Here’s a grim report from The Washington Post website to start the new year: “According to the health-insurance company Cigna, loneliness and social isolation are rampant in the United States today.
What would you give? Is there anything or anyone you would give everything for? This week we pause as a nation to give thanks. Some of us will thank others, some will thank God, some will thank something, and others won’t give thanks for many reasons.
This past weekend in the Mississippi Delta, a group of people gathered for the placement of yet another historical marker at the location where historians believe Emmett Till’s body was found in the Tallahatchie River.
Polls can be one way to assess the possible results of an upcoming election. But campaign finance reports are another way, and the latest ones show that when it comes to money, Republican nominee Tate Reeves still has more of it.
America has a poor record of accomplishment when it comes to blanket government prohibitions, yet that doesn’t mean lawmakers will use history as a guide in future decisions. The latest example: vaping.
As this term of the Mississippi Public Service Commission (“MPSC”) ends in December and two of the three commissioners will not return in January, the epitaph for the four year term could read “In Like A Lion, Out Like A Lamb”. Given that Mississippi has the unique national