Monthly Archives: November 2017

Reeves’ Budget Plan Risky for Teachers and Retirees

State economist Darrin Webb projects state general fund revenues will fall for the third consecutive year. That’s unusual. According to the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, declines of just two years in a row “have only occurred four previous times since … Continue reading

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Put the Spotlight on Big Business to Grow U.S. Jobs

President Trump and Republican leaders in Congress should add one small thing to the tax reform bill to truly help make American great again. In case you haven’t noticed, corporate earnings are driving the stock market to record highs. Across … Continue reading

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Big Contributors Aggressively Pursuing (Buying?) Tax Cuts

Steve Bannon recently met with mega Republican political contributor Bernie Marcus and heard him complain “for hours about the lack of return on his investment,” reported Politico.com. A decade before becoming Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, whose family has helped … Continue reading

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