As far as self-isolation goes, there’s no better place to practice it than a front porch in springtime. The few I frequent have had more ... Read more
7 hours ago by Kim Henderson.
Mississippi legislators are supposed to set a state spending plan before the new fiscal year begins July 1. The coronavirus pandemic has scrambled most of ... Read more
1 day ago by Special Report.
Before I was born, my mother was. That was sure convenient. I was born in 1970, and my mother was born some years prior to ... Read more
1 day ago by Brett Campbell.
“I done had all I can take and I can’t takes no more…” — Popeye Here’s a radical notion: Why don’t we — just as ... Read more
5 days ago by Special Report.
Talk about grand entrances. Our newest grandguy decided to make his five weeks early in the middle of a pandemic. I just wonder what he ... Read more
6 days ago by Kim Henderson.
A lot of Mississippians are lying awake at night these days, worried about their loved ones, worried about their health, worried about their jobs and ... Read more
6 days ago by Special Report.
The Mississippi Capitol is a germ and virus factory during any normal legislative session because of all the glad-handing, back-slapping and random hugging. It was ... Read more
1 week ago by Special Report.
I say I’m a cynical person. A man who is not surprised by how ignorance and greed and the basest, most vile nature of man ... Read more
1 week ago by Brett Campbell.
Being a rural state without a large metropolitan area has been a vexing problem for Mississippi, but in this latest world crisis, it is a ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Special Report.
We are together in a moment of great uncertainty. It is a time when all of our lives are being disrupted as we come together ... Read more