Education choice not the issue in ACLU Mississippi lawsuit
The narrative that a court has ruled school choice in Mississippi is unconstitutional, or that the Supreme Court is currently considering the constitutionality of school choice, is unmitigated hogwash.
Energy expert Mark Mills talks monomaniacal pursuit of alternatives to oil
Author and senior fellow with the Manhattan Institute Mark Mills says he and coauthor Peter Huber didn't anticipate the "magnitude of mania for maniacal spending to avoid burning hydrocarbons" when they wrote their 2005 book.
Night of the Living Ed: Zombie Public Schools, Drained of Pandemic Lifeblood, Haunt the Land
As Vince Bielski writes, some school districts are devising proposals to close under-enrolled facilities because of the financial burden they create. But nothing in public education is more controversial and difficult than closing a neighborhood school.
Will Bailey’s experience help him beat Stamps again?
Should Stamps win in the Central District, none of the new Public Service Commissioners will have had any relevant experience for the job. Should Bailey win, it will be the first time Republicans have held all three posts at the same time.
Mississippi homeschool parents on why learning from home was right for their families
There are misconceptions that homeschooled children are not held to any standards as well as stereotypes that portray homeschooled learners, by and large, to be maladaptive, socially inept, and academically lacking. Statistics show this to be untrue.
Trent Lott to Congress: “Make up your minds. Vote. Get to work.”
On his 82nd birthday, Mississippi's former U.S. Senator Trent Lott opines on the state of Congress today while sharing insight into the dysfunction and opportunity for leadership in D.C. in his two books.
Legislative Budget Committee adjourns without adopting FY 2025 budget recommendation
Mississippi among the Top States for Doing Business