Where do we draw the line? If you're a college professor with tenure, can you say anything, no matter how hateful, and get away with it? Are there any limits to free speech on campus, especially at a public university where professors have First Amendment rights?
The baby Alfie Evans has died. Born in Liverpool with a degenerative brain condition, Alfie had been in a semi-vegetative state for over a year. Against his parents' wishes, the hospital took Alfie off ventilation.
Saturday's White House Correspondents' Association dinner, billed as a celebration of the First Amendment and a tribute to journalists who "speak truth to power," has to be the worst advertisement in memory for our national press corps.
Dear Sen. Marco Rubio: So I see where you came after me on Twitter. I'm flattered. Never knew you cared.
When the state legislature voted 30 years ago to vastly improve Mississippi's highways, they passed an 18 cent gas tax. It was the most logical way to fund the program.
Adam Armoush is, for the moment, the most famous Jewish victim in the world -- and he's not even Jewish.
Former Vice President Joe Biden recently told MSNBC's Rev. Al Sharpton that the GOP wants voter identification laws for one reason.
Bernie Sanders is back in the news, showing us all both his good side and the bad. Let's start with the good.
Every now and then a news item pops up that is so ridiculous that you figure it's just got to be fake news, somebody's idea of a joke.
When it comes to skilled trade jobs, Mississippi has a culture problem.
Playboy Enterprises just announced that it has purchased a table at this year's White House Correspondents Association dinner. Swell. Just what we need.
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