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Voice of the people: Bob Altman



Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett



Bernard Goldberg: Say the wrong thing and you can get fired. Google it.

Posted 8/11/2017 in National Columns

On CNBC, an entrepreneur named Marcus Lemonis was asked what kind of people he prefers to hire for his businesses.



Our View: Will it improve our lives? Is the city being prudent?

Posted 8/10/2017 in Dispatch Editorials

When it comes to taxes, reasonable people understand the basic principle that the public services we rely on do not fall out of the sky like manna from heaven.



Leonard Pitts: Jeff Flake's 'conservative conscience'

Posted 8/10/2017 in National Columns

The book pulls no punches.



Steve Chapman: Shutting out foreign workers would cost American jobs

Posted 8/10/2017 in National Columns

Donald Trump is a businessman who has routinely hired foreign guest workers to staff his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, claiming it's impossible to find Americans to do the work.


Slimantics: Wicker determined to hew party line on health insurance

Posted 8/9/2017 in Local Columns

Roger Wicker is a pleasant fellow. Polite, earnest, quick to smile.


Charlie Mitchell: 'Certainties' include universal health care

Posted 8/9/2017 in Local Columns

There are certain certainties we accept: death and taxes.



Our View: Childlike wonder, let's have more of it

Posted 8/8/2017 in Dispatch Editorials

In Sunday's edition, Lifestyles editor Jan Swoope told the story of Erik Studdard, a Columbus graphic artist with a passion for toy photography, which involves staging small toy characters in scenes, then photographing them.



Froma Harrop: Read this and weep: Pence for president

Posted 8/8/2017 in National Columns

President Mike Pence. The words do not trip lightly off the tongue.



Patrick Buchanan: After the coup, what then?

Posted 8/8/2017 in National Columns

That the Trump presidency is bedeviled is undeniable.


Possumhaw: In the quiet of nighttime

Posted 8/7/2017 in Local Columns

The moon was at the half and glowed so bright its reflection on the truck's window shone like a flashlight. I was outside under the pear tree waiting for Harry, the cat, to zoom by so I could grab him. It's a game we play most nights. While waiting, I picked up pears dropped by the squirrels and tucked them in the hem of my shirt.


Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett



Charlie Mitchell: Business mogul, management consultant and poet

Posted 8/7/2017 in National Columns

Almost-native son James Autry ought to be known better in Mississippi. He's "almost-native" because while he grew up in Benton County, he was actually born in Memphis. I suppose that means Tennessee can claim him, too.



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