The Prairie has been unusually wild in the past week. A full-grown doe feeds in the middle of the sedge field in broad daylight. Her red hide shines in the sunlight. She ambles and nibbles, raising her head now and then as she stares with doe eyes.
I had a pickup truck. Her bloodline is not important, though I will say she was a 2001 and white in color.
In northeastern Lowndes County there is an old road now named Wolfe Road. That name is another example of people not knowing their own history.
Did the Russians pay the 2020 Democratic candidates to throw the 2020 election to President Donald Trump? Watching all four hours of the first Democratic debates, it became increasingly difficult to reach any other conclusion.
Five members of the U.S. women's soccer team -- plus its coach -- have publicly come out as lesbians.
Happy Fourth of July, the day we Americans set aside each summer to scare the bejeebers out of our house pets with explosives.
For almost two years now, the city of Starkville has made known its desire to annex portions of the county, most notably on the east side of town.
During the Thursday debate, Kamala Harris went straight for Joe Biden's jugular over his alleged failures on race matters. The day after, however, Keisha Lance Bottoms, the black mayor of arguably America's blackest city, Atlanta, endorsed Biden for the Democratic nomination.
It might surprise you to know that arid Arizona often has a flooding problem, one that it can do little to mitigate. Despite an average annual rainfall of eight inches, street flooding is a common occurrence during July, referred to as the monsoon season.
Go ahead, ask me what's on my bedside table. The usual... assorted reading material, maybe not current but not quite ready for tossing ...
3. Patrick Buchanan: Trump fuels a tribal war in Nancy's house NATIONAL COLUMNS
4. Editorial cartoon for 7-18-19 NATIONAL COLUMNS
5. Mona Charen: False racism accusations don't excuse the real thing NATIONAL COLUMNS