The Mississippi Legislature moved with impressive speed this past weekend to change the state flag. But the hard part — the work to bring more unity to the state and especially finding ways to significantly improve the state — is going to take years and possibly decades.
It’s a strange time for America. Perhaps a wake-up call is in the works for those paying attention.
In some cities and states we are seeing two opposing governing extremes from duly elected local and state officials.
Editor's note: This editorial obviously was written and set for publication prior to the release of the FBI's findings on the NASCAR "noose." A follow-up opinion piece from the same writer is listed elsewhere here under the headline, "The noose that wasn
Sunday, May 14, is Flag Day in the United States.
According to Wikipedia, the observance “commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777, by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. ...
McCOMB — When the subject arises of allowing any Mississippi voter to cast a ballot in advance of an election day for any reason, the objections appears to be that it would invite fraud or that it would unfairly help Democratic candidates.