• Issue of
  • Jul 10-16, 2014
  • Vol. 22, No. 20
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News

  • The Observer
  • Nocturnal

    Over the long holiday weekend just passed — a glorious and, dare we say it, chilly at times weekend, rarer in July in these parts than a politician with good sense — The Observer was able to get outdoors at night, just for the sake of being there, for an extended period of time.
  • Injustice
  • The Week That Was
  • Injustice

    Last year, the Arkansas Claims Commission voted unanimously to award Gyronne Buckley $460,000 for spending 11 years in prison on wrongful convictions. On July 8, a legislative panel reversed and dismissed the commission's award.
  • Letters
  • The power of voting

    I just read your article about "America's Worst Politicians" (July 3). When I read or hear about how terrible our politicians are I try to figure out just what it is that generates those complaints. Are those "worst politicians" really different from the rest of us?

Columns

  • Gene Lyons
  • Opposing Obama with no context

    If you pay too much attention to opinion polls, as most people do, doubtless you've heard that a plurality of voters has judged Barack Obama the worst president since World War II. Thirty-three percent, to be precise, which as it coincides almost exactly with the number of hard-core Republicans, merely tells you something you already knew: GOP partisans dislike Obama with irrational zeal.

Entertainment

  • Mark Edgar Stuart comes to South on Main
  • To-Do List
  • Mark Edgar Stuart comes to South on Main

    Also, "I'll Be Me ... Glen Campbell" at Ron Robinson, Psychic John Edward at Embassy Suites, PJ Morton at Juanita's, Jeff Koons at Crystal Bridges, 2nd Friday Art Night and "Next to Normal" at the Weekend Theater.
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