State eyes undeveloped land in attempted takeover
Before the recent Alabama senatorial campaign, I allowed that, if Roy Moore lost, his shortcomings would be to blame but that perception would eclipse reality. The press pursued the storyline predicted.
What does the development mean for Mississippi?
I don’t know why I never thought that large print books would be heavy. Maybe because one or two I’d bought as gifts were very cheap, less than a dollar.
Anyhow, I’d recently decided to order six of my favorite novels in large print, using a gift check, and two of them arrived more promptly than the others.
The final hearings for the failed Kemper power plant are under way this week at the Mississippi Public Service Commission (PSC).
The billion-dollar question is: Does this failed project deserve a billion dollars from the ratepayers of Mississippi?
Thomas Edison said, “Vision without execution is hallucination.” This observation is exemplified by the Kemper lignite gasification power plant debacle, with the decade-plus timeline nearing a Mississippi Public Service Commission decision on the Kemper settlement in February.
When we became a foster family three years ago, I was certain of at least one thing: mothers who used drugs while they were pregnant should have their babies taken away. I had never met any of these moms before but I couldn’t conceive how anyone who loved their child could expose them to drugs.