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As 2024 is approaching we would like to take this time to give Arkansans a look at what is ahead for the General Assembly. Pre-fiscal session budget hearings will begin Wednesday, March 6, 2024. Over … more
I hope you had a blessed Thanksgiving with family and friends. This great occasion marked the beginning of the holiday season. Rather than feeling a sense of cheer and looking forward to the … more
LITTLE ROCK — When the jackpot approaches a billion dollars a lot of people go out and buy lottery tickets, even though normally they hardly pay any attention to the lottery. Those occasions … more
Small Business Saturday is an important holiday tradition for local businesses and neighborhood retailers. This promotion encourages folks to invest in entrepreneurs in their communities by shopping … more
Recently, I was heading home from a local coffeehouse. Along the way, at one specific intersection, there were a few men in a pickup truck with a Confederate flag. Two men were sitting in the back of … more
The latest data suggests a drop in energy prices may have tamed the inflation monster. President Joe Biden certainly hopes so, since the marks he’s getting from the American people for his … more
If you listen to pollsters and politicians, or consume heavy doses of social media and cable-TV news, you might come away thinking the nation is in a collective bad mood. We’re said to be … more
I love pumpkin pie. It reminds me of so many happy family gatherings when, after clearing the Thanksgiving table, we’d enjoy pumpkin pie, coffee and deeply satisfying conversation well into the … more
Here in sunny Los Angeles, it’s raining. It’s too bad it didn’t rain real hard last Saturday. It might have helped firefighters put out the enormous fire under the 10 Freeway near … more
Ladies and gentleman, here is your United States Senate, then and now: Sen. Daniel Webster on March 7, 1850: “It is fortunate that there is a Senate of the United States (with) a just sense of … more
Well, that didn’t take as long as expected. In case you missed it, our federal government is now estimated to pay more than $1 trillion a year to service just the interest on our national debt … more
As the Arkansas state director of the National Federation of Independent Business, I’m thankful for the Natural State’s small businesses. I’m thankful for their drive and … more
As a leading state in poultry production, Arkansas plays a significant role in supplying the country with the signature dish of Thanksgiving – the turkey. According to the U.S. Department of … more
While the convenience of department stores and online shopping is undeniable, we’d like to take this time to encourage you to incorporate shopping locally this holiday season. Saturday, … more
As we gather around our tables this Thanksgiving, we encourage Arkansans to take a moment to acknowledge the unsung heroes of this holiday season—our farmers. Thanksgiving is a time to express … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas legislature has tried to apply lessons learned by other states when it enacted school safety laws over the past several years. The legislature also applied the best … more
One of my co-workers has an autumnal tradition of spending a week of quality time with her dog Alfie around his birthday. Some may find that eccentric, but even she is skeptical of a trend I saw … more
You know how sometimes when you’re going 70 mph and suddenly a stupid fly in the car starts bothering the hell out you? You know how it keeps buzzing around your head, landing on your … more
Finally, the press is doing some hard-hitting reporting about our upcoming presidential election. Some in the media are alleging that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis wears lifts in his boots. Naturally, … more
Former vice president Mike Pence was the first domino to fall, drawing increased focus and pressure on the remaining single-digit candidates for the Republican presidential nomination to confront the … more
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