• Issue of
  • Apr 26 - May 2, 2018
  • Vol. 44, No. 34
  • Academic All-Stars
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News

  • The Observer
  • Ghost ride

    The Observer spends a lot of time observing the river these days, ensconced as we are most days in a satellite Observatory with a lovely balcony full of deck chairs overlooking a lovely stretch of the Arkansas a half-mile downstream from the red scar of Big Rock Quarry, which used to just be Big Rock before some damn fools turned the whole thing into gravel at some point in the past century.
  • Letters
  • On 'Stormy shaming'

    The media shames most anyone who is not in the establishment media (and corporate) class. The media's shaming effect is more widespread and overt than you realize.

Columns

  • Jay Barth
  • Medicaid favor

    Arkansas's distinctive form of Medicaid expansion has been precarious since its creation in 2013 by a bipartisan coalition.
  • Guest Writer
  • Living in poverty

    To successfully raise children as a single mother living in poverty in Central Arkansas requires a staggering amount of resilience, a significant amount of support from loved ones and the community, and at least a little bit of luck.
  • Gene Lyons
  • Trump train derailed

    So here's my question: If Trump's going to make America great again, when was America last great? And what was so great about it?

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