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  • Should politicians be sworn in on the Bible?

    Now that dust from the midterms has settled, thousands of politicians-elect are taking office. In the predictably rough climate of American politics, there is serious controversy. This time, though, the strife has nothing to do with President Obama, Republican primaries, or lobbyists living up to …

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  • Sending out thanks to North Korea

    Thank you, North Korea. Your alleged cyber attack on Sony has, I hope, awakened the American people. America is not doing so well, you see. Sure, we are No. 1 in self-esteem — we are No. 1 at being indignant about a variety of perceived …

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  • Sony gets the last laugh, after all

    The Sony hacking story is the gift that keeps on giving. It’s got it all: cyber crime, international intrigue, political posturing — plus a tantalizing trove of corporate and celebrity gossip. But most remarkable is how all of the above combine to make “The Interview,” …

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  • The tempestuous life of James P. Clarke, governor and U.S. senator

    As a youngster, friends all described James P. Clarke as “determined.” He was angry, passionate, and obsessive about ideas. Clarke’s passions would create many enemies in an up-and-down political career. He was born in Mississippi in 1854. He briefly edited a newspaper before earning a …

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  • Why doing the right thing makes you money, if you go first

    CVS kicked the cigarette habit in October 2014. They were generating $2 billion in revenue annually selling tobacco. But they quit, cold turkey. They gave up $2 billion a year because selling tobacco was out of alignment with their true purpose. The announcement read: “Ending …

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  • The real meaning of the 1914 Christmas truce

    One hundred years ago last week, on Christmas Eve 1914, German and British soldiers emerged from the horrors of World War I trench warfare to greet each other, exchange food and gifts, and to wish each other a merry Christmas. What we remember now as …

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  • Dealing with post-holiday e-waste

    Finding the perfect Christmas gift for many people this year will mean buying new electronics, which includes televisions and other video equipment, computers, assorted computer accessories, audio equipment and mobile phones. Those who receive these gifts will be responsible for properly disposing of their outdated …

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  • Some near-sure bets for new year

    Sure, we humans like to think of a new year as a blank slate; but deep down we know that history repeats itself. We know that along with the unexpected revelations and unpredictable fads, 2015 will bring us more NFL rap sheets, Facebook privacy settings …

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  • Arkansan Dee Brown earned fame from writing

    Dorris Alexander Brown, known as “Dee” to his friends, grew up surrounded by adventure, tragedy and incredible tales. Coming from such a background, it was natural that he would become a renowned storyteller in his own right. As the author of 42 history books and …

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  • Forget a 2014 recap: Let’s try a 2015 precap

    The year gone by was marked by a tangle of stories involving midterm elections, grand juries and scandalous outfits worn by Sasha and Malia Obama. No need for a tedious yearend recap. Here instead is a precap of news certain to break in 2015: JAN. …

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  • State Capitol Week in Review

    When the Legislature convenes in regular session on Jan. 12, Arkansas will have a new governor for the first time in eight years. Asa Hutchinson is replacing Mike Beebe. The Senate will have four new members: Senators Scott Flippo of Bulls Shoals, District 17; Terry …

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  • Getting St. Nicholas right

    St. Nicholas is in fact the greatest saint in the history of Christianity. Forget Peter, Paul, or Mary; St. Nicholas has them all beat. No other saint enjoys his unique relationship to all three branches of Christianity — Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Protestant — nor …

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