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Halt to impact fees short-sighted

I understand the logic for local governments halting or eliminating impact fees for new development. It’s just near-sighted, and maybe faulty, logic.

Nonetheless, it’s happening. Read More »

Trump resembles ‘Grumpy Cat’

Random thoughts from the pre-Halloween weekend.

√ I watched Donald Trump on television at the Jacksonville Landing and came to a couple of conclusions. Trump is the political version of Grumpy Cat. Think about that the next time you see him. Actually, now that I’ve mentioned it, I dare you not to think of it. Read More »

As IRS targets tax-free ICE jail bonds, what about us?

The cash-strapped Baker Correctional Development Corporation, the non-profit owning and operating the new jail, now possibly has another entity to worry about other than nervous bondholders who may be looking at the county to replenish a diminished reserve fund.

That would be the IRS. Read More »

Ghostly poems suit the eerie legend of Jean Petit Mountain

I know that Disney World is billed as the “Happiest Place on Earth,” but one of my happiest places is on top of Petit Jean Mountain in Arkansas. I’ve been going there pretty regularly since I was a graduate student at Baylor in 1982. Read More »

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