In a Fourth of July spectacle in Washington that blurred the lines between patriotic celebration and political preening, President Donald Trump thankfully steered clear of turning his speech on the Washington Mall Thursday into a brazen re-election pitch.
A lawsuit that claims Mississippi is violating the free-speech rights of vegetarian food producers was inevitable.
A board that oversees millions of dollars in state emergency communication funds continues to stymie efforts for transparency, leaving just one question to be answered: what is this group trying to hide?
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves maintains Mississippi’s graduation rate has risen to the national average over the past five years because the state has held students to higher standards.
Despite the criticism of the Electoral College that arises every time there is a close presidential election, it has a legitimate purpose: to keep huge population centers from dictating who holds the White House.
A lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of how Mississippi’s charter schools are funded reflects a misperception about what exactly charter schools are.
Mississippi Republicans who are running for office got the best possible news recently in a report from the Legislative Budget Office.
One troubling aspect of the Mississippi Legislature is the Republican majority’s willingness to reduce funding for social services.
The good news is that another 3,000 third-graders have gotten a high enough score on Mississippi’s reading test to advance to the fourth grade.
During this year’s dramatic surge in measles, much of the attention has been on parents who invoke religious or philosophical exemptions to keep their children from being vaccinated.