I write in response to the Jan. 21 editorial in which The Dispatch calls upon me to veto the vote of the majority of the Columbus City Council to appoint Oscar Lewis Columbus chief of police.
On a spring day 41 years ago, I climbed on a Honda CD750 and headed west. After a winter living in the Northeast, I was ready to embrace the wide-open spaces. The farthest west I'd been was New Mexico. I wanted to see California, swim in the Pacific.
At first it seemed too weirdly awful to be true, but there she was: Sarah Palin standing next to Donald Trump on Tuesday and endorsing him for president.
The lights are burning late in Davos tonight.
Tax is a four-letter word in Mississippi, especially among those who self-identify as Conservative.
It is the 15th year since the creation of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership (GSDP).
Former governor Sarah Palin is an intelligent person, contrary to how liberals have tried to portray her.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith has never vetoed a city council decision. It's time for Smith to use that power.
It was in April of 2014 that the water turned bad.
Eighteenth Century British essayist Samuel Johnson once observed of a friend who was planning to re-marry a few years after his first marriage ended badly, "It is a triumph of hope over experience."
So you say you want a daddy for your president?
For the past couple of years, the regular meetings of the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors have been largely tranquil gatherings.
It is Twelfth Night. Beneath a balcony in the French Quarter, we listen as dignitaries high above welcome Joan of Arc and the start of Carnival season.
As a general rule, I loathe both Holocaust and slavery comparisons.
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