Monthly Archives: October 2017

Real Conservative Leaders Get Things Done

Lots of political yammer about who’s a real conservative and who’s not. So, how do you tell? Lee Edwards of the Heritage Foundation’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies calls the late William F. Buckley, Jr. “the St. Paul … Continue reading

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Is Amazon Becoming the New Local Job Killer?

Rural communities just thought Wal-Mart was the great job killer. Now comes Amazon. “If Amazon continues to grow its business by $20 billion a year, the annual toll of lost jobs for merchants, buyers and cashiers will be in the … Continue reading

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State Contract Review Process Still Floundering

Just when you thought it might finally be safe to swim in Mississippi’s contractual storm waters, the MDE and Mississippi True contracts erupted. As reported by The Clarion-Ledger, “both State Auditor Stacey Pickering and the state’s legislative watchdog ‘PEER’ committee … Continue reading

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