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Mona Charen: So much for Trump's love of the military

Posted 7/8/2020 in National Columns

Christopher Slutman, 43, had always wanted to be a firefighter. He was that kind of kid, the kind who wants to save people. He was also a Marine Reserves Staff Sergeant who had served in Iraq. Last year, he was assigned to duty in Afghanistan.



Patrick J. Buchanan: A culture war battle Trump can win

Posted 7/8/2020 in National Columns

Speaking at Mount Rushmore on Friday, and from the White House lawn on Saturday, July 4, Donald Trump recast the presidential race.


Slimantics: Beyond the pain, there is potential

Posted 7/7/2020 in Local Columns

Monday, the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to have the Confederate Memorial relocated from the courthouse grounds, presumably to Friendship Cemetery, although a few obstacles are yet to be navigated.


Voice of the people: Lavonne Harris



Voice of the people: James Clayton Terry



Voice of the people: Jed Moore



Voice of the people: Susie Shelton



Voice of the people: Jarion Jones



Voice of the people: Elaine Miller



Other Editors: Habitual offender bill should be passed

Posted 7/6/2020 in National Columns

The Mississippi Legislature should pass House Bill 1024, which applies a 15-year time limit on offenses that can be considered under our state habitual offender laws.



Leonard Pitts Jr.: You can support your country or Trump, but not both

Posted 7/6/2020 in National Columns

It comes down to a binary choice. Either he is a monster or an ignoramus. Either Donald Trump did nothing when informed that American intelligence believed Russia was paying a bounty to the Taliban for killing American military personnel in Afghanistan, or he had no clue, didn't even know it was going on.


Partial to Home: Honeybees offer virus preview

Posted 7/4/2020 in Local Columns

With a bit of imagination you could say that last fall our bees gave us a preview of the pandemic now besetting us. Suddenly they started dying in large numbers. I would walk out mornings to find piles of dead honeybees on the ground around the hives. Not only was it confounding, it was heart-wrenching. These thousands of small flying creatures were our pets.


Voice of the people: Ross Whitwam



Voice of the people: John Henry Smith



Voice of the people: Lee Roy Lollar



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