When President John F. Kennedy was running for president in 1960, he had to overcome some voters’ distrust of his being a Catholic.
Madonna said she thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. Kathy Griffin held up a bloody severed head of President Trump. Robert De Niro said (expletive) Trump at the Tony Awards. Johnny Depp asked when was the last time an actor assassinated a president? Pelosi said she didn't…
Perhaps Calvin Clements should have been allowed to retract his letter before you published it. Or at least to retract the “no Democrat or Independent” statement that we now know to be totally wrong.
Referencing the article on Sunday, "Brookland case in auditors’ hands." I have several concerns with the reported issues; most everyone knows there is a procedure for old and unused state property disposal.
Less than a week after an angry mob of insurrectionists almost took over the nation’s Capitol, the beleaguered Capitol Police started requiring lawmakers to pass through metal detectors on their way to the floor of the House of Representatives.
I doubt if anyone who regularly reads The Sun's letters to the editor would mistake me for a Trump fan. But I would like to point out that Donald Trump is not this nation's most serious problem. He is merely a symptom of a much deeper problem, i.e. a culture willing, almost anxious, to elect…
So, President Donald Trump has been booted off Twitter, as of now forever. Facebook also gave him the heave-ho. Apple and Google, meanwhile, have tossed the riot-friendly Parler app out of their stores.
There are crazy coincidences – like finding out my roommate in college had the same birthday after we had shared the same dorm room for nine months – and then there are absolutely mind-boggling coincidences.
Let's stop referring to the traitorous, knuckle-dragging terrorists who invaded the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., last Wednesday as "domestic terrorists" and call them what they really are — Republican terrorists.
Talk about biased double standards! Five letters to editor, two opinion columns (one from editor Chris Wessel the other Steve Brawner) in the Jan. 10 edition of The Sun. All against Trump, his supporters and the protesters.
We've come a long way from the days when social media was largely viewed as a positive development that boosted access and participation in the realm of mass communications. Anyone and everyone could have a voice and access to an audience.
I became so angry this Saturday morning that I thought my head would explode. I read an article that stated Gov. Asa Hutchinson “wants President Donald Trump’s administration to end.”
I would like to commend Chris Wessel on his column published this past Sunday in The Jonesboro Sun. So many honest and truthful observations were made. Honest and truthful are two particularly important words that have been severely lacking in the rhetoric coming from President Donald Trump …
Arkansas First District U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford's conduct as of late has proven to me that he is more interested in playing politics in our nation's capital than doing the job he was elected to do.
My comments are specific to events of the past few days, months and years. They are irrespective of political affiliation and not intended to judge groups by the actions of a few individuals.
One of the favorite tactics of Donald Trump and those who defend him is diversion. When criticized, attack the critic personally. Don’t accept fault; shift the conversation elsewhere, even if it’s false and-or unrelated.
As a constituent of District 1, I am calling for U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford to resign. He has repeatedly lied to us about the integrity of the 2020 election and because of those lies five people, including a U.S. Capitol Police officer, are dead.
Events in Washington, D.C., prove that leadership matters. That words matter. Imagine if the president had invested as much energy in dealing with COVID-19 as his re-election. We would have less cost, less suffering and he’d probably be president-elect.
If there was ever any doubt that President Donald Trump would go down in history as the worst president in our nation’s history, Jan. 6 solidified it.
On Jan. 6, fascists and white supremacists stormed the U.S. capitol. People were traumatized and injured. Some died. Our center of government was attacked. The people responsible were allowed to walk out without consequence.
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