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Alice In Blunderland

There was a lot of stuff to unpack in Thursday's D-G article about the Secretary of State's use of state cars. The biggest...

“The United States has a system of taxation by confession.” –Hugo Black

In this post, I wrote that there were three explanations for the apparent discrepancies between what Alice Stewart told me about state-car logs and...

“That’s some catch, that Catch-22,” he observed.

Wednesday night, as I was writing the two posts that went up yesterday, I sort of assumed that the gap between the first post...

“Habit rules the unreflecting herd.” –Wm. Wordsworth

I'm not exactly breaking new sociological ground when I say that we humans are creatures of habit. We do the same things, at roughly...

Dude, Where’s My (State-Owned) Car?

The rumor, according to a current employee of the Secretary of State's Office (who, for obvious reasons, wishes to remain anonymous), was that the...

AR-Sec. State: A Pay Cut For Mark Martin?

While looking into the state car issue and trying to figure out the impact of the new Republican constitutional officers’ refusal of state cars,...