After Martha Shoffner as state treasurer, Republicans would be a big improvement.
I was moderating a panel of state legislators last Wednesday and I kept trying to prod House Speaker Davy Carter into saying whether he would seek the Republican nomination for governor.
Most weeks, my best 50 minutes get spent standing before a couple of hundred seniors in a “Behind the Headlines” class that is part of the LifeQuest program for active retirees.
“Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong.” —Buffalo Springfield The three Republican state legislators who conceived of the private option to Medicaid expansion insist amid scoffing that their now-enacted proposal is genuinely conservative.
Just when the Tea Party was about to fade from well-earned absurdity to deserved obscurity, it received the bountiful blessing of the perfect enemy.
All modern American presidents favored with second terms get scandals or pseudo-scandals.
Childhood memories grow a little unclear after a half-century.
You’re actually supposed to pay state sales taxes already on Internet purchases from sellers lacking a physical presence in Arkansas.
Now that hogs are in the barn, state regulators are headed to Jasper to hold a public meeting at 6 p.m. today.
Central Arkansas likes to brag on its pristine water supply at Lake Maumelle. Residents tell stories of the local tap water winning blind taste tests over the priciest bottled waters.