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There’s a movement afoot. It’s called No Labels — a diverse representation of congressional leaders out to achieve less government and getting what government we do have to work responsibly. Given our leaders’ conduct of late, it’s important that we have sensible minds working together to achieve...

On Tuesday evening the Ole Miss theater department held a production of “The Laramie Project,” a play about Matthew Shephard, an openly gay male, who...

I was in the crowd the night some of the freshman football players heckled Garrison Gibbons, among other cast members. The moment Gibbons opened his mouth,...

Dear University of Mississippi Administration, Athletics Department, Students, Faculty, and Staff, Tuesday night, October 1, 2013 a deplorable act of hate...

How pleased was I when I logged into Facebook and looked on my timeline and learned that there was an incident of homophobia and general insensitivity...

The grass is always greener on the other side. When you compare lawns, it often seems that your yard does not match up with the weed-free, vibrant landscape ...

The First Amendment sometimes disappoints Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant. The Commercial Appeal reported Bryant saying that “I am disappointed in the...

Over the weekend, Congress put on a show for the American people—one that displayed the very worst characteristics of our elected representatives. Political discussions turned into screaming matches, filled with personal attacks and factual errors. What caused the chaos? The arguments stemmed from the inability of Congress to pass a continuing resolution to fund the...

Eighteen percent of the American economy has been rewritten into a snarling train wreck tens of thousands of pages long, and crammed down the throats of...

The face of America is changing. When Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue and discovered the New World, he could have never imagined what it would...