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An adjudicated rapist, who was recently held liable by a jury for physically invading a woman’s bodily autonomy, has now taken it upon himself to opine about how government can control … more
I don’t blame the public for not wanting to put the Republican Party back in power in Washington. As the GOP proved again in the House this week, it’s incapable of accomplishing anything … more
I’ve spent a lot of time on the couch. Not because I have therapy, but because I don’t have a bed. Where most children graduate from a little bed to a bigger one, I graduated to one of … more
Bathroom floor tiles that weigh you, analyze your gait and evaluate your fall risk. Bathroom mirrors that initiate telehealth conferences based on your complexion or facial tics. Toilet seats that … more
“Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” is on April 25th, and I think we should try something different this year: Let’s take our daughters and sons to grandma’s. The Take … more
LITTLE ROCK – The state Education Department has written new rules for troubled schools to enter “transformation contracts” with outside entities, such as charter school operators. … more
The General Assembly is now entering the third week of the 2024 Fiscal Session. This week, the House passed three resolutions to allow the introduction of non-appropriation bills during this session. … more
The opioid crisis has had a widespread and destructive impact on our state and entire country, which is why we’re working together to fight back. State and local leaders are investing in … more
Roughly six months after the brutal attacks by the Iranian-backed Hamas terrorists, the world watched as Iran launched its own direct and unprecedented attack on Israel. As our closest ally in the … more
LITTLE ROCK — The legislature convened the fiscal session and will spend the next month working on a $6.3 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. The legislature has always … more
Because I’m a professional practitioner of the pedagogical arts (known in some parts as fancy book learnin’), I’m privileged to enjoy a Spring Break holiday that usually falls … more
I’ve spent a lot of time on the couch. Not because I have therapy, but because I don’t have a bed. Where most children graduate from a little bed to a bigger one, I graduated to one of … more
During my career as a late-in-life columnist, I have been blessed with the opportunity to chronicle three birthdays ending in zero. (My so-called “good” cholesterol has not exactly … more
“It wasn’t my fault the car in front of me hit me. I glanced at my text message for only a second when our bumpers collided.” “How could the car in front of you hit … more
I've been on the road visiting with farmers, ranchers, foresters, rural community leaders and nutrition specialists since we began undertaking the daunting task of writing a new farm bill. At the … more
LITTLE ROCK – Parents can now apply to the state Education Division for Education Freedom Accounts for next year. The application period began the first day of April. This school year about … more
This week must have been especially rough for the people still living in the contaminated eastern Ohio town of East Palestine. On Tuesday, only hours after the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore … more
The welcome announcement arrived at dinnertime, and it was good for digestion. Top NBC executive Cesar Conde ate crow: “Ronna McDaniel will not be an NBC News contributor…I approved (the … more
I just finished “Democracy in America,” which is a book by a Frenchman named Alexis de Tocqueville on… well, it’s in the title. To write this book, Tocqueville and his friend … more
A recent Wall Street Journal article provided food for thought about the decibel levels in restaurants. According to the article, in 2023, audio data from the app SoundPrint found that 63 percent of … more
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