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The Southern Education Foundation’s mission is to advance equity and excellence in education for all students in the South, particularly...
The crux (pun intended) of Christianity is the cross. Christianity teaches that God’s standard is perfection and that even the best people violate that standard. Because God is both infinitely just and infinitely merciful, he became man in the person of Jesus, lived a perfect life and died a horrific death so that we need […]
The cult centered on “global warming” alarmism is getting hot under the collar. People seem to have stopped paying attention and polls show “climate change” barely registers on a list of voters’ concerns. This can only mean, as losing politicians like to say, that their message isn’t getting through. What to do? Why, shout louder, […]
Do you agree that adolescents in the juvenile justice system have little chance for success without adequate education?
TVA CEO Bill Johnson toured some of Northeast Mississippi’s major industries and sites Wednesday, all part of an affirmation that the Tennessee Valley Authority remains committed to economic development in its seven-state region. TVA, still celebrating its 80th anniversary, had at its inception in 1933 economic development in the Tennessee Valley region as part of […]
A half century after he enacted two landmark civil rights laws during his presidency, Lyndon Baines Johnson was honored last week by what is known as the “president’s club.” The “club” includes the nation’s current president and three former presidents. All four heaped lavish praise on LBJ for his historic legislative accomplishments – laws which […]
One approaches the race fray with trepidation, but here we go, tippy-toe. The race cards have been flying so fast and furious lately, one can hardly tell the kings from the queens. Leading the weird lately has been Democratic Alabama state Rep. Alvin Holmes, who called Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and Sen. Tim Scott […]
Does TVA commit enough resources to regionwide economic development?
The Mississippi Department of Transportation has planned a “regional dialogue” at The Link Centre in Tupelo on April 22 to discuss “mobility” issues – more precisely defined as various kinds of bus service that might be needed in the area. The event at the Link Centre Reception Hall, 1800 W. Main St., begins at 10 […]
The June 3 election where state Sen. Chris McDaniel of Ellisville is challenging incumbent U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran most likely will produce the largest Republican Party primary turnout in the state’s history. In the 2012 Republican Party primary for president, 294,100 people voted in the election won by Mitt Romney. People voting in the Republican […]