State can’t afford Reeves’ tax cuts
Tate Reeves’ crystal ball must have a rosy tint to it. It certainly seems unrealistic and imprudent, based on Mississippi’s recent economic trends, for the lieutenant governor to be pushing this year for a … Read more
Freedom of Speech and Press
Let me express my appreciation to you and staff for a job well done.
It seems to me the paper is doing a real good job of keeping us readers informed of local events and … Read more
Did he shake his hand or not?
I assumed he did.
Lesson learned.… Read more
A Thought For Today
By Earnestine Kennedy
“I tell you the truth, the man who does not enter the sheep pen by the gate, but climbs in by some other way, is a thief and a robber. The man who … Read more
Supports Cruz for president
I support Ted Cruz for president in Mississippi’s March 8 Republican primary. This is why.
Ted is a proven constitutional conservative, a rarity in today’s Republican Party. Throughout his career, Ted has fought for the founders’ … Read more
By Bro. Allen Baswell
Pastor, Fentress Baptist Church
“And not as it was by one that sinned, so is the gift: for the judgment was by one to condemnation, but the free gift is of many offences unto justification. For … Read more
Lawmakers need primer on inflation
Inflation is a concept that the Mississippi Legislature seems to have an extremely difficult time grasping, whether it be keeping up with it or exceeding it.
For instance, when it comes to taxes, lawmakers have … Read more
The Clarion Ledger is seeking flag desings to replace the present Mississippi Flag.… Read more
By Evangelist Francie Hemphill
God’s love is like a piece of fine chocolate, it is good to the one who values it!… Read more
Manning’s beer blunder
By TIM KALICH
Although Peyton Manning’s skills as a quarterback have declined with age and injuries, his aptitude as a pitchman hasn’t.
It was a little cheesy of him, after winning his second Super Bowl … Read more