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Mississippi often is called a football state, and you can make a strong case because so many of the world’s greatest football players come from here. Again, this year, Mississippi produced the largest percentage (per capita) of players selected in the NFL Draft.
When I was eight years old, my parents drove me to the First Baptist Jackson parking lot at 3:30 in the morning to load me and my trunk onto a bus headed to Camp Soaring Hawk in Purdy, Missouri—and I was bawling my eyes out.
Need any more proof that Mississippi did the right thing by being strict on requiring childhood vaccinations?
As an increasing number of lower courts rule against election lines drawn for partisan purposes, the situation begs for the U.S. Supreme Court to provide guidance as to what’s legal and what’s not.
America’s rising suicide rate, up 35 percent since 2000, deserves more attention than it’s been getting. A recent report in The Washington Post suggests that pursuing policies that help the working class might help.
This version of Stein’s Law could be about lots of long running Ponzi schemes. Mississippi’s under-funded Public Employee Retirement Fund, for example, where employee contributions and investment returns don’t and won’t cover payments to retirees.