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Posted on March 25, 2015
A resolution passed Tuesday by the Mississippi state Senate puts us on the wrong side of the Clean Air fight. It asks the EPA to delay, yet again, its rules that would require coal-fired poower plants to reduce pollution.
“President Obama’s EPA clearly overreached with this plan that would hamper Mississippi’s efforts to grow its energy sector and result in a potential 40 percent hike in utility rates,” Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said. “The resolution passed by the Senate today sends a message that Mississippi does not want federal overreach into our energy development, placing our state at a competitive disadvantage.”
I disagree. But then, I live a few miles from Plant Watson and I can't wait for it to start running exclusively on natural gas, even though I'm sure this fine black powder that for years has coated my driveway, lawn furniture and siding is some naturally occuring element in the air.
Posted on March 24, 2015
Mitch Tyner, attorney for state Sen. Chris McDaniel in his Senate election battle, has bowed out of the race for the Central District Public Service Commission seat.
Posted on March 23, 2015
Now that Ted Cruz is running for president, we have to deal with the question of his citizenship.
Posted on February 19, 2015
Brett Kittredge has left the State Auditor's Office for Empower Mississippi.
Posted on February 18, 2015
Their liberals friends have been warning them for some time, but now even conservatives say some of their heroes -- part-term former Gov. Sara Palin for instance -- have been taking them for a ride.
Posted on February 16, 2015
This may shock those emerging from a cryogenic chamber but Lt. Governor Tate Reeves today made it official. He's running.
Posted by Paul Hampton on February 16, 2015
Those wondering what young black people think about the likes of Rep. Gene Alday, R-Off The Wall, and his take on race need wonder no more.