Aaron Rice serves as the Director of the Mississippi Justice Institute, which brings constitutional litigation on behalf of Mississippians whose rights have been threatened by government action, and has won major victories for the personal, economic, and religious liberty of Mississippians. Prior to his legal career, Aaron served in the Marine Corps and deployed to Iraq, where he received the Purple Heart for sustaining combat injuries that resulted in the loss of his left leg below the knee. He is also a Truman Scholar and a recipient of the Buckley Award in recognition for his leadership in the conservative movement.
A Veteran’s View of Memorial Day
Veterans know better than most that the fallen young we honor each Memorial Day are not just names on a wall. They are not an abstraction. They were real people, with their own hopes and dreams and plans for the future. Many of them dropped those plans to answer the call and never got the chance to pick them back up.
Mississippi doesn’t need “Certificate of Need” laws
Arcane laws that take away access to health care options a root cause of ongoing hospital crisis in state. If you’ve ever paid five bucks for a Coke at a theme park, you know the feeling. What begins as carefree frolic to the concession stand gives way to the unpleasant realization that you are a…
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