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  • Issue Archive for
  • Apr 11-17, 2013
  • Vol. 39, No. 32
  • Mayflower oil spill
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News

  • Lake Conway memories

    The Observer spent a good part of last week in Mayflower, that sleepy little burg to our north that we knew mostly as the place where we turn to get to our favorite Halloweentime pumpkin patch until an ExxonMobil pipeline burst there and made a hell of a mess on the Friday before Easter.
  • Government not the enemy

    During a time of great hardship for our nation, the Depression, a wise president, born to wealth and privilege, but reviled by the elite as traitor to his class, once said, "Government can err, presidents do make mistakes. But the immortal Dante tells us that the sins of the cold-blooded and the sins of the warm-hearted are weighted on different scales by divine justice. Better the occasional fault of a government living in the spirit of charity, than the consistent omissions of a government frozen in the ice of its own indifference."

Columns

  • Head-hunting

    Asa Hutchinson is not as dizzy as Wayne LaPierre — who is? — but if you accept donations from the unstable, and champion their creepy causes, you're apt to be tarred with the same brush.
  • Parlay voo?

    "Obama's budget was due in February, but administration officials said it was delayed by the year-end fiscal negotiations and resulting tax changes. It is to arrive on Capitol Hill hours before the president dines Wednesday evening with a dozen Senate Republicans — his second such parlay in recent weeks."
  • The reality of the Mike Rice firing

    Look at it this way: if Rutgers coach Mike Rice hadn't gotten fired last week after ESPN broadcast video of him shoving players, hurling basketballs at them, and screaming that they were "faggots" and worse, he was a good bet to get dumped next year after another losing season.

Entertainment

  • Luella and the Sun at White Water Tavern

    Also, George Strait at Verizon; 'Bloody Mama' at the River Market Tower; Frightened Rabbit at Revolution, 'The Odds Are Against Us' at Argenta Community Theater; Jim Dandy, Rwake and Pallbearer at White Water Tavern, and the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra at Robinson Auditorium.

Dining

Cartoons


 

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