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Subscriber only Radical feminists can’t handle others’ beliefs Continue reading...

MIKE MASTERSON: Let the water flow

Free Little Sugar

Subscriber onlyAfter months of contention and a lot of dollars spent by the city of Bentonville toward replacing the failed Lake Bella Vista dam, it now seems the legal part of this dispute has all but resolved itself. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: A public debt

Accountant’s greed goes unabated for years

Subscriber onlyTo most folks, it would be downright unnerving to steal $56,720 from an employer, even if it was spread out over the course of a year. Continue reading...

Art Hobson: Syrian attack hazy

Trump’s response to use of gas premature, uninformed

Subscriber onlyPresident Trump jumped prematurely to the conclusion that Bashar Assad's air force attacked the town of Khan Sheikhoun using nerve gas weapons. U.S. Reps. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, and Thomas Massie, R-Kentucky, as well as former United Nations weapons inspector Scott Ritter have raised serious doubts about this conclusion. Most importantly, a detailed assessment by weapons expert Theodore Postol, professor of science, technology and national security Policy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, concludes that sarin gas was indeed released but probably not by Assad's forces. Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Subscriber onlyHow about nixing doublestandard on Trump, Obama? Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyHow about nixing double-standard on Trump, Obama? Continue reading...

The Kenosha Doctrine

Subscriber onlyAre you an American with expertise in computer programming, engineering or business analytics? If so, you probably have a good job, because employers gobble up all the high-tech talent they can find. In fact, there’s a shortage of qualified candidates for many specialized fields, which hampers American enterprises. That’s why the U.S. government allows companies to hire high-skilled foreign workers through the H-1B visa program. Continue reading...

Are we there yet?

$20 trillion right around the corner

Subscriber onlyWEREN’T many Americans genuinely upset way back in 2011 when the previous administration’s spending brought the nation close to, then over, $15 trillion in debt? Continue reading...

Stimulating discovery

For what ails you

Subscriber onlyAs valued readers realize by now, whenever I experience something unusual I believe could help someone as much as it does me, I'm not shy about sharing it. So it is with today's message for those like me with ailing or arthritic backs, knees, hips or necks--you name the pain location, one of us likely is enjoying at least one. Continue reading...

BLAGG: There should be no rush to final judgment in death penalty cases

Subscriber onlyWe, the people of the state of Arkansas, collectively killed a man on Thursday. Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Subscriber onlyArkansas should reinstate the firing squad Continue reading...

Keep an eye on France

Subscriber onlyThere may be revolution in the air in France, but not the Bastille kind. Winds of change are howling through the country from Calais to Cannes, and they could replace European unity with circle-the-wagons nationalism. Continue reading...

Speaking of taxes

Subscriber onlyU.S. taxpayers have paid their president more than $35,000 so the Secret Service can use golf carts at one of his courses near his Mar-a-Lago resort. Continue reading...

Detecting a change

Will security devices affect UA fans’ game-day experience?

Subscriber onlyOh, for the days when the controversy about what can be carried into Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium had to do with soda pop. Continue reading...

Justice forever buried

Subscriber onlyA decade has passed since I spent four long years digging into the mountain of corruption that surrounded the 1989 killing of 16-year-old Janie Ward during a high school party at a cabin outside Marshall. Continue reading...