For as long as anyone can remember, we’ve been told that one of the best attributes about living in Mississippi is it is one of the most affordable places to live in the entire country. We’ve heard that for so long and so often that it’s taken as fact, especially when cited as a reason to oppose unions or raise wages.
After prayerful consideration, I have indeed decided to return to the campaign trail. It would be my honor to serve as your Representative for Mississippi House District 37.
As I am sitting on my balcony of a boat traveling down the Mosel River in Germany, passing picturesque villages founded before Christopher Columbus was even born, I am in awe of this place with its castles and massive churches.
Stepping out on the back porch in the not-so-early morning it became very clear someone or something had enjoyed a party overnight. There on the previously swept floor were overturned Gatorade bottles, an empty cottage cheese container, the bottom part to a chicken salad container, and a plastic jar with remnants of peanut butter smeared inside. Lying not too far from the peanut butter jar was the cap that somehow had been screwed off and separated from the jar.
At the start of the June 27 BOS meeting, District 3 Supervisor Marvell Howard asked Bricklee Miller to relinquish the president’s role. Who should step
I can’t understand why there is so much outrage because someone can’t legally murder an innocent baby. This clearly shows what happens when you remove
For abortion to be banned in Mississippi, a 1998 Supreme Court ruling — that “abortion is protected” under the state Constitution — must be reversed.
A rose to all Americans this Independence Day weekend. As we celebrate our nation’s 246th birthday, we recognize that our nation is bitterly divided. In
Thursday at lunch I had an unexpected visitor.
July Fourth marks the beginning of the Big Bake for most Mississippians. Get ready for two months of humid heat.
This isn’t an argument for or against abortion. Everyone has strong opinions about that. But I think we can agree that abortion wouldn’t exist in a perfect world. So here’s a hand reaching out to you who’ve had an abortion and your life hasn’t been the same since. You feel a pain no surgeon can remove. Sometimes you wonder if that little life still exists.
After being waylaid by an accident last month, I had my first outing Thursday evening. It was to a gathering at Columbus Air Force Base of the Base honorary wingmen to say goodbye to Col. Seth Graham, commander of the 14th Flying Training Wing.
Fifty years ago, Main Street USA was all but given up for dead, a victim of changing dynamics in retail sales. Downtowns throughout the county, in towns and cities large and small, were quickly becoming relics, if not eyesores, with vacant storefronts and little traffic.
Today your editors take comfort in knowing that even Thomas Jefferson got criticized. As the 1776 delegates debated his draft of the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson remembered, “I was sitting by Dr. Franklin, and he observed that I was writhing a little under the acrimonious criticisms of some of its parts.”
Perhaps the most permanent image to come out of Tuesday’s hearing into the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol was of the clean-shaven Chief of Staff Mark Meadows bustling about to help Donald Trump overthrow the United States government.
In baseball terms, it would be called a swing and a miss.
This is not just another setback.
This week, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling overdue by some five decades, striking down Roe v. Wade (1973) and its constitutionally unsubstantiated “right to abortion.”