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Wyatt Emmerich: Attack on Capitol fueled by internet conspiracy theories

Posted 1/12/2021 in National Columns

Hopes for a much calmer 2021 compared to 2020 were quickly dampened by the horrific attack on our nation's U.S. Capitol Building.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: We're a republic, not a democracy

Posted 12/10/2020 in National Columns

Barring some bombshell, expect Joe Biden to be elected President of the United States on Monday, December 14, when the Electoral College meets.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Thankful for vaccine

Posted 11/23/2020 in National Columns

Just in time for Thanksgiving, several highly effective COVID vaccines have been announced. They will be here within months and this horrible plague will soon be over. Now that's something to be thankful for!

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Politics is a question of money

Posted 10/28/2020 in National Columns

Well, yet another Presidential election has rolled around and I can no longer put off writing about Presidential politics. I do this about once every four years.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Fentanyl makes street drugs deadly

Posted 10/1/2020 in National Columns

Tragedy has struck several Mississippi families recently. Young men in the prime of life have been victims of fentanyl poisoning.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Wicker-sponsored bill would make social media companies more accountable

Posted 9/19/2020 in National Columns

Kudos to Mississippi U. S. Senator Roger Wicker for sponsoring a bill to amend Section 230 of the Communications Act of 1996. I know most readers are scratching their heads wondering "what the heck is Section 230?" Sounds rather technical and minor.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Hoseman recaps legislative session

Posted 8/28/2020 in National Columns

Mississippi Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann spoke by Zoom to the Rotary Club of North Jackson and gave an update on the recent legislative session.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: The Mississippi-Malawi connection

Posted 7/2/2020 in Local Columns

Something happened recently that made me shake my head in wonder. Lazarus Chakwera, a Christian minister, was elected president of Malawi, in one of the most stunning upsets in African history.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Burl Cain is a solid choice to head MDOC

Posted 6/3/2020 in National Columns

I support the appointment of Burl Cain as the new head of the Mississippi Department of Corrections. I know Cain comes with some baggage.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: We achieved our goal; time to get back to work

Posted 5/8/2020 in National Columns

Sixty days. That's how long it takes COVID-19 deaths to start up and then come back down. It's called Farr's Law. It's almost exactly the same in every single country throughout the world. If you don't realize this, please educate yourself by going to one of the COVID-19 statistical websites. I recommend worldometer.com.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: More data helps create rational responses to virus

Posted 4/23/2020 in National Columns

Nobody argues about whether the sky is blue. We all know that it is so.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Caution is good, but let's not lose our confidence

Posted 3/30/2020 in Local Columns

Now that Americans are sufficiently scared by COVID-19 to start washing their hands, it's time to start thinking about the economic damage caused by social distancing.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Roasted for a good cause

Posted 2/17/2020 in Local Columns

Over the last 30 years as a member of the Mississippi Press Association (MPA), I have attended dozens of "roasts." It is MPA's main fundraiser for its education foundation, which supports journalism internships for Mississippi college students.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: C Spire wisely proposes law requiring computer education

Posted 2/6/2020 in National Columns

Home-grown C Spire, one of the last big locally owned cellular phone companies in the country, has been a great corporate citizen for Mississippi. From their roots in southwest Mississippi, Jimmy and Wade Creekmore have built the company into a tech powerhouse. Hu Meena and other family members are carrying on the next generation.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Section 230 has destabilized our country

Posted 2/2/2020 in National Columns

Professional journalism is struggling, giving way to fake news. This is bad for the country. One bad clause in the Communications Act of 1996 is the cause. In Section 230, the U. S. Congress exempted Google, Facebook and other Internet platforms from our libel laws.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Lack of funding is choking state-run parks system

Posted 1/16/2020 in Local Columns

Mississippi has a lot of wonderful people. One of them is Sam Polles, 27-year executive director of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Open primary initiative underway

Posted 1/13/2020 in National Columns

Back in the '80s, the Mississippi legislature passed an open primary law just like the one in Louisiana. For reasons no one understood, the U.S. Justice Department would not approve Mississippi's law but did approve Louisiana's.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Nothing material can compare to God's gifts

Posted 12/24/2019 in National Columns

In chapter Five of the book of Acts in the Bible, there is a story that all Christians should hold dear to their hearts and non-believers should ponder carefully.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Mandatory sentencing keeping thousands of addicts in prison

Posted 12/14/2019 in National Columns

When the crack cocaine epidemic hit the nation and Jackson in the early 1990s, it was a shock to our society. Gangs increased. Property crimes increased. Addiction increased. Violent crimes increased. The attitude was lock 'em up, and I was among those leading the charge.

 

Wyatt Emmerich: Medical marijuana initiative could help curb opioid problem

Posted 12/7/2019 in National Columns

Joel Bomgar, successful tech entrepreneur and state representative from Madison, is leading the charge to bring medical marijuana to Mississippi.

 

 

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