Editorials

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    EDITORIAL: Tragedy of the Commons

    Arkansans don't usually complain too much about water. When they do, complaints usually come from duck hunters or kayakers who lament that Mother Nature doesn'…

  • OTHERS SAY: Call Putin’s bluff

    Vladimir Putin wants the world to believe that Russia's economy is doing fine, and that he has the wherewithal to prosecute the war in Ukraine indefinitely.

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    EDITORIAL: Courting season

    There is a kind of legal argument that only makes sense in a courtroom. They call it legal logic, or legal reasoning. For if you bring it out into the open air…

  • OTHERS SAY: Californians knead answers

    Even before Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the landmark law that would increase the minimum wage for fast-food workers to $20 per hour starting in April, there were …

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    EDITORIAL: Bat houses and smocks

    An Arkansan doesn't have to go far into a deer camp or sit around a duck lodge for very long before he starts hearing about how much power the Arkansas Game an…

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    EDITORIAL: Getting better all the time

    Once again the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) brought good economic news to a country that needs it wherever it can get it. These are not g…

  • OTHERS SAY: Who’s supressing democracy?

    A little-watched federal civil trial in Delaware reveals how Democrats professing to be defenders of democracy are working feverishly to pervert the democratic…

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    OPINION | EDITORIAL: Moon shot

    Late last week, for the first time since 1972, Americans landed something on the moon. Texas-based Intuitive Machines launched Odysseus on Feb. 15 from NASA's …

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    EDITORIAL: Planting season

    Central Arkansans will not soon forget: About 11 months ago, trees were toppled by a tornado. And not only trees. Those of us who live and work in central Arka…

  • OTHERS SAY: Malaria is back

    Over the past two decades, the fight against malaria has been among the biggest success stories in global health. Yet that progress has recently stalled, and i…

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