I am Pat Lynch and welcome to my world. The complete biography is on another page here. It’s all true. Like Dizzy Dean once said, if you really done it, it ain’t braggin’.
I have been an “on air” fixture of Arkansas broadcasting since 1983 and I have been published in several newspapers and tabloids. Currently, I have a weekly column on the Voices page of Arkansas largest and best daily paper, the Democrat-Gazette.
My interests include local and state politics, and local affairs effecting government in Little Rock, North Little Rock and Pulaski County. As a former member of the ACLU National Board, I have an interest in free speech and religious liberty issues. Sometimes I will also comment on transportation, but my hardcore ravings about passenger trains are on the Trans for America Blog.
There will be occasional religious commentary here. I am an orthodox Anglican and I attend St. Andrews AMIA Church in Little Rock. In fact, I am a student of theology at the Anglican School of Ministry.
I appreciate your personal notes, and news tips.
Messages left in the top box go directly to me, the one below that is for public responses. Go ahead, make my day.