• Brian Chilson
  • Issue of
  • May 11-17, 2017
  • Vol. 43, No. 36
  • Changing times
Digital Edition


  • Letters
  • Trump trading

    President Trump is expected to sign two executive orders that aim to identify every trade abuse and "non-reciprocal practice" that contribute to the trade deficit.


  • Autumn Tolbert
  • No mercy

    I've been thinking a lot about mercy these days. As a child, growing up in a conservative church, mercy, at least in my memory, wasn't often addressed. We had several preachers over the years, so I'm sure it was the Sunday topic from time to time, but what stands out in my memory the most are the fire and brimstone sermons and the warnings of an angry God.
  • Ernest Dumas
  • McCain is right

    Who knew that the crusty old warmonger John McCain was both an earnest and eloquent defender of human rights, a cause that is in what we hope is only a momentary decline here and around the world?
  • Gene Lyons
  • America's pastime

    Sometimes, the most important things that happen at the ballpark are only tangentially related to the games themselves. I speak as one who hasn't missed a televised Boston Red Sox game this season, and may not between now and October. Win or lose, I'm in it for the stories.


  • Pearls About Swine
  • Thank you, Rawleigh

    Rawleigh Williams spent roughly a year and a half in Arkansas Razorback garb. During his 20 active games, he amassed 1,860 yards from scrimmage, racked up eight 100-yard rushing outings, amassed 13 total touchdowns, and even accounted for a 14th by tossing a nifty little 1-yarder on a fourth-down gimmick play in a win at Mississippi State last fall.



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