JOHN BRUMMETT: A game of musical chairs

Subscriber onlyLet's do the math and ponder a rather modest national settlement relocation program. Continue reading...

MIKE MASTERSON: Meaningful change

Beyond headlines

Subscriber onlyThe headline topping a small story in the back of a recent paper surely was intriguing enough to attract lots of readers. "Arkansas man steals six beers, tries to give back four." Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyNeeding moral growth Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Eyes on the road

Vehicle-tracking program hasn’t proven its worth

Subscriber onlyIt's 2016, and don't doubt for a second whether Big Brother is watching. Continue reading...

Others say: Europe's populists not going away anytime soon

Subscriber onlyEurope's revolt against politics as usual is anything but contained. Governments across the European Union were just beginning to celebrate the defeat of Austria's hard-right Freedom Party in Sunday's presidential election when the news arrived from Italy: Prime Minister Matteo Renzi will resign after his crushing defeat in the referendum on constitutional reform. Continue reading...

Lowell Grisham: Post-election conversations

Many are asking: Where do we go from here?

Subscriber onlySo many people have initiated conversations with me since the election. Pastors are listeners. A safe ear. Several have spoken about how traumatized they feel. Continue reading...

The big threat on campus isn't political correctness

Subscriber onlyRobert P. George and Cornel West, both professors at Princeton, are a political odd couple. George is outspokenly conservative while West has been co-chair of the Democratic Socialists of America. One measure of the political distance between the two of them is that George refused to support Donald Trump's presidential campaign because of doubts about his conservatism and character, while West dissented from Hillary Clinton's campaign from the left. Continue reading...

BRADLEY R. GITZ: The commanding heights

Subscriber onlyThe political polarization of America has never been more evident than in the weeks since Nov. 8; amid the respective jubilation and despair, it seems that conservatives and liberals inhabit the same country only in a purely geographical sense. Continue reading...

Hillaryanna

Don’t cry for her, America

Subscriber only"What do I tell my daughters?" asked a feature story in Fortune after the stage had been all set for the historic occasion. The champagne had been chilled, the caviar all set to serve, the ice cream-and-cake was already waiting in the fridge ready to be cut and served. And then ... . dawn broke and with it little girls' hearts from coast to coast. "I was supposed to wake her up around midnight with happy tears and champagne," recalled one prematurely jubilant mom and then . . . along came Donald Trump, the grinch who stole everyone's presidential election. Continue reading...

The big cheese

Wisconsin shows the way

Subscriber only"Well, people like that ree-form. Maybe we should get us some." Continue reading...

Good PR, and that’s it

Subscriber onlyDonald Trump and Mike Pence pulled off a great little coup last week by persuading Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in Indianapolis after the company had announced it was moving 1,700 jobs to Mexico. It was a political and public relations triumph: Trump said he’d bring back manufacturing, he’s saving 1,000 jobs and he’s not even president yet. Continue reading...

Political win-win

Medicare buy-in a good solution

Subscriber onlyThe end of the individual health-care insurance mandate is in the cross-hairs of the new administration and Congress. Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyMake sales equitable Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Subscriber onlyElectronic machines cast shadow over U.S. voting Continue reading...

Greg Harton: The flim-flam factor

Trump tweets less important than his governance

Subscriber onlyDid Donald Trump have a extramarital affair with Vladimir Putin? Continue reading...

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