Opinion

  • OPINION | SARA LANGSTON: Hijacked faith

    From one Bible-believing Jesus follower to the rest: What happened and how did we get here? When politics and religion start cohabitating, both systems begin t…

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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…

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    TOMMY FOLTZ: Thoughts on judicial races

    In recent weeks, as a member of the editorial page staff, I've had the opportunity to meet a number of judicial candidates appearing on Tuesday's ballot. Witho…

  • 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…

  • COLUMNIST: Is your cat bad? The problem might be you

    When I started working with cats almost 25 years ago, it was purely out of self-interest. My own cat had recently passed away. I decided to volunteer at a loca…

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    OPINION | REX NELSON: A tale of two towns

    I'm having lunch with Woodruff County Judge Michael John Gray at Smokin' Joes BBQ along U.S. 64 in McCrory, and it seems he knows everyone in the room. That's …

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    EDITORIAL: NIL’s not nil

    Gosh, that seemed underplayed. Maybe because the presidential primaries are heating up. Maybe because the AT&T shutdown spooked us all. Maybe because college b…

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