Monthly Archives: July 2019

Will Humdinger Primary Finally Yield a Republican Attorney General?

The last and only Republican to hold the office of Attorney General in Mississippi was George E. Harris back in 1877. As Republicans began their surge to take over statewide offices in the early 1990s, Mike Moore and Jim Hood … Continue reading

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Course Changes Needed for Mississippi? Yes or No

Happy with the way things are going in Mississippi and want to stay the course? Then Tate Reeves is probably your choice for Governor. Stay the course is pretty much his campaign message. Not so happy with the way things … Continue reading

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Political Ad Bombardment Coming as Aug. 6 Primaries Near

Four weeks. Only four more weeks until Mississippi’s August primaries. It will be a super quick four weeks if you’re a candidate. There’s just never enough time to do everything you meant to do, they told you to do, or … Continue reading

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Studies Show That Where You Live Matters

Where you live matters, they say. Let’s start with this from USA Today. “In a capitalist economy, like that of the United States, some level of income inequality is to be expected. In recent years, however, the increasing consolidation of … Continue reading

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Charter School Suit Exposes State Overreach

“People, not the government, know best how to take care of their own money,” is one of Gov. Phil Bryant’s favorite themes. You can see it reflected in his consistent opposition to federal government laws and regulations attempting to dictate … Continue reading

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Conservative Foster Pushing for Medicaid Reform

Successful DeSoto County small businessman Robert Foster is one of the more conservative members of the Mississippi Legislature, e.g. the American Conservative Union gave him a 95% “conservative” rating in 2018. Serving his first term as a state representative, Foster … Continue reading

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