Brummett’s career in news began when he was in high school as a part-time reporter for the Arkansas Democrat. He moved to the Arkansas Gazette in 1977. He wrote a political column for the Gazette from 1986 to 1990. He was an editor for Arkansas Times from 1990 to 1992. In 1994, his book, High Wire: From the Back Roads to the Beltway, the Education of Bill Clinton, was published by Hyperion of New York City. He became a columnist with the Democrat-Gazette in 1994. In 2000, he signed a deal with Donrey Media Group, now known as Stephens Media, and wrote for them for 11 years. He rejoined Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as a columnist on Oct. 24, 2011. You can read his blog at: http://brummett.arkansasonline.com/
Hogaholics off the wagon
Hogaholism: An addiction afflicting generally insecure citizens of Arkansas that inevitably proves destructive, usually after a period of optimism and success. The addiction is to football and basketball programs that are nominally and peripherally associated with the University of Arkansas and through which the citizens of Arkansas seek validity and self-worth.
Editorial, Pages 13 on 04/10/2012
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