In a few weeks, possibly, many Americans and especially females will look upon the nine robed justices of the U.S. Supreme Court and see two sex offenders.
They had another forum for the mayoral candidates Monday night, this one standing-room-only on Little Rock's paramount issue--crime--at the Fletcher Library in midtown.
At the senior expo last weekend, put on again this year by this newspaper and UAMS, a man in the audience of a few dozen asked the political panel what I feared would be an enraging and polarizing question.
The texting thread of old tennis pals flashed up lamentations for Razorback football late Saturday afternoon.
Three news conferences on health care, one after the other Wednesday, revealed Republican policies that are simply mean.
Local organizations led by the League of Women Voters staged the first of five mayor-candidate forums Monday night. Dozens of people filled the meeting room at the Dee Brown Public Library in southwest Little Rock for an hour's discussion on economic opportunity.
The polling partners of Talk Business and Politics and Hendrix College unveiled this week a notable and perhaps influential poll of the 2nd District congressional race.
The leaders of national mainstream media have gone off their rockers almost to the extent that Donald Trump exists permanently apart from his.
A dapper fellow with a baritone ambled to a hotel bar in Fayetteville and chose a stool three or four removed from mine. I nursed a red wine and reviewed notes for a presentation I would make in a few minutes next door.
Our dreary state of politics cried out for something new. It was Warwick Sabin who tipped me a couple of years ago to freshness on the local political horizon.