JOHN BRUMMETT: Great country ... or not?

Subscriber onlyIt's a great country where white and black people sit in a movie theater on a Saturday night and behold silently together Spike Lee's uncomfortable new film. Continue reading...

MIKE MASTERSON: What about vets?

Subscriber onlyI regularly receive messages from across Arkansas dealing with every imaginable circumstance. There are many Arkansans with legitimate issues and injustices to keep assertive reporters and columnists at their keyboards day and night. Continue reading...

Others say All the president's NDAs

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Stunned, indeed

Colorado baker back in the news

Subscriber onlyMaybe we should give Gentle Reader a refresher, or at least a brief summation. For there are still too many myths hovering around the "Colorado baker case." Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyFreedom of the press Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Experiencing static

Radio plan uncomfortable for small towns

Subscriber onlyHave you ever had a feeling you were getting left behind? Continue reading...

ART HOBSON: Getting to know U

Understanding the science behind nuclear bomb news

Subscriber onlyWhether one considers the Iran nuclear deal, North Korea's H-bomb, Russia's arsenal or America's military establishment, it's clear we all need to know something about nuclear weapons technology. Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

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NWA Letters to the Editor

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BRADLEY R. GITZ: Chicago's charnel house

Subscriber onlyOn Aug. 2, demonstrators shut down one of the most famous drives in America, Lake Shore Drive in Chicago. The march ended at one of the most famous ballparks in America, Wrigley Field. Continue reading...

The least we can do

Chee-buga, chee-buga, chee-buga

Subscriber onlyWord has it that the food in the United States military is pretty good these days. Continue reading...

Others say Rogue flight in Seattle

Subscriber onlyThe other day, Seattle residents were greeted by a bizarre sight in the skies over Puget Sound. A 76-seat Bombardier plane performed stunts, flew erratically and, at one point, attempted a barrel roll, leading some observers to believe they were being treated to an impromptu air show. Continue reading...

For love of reason

Free market applies to ideas too

Subscriber onlyFar be it from me to divide humankind in two, but were I inclined, I'd divide it into those who love reason and those who are indifferent if not outright hostile to it. Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyDesecrating the flag Continue reading...

GREG HARTON: Collusion for casinos?

Indian tribes, others have a plan for your money

Subscriber onlyThe Quapaw and Cherokee tribes in Oklahoma are becoming to Arkansas what the Russians are to U.S. elections. Continue reading...

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