STARKVILLE — Like most Americans watching this surreal presidential election cycle evolve, I find the current race for the U.S. presidency to be at once fascinating and disturbing. Kind of like the buzz of a mosquito as one is attempting to drift off to sleep.
PHILADELPHIA, Miss. — When Ronald Reagan, the erstwhile Hollywood actor and governor of California came to the Neshoba County Fair in 1980 as the Republican nominee for president, he dressed the part.
STARKVILLE – Despite the high-decibel discussions in either opposition to Big Government in among Republicans in Cleveland, Ohio, or the coming embrace of it by Democrats in Philadelphia at the national party conventions, people welcome big government when it comes to fightin
STARKVILLE – I read a Jackson newspaper story about the predictable lament in the Leake County hamlet of Walnut Grove over the closing of the Walnut Grove Correctional Facility — a private prison that had been one of the economic mainstays of the town.
STARKVILLE — The judicial decision written by U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves in striking down Mississippi’s House Bill 1523 was eloquent, persuasive, and powerful — and at the same time entirely predictable and in keeping with the prevailing federal judicial winds.