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Internet freedom is the 21st century lifeline. It’s been a recent part of growth in small towns and to the whole world. But many don’t believe in the power of internet freedom. Many may think state laws and national laws around the internet are fictitious or the concerns are exaggerated, but I’m talking...

It’s been a long day, and you come home to see your social media feed populated with articles about an orphanage that was bombed, a tweet storm from...

The night of Nov. 8, 2016, I was glued to my television, watching one of the greatest dramas of our lifetime come to its thrilling finale. As President-elect...

On Oct. 13, staff columnist Matthew Dean argued that we should remove emotion from the gun debate and keep the debate honest and logical. Setting aside...

I recently read an article in The DM in which the writer called for a boycott of CFA based on the fact that we do not serve all people regardless of race,...

In the wake of a devastating mass shooting in Las Vegas, the question of gun control is being brought up again. And, to be fair, it is not a bad question....

Recently, Mississippi HB 1523 went into effect. It has brought no small amount of both praise and disgust. Personally, I know many LGBTQ individuals on...

I always found the American phrase “the elephant in the room” to be very fascinating. It’s a bizarre idiom, but it’s one that provides a powerful...

In her recent column for The Daily Mississippian, Ms. Jaz Brisack panned Mississippi’s HB 1523 as “a violation of human rights and dignity” that...

You never know how much you have until you try to fit it in a carry-on bag. That’s a key lesson I’ve learned in my time in Europe: More things aren’t...