Monthly Archives: May 2018

Time to Ridicule Legislative Leaders?

Good leaders plan ahead. You find versions of this truism in most leadership bestsellers. In particular, Stephen Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” says “begin with the end in mind;” Legendary coach John Wooden’s “Wooden on Leadership” says “You … Continue reading

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White Space the Solution for Rural Broadband?

White space surrounding rural folks across Mississippi may be the solution to closing our digital divide. Huh? Well, “white space refers to the unused broadcasting frequencies in the wireless spectrum,” according to techrepublic.com. Huh? Okay, it’s basically unused TV channels. … Continue reading

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Primaries for Harper Seat Coming June 5th

June 5th primaries to begin choosing who will fill the 3rd District congressional seat abandoned by Rep. Gregg Harper are six weeks away. Six candidates are seeking the Republican nomination, two the Democratic nomination. With no other significant races on … Continue reading

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