Since its founding, a major tenet of our nation’s judicial system is the right for those charged with a crime to face their accusers. The
In the natural world, Isaac Newton’s third law of motion states that “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”
Mississippi, along with six other states, will recognize April as Confederate Heritage Month. On April 26, Mississippi will join four other states in observation of
As of Tuesday, Mississippians over the age of 65 will have access to a COVID-19 vaccine. At this point, that access is limited. Demand for
Much as it is with the weather, citizens often talk a great deal about local government, but few do anything about it. If municipal elections
Americans watched in horror Wednesday afternoon as a mob descended on the nation’s Capitol, smashing windows, assaulting Capitol police and vandalizing offices and spaces. Within
Writing tips for when you are angry. 1. Pour out your emotions, leaving no doubt about how deeply you are offended by the other person’s
The United States is commonly referred to as a democracy which — while true in the broadest sense – is not entirely accurate. We are,
When it comes to evictions, there are no winners. For the property owner, when a tenant is unwilling or unable to pay the rent, it’s
2020 will surely qualify as an “annus horribilis” in the history of the Republic.
Since opening its doors on the campus of Mississippi University for Women in 1987, the Mississippi School for Math and Science has served as a
As early as March, the COVID-19 pandemic was compared to war. President Trump called himself a war-time president as the nation battled an insidious, invisible enemy on our own soil.
There is no purely practical reason for people to manicure their lawns, plant flower gardens or pressure-wash their driveways, yet many people do it anyway.
Editor’s note: This editorial first appeared in The Dispatch on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, 2016. Today is Thanksgiving and, if we are entirely honest with
Nowhere has the ultimate toll of COVID-19 been higher than in the United States, where more than 240,000 people have died, roughly twice the number of deaths than India, which is second on the list of COVID-19 deaths.
The news that drug-maker Pfizer has developed a vaccine that has proven 90 percent effective in its early clinical trials is good news at a
Mississippians with certain medical conditions will soon have a new option for managing pain associated with their conditions.
In case you were wondering, medical marijuana is approved for those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) under Mississippi’s new medical marijuana program.
Voting looks pretty simple from where most of us sit.
We drive to the polls, which are always located within minutes of our homes, give our names to the poll worker, show our ID, then proceed to the voting machine to cast our ballots.
Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. As we head into November, a surge in Coronavirus cases throughout the U.S.