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  • No compassion in aiding suicide

    I found out from my mother that my brother had committed suicide. It was hard, particularly when I saw how devastated and small she looked sitting on the living room couch, as if the life had been siphoned from her in one inhuman pull. But …

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  • Birth tourism industry is accelerating

    For the last several years most of the attention to federal immigration policy has been focused on the border, and on lax interior enforcement. But another insidious problem has accelerated, and promises to worsen for as long as it goes unattended: birth tourism, the practice …

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  • Texarkana airport important to that area’s economic future

    It wasn’t long ago in this space we urged support for the Texarkana Regional Airport and called upon city officials on both sides of the state line to recognize the importance of that facility to our area’s economic future. The airport was facing a funding …

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  • Fulton County named for Arkansas’ last territorial governor

    William S. Fulton accomplished much for Arkansas in his short life. He served as the fourth territorial governor and the first U. S. Senator. Through Fulton’s leadership, he made the difficult transition from territory to state and from economic ruin to recovery possible. Fulton was …

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  • Worms, cats and PETA

    Well PETA is at it again. I don’t know what I did to yank those folks’ chain (OK, well, maybe I do) but the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have now taken to sending me daily emails on all sorts of topics, everything …

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  • 50th anniversary of U.S. combat forces in Vietnam

    One of my late father’s favorite trick questions was, “What does a cat learn if it jumps on a hot stove burner?” The answer, of course, is not “To stay off the stovetop when it’s hot,” but the overly broad “Stay off the stovetop PERIOD.” …

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  • Giuliani a reflection of everyday Republicans

    Things have gone quiet about former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s widely denounced comments about President Barack Obama, but that doesn’t mean the controversy is history. It’s symptomatic of a political Ebola that has infected 21st century political “discussion” and the sad spectacle of someone …

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  • Setting life’s margins

    Last week, I wrote about minimizing my material things, and I have been surprised at the response I’ve received from readers. So this week, I thought I’d continue that idea and tell you about how I’m creating margins and learning to breathe in the process …

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  • Message, message, who’s got the message?

    Party is undergoing an identity crisis of such monumental proportions, the Dissociative Identity Disorder people have called and are requesting artifacts for their Hall of Fame. They’re going to put Obama’s basketball hoop right next to Sally Field’s purple crayon. In the realm of improbabilities, …

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  • A riot broke out and no one was surprised

    A riot broke out on Feb. 20 at Willacy Correctional Facility, a Texas prison for “illegal immigrants,” and 2,000 inmates demonstrated against their subjection to neglect and overwork. The situation quickly escalated as inmates armed themselves with blunt instruments, swarming the yard and dismantling and …

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  • Overreaching in plain English

    Get this: The federal government is trying to explain things to citizens in plain English. In 2010, you see, President Obama signed the Plain Writing Act into law. It requires that all federal agencies use “clear government communication that the public can understand and use.” …

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  • Tweeting — and setting the nation’s ‘chat agenda’

    From Sean Penn and the Oscars to Keith Olbermann and Bill O’Reilly at their cable TV perches, and with a dash of national security issues for good measure, we’re “all atwitter” — literally. Twitter — the 140-character social media phenom — is used by just …

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