Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says he's "proud" to have joined a group of Republican governors supporting the nomination of President Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize. And the president's great contribution to peace? His "firm stance against nuclearization, coupled with his willingness to engage one-on-one with Pyongyang, has succeeded in opening new avenues of cooperation, … Continue reading Trump nominated for a peace prize – What are these governors smoking?
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New Tax Cuts May Lock in State’s Top Rank in Austerity and Poverty
Fewer tax dollars, fewer services for the common good - there's not nearly enough lipstick for the ugly pig that is Mississippi.
Do State Leaders Need a Math Refresher?
As cuts continue, it's clear "do more with less" is not a fiscal strategy.
Mississippi Social Workers Need to Watch, Think, Act
As state cuts mount and the most vulnerable endure more suffering, social workers must be vigilant and involved.
USA, Mississippi Sorely in Need of Competent Leadership
Paranoia from the president, cuts from the governor and GOP. That's what passes for leadership these days.
HB 1425 Threatens Professional Board Autonomy; Urge a ‘No’ Vote in the Mississippi Senate
State deregulation not only prioritizes competition and job growth over public protection but also translates to low worker wages and quality.