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Illicit fentanyl poisoning is now the leading cause of death for adults aged 18-49 – more than cancer, car accidents, and heart disease. Only a few milligrams of the drug, about the size of the … more
Urban areas make up only three percent of the entire land area of the country but are home to 80 percent of the U.S. population. The remaining 20 percent live in small rural communities that are … more
LITTLE ROCK — Thanks to a Senate bill that became law earlier this year, thousands of Arkansas students will qualify for free lunches at school. Act 656 of 2023 was approved by an overwhelming … more
“So, Dan – what are you doing tonight?” After 40-plus years, I can still hear one of my best friends from college asking that dreaded question. No matter how many homework … more
Seriously folks. Maybe we Republicans better stop banging on Old Joe Biden for the serious cognitive issues he obviously has. Unless we hold the players on our own team responsible for their … more
President Biden’s Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against SpaceX, the Elon Musk-founded company. In its 13-page complaint, the Justice Department alleges that SpaceX “discriminated … more
There’s a reason the name “Jimmy Buffett” elicits immediate joy in the hearts of millions: happiness contagion. A study conducted by Harvard University and the University of … more
Generations of Americans remember where they were on September 11th, 2001, a day our nation changed forever. I was driving to a meeting in Gurdon and listening to the radio when I heard the news that … more
The 94th General Assembly will convene for a special session on Monday, September 11 at 11 a.m. In the call for the session, the Governor outlines several proposals to be introduced including tax … more
Labor Day is more than just a day off work. It’s a day to celebrate the invaluable contributions of workers in our communities. In Arkansas, we have a good reason to celebrate. The most recent … more
Free and fair elections are fundamental to our system of government. Americans should be able to cast their ballot with complete confidence that their vote counts and that our elections are … more
In the annals of scandal, Aug. 29 was quite and eventful day. I’ll try to unpack the proceedings. The federal judge in the feds’ election subversion case decreed that the coup commander … more
As usual, there was too much cross-talk and chaos on stage. And there was way too much partisan cheering and hooting by the audience. But the first Republican presidential primary debate on Fox News … more
When America went to sleep on the night of Aug. 23 following the Republican presidential candidates’ debate, the Real Clear Politics polling averages put former president Donald Trump at 55 … more
When I was five years old and my father worked for a subdivision developer, the Tyree family was giddily comparing floorplans for constructing a new house on a wooded lot next to our crowded … more
Houses are getting smaller again — which is going to make many Americans happier. Americans faced with high mortgage rates and a shortage of affordable homes for sale are opting for new, … more
This is an exciting time of year filled with hope and promise as students begin a new school year. It’s also a season that brings people together to cheer on their favorite football team. There … more
LITTLE ROCK — Over the course of the upcoming year legislators will study all the various laws in Arkansas governing firearms, with the intent of simplifying them. The study was prompted by … more
There are a number of days in August that are important in military history and recognize the service and sacrifice of our heroes in uniform – from remembrances of V-J Day and recognition of … more
Access to reliable, affordable, high-speed internet continues to be a challenge in rural America, and its absence denies residents, industries, and small businesses a vital service. Without broadband … more
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