The Enterprise-Tocsin has filed a complaint with the Mississippi Ethics Commission after North Sunflower Medical Center denied a public records request related to a private pharmacy under federal investigation that operated on its grounds.
Monday night I sat down and read Ralph McGill’s short book “A Church, a School.”
It’s a compilation of newspaper columns he wrote when he was editor of the Atlanta Constitution in 1958. He won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing in 1959 for that work.
Grumbling comes naturally to me. I suspect it might for you, too.
Common topics for me are high tax rates (those property tax bills are due at the end of the month), diet foods that offend my taste buds and the banal necessity of doing basic household chores.
Most of us like clearly defined good guys and bad guys, heroes and villains, in our stories.
The problem in real life is that no one is all good or all bad. As Atticus Finch wisely said, we need to take a walk in the other person’s shoes.