Anyone else being delayed in getting their Mississippi tax refund under the guise of identity theft protection?
What then, Trump?
Can you imagine if Trump's behavior is this off the charts while he's "courting" Americans and our votes, how he will behave if we're "married," and he no longer needs to impress us?
Could use some help
Where is an "Abraham Lincoln" or "George Washington" when America needs one? Looking at the current choices we have for the upcoming presidential election, we sure could use one about now.
Way to go, Charlie
Three cheers for Charlie Mitchell's column on "managed capitalism" (Feb. 17). It points out, without using the word, how hypocritical the Mississippi Legislature is in its rants against the president and Congress for favoring big government. On the state level, the Mississippi Legislature micromanages the Mississippi economy and behavior policies just as fully as Congress does on the national level (and maybe more so). If you haven't read Mitchell's column, please do. It is a wake-up call.
Need a justice
You are correct. The defenders of the Constitution want a Supreme Court justice to be nominated. Not a Supreme Court liberal. Do you really have to ask why? You said so yourself. Defenders of the Constitution.
Come on, November!
November can't get here soon enough!
Kasich gets it
Thank you, Republican Ohio Gov. Kasich for using your office to stand against your party and expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act to the people of Ohio. Thank you for understanding that expanding Medicaid under the ACA not only insures millions of working poor but can also be an economic engine bringing millions of federal dollars to your state. Maybe your example will help change the mindset of our Mississippi Republican governor and Legislature.
Here's your question
OK, we will play that game. Money over people or people over money? Your answer will tell you if you are liberal or conservative.
Who's counting? I am.
The 65 million votes cast for the president in the last election do not constitute a decisive victory as suggested by "Who's counting." You see 60 million votes were cast against him. The difference is a mere 51 percent (that's barely a majority) to 47 percent. When the ratio of for to against is basically 1 to 1, slim or narrow are the appropriate labels. So when you count, just makes sure all counts count.