Aaron Rice is director of the Mississippi Justice Institute (MJI), an arm of the Mississippi Center for Public Policy, a conservative think tank.
Most Read News Articles
Olivia moore gives back to community through establishing city tennis camp.
When athletes make something look easy, they’re said to be “putting on a clinic.”
For Olivia Moore, she not only knows how to make tennis look easy on the court, she also knows how to put on a clinic. Literally.
There’s only one way that Mississippi is going to be able to raise the revenue it will take to sufficiently fix its deteriorating roads and bridges.
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves will have to lose his bid to be Mississippi’s next governor.
Thelma Sutton Ray, 82, and Johnnie Clifton Ray, 88, of Oxford, Mississippi, who devoted their lives to each other for nearly 65 years, passed away peacefully within 24 hours of each other, on Thursday, June 13 and Friday, June 14, 2019.
Two Ridgeland stores were hit with armed robberies within hours of each other on June 17.
Adrian Ready, a detective with Ridgeland Police Department, said that anonymous tips helped them solve one of the cases. However, that might not have been possible without a screen grab from surveillance camera footage.
Battle against salvinia continues to be successful.
Following another good report from its partners in the battle against the invasive plant giant salvinia, the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District board of directors Thursday opened four additional boat ramps and a kayak ramp in the Pelahatchie Bay area of Barnett Reservoir.
Jill Ford recently announced her candidacy for the House of Representatives District 73 vacated by Cory Wilson, citing her desire to keep up the fight for conservative reforms in the legislature.
Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba remembers his recent trip to Iceland well.
“We left on March 30. It was my wedding anniversary. I told her I was going to Iceland to try to bring resources to the city,” he said. “She was gracious enough to forgive me.”
LeFleur East planning annual fundraiser
JA to host area show choirs. Jackson Academy will host its 7th annual Show Choir Invitational Friday, February 1 beginning at 5 p.m. and Saturday, February 2 beginning at 10 a.m. Local schools will perform including Jackson Prep and Madison Central. The invitational will also feature Jackson Academy’s show choirs in exhibition performances.
Kevin Essary goes From BMX bike racing to head pro at Parham bridges tennis center
It appears that Rep. Bennie Thompson has come out against the One Lake Project, a proposal he previously supported. Here is the text of a press release issued today:
The city of Jackson appears poised to finally take legal action against Siemens.
At its meeting tomorrow, the city council will consider bringing on Lightfoot, Franklin and White LLC to “investigate and pursue claims and litigation against Siemens.”
YouTube is a phenomenal video sharing website that offers a multitude of opportunities for the viewing. Movies, music, history, and many other topics that one is interested in can be found through this technology. If you would like to learn how to sharpen a knife, you can find information regarding this.
Since the Republicans replaced the Democrats as the dominant party in Mississippi a lot has changed in our state. The Republicans have been good at cutting but not so good at governing.
Jackson city officials expect to begin their search for a new zoo management firm next week.
The city’s legal department was doing a final review of a request for proposals (RFP) today and was expected to issue the request next week, said Chief Administrative Officer Robert Blaine.
Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted among the beauties and beaux are (from left) Macey Abraham and Chance Lovertich.
Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi Troop #3980 of First Presbyterian Day School toured the Capitol recently with parents and troop leaders. During the visit they spoke with Sen. Hillman T. Frazier, who gave them a perspective on the legislative process and the building’s history.
St. Richard Preschool chefs created fruit kabobs made out of strawberries, bananas, grapes and marshmallows as a part of their Community Helpers study.
Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted Mr. and Miss Jackson Prep are (from left) Reed Peets and Avery Andress.
At Jackson Academy’s honor code signing ceremony (from left) Greg and Michelle Johnston, Dr. Mark E. Keenum, Caroline Milne, and Jack Milne gathered to celebrate the occasion. Dr. Keenum gave the keynote speech, reminding students that integrity is the bedrock of a successful life.
The Annandale Chapter, Mississippi State Society Daughters of the American Revolution sponsored a genealogy Paper Party recently at a restaurant in Flowood. Guest genealogist was Billie Breedlove, Vice President General, NSDAR. Shown are (from left) Debbie Cannon, Annandale chapter regent, and Stewart.
Pastor of Saint Luke’s United Methodist Church recently delivered an opening prayer to the state Senate.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Early Childhood students celebrated Mardi Gras by forming the Krewe of Little Saints and parading for the first to fourth-graders, tossing beads to the cheering throngs along the way. Shown are (from left) Vehaan Gupta, Lantz Shepard, Emme Kim, and Anna Clay Wadlington.
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves has finally offered his plan to address Mississippi’s crumbling transportation infrastructure, but it’s a half-baked one.
Jackson Prep homecoming court junior maids are (from left) Hartley Carroll, Mary Noble Howard, Jula Zouboukos.