Monthly Archives: December 2012

Blame Will Save the Day

To anyone paying attention it’s pretty clear that things are out of balance in America. And, the longer things stay out of balance, the longer and harder it will be to get things back into balance. Our national debt and … Continue reading

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Pleaders and Plodders Dominate Public Leadership

In tough times we expect strong leadership from public officials. These days our officials come from one of three types: leaders, pleaders, and plodders. Leaders are those who get things done. We still see them at the local and state … Continue reading

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WSJ Report Card Dings Mississippi

Mississippi ranked 40th in the Wall Street Journal’s “The Best and Worst Run States in America.” Among neighboring states only Louisiana ranked lower at 41st. Alabama ranked 28th, Arkansas 32nd, and Tennessee 12th. Nationwide, North Dakota ranked first while California … Continue reading

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