Arkansas

It Won't Be Obama's Fault When the Democrats Lose the Senate
October 30, 2014

The Democratic candidates are outperforming Obama, in fact.

GRAPH: Obamacare's Impact on the Uninsured, State by State
Where officials wanted it to work, it did
August 05, 2014

These two graphs will help you answer that question. 

Arkansas Republicans Just Proved Why Obamacare Will Survive Despite This Week's Absurd Court Decision
July 25, 2014

We now have a real-world example of how quickly Republicans will cave if the Supreme Court torpedoes Obamacare.

New Poll Proves Conservatives Haven't Abandoned Their Unskewing Ways
April 23, 2014

Get ready for another months-long unskewing temper tantrum.

Arizona's Anti-Gay Bill Failed. Good. But Did You Hear About Arkansas?
Liberals have a problem with bright shiny objects
February 27, 2014

By all means, celebrate the Arizona gay-rights victory. But don't forget about other issues in other states.

This Is What Happens When a Pipeline Bursts in Your Town
Conflicted about Keystone? Consider the horrific impact of an oil spill in Arkansas.
November 18, 2013

Here's something to keep in mind before choosing sides in the Keystone pipeline debate.

Obamacare Glitches Are Real—and Matter Less Than You Think
October 02, 2013

Republicans spent Tuesday highlighting Obamacare’s opening day glitches. Democrats spent Tuesday highlighting Obamacare’s opening day successes.Both spoke the truth. One truth matters more.

Fetal-Heartbeat Abortion Laws Are Dangerous Even If Judges Reject Them
March 28, 2013

The new laws in North Dakota and Arkansas aren't likely to stand. But they're shifting the conversation in a dangerous direction.

The Democrats' 2016 Contenders Are Betting on Gun Control
January 14, 2013

Several high-profile Democratic governors seem to think gun control is no longer an issue to avoid. Will they be proven right?

Life of Pi's Clumsy 3D Storytelling
November 28, 2012

 “I think it's one of the most noble risks we have ever taken.” This comes from an executive at Twentieth Century Fox, the studio that gave us Sunrise, Shirley Temple, and The Robe. When a corporation has ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous, talk of nobility is often a warning sign of stupidity. So sane producers may have read Yann Martel’s 2001 novel, seen that it was selling 9 million copies across the world, and concluded that there was no need for a movie of Life of Pi—the same escape clause I raised a week ago in connection with the latest Anna Karenina.

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