A lot of Mississippians are happy with our existing state of affairs.
A New year! 2018. Mississippi is not off to a good start. The Census Department is reporting that our state has lost population three years in a row. The losses are just a few thousand, but it means for the first time in 50 years, Mississippi has stopped growing.
Mississippi Power Company has some of the highest electricity rates in the state, but that's not stopping them from asking for more.
On Sunday, Mississippi will celebrate its bicentennial. It's been 200 years since the founding of our state.
As the deadline for procurement reform looms, local governments and contractors are pushing back. It would be a huge mistake if the Legislature caves.
A friend of mine recently sent me an email about President Obama's daughter, Malia.
As fall approaches, the days get shorter with increasing rapidity.
Mississippi is a small state where people are closely connected. I got to know Bo Eaton because my wife Ginny "used to rock me to sleep" as his babysitter in Taylorsville, Miss.
In April, I predicted a cool summer because winter had been so warm. Law of averages. Turns out, I was right.
I thought nothing regarding the Kemper power plant could surprise me anymore, but I was wrong.
Another birthday. Time for my annual rumination about life.
Forty-six million dollars a year is a lot to save just by flipping a switch.
Of late a few people have commented on my political views, believing I have become less conservative. I find it amusing.
The announcement that Southern Company was throwing in the towel on Kemper's lignite gasification came as no surprise.
The Declaration of Independence was written by five men: John Adams, Roger Sherman, Robert Livingston, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin.
Mississippi voters need to get up to speed on the debate about highway funding. There's a lot of money on the line.
How much money? TRIP, a national transportation research group, just completed a study claiming deficient roads are costing Mississippians $2.9 billion a year in vehicle repairs, traffic delays and crashes. That's about $1,500 per vehicle.
In a world changing at an ever-increasing pace, the spring convocation of the Delta Council stands as a monument to the old days.
So now Jackson will have yet another mayor. Let's pray he's a good one.
Marshall Fisher, the new head of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, is about as true blue a law enforcement professional as you will ever find.
Wouldn't you love to sell something for $50 million and only be required to pay back $5 million if you failed to deliver? What a deal.
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