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  • Moore Thoughts

    Stringing It Together  By John Moore His name was Nelson Carson. I was a young, white kid. He was an older African-American gentleman. While the evening news was filled with stories...

  • The State of Arkansas

    By Gov. Asa Hutchinson As we approach April 15, also known as Tax Day, I joined a rally in the rotunda here at the capitol for Arkansas Tax Freedom Day, which was an...

  • It’s Like This

    How crazy is Putin? By Bob Palmer Some think the recent gas attack on Syrian civilians by the Bashar al-Assad regime and the allied response has something to do with the...

  • Legislative Update

    From State Representative DeAnn Vaught Arkansas House members have been meeting in the current chamber at the State Capitol since 1911. The desks and chairs were moved from the Old State...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. The state Department of Education has released its annual report on school performance, giving each of the 1,040 schools in Arkansas a letter grade from...

  • The State of Arkansas

    By Gov. Asa Hutchinson The men and women who returned from the Vietnam War faced hostility from many who opposed that conflict. But in the half-century since, our country has attempted...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. The manufacturers of prescription painkillers are facing a barrage of lawsuits from state and local governments across the United States. The Arkansas lawsuits allege that...

  • Legislative Update

    From State Representative DeAnn Vaught The primary is one of the most important phases of any election. It gives the public the ability to decide the best candidate of each party....

  • It’s Like This

    Scattershooting By Bob Palmer I FOUND THIS year’s playing of the Masters golf tournament absorbing television. Enthralling images of blooming azaleas, green fairways, tall pines and wandering creeks certainly provided a...

  • Moore Thoughts

    Two Gone, Too Soon By John Moore Two funerals in one day. Saying goodbye to two people you’ve known more than half your life wouldn’t be easy no matter when it...

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