Monthly Archives: February 2012

Repudiate Teen Pregnancy Says Governor

Calling Mississippi’s nation-leading teen pregnancy rate an “epidemic,” Governor Phil Bryant said, “Churches, schools, community organizations and most importantly, families, must realize that the highest teen pregnancy rate in America will eventually cripple our state.” He challenged Mississippians to become … Continue reading

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Teen Pregnancy and lllegitimate Births Need Attention

Did you catch the subtle divergence between governors as they discussed the problems of teen pregnancy and illegitimate births in Mississippi? In his first month, Governor Phil Bryant said, “We can no longer pretend that teen pregnancy and illegitimacy are … Continue reading

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Military Cuts and BRAC to Challenge Leaders

The late and former Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Mike Boorda, sat next to his boss, Secretary of the Navy John Dalton. Under oath, they were testifying at the final hearing of the Defense Base Closure and Realignment (BRAC) Commission … Continue reading

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Restoration Spurs Renewal in East Mississippi

Choctaw tribal chief Phyliss Anderson restored and reopened Phillip M’s at the Pearl River Resort last week. She also signaled her intent to renew the economic policies so successfully implemented by the restaurant’s namesake. “Under the visionary leadership of our … Continue reading

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