Thomas Jefferson said “The only security of all is in a free press.” Since then we’ve added radio, television, and Internet. But can the media speak truth to power when six mega-corporations own 90 percent of American media?
Here we are, barely a week into the Trump administration, and there is already enough going on to merit an entire section of the paper, let alone a single column.
Northwest Arkansas received quite a lot of wind recently, and spring will bring more in the coming months.
In the children’s book “Stone Wall Secrets,” Kristine and Robert Thorson write that “there are thousands of stone walls crisscrossing woods and fields as if they have been there forever.
As we enter into the unknown with Congress voting on repealing the Affordable Care Act without any mention of a replacement plan, it seems as if the country is screaming its dissent in a vacuum.
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, based on the books by Daniel Handler (pen name: Lemony Snicket) is an exercise in fantastically morose whimsy.
They may look dead, but most wintertime trees are playing ‘possum.
Four years. That’s what we are in for. Four years of a president whose skin is so thin, he lashes out on a Twitter account someone definitely should have reigned in by now.
There are countless ways that nature plays with light, even in darkness.
There’s a song by Death Cab For Cutie I listen to every January 1st. The first line is “So this is the new year/and I don’t feel any different.”