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Our View: An increased minimum wage would help, but how much?

Posted earlier today in Dispatch Editorials



Voice of the people: Lee Roy Lollar



Froma Harrop: Do US carmakers want us to like them?

Posted earlier today in National Columns

Ask not why the Trump administration must dismantle America's environmental laws with such gusto. By now, that's a given. Instead, let's ask why some automakers, businesses that must plan years in advance, are siding with a president intent on sowing chaos in their own industry.



Our View: Proposals for Kerr-McGee redevelopment begin to emerge

Posted yesterday in Dispatch Editorials



Brett Kittredge: Let innovation happen in Mississippi

Posted yesterday in National Columns

Today's technology has helped usher in what is commonly referred to as the sharing economy. This is a broad term we use for an economic system where services are provided in exchange for a fee, via a third-party facilitator.



Patrick J. Buchanan: What's behind our world on fire?

Posted yesterday in National Columns

When the wildfires of California broke out across the Golden State, many were the causes given.



Voice of the people: Hazel Hodges



Jiben Roy: Human nature and celebrity

The major religious faiths believe that God created this wonderful universe and then He made Adam and Eve within seven days. They were in the Garden of Eden but they did something wrong one day.



Voice of the people: Mike Murphy



Voice of the people: James E. Hodges



Voice of the people: Paul Mack



Leonard Pitts Jr.: Barriers zigzag across America like a scar

Posted 11/20/2019 in National Columns

A few words about walls. Unsurprisingly, the one Donald Trump is trying to build on the southern border -- the one he swore Mexico would pay for -- has proven, like most things he touches, an embarrassing failure.



Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett



Our View: Allison takes over a successful district with room to improve further

Posted 11/19/2019 in Dispatch Editorials

With Sam Allison's hire as superintendent Monday night, the Lowndes County School Board went for an in-house candidate with 15 years of administrative experience in the district.



Froma Harrop: Partisan lines fade with the right candidates

Posted 11/19/2019 in National Columns

I think Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards meant it when he partly credited his reelection to LSU's and the Saints' winning season. That would be the football teams -- Louisiana State University and the New Orleans Saints.



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