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Possumhaw: Everybody's got a snake story

Posted 6/11/2018 in Local Columns

My neighbor, Allene, lives over on the creek. "Have you seen more snakes this year than usual?" she asked. I was a little surprised because, yes, I had seen more snakes lately than I'd seen in all my years. I was hoping it was a fluke, but maybe not.



Mississippi Voices: Digital world fast becoming our only world

Posted 6/11/2018 in Local Columns

The longer it's around, the more it appears social media has the wrong name. It's really antisocial media. Be assured this is not a rant about mom, dad, Junior and Sis sitting at a table each engaged on his or her mobile device. It's not even a lament of all the visceral comments people make, anonymously or otherwise, on Facebook or Twitter. All of that is real, of course, but it's old news.


Ask Rufus: Forever gone

Posted 6/9/2018 in Local Columns

Greenpeace once sold a T-shirt with a picture of a dinosaur and the caption "Extinct means forever." That phrase well applies to some beautiful birds that once graced our skies.


Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett


Partial to Home: The irrepressible Mr. Harris

Posted 6/9/2018 in Local Columns

Call someone obsessive, and you run the risk of sounding critical. Yet, I meant it as the highest compliment for the late Gill Harris, the beloved engineer, musician, raconteur, gourmand, father and husband.


Leonard Pitts Jr.: Few tears for Aaron Persky

Posted 6/9/2018 in National Columns

There will be few tears for Aaron Persky. California voters gave the Superior Court judge his walking papers last week. Persky, the state's first judge to be recalled since 1932, became a target of national fury two years ago when he sentenced Brock Turner, a Stanford University student convicted of sexually assaulting a young woman after she got drunk at a party.



Steve Chapman: Giuliani and Trump Blunder Toward the North Korea Summit

Posted 6/9/2018 in National Columns

Rudy Giuliani, who knows as much about North Korea as he does about growing kumquats, has granted an inside glimpse of U.S. relations with the regime. With a historic summit meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un scheduled for Tuesday in Singapore, Giuliani wants the American people to know exactly how it came about.


Slimantics: Second Amendment jumps the shark

Posted 6/8/2018 in Local Columns

Good sense took a beating Thursday in the Mississippi Supreme Court.


Patrick Buchanan: Is Mayor de Blasio an anti-Asian bigot?

Posted 6/8/2018 in National Columns

"Though New York City has one of the most segregated schools systems in the country," writes Elizabeth Harris of The New York Times, until now, Mayor Bill de Blasio "was all but silent on the issue."



Our View: Murals enhance our communities

Posted 6/7/2018 in Dispatch Editorials

Trends, being what they are, can be met with approval or dismay. It's often a matter of personal preference.



Leonard Pitts: Black lives don't matter

Posted 6/7/2018 in National Columns

Black lives don't matter. It is a message that has, for centuries, been woven like thread into the fabric of this nation.



Our View: Apathy no excuse for appallingly low voter turnout

Posted 6/6/2018 in Dispatch Editorials

For some time now, our national politics has been a blood sport where anything goes - from gerry-mandering of congressional districts to voter suppression tactics to what appears to soliciting the aid of a foreign country to influence an American election.



Patrick Buchanan: Boehner's right -- It's Trump's party now

Posted 6/6/2018 in National Columns

"There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party," John Boehner told a Mackinac, Michigan, gathering of the GOP faithful last week.



Froma Harrop: Immigration policy both nasty and ineffectual

Posted 6/6/2018 in National Columns

President Trump's sound and fury on immigration has delivered close to nothing.



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