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We’re living in gray times, bobbing in a sea of information where there is no longer much black or white. We have access to more content than ever — plus raging uncertainty about how much … more
Imagine being so crazed with racial hatred that you’re willing to drive four hours to a different city just to murder innocent people that look a little different than you.Well, the suspected … more
The grisly discovery of human remains at the bottom of Lake Mead is a grim reminder of the Southwest’s growing drought crisis.In early May, a family on a boating outing in Lake Mead National … more
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi recently announced the extension of remote voting through June 28th due to risks of COVID-19 as a “public health emergency.” The proxy voting system has … more
As a senior member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, I’ve been blessed to play an active role in updating Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) policies including expanding access … more
If you’re not convinced that every vote counts, consider the race for one of the U.S. Senate seats in Pennsylvania. At last count, the difference in the totals was 31.2 percent to 31.1 percent … more
LITTLE ROCK – Two strengths of Arkansas manufacturing are in the aviation and defense industries.Both sectors will become even stronger, thanks to a commitment recently announced by Lockheed … more
After all these years, my dad inspires me still.As I write this, the almost 89-year-old fellow is fighting to get back onto his feet as stenosis, bad knees and general old age are wearing him … more
“I can’t HEEAARR you!” – Sgt. Vincent Carter on “Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.”You may recall that – in October of 2019 – I wrote a column denouncing the … more
I was always a big fan of mythology. My particular favorite is Athena, also known as Minerva, goddess of wisdom. She is said to have sprung fully formed from her father Zeus’ head, which was … more
Even if you’ve only been casually following the fiery debate over abortion rights in the days since a leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion eviscerating Roe v. Wade became public, you are … more
That’s the big news story of the week.In the richest country in the world, new mothers are not able to find baby formula or are having to stand in line for hours to get it.That problem is at … more
President Biden said last month that he was doing “everything in [his] power” to bring down gas prices, while simultaneously blaming Vladimir Putin for the problem and taking no … more
On behalf of all Arkansans, I’m honored to mark National Police Week and Peace Officers Memorial Day by paying tribute to our law enforcement officers in The Natural State and across our … more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas is making a massive public investment to bring broadband access to every corner of the state.Last year the state hired a consultant firm, Broadband Development Group … more
I started my first business in the 5th grade when I convinced a neighbor to allow me to cut her grass with her electric lawn mower.That project ended in immediate failure.The mower was powered by a … more
Honest, I’m going to write a book chockful of random thoughts someday (my more serious book about religion is already available on Amazon), but deadline pressures keep forcing me to cannibalize … more
It all started with the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown in the spring of 2020, and it’s one of the few lingering effects of the experience that hasn’t tempted me to seek intense electroshock … more
In the hours after the bombshell leak of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion toppling Roe v. Wade, I awaited the torrent of Republican-authored press releases vowing to provide … more
Forget inflation, forget Ukraine, forget the crashing stock market.Thanks to a troublemaking leak by some jerk inside the U.S. Supreme Court, abortion is dominating the front pages of our media … more
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