Read more in...
3 days ago by Special Report.
A very important piece of legislation flew under the radar this session and was signed into law just as quietly. House Bill 196, better known ... Read more
In his “interim” national security document issued in March, President Joe Biden sounded sharp concerns about China, and he ramped up that tough talk in ... Read more
This past year presented so many different challenges and obstacles that tested our strength and resiliency. The COVID-19 pandemic forced us as Mississippians to cope ... Read more
I appreciate it when people are honest with me. I don’t always like what they say, but I do appreciate honesty. “You are an odd ... Read more
Taking an ironic cue from the “sanctuary” movement used by mostly liberal communities that decided to take stands against enforcement and implementation of federal and ... Read more
Tuesday was May the Fourth, a day that holds special significance for me, and not just because I am a Star Wars nerd. Eight years ... Read more
I am a numbers guy. I always have been. But I have to tell you that as State Treasurer, I have some concerns about the ... Read more
Someone told me yesterday, “Food memories are strong. You don’t forget the good ones.” We were talking about foods from our childhoods that we didn’t ... Read more
Professional book critics usually squirm uncomfortably in their reviews when author John Grisham gets out of the more familiar mold of legal thrillers with unexpected ... Read more
Throughout April, as part of Financial Education Month, I have been writing about ways families can improve their financial literacy and savings skills. What we ... Read more