• Brian Chilson
  • Issue Archive for
  • Jul 2-8, 2015
  • Vol. 41, No. 43
  • Over the rainbow
Digital Edition


  • Haters gonna hate

    While right-thinking folks around the country celebrated the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage, the most extreme conservative voices in Arkansas wallowed in rage and hyperbole. It wasn't pretty.
  • I do

    The Observer has been covering the fight for LGBT rights in this state a long time, sons and daughters. Before it was a thing. All the way back to the days when a sizable percentage of people were perfectly willing to use the word "fag" when speaking to a guy they knew for a fact was writing
  • Not leading

    Supporters of justice were very pleased the Supreme Court helped advance equality and gay rights. However, some celebrants are applauding in the wrong directions. Many on Facebook, and surely elsewhere, are promoting Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, who are not Supreme Court justices, as leaders who made this happen.


  • GOP delivered marriage, health

    Every word written in the vast collection of judicial opuses in the gay-marriage and Obamacare decisions last Thursday and Friday were penned by the Supreme Court's five bitterly divided Republican justices.
  • Roberts, GOP wrong

    One entertaining aspect of recent dramatic Supreme Court rulings was learning that the Court's high-minded intellectuals can be just as thin-skinned and spiteful as everybody else.


  • 'Warhol's Nature' comes to Crystal Bridges

    Also, a Daft Punk tribute at Revolution, I Was Afraid and Headcold at Vino's, Pops on the River at First Security Amphitheater, Lushes at Stickyz and the American Taekwondo Association at the Statehouse Convention Center.
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