Years ago, Mississippi Public Broadcasting decided to air a live "town hall" on a topic.
The word of the day is "commencement," a timely choice since in the coming weeks, graduates of our high schools and colleges will become acquainted with all the things this word entails.
Another black boy was killed by police, this time in Texas. His name was Jordan Edwards.
Tuesday, municipal elections were held in the Golden Triangle, not that most folks seem to care.
Hours shy of his 100th day in power, President Trump strides into the Oval Office. The energy in the world's most famous room changes instantly and perceptibly as he sits down.
Rarely are residents of any community reluctant to express their opinion on local issues.
For many years now, I have been making the case that bias in the news is not the result of a conspiracy, despite what some friends on the right may think.
Reports that Barack Obama will receive $400,000 for a speech at a Wall Street health conference have produced some violent finger-wagging by populists on the left.
One morning Sam stepped out on the front porch with his .22 in arm; a shot rang out, a coyote skipped across the field, while two kittens sat sphinxlike on the porch steps watching.
Never mind the wall that President Trump said Mexico must pay for but then Congress must pay for; either that or much of the working class loses its health coverage. Oh, he's dropped that? Well, it made for a lively 24 hours.
So often when we think of the grand beauty of nature, we think of impressive sights such as Niagara Falls or the Grand Canyon.
On Saturday afternoon, on a whim, I drove out to the Island to see what remained of the former KiOR plant.
Look, I'm the guy who once called her a "viperous harridan," OK?
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