by Max Brantley
We put the weekly Arkansas Times on-line on Wednesday afternoons and, I've come to realize, blog readers don't always avail themselves of the nearby links to discover what lurks there.
Like Ernest Dumas' fine column on important roles played by Republicans in good and common sense health ideas (i.e., death panels) now being demonized in public meetings. Speaking of death panels, check Bob Lancaster.
Prominently displayed, but also worth a reference, is David Koon's sensitive cover story about the death of Lucie Hamilton.
We mentioned the move of Oxford American business offices to the River Market in our Insider column.
The State Police have begun counting the impact of cell phone use in car accidents.
We have details on a grim new state service -- an on-line listing of suspicious child deaths in the state.
I reviewed the state's ballooning expenditures on residential mental health care for kids and the information we uncovered last week on the influence evangelical forces, including the secretive Lord's Ranch boss Ted Suhl, enjoyed in building this state expense during the tenure of Gov. Mike Huckabee.
And the proverbial lots more.