Hot-car deaths: Err on mercy’s side
Grenada attorney Carlos Moore has a habit of overplaying the race card when representing his clients. He charges racism so often that after a while it’s easy to dismiss his knee-jerk allegations.
It’s difficult, … Read more
With Donald Trump continuing to be an unkind, no decency human being, I feel the Republicans such as Paul Ryan and a huge list of others should adopt a theme song for the 2016 election and maybe apply it to … Read more
We count on the mail
By Chip Hutcheson
President/National Newspaper Association and
Publisher/The Times Leader, Princeton, KY
I got the mail today.
A couple of bills. A greeting card. Some catalogs. A newspaper. One package that my wife grabbed right … Read more
As I said I will be writing weekly columns about the newspapers that serve you for the next few weeks. My first column about letters to the editor hopefully clarified any questions readers have had. Also, I used Charlie Mitchell’s … Read more
Will optimism prevail in election?
It is typical in most presidential elections that the party in power paints a positive view of the state of the country, while the challenger is negative.
One notable exception to this rule was the … Read more
I wanted to publicize a recent donation made to the Eupora library: my favorite, “The Death of Innocence,” about the murder of a black boy who was accused of whistling at a white woman. Also, a great inspiration, … Read more
Late in the game for tax study
The minds of the Republican leadership in Jackson work in some strange and mysterious ways.
Republicans take total control of the Capitol, pass an estimated 40 tax-cutting measures over five years worth $760 … Read more
I am writing this to clarify last week’s column and to address the questions I received.
No, I don’t support Hillary Clinton. Yes, she has done some terrible things also. Her policies as Secretary of State got four Americans killed … Read more
From Press Reports
Mothers play an essential role in protecting their children from the impact of tobacco. Tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure are a leading cause of death among women.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, … Read more
State faces another high-tech bust Mississippi’s track record so far in bankrolling high-tech start-ups is not looking too good.
A few years ago, it put $27.7 million into the Twin Creeks solar-panel plant in Tate County that quickly went bust. … Read more