Social media company Twitter last week announced it would stop accepting all political advertising. It is a decision that perfectly illustrates how far internet companies are willing to go to avoid any responsibility for the information they present.
State elections are just around the corner, Nov. 5. It will be interesting to see if the Republican Party can continue dominating Mississippi politics despite population stagnation and weak economic growth compared to the rest of the nation.
Mississippi voters are talking now, for good reasons, about the governor’s race. It’s the state’s most powerful position. The race features ideological opposites. The winner will hold considerable sway over the direction of Mississippi’s future. And it’s, frankly, the only statewide race that Democrats hold any shot at winning.