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GREG HARTON: Acquiring the target

Violence solutions require focus of gun advocates, foes

Subscriber onlyIn the Walker Room of the Fayetteville Public Library, about 150 people sat and stood for Thursday evening's panel discussion on what to do about gun violence. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyManufacturers drive U.S. gun control debate Continue reading...

The abortionist’s song

New verse, same old discord

Subscriber onlyREADERS of Arkansas’ Newspaper may not be familiar with the name John T. Noonan Jr., for he served as a judge for a different appellate circuit. But his death this spring was mourned by all those who love and respect the endangered species ironically called Homo sapiens, or rational man. Or as Justice Noonan, an eloquent critic of the U.S. Supreme Court’s pro-death jurisprudence, just put it for the Human Life Review: Continue reading...

MIKE MASTERSON: Elvis lives

Whole lotta shakin'

Subscriber onlyTo many at the Halloween party in Harrison, the tall, slender young man with dark hair, brown eyes and a wide, handsome face was another busy helper among others arranging decorations for maximum "boo effect." Continue reading...

Letter writer has no basis for Trump criticisms

Subscriber onlyLetter writer has no basis for Trump criticisms Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Slow justice?

Pace in Washington County courts crowding jail

Subscriber onlyWhen Perry Mason or the attorneys of Law & Order get a court case, the span between the commission of a crime and conviction or acquittal flies by within an hour, with commercials. Continue reading...

MASTERSON ONLINE: Not hog-wild on the river

Subscriber onlyOwners of C&H Hog Farms with the Brazilian meat processor JBS are hoping our state’s Department of Environmental Quality (wheeze) will approve their request for yet another factory permit. Continue reading...

Doug Thompson: GOP a majority in name only

Party cannot lose what it never had

Subscriber onlyThe Republican Party is worried about losing its U.S. House majority next year. The party suffered a rough night Tuesday in off-year elections. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlySupport for nation mustn’t be all-inclusive Continue reading...

NWA editorial: A local veto power

Cities, counties get more say on private clubs

Subscriber onlyWrapped up in the daily give and take of political debate, beyond the pros and cons of any issue, is the matter of who gets to make decisions. Continue reading...

GARY SMITH: Resisting the dark side

Lost power scares up tension at home

Subscriber onlyOne of the clichés that always gets tossed around in moments of stress is that there are no atheists in foxholes. Continue reading...

A correction

Subscriber onlyBarbara Tyson and the Tyson Foods Foundation gave $1.5 million to the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History last week. Thursday's editorial contained incorrect information about the center's name and misspelled Tyson's first name. Continue reading...

TED TALLEY: The "big" boom nears end

Effort to sell house shows change in Bentonville

Subscriber onlyMy north Bentonville home recently came off the market after a months-long listing. There were no takers, not even with a price reduction and a listing price per square foot well in line with the market. Nor were there negotiating opportunities with any low-ball offers. It's a whole new ball game. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyDossier’ coverage should focus on Clinton Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber only'Dossier' coverage should focus on Clinton Continue reading...