Wouldn’t you love to sell something for $50 million and only be required to pay back $5 million if you failed to deliver? What a deal!
When Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed legislation this week to stop public officials from using campaign funds for personal expenses, he made a telling observation.
Judges, like most of the rest of us, have strong opinions on a range of subjects. It would be prudent of them, however, to keep these opinions to themselves, so as to not give the impression that their rulings are biased.
Students, professors, businessmen and women, elected leaders, pastors, church leaders along with others from all walks of life came together to discuss “Engaging the Current Generation to Change and Empowering the Next Generation for Change.” The Governor’s Leadership Prayer
When I learned that my science teacher friend, Annette Parker Khan, was to give the program for the year’s final meeting of the Washington, La., garden club, and she told me the topic: Butterflies in Your Garden, I asked for the last working copy of her notes, because I know