Monthly Archives: June 2011

All of ‘Em Stuck It to Us

Don’t trust ‘em. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. When it comes to government, politicians, and their supporting casts, don’t trust ‘em. Ironically, the U.S. government tells you that every day. Pull out your Patriot’s Bible and … Continue reading

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Clusters Next Step for Mississippi’s Economy?

GooGoo Cluster…yum! Military cluster…yuk! Industry cluster…what? We need an official “industry cluster” strategy for Mississippi. At least Blueprint Mississippi is considering such as a priority. Most states have one and Mississippi almost did. Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter introduced … Continue reading

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Freedoms’ Tools Serving Predators

Most human excrement we dump and pump through subsurface sewage systems for treatment out of sight. Few of us ever look down dark, damp, fetid, root-infested sewer manholes and fully sense that which sticks, clings, and avoids treatment. A more … Continue reading

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Money and Tactics to Heat Up State Politics

Primary elections are only nine weeks away. Time for state politics to heat up. For political junkies, candidates’ tactics will be all the rage. Yes, “tactics” not “strategies.” You see, there are four foundational strategies to successful politics that candidates … Continue reading

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