Monthly Archives: June 2014

Ingalls’ Next Ship Depends on Cochran’s Clout

Who knew the House Appropriations Committee would rush to load the gun for Jackson County voters? Last week I wrote that Jackson County voters played Russian roulette with their economic future by voting for challenger Chris McDaniel over Senator Thad … Continue reading

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Jackson County Voters Risk Ingalls Jobs

Wow! Jackson County went for Chris McDaniel over Thad Cochran in the Senate Republican primary, putting the jobs of relatives, friends, and neighbors at risk. Talk about killing the goose that lays the golden eggs. No county is more dependent … Continue reading

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Leadership Recipes Can Improve Communities

Ever messed up a recipe? Worked hard. Did most everything right. But, your final result was…well, you can remember the words they used. Community projects can have the same results. People work hard. They do most everything right. But, the … Continue reading

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Primary Intensifies Republican/Tea Party Division

Let’s embalm Wednesday, June 4th as O Day. Because it will be Over, it being the Republican primary for U.S. Senate. The back to back to back TV ads will be Over. The incessant emails, social media messages, and robo-calls … Continue reading

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Modernized Talent Supply Chain Needed

You’ve heard of supply chains, right? They begin with raw materials, transmogrify into component parts, then assemble into Toyotas, Subway Sandwiches, AT&T networks, and sometimes pitched battles. Yes, the military relies upon supply chains. Materiel must be at the right … Continue reading

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