For a while now Democrats have had about as much confidence in FBI chief James Comey as they have in Donald Trump, which is next to none -- and I'm being generous.
Leaving town by way of Waverly Ferry Road, near Plymouth Road, down near Water's Truck & Tractor, I curved left toward the Highway 82 West on-ramp. It's my preferred way of returning to the Prairie, avoiding traffic and stop lights; not to mention it's much more interesting.
Don't trust the media? Most people (according to media reports) don't. And that's fine because we all live in a new day. Anyone with internet access can go on endless fact-finding missions all by themselves. News is bountiful.
So now Jackson will have yet another mayor. Let's pray he's a good one.
"White people riot by voting." Years later, I no longer recall who first shared that bit of wisdom with me, but I've always found it striking. Not, of course, that it is literally true.
When students struggle, the temptation is to attribute poor performance to one of the Big A's -- aptitude or attitude. The suspicion is that the students are either unable to understand the assignment or simply don't care.
Republicans in the Mississippi Legislature are so determined to avoid raising taxes for highway maintenance that they're willing to give up some of their cherished authority.
Generations grew up with the "sticks and stones" rhyme. You know, the one that ends, "but words can never hurt me."
This never happens, although it should. Wednesday, the entire Golden Triangle state legislative delegation shared a podium at Lion Hills Center.
Among Donald Trump's many shortcomings are the vast amount of history he doesn't know and the little he does.
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