like to talk about the celebration of Labor Day and the importance of our workforce.Barbeques, pool parties, and parades are a common occurrence when Americans today celebrate Labor … more
LITTLE ROCK – At first glance, arts and technology would appear to be opposites in how they are taught and how they affect economic development.However, a bipartisan group of legislators has … more
On Labor Day we honor the achievements of America’s workers, and in 2022 we have a historic victory to celebrate. Our nation’s working people have come all the way back from the depths of … more
One must be hooked on the NFL (check), entranced by football wagering (check), and champing at the bit for the season to begin (check) to join a fantasy draft that can take as long as two months to … more
Believe it or not, August 31 is the 25th anniversary of the traffic accident that robbed the world of the effervescent Diana, Princess of Wales.Diana was a distant, distant cousin (my great-great … more
Has the right’s electoral gamble on abortion failed? With the midterms a little less than three months away, there’s some reason for encouragement.The results of a recount in Kansas this … more
In their initial reaction to the FBI execution of a search warrant at former president Donald Trump’s Florida estate, Democrats were ecstatic, believing it was a long awaited first step by the … more
The Democrats in Washington are doing another one of their zillion-dollar smash-and-grabs.This time, it’s Joe Biden’s scheme to forgive $10,000 in student debt for about 43 million … more
President Joe Biden issued an Executive Order this week to transfer $500 billion of student loan debt onto the American taxpayers over the next ten years and extended the freeze on student debt … more
Many federal agencies continue to fight backlogs as they dig out from pandemic shutdowns and two years of limited staffing.Having agencies like the Social Security Administration open in person again … more
Today I’d like to talk about the steps we are taking to reduce violent crime in Arkansas.In 2017, there was a shooting at the Power Ultra Lounge in Little Rock. It was a senseless, violent … more
LITTLE ROCK – A shooting spree occurred in Little Rock over the weekend of August 13 and 14. Three people were killed and four people were wounded.In the most recent tally, there were 18 … more
This past Friday marks the one-year anniversary of President Biden’s incompetent withdrawal from Afghanistan. We watched this week as the Taliban took a victory lap in Kabul, celebrating its … more
operations. It’s improving efficiency and safety for us all and I’m championing efforts to build on this momentum.The agricultural industry is also expanding its use of this innovative … more
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