Monthly Archives: January 2019

Snyder and Foster Open Door to Constructive Conservatism

There is political language used to divide us. There is political language used to unite us.   Our founding fathers utilized the language of unity.   “E Pluribus Unum,” the motto emblazoned on the Great Seal of the United States … Continue reading

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Is Mississippi in Its Best Financial Shape Ever?

State revenue collections are running ahead of target. The state rainy day fund and other reserves are full of cash. Agency budget cuts appear to be behind us. Pointing to all this, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said “Mississippi is in … Continue reading

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Prerequisite for Brain Power Is Brain Development

“Area’s with brain power have a competitive advantage over other areas,” I researched and wrote in a column 16 years ago. “Brain power is the gold of the 21st Century in America.” I recalled this column after reading a recent … Continue reading

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2019 Will Be a Big Year for Mississippi Politics

It’s upon us, the new year, the much anticipated big political year for Mississippi. Yep, 2019 is the year when most state, regional, and local officials will be up for re-election and/or replacement. But, the really big thing will be … Continue reading

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U.S. Beacon of Hope Going Dim this Christmas?

Oh the glamour and sizzle of the Christmas season in America – parades and decorations, sales and bargains, parties and special events. Then, comes Christmas morning with presents under the glistening tree with carols playing as the aromas from the … Continue reading

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