Officers cleared in Ismael Lopez’s death, saga ends with no accountability
Ismael Lopez was shot and killed in Southaven after police came to his home by mistake in the middle of the night. On Thursday, a jury decided in favor of the officers involved, declining to find them civilly liable for Lopez's death.
Federal judge says Henifin critics guilty of racism
Federal Judge Henry Wingate says critics lobbing racial accusations against Ted Henifin "have no experience in water management, and no logical rationale why an African American would be better suited to fix a lingering problem which has gone unsolved for decades by past African American leadership."
U.S. Supreme Court emerges as guardian of the Republic
After years of judicial activism, and the blessing of dramatic government overreach, a shift in the makeup and philosophy of the U.S. Supreme Court leaves it in a unique position: the last great guardian of the Republic's founding principles.
Juneteenth is worth celebrating
Conservatives should freely embrace the celebration of Juneteenth. The holiday is not a rival to Independence Day. It is a celebration of a more fulsome and equal application of the ideals enshrined in the Declaration of Independence.
In TANF welfare scandal, media pushes guilt by innuendo
The TANF welfare scandal unquestionably marks a gross breach in public trust. What occurred was criminal and people will go to jail for it. Determining who goes to jail, however, is a question for prosecutors, courts, and juries—based on evidence. It will not be decided by reporters on the back of cleverly constructed innuendo. Guilt by innuendo is reckless and dangerous.
Mississippi’s education accountability scores on the rise
Why businesses should support a Citizens Police Academy
Tombigbee Fiber brings Wi-Fi to 9 North Mississippi football fields