Monthly Archives: April 2012

No Rand Heroes on November Card

Moochers and looters are destroying America. Many agree with this view today. But it comes from politically incorrect author Ayn Rand in her epic 1957 work “Atlas Shrugged.” Early on, many Tea Party members ardently embraced Rand and her championship … Continue reading

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Workforce Development Touted, But Underfunded

Mississippi’s top leaders touted the importance of workforce development last week. It started with Jim Barksdale, interim executive director of the Mississippi Development Authority, continued with Speaker of the House Phillip Gunn and Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves, and concluded with … Continue reading

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YourTown Mississippi Could Save Small Towns

In 1973, Memphis, MS, incorporated as a village in DeSoto County. The 2000 Census showed the village with a population of 87. But, in 2004, what was the Memphis incorporated area became part of the Town of Walls. As I … Continue reading

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Lively Politics, Lousy Governance from Washington

There were no trumpets or fanfares. Celebration bands don’t march for commonsense, compromise proposals in Congress any more. You might have heard the crash, though. It occurred in resounding fashion last week. That’s when the latest bipartisan budget proposal tanked. … Continue reading

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