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Commentary: Getting To Know Tom Cotton

Subscriber onlyYes, Northwest Arkansas, there really is a Tom Cotton, and he's not just that evil looking guy in the TV commercials. Continue reading...

Commentary: Is There A Better Future For Fayetteville's College Avenue?

Subscriber onlyFayetteville has, in a way, evolved into a tale of two cities over the last few decades. Continue reading...

Commentary: College Athletics Is Big Business

Subscriber only"The point is ladies and gentlemen that greed, for lack of a better word, is good." Continue reading...

Commentary: This Hutchinson Or That One

Subscriber onlyYou can pick your friends and you can pick who you marry, but you can’t pick who you’re mistaken for. Continue reading...

Commentary: Asa Hutchison Wants You To Know Who He's Not

Subscriber onlyYou can pick your friends and you can pick who you marry, but you can't pick who you're mistaken for. Continue reading...

Commentary: Casting 'Shame' Within The GOP

Subscriber onlyHere's what Republican state Rep. Justin Harris of West Fork had to say on Twitter and Facebook about fellow Republicans after the House last week approved funding to continue the private option health insurance program for low-income Arkansans. Continue reading...

Commentary: A Hot Springs Landmark Goes Up In Flames

Subscriber onlyHot Springs is a town built on the past, and a big part of that past went up in flames last week. Continue reading...

Commentary: Bobby Davis' Life Made Fayetteville A Better Place

Subscriber onlyFor as long as I can remember, I've had a high respect for people who step to the front and ask their neighbors for authority to make decisions on their behalf, who embrace the opportunity for community leadership when most people are just busy trying to earn a paycheck and get home in time for dinner. Continue reading...

COMMENTARY Lawmaker Seeks To Hide Option

Subscriber onlyThe other night, as my wife and I enjoyed the Jackson L. Graves Foundation’s outstanding Ooh La La fundraiser to benefit Arkansas Children’s Hospital, my phone vibrated. A message on the screen showed a text message from my oldest son, who was nearing his bedtime back home, but clearly he had other matters on his mind. Continue reading...

Yes Or No, Ambulance Issue Remains

Subscriber onlyIt does not matter to me whether residents of Benton County’s unincorporated areas voting in Tuesday’s election approve the $85-per-household annual fee to support ambulance service to those areas. Continue reading...

Arkansas’ Future Not Obama

Subscriber onlyEver since I joined the ranks of professional journalists after several years of learning in high school and at Arkansas State University, one of my favorite opportunities in the job has been talking to the people asking for the votes of my fellow Arkansans. Continue reading...

Will We Ever Get Off This Island?

Subscriber onlyWhen I was a kid, my after-school routine after walking or riding my bike home from Geyer Springs Elementary in Little Rock included catching “Gilligan’s Island.” Continue reading...

Is School Safety A State Decision?

Subscriber onlyThe murders of adults and children at a school, like the ones at Sandy Hook Elementary, should always spark a higher level of scrutiny to determine whether school leaders are doing as much as possible to provide a secure educational environment. Continue reading...

Was God On The Sooners’ Side?

Subscriber onlyIt just wasn’t AJ McCarron’s night. The Alabama starting quarterback, playing in Thursday’s Sugar Bowl against Oklahoma, completed 19 of 30 passes for 387 yards and two touchdowns. Continue reading...

Lessons From ‘Duck Dynasty’?

Subscriber onlyOne of the problems with, and opportunities of, social media is how easily one’s newsfeed or Twitter stream can be overwhelmed by commentaries about the latest fleeting, but popular, tempest. Continue reading...

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