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Voice of the people: James Hodges



Mona Charen: Breaking news: Not everything is terrible

Posted 10/17/2020 in National Columns

We devote a lot of mental energy to things that are going wrong or could go wrong. It's human nature.



Sherry Ivy: The Lord is a keeper

Posted 10/17/2020 in Local Columns

The Lord is our keeper, and He can keep us in whatever ways we need Him to keep us. He's a watchful keeper; He keeps us on a twenty-four hour guard duty protecting us from danger.


Ask Rufus: The Strange Story of the W.H. Gardner

Posted 10/17/2020 in Local Columns

One of my favorite ghost stories is that of the phantom steamboat, the Eliza Battle. It is a story based on the actual horrific loss of the steamer on the Tombigbee River in 1858. Almost forgotten, though, is the almost as deadly burning in 1887 of another Columbus-Mobile steamboat, the W.H. Gardner.


Our view: The role of board unifier falls to Hairston

Posted 10/16/2020 in Local Columns

On Thursday, the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors chose a new board president.



Other editors: Important vote ahead of us in flag vote

Posted 10/16/2020 in National Columns

Three statewide referendums will be on the Nov. 3 ballot, and leading up to the election, we are breaking down each referendum. This week we're focusing on the proposed state flag.



Froma Harrop: Odd couples of political convenience

Posted 10/16/2020 in National Columns

The New Yorker magazine asked a typical New Yorker magazine question: "Should progressives trust" The Lincoln Project?



Our View: Local governments, like businesses, need to find a healthy balance

Posted 10/15/2020 in Dispatch Editorials



Armstrong Williams: President Trump's two types of supporters

Posted 10/15/2020 in National Columns

Tens of millions of people from all walks of life across the United States support President Donald Trump. Men and women. Wealthy and poor. Black, white, brown and every skin tone in between.



Other Editors: Saints star better know better

Posted 10/15/2020 in National Columns

Four months ago, New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas didn't hesitate to knock his teammate, Drew Brees, when the quarterback said he believed kneeling during the national anthem was disrespectful.



Our View: Compared to national elections, local elections are refreshing

Posted 10/14/2020 in Local Columns



Leonard Pitts Jr.: Whitmer plot and cultural entitlement

Posted 10/14/2020 in National Columns

White people often do not understand white people.



Mona Charen: The world's brokest billionaire

Posted 10/14/2020 in National Columns

Seated at the breakfast table, scanning The New York Times story on Trump's taxes, I said to my husband, "We have a greater net worth than Donald Trump." He knitted his brow.



Slimantics: Barrett confirmation hearing is a spectacle I'm not watching

Posted 10/13/2020 in National Columns

On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee began hearing on a Supreme Court nomination that may fundamentally change the American landscape like no other.



Froma Harrop: Armies of the dysfunctional

Posted 10/13/2020 in National Columns

After his girlfriend booted him out of her place, Adam Fox found refuge in a storage space under a vacuum shop. There, he reportedly lived with an emotional support dog and smoked pot.



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