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When President Trump targets the online giant Amazon for criticism, his aim is off.
The president says the company has too big of a lobbying operation.
Maybe so, but that’s protected by the First Amendment. Besides, can Amazon’s lobbying really be that much larger than other big corporations?
I f it seems like Mississippi has traveled this ground before, it’s because it has.
A federal lawsuit filed last week asks a judge to prevent the Gulf Coast city of Ocean Springs from flying the state flag, claiming it is “racially demeaning and hostile” because it includes the Confederate battle emblem.
M y buddy Coach Jimmy Mangum has been after me for a while to visit his new camp and go fishing with him.
It wasn’t a do-nothing session for the Mississippi Legislature, but it was close. The two major items legislative leaders planned to address when they arrived in Jackson in January are, three months later, still unresolved.
W ow is the best word to explain the fun and golf that was had on this past week’s golf excursion.
L A Open, because it sounds impressive, was held this past week. This was the largest group ever to participate. L A is short for Lower Alabama and this year’s group had 20 of us with Simpson County ties.
It’s no surprise that the Mississippi House and Senate appear unable to agree on how to put more money into highways, since both chambers proposed ideas that tried to find the money indirectly.
I t is certainly noteworthy that in choosing Alfred Rankins Jr. as Mississippi’s next commissioner of higher education, the state College Board made him the first black person to hold the position of great influence and responsibility.
Mayor Dale Berry reported at last Monday’s Magee Board of Aldermen meeting that participation in the Mayor’s Youth Council is lacking and attendance is off.