There will always be reminders of the devastation that occurred Monday, April 28 yet I hope those reminders will be of how a community pulled together and rebuilt itself from the dust. In some places where homes once … Read more
As race becomes less of a factor in opportunity in American society, it is natural that the country would gravitate away from affirmative action programs that were designed to make up for the inequities … Read more
The State Department took the path of least resistance on Friday, saying it would extend its review of the Keystone XL pipeline project to give other federal agencies more time to contribute their … Read more
Common Core, the national education standards that Mississippi and 44 other states adopted, has been misunderstood and mischaracterized by both the right and the left.
The right, led by the tea party faction of … Read more
Praise the Lord everyone. What a mighty God we serve. How worthy he is of all our praise. If you are a Christian, everything about our lives and existence is wrapped up in God. Why wouldn’t we want to worship … Read more
To the people of Louisville yall don’t like Vincent Triplett so yall don’t like me Patsy Higgins/ Triplett I didn’t come down here for no one to like me are Vincent see cause we choose to live our life the … Read more