Sessions, parties playing the games of D.C.’s ‘swamp’
In an increasingly digital world in which click-bait headlines and less substance rule, details matter more than ever. The political powers hope -- with some evidence they're right -- that Americans are content with generalities.
Womack, Cotton get earfuls, but don’t expect them to change
Last week's town hall meetings in Northwest Arkansas were vital events that accomplished virtually nothing in terms of governing this nation.
Senate complicates Charlie Collins’ campus-carry bill
Without question, if some murder-focused assailant opened fire on a college campus and I was a member of the faculty or staff nearby, at that moment I would want a gun to give me and those around me the best chance for survival.
Everyone has an opinion these days, thank goodness
"You're an idiot," was the caller's final remark.
Fayetteville lawmaker’s patience pays off on gun bill
State. Rep. Charlie Collins is nothing if not a long-term political strategist on the policy changes he hopes to see in Arkansas.
Supreme Court ruling clears way for panhandlers
Word of a new level of permissiveness for beggars has quickly spread among the homeless and destitute.
Lawmakers have varied ideas of necessary laws
"Even if it's a good idea but it's a bad piece of legislation, it shouldn't get out of this committee until it's a good idea and a good piece of legislation."
Region has so much for which residents can be thankful
When it comes to the gifts of 2016, it's easy to put our circumstances in Northwest Arkansas in perspective.
Are birth certificates about biology, parenting or both?
People of the same sex who want to make a matrimonial commitment to one another, one recognized in all the legal ways a heterosexual marriage is, won a monumental victory in the U.S. Supreme Court last year in Obergefell vs. Hodges.
Trump tweets less important than his governance
Did Donald Trump have a extramarital affair with Vladimir Putin?