Monthly Archives: November 2014

Governor Will Help Shape Next Year’s Elections

Now that Senate race shenanigans have ended, the state’s political focus turns to next year’s statewide elections. Will Governor Phil Bryant be challenged? By a fellow Republican or a strong Democrat? Will Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves be challenged? Or Secretary … Continue reading

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Super Wealthy “Shape” Our Politics

Forty-two super wealthy individuals gave $200 million to super PACs to “shape” midterm elections, according to USA Today. That was nearly one-third of the $615 million accumulated by all super PACs for the 2014 elections. Most of this money sought … Continue reading

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Pence Chooses Medicaid Solution over Rhetoric

Most real TEA Partiers know of Mike Pence. The uncompromising champion of lower taxes, smaller government, and earmark reform, Pence served six terms in Congress, including time as chairman of the hard-core conservative Republican Study Group. He was a member … Continue reading

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