Monthly Archives: July 2014

Reagan Defined Civil Society – Order with Virtue

Last week’s column declared that it’s every patriot’s duty to work hard to keep our national fabric whole. “What does ‘national fabric’ mean?” the questioner asked. That which binds us together as Americans – beginnings, behaviors, and beliefs – knits … Continue reading

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Patriots’ Duty: Keep National Fabric Whole

Every Independence Day, words and symbols from our Founders captivate me. There is the preamble to the Declaration of Independence, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator … Continue reading

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Say Good-bye to Open Primaries

Once upon a time, Mississippians were fiercely independent. We didn’t want any outsiders telling us what to do. We also wanted to “vote for the man, not the party.” That has changed and is about to change more. Chris McDaniel’s … Continue reading

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Clear Choice on Tuesday

So, on Tuesday we get a clear choice. We can pick the candidate who wants to save America from Thad Cochran, or the candidate who wants to save Mississippi from Chris McDaniel. To hear McDaniel and his Tea Party cronies … Continue reading

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