Gov. Asa Hutchinson put out a statement the other day that he will seek re-election in 2018.
Donald Trump defenders gleefully cite a study from Harvard — Harvard, the supposed liberal bastion that infested us with such brainwashed liberals as Tom Cotton and Ted Cruz.
When the time comes, special counsel Robert Mueller might not put it quite the way I am about to put it.
You might think that the Justice Building west of the Capitol housing the offices of state Supreme Court justices and Court of Appeals judges would be a no-drama workplace.
Donald Trump is surely the right president for the digital era.
The New York Times described on Sunday a whining Donald Trump who reminded me of a whining Bill Clinton and suggested common symptoms over a quarter-century of our national political illness.
The Arkansas Bar Association's current leadership is bouncing around an idea to get behind an uncommonly far-reaching constitutional reform proposal for the general election ballot in November 2018.
Nearly everything from the school millage issue in Little Rock to the Trump-Russia madness in Washington comes down either to ego and turf or partisan distrust.
Editor's note: This column was first published online-only Wednesday.
The email arrived early Monday from something calling itself the Centrist Project.