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LITTLE ROCK – A six-month survey of Internet access in Arkansas has been completed, and state officials now have a more accurate roadmap of which regions need more investment in broadband … more
“But I’ll keep workin’/As long as my two hands are fit to use…” – Merle HaggardI haven’t run away and joined the circus, but I am nearing the age when a … more
A few years ago, someone started a campaign to make Elsa the first lesbian Disney princess. It didn’t get much traction at the time, just like the idea that Ernie and Bert were shacking up as … more
I’m guessing that the French presidential election isn’t high on your current list of interests. If not, I suggest you take a long look at the photos that feature Vladimir Putin communing … more
Forty years ago we had a soaring inflation rate, obscene gas prices and interest rates in the teens.Today, thanks to their incredible incompetence, bad policies and serial stupidity, the Democrats in … more
I recently led a group of Western Caucus Congressmen on a tour of Arkansas’ Fourth District to show my colleagues the unique relationship the Natural State has with our natural resources and … more
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Buffalo National River’s designation as our country’s first national river. Enjoying wildlife and the outdoors is a way of life for residents … more
This week, I declared Washington County a disaster area in the wake of an EF3 tornado that damaged more than 350 homes and businesses and demolished the gym at George Elementary in Springdale.The … more
LITTLE ROCK – At their first meeting scheduled after Easter, lawmakers will hear an update on new rules and new funding that will eliminate a waiting list for services for people with … more
Where did all the nurses go?One of my family members ended up in the ER for a week after a bad fall.The hospital we chose and its staff were wonderful in every way, but this time, one important thing … more
If you could be the proverbial “fly on the wall,” what Biblical event would you most like to witness?I realize some of you don’t accept the Bible in the first place. But if you do … more
According to Livestrong.com, there are nearly 5 million young people participating in gymnastics in the United States, and although only a handful ever make it to Olympic competition, their parents … more
Recently, a friend showed me a sobering graphic depicting the gender disparity in suicide rates between men and women. While females tend to attempt suicide more often than men (and experience … more
For at least a decade, American progressives have been waging war on the nation’s energy sector. They’re all in on wind and solar and are using scare tactics, tax breaks, and government … more
The situation at our southern border continues to worsen as Spring brings about a predicable spike in illegal border crossings and encounters. In addition to the expected seasonal spike, President … more
Arkansans are unfortunately familiar with the devastating impacts of tornadoes. I’ve seen the damage left in their powerful wake and talked with homeowners, businesses and local leaders about … more
Today, I would like to talk about the national increase in violent crime, and what we are doing to combat that here in Arkansas.Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world felt like it … more
LITTLE ROCK — Average teacher salaries in Arkansas ranked 47th in the nation in 2020, down from 46th in 2019 and 44th in 2018.Legislators on the Senate and House Education Committees heard a … more
LITTLE ROCK – Every spring, Arkansas and other southern states are hit by heavy rains and severe weather. While many Arkansans want to help their neighbors clean up after a storm, con artists … more
In the 21st century, most of the systems and operations we depend on for everything from personal financial activity to the community-wide distribution of information and resources is built within … more
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