Mississippi Attorney General’s Office, Secretary of State’s Office Engage in Nationwide Effort to Combat...

The Mississippi Attorney General’s Office and Secretary of State’s Office join the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and law enforcement officials and charity regulators from...

Politics cometh . . . the anatomy of the Reeves/MDOT/Hood political feud

Yesterday, Attorney General Jim Hood added intrigue to what was already a pretty contentious feud brewing between Lt. Governor Tate Reeves and Melinda McGrath,...

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves repsonds to Attorney General’s letter

The following is a statement from Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves regarding the letter received today from Attorney General Jim Hood: “Last week, I asked Senate...

Gov. Phil Bryant announces keynote speaker for the Governor’s Health Care Economic Development Summit...

Bryant posted on Facebook:  I am proud to announce that U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson will attend the Governor’s Health...

SALTER: Neshoba County Fair stump speeches should more sharply focus two key political races

By: Sid Salter A weekend visit to the Neshoba County Fairgrounds demonstrates that for the politicians and their supporters, the buildup to “Mississippi’s Giant Houseparty”...

Shad White officially sworn in as the new State Auditor

This morning, Shadrick White was sworn in as the new State Auditor. He replaces longtime auditor Stacey Pickering who left the office to take...

Take a look at the 2018 Neshoba County Fair schedule

The Neshoba County Fair is the political forum for the State of Mississippi. State, local, and on occasion national politicians come to the fair...

OPINION: A win for academic freedom

By: Brett Kittridge, Director of Marketing and Communications for Mississippi Center for Public Policy. Colleges and universities, both public and private, have long fashioned themselves...

Millsaps/Chism’s state of the state of the state we are in

Shock Stat - 81% of Mississippians now support Voter ID Mississippians support several potential policy changes to help improve the state's electoral process, including the...

Modest Proposal: A lottery in Mississippi will finally make the poor pay their ‘fair...

Special to Y’all Politics By Pepper Bryars We often hear that the rich should be made to pay their “fair share,” but the top 20...

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