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Steve Chapman: Why young Americans are drawn to socialism

Posted 5/19/2018 in National Columns

Capitalism has been the most dynamic force for economic progress in history.

 

 

Adriana Cohen: Israel has no friend in Democrats

Posted 5/19/2018 in National Columns

Do Democrats truly stand for democracy, LGBT and women's rights, or even freedom?

 

 

Leonard Pitts: For some, 'faith' has little to do with Jesus

Posted 5/19/2018 in National Columns

Today, we will discuss one of the most pressing threats to American Christianity. Meaning, of course, American Christians.

 

Partial to Home: A country funeral

Posted 5/19/2018 in Local Columns

We are standing in the graveyard of a country church talking in hushed voices, about 60 of us. Hollywood could not have come up with a more beautiful setting for a funeral.

 

Other editors: Hall right about super long rigs

Posted 5/19/2018 in National Columns

Dick Hall is a person worth listening to when it comes to transportation issues not just in Mississippi but across the country.

 

Ask Rufus: Tales to be told

Posted 5/19/2018 in Local Columns

Recently I have been working on a project that involves Friendship Cemetery here in Columbus.

Slimantics: 'Identity politics' takes on different meaning with Sherman

Posted 5/18/2018 in Local Columns

Howard Sherman has lived, off and on, in Meridian for the past 18 years.

 

Jiben Roy: Our lives hang in the balance but...

Posted 5/18/2018 in Local Columns

Recently the day our spring semester ended, I started walking back home happily from my office.

 

 

Voice of the people: Joel Vig

 

 

Our View: It's time for the public to embrace the possibilities for CMSD

Posted 5/17/2018 in Dispatch Editorials

The Columbus Municipal School District will soon have a new superintendent of schools, its fourth since 2012.

 

 

Steve Chapman: Sports betting will complete the gambling revolution

Posted 5/17/2018 in National Columns

We think of revolutions as sudden, spectacular events, much like earthquakes or erupting volcanoes that transform the landscape overnight. But sometimes they occur so slowly and quietly that it's possible to overlook how much change they bring about.

 

 

Larry Elder: Democrats' War on Capitalism

Posted 5/16/2018 in National Columns

Hillary Clinton recently offered yet another reason why she lost her second consecutive race for the presidency: capitalism.

 

 

Froma Harrop: California keeps the faith on climate, replacing Washington

Posted 5/16/2018 in National Columns

Many on the right insist that California's tough environmental rules are strangling its businesses.

 

 

Our View: Driving the mayor is not an appropriate use of overtime

Posted 5/15/2018 in Dispatch Editorials

For the past 80 years, overtime pay has been a standard practice in the workplace.

 

 

Steve Chapman: McCain has chosen not to forgive and forget. Can you really blame him?

Posted 5/15/2018 in National Columns

If you want to lose faith in humanity, just glance at a few of the many angry comments posted on social media, especially the ones published under a political column.

 

 

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