The Observer has always been the optimistic type. Our Magic 8 Ball just keeps coming up “Ask Again Later” these days.
Where, I wonder, is my plague of locusts?
I never really liked the idea of hydroponics. I thought it was kind of cheating, but now I am intrigued.
The former president might be history, but the hoaxes he promoted won’t die easily.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders has given few hints how she’ll govern if elected. Looking at her father’s time as governor might provide a clue.
A long-running symbol of corruption.
The state constitution's Amendment 19 requires that three-fourths of the legislature approve tax on income. A minority of lawmakers voting no would mean an end to such revenue.
The January 6 hearings laid the truth bare.
He earned notoriety from his Sharp Citizen newspaper.
He's the worst.
For whatever solace it might offer, one positive from Vladimir Putin’s genocide and plunder of Ukraine is that we no longer have to wait in ignorance for some future revelation — perhaps from a source such as, let’s say, the Kremlin archives in 2052 — of what lay behind the strange and now nearly decade-old partnership of the little dictator and the future leader of the free world.
Trump is part of a tradition.
Governor Hutchinson and the Arkansas legislature push forward another massive giveaway to the rich.
Where paranoia flourishes.
The modern perils of Archie Cude.
Past experience be damned, Arkansas Republicans plan to slash income taxes.
Consider the whole of his career.
The saga of Bonnie and Jack.
Right now, most of the white elected officials in Arkansas seem willing to ignore the fact that Arkansas was a part of the Red Summer of 1919. We must learn that our past will continue to be our present, and will be cemented into our future, if our state does not officially acknowledge and reconcile its past beyond ubiquitous discussions of the 1957 Central High School integration crisis.
In service of Trump's lies.