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Recent and expected Supreme Court rulings regarding the authority of federal regulators have put the regulatory bureaucracy in the spotlight. Too many of them have the power to make or break … more
I realize such headgear has fallen out of style in our self-esteem-obsessed culture, but maybe I should belatedly don a dunce cap. You see, one of my first columns (nearly 25 years ago) was a snarky … more
President Woodrow Wilson signed into law legislation creating the National Park Service to support the conservation and preservation of lands for the enjoyment of future generations on August 25, … more
The Senate recently advanced critical legislation to support our nation’s defense and ensure U.S. servicemembers have the tools to combat evolving threats from our adversaries. Whether bravely … more
"Del Rio, Texas, is sweltering this time of year. On my recent trip to visit the Arkansas National Guardsmen stationed there, temperatures routinely exceeded 100 degrees by mid-morning. "And yet they … more
Arkansans are no strangers to the summer heat, especially in southern Arkansas, where high humidity levels and heat index values of 105+ have become the norm this summer. Trying to beat the summer … more
Opportunities for young Arkansans to learn more about government through first-hand experience and serve their communities are plentiful and worthwhile. Public service and civic engagement are incredibly important, which is why my staff and I provide multiple avenues for high school, college and graduate students to grow personally and professionally. more
In the 4th District, we are fortunate to have numerous small and medium-sized airfields that serve Arkansans and visitors from across the country, and we are home to a robust agricultural aviation … more
LITTLE ROCK – Most of the bills that were approved by the legislature earlier this year became law on August 1. Among the most important measures taking effect is the LEARNS Act, which raises … more
The issue of men and mental health often remains a silent crisis in our society. The reasons for this vary, though many experts attribute it to the growing number of pressures placed on men in … more
If I could somehow call my father in the Great Beyond, I’d confess that I’m turning into him. I always felt sorry for Dad because inertia took control, and he continued paying a monthly … more
Last week a whistleblower testified before Congress, alleging that federal officials have concealed evidence of unidentified flying objects from the public for decades. I’m not sure why … more
Opportunities for young Arkansans to learn more about government through first-hand experience and serve their communities are plentiful and worthwhile. Public service and civic engagement are … more
As summer winds down and the excitement of a new school year builds, families across the state are planning for the added expense of back-to-school shopping. This year, consumers are expected to … more
One year ago, Congress passed, and the president signed into law, landmark legislation to deliver care to veterans and survivors living with toxic wounds of war. The Sergeant First Class Heath … more
A few years ago, I met a young lady named Sara Kruzan, who shared her story as a child sex trafficking victim. At only 11 years old, Sara was groomed for a life of sex slavery by a man she trusted. … more
There’s a certain charm and nostalgia related to farmers markets in rural communities. The tradition of farmers, gardeners, artisans, and bakers bringing their wares to town to sell at the … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Highway has held four events around the state to commemorate the 31 projects paid for with a half-cent sales tax approved by voters 10 years ago. In 2012 Arkansas … more
Here we go again. The first Republican presidential primary debate is less than a month away and the GOP is hell-bent on making the same mistake it made in 2015. For its first primary debate back … more
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