Monthly Archives: December 2010

Dance of the Sugar Plum Politicians

Ho, ho, ho. No, no, that’s not Santa Claus. Those are chuckles at the spectacle of sugar plum politicians as they dance around potent issues. The Washington Post featured the new dance of our own Senator Roger Wicker last week. … Continue reading

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Republicans Dumping Austerity for Stimulus II

Austerity reigns in Europe. Britain, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Belgium, Denmark, and The Netherlands are slashing budgets and raising fees. Even France and Germany are tightening up. All to rein-in deficits. Austerity in America is what the President’s … Continue reading

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Tell Haley to Run

Everybody wonders if Haley Barbour is going to run for president. At church, in the coffee shop, at the bank, at Habitat, everywhere the question pops up. Wrong question. Wrong approach. Ever miss a boat, a train, an airplane? One … Continue reading

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New Presidents Face Disappointing Ayers Settlement

Good luck to Carolyn Meyers and Christopher Brown. The seasoned Meyers and the scholarly Brown have been named by the College Board to head Jackson State University and Alcorn State University, respectively. The black educators step into challenging jobs just … Continue reading

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