An interesting study from two Harvard economists looked at all the safety net programs implemented in America over the past 50 years and the returns produced by each.
I have now done the unthinkable: I ordered a cheeseburger at Chick-fil-A. While eating (and enjoying) it, I kept my face to the door to make sure one of those cows that encourage us to “eat mor chikin” didn’t walk through with a score to settle.
Circumstances at the southern border illustrate both America’s greatness and its failings. The promise of this nation’s prosperity is what is drawing desperately poor immigrants from Central America.
STARKVILLE — American politics has unfortunately long since devolved into a predictable battle between voters on the nation’s East and West coasts and in the largest cities who are predominantly liberal/progressive/socialist and rural voters in the nation’s “flyover” sections of the South, the Midwest, and other “heartland” areas who are predom
The battle of good versus evil has been nonstop since Lucifer was ejected from heaven.
The battle will not be over until God says it’s time so until then it is a force we have to reckon with.
We all have this fight and there is no going around it. We have it with ourselves, our families, our communities, our jobs and so on.
When I received my July 4 issue of The Columbian-Progress, I saw an article on the front page that caught my attention. It was “Vets facility moves ahead.”
Here’s a headline on The Washington Post website that ought to get everybody’s attention: “Doing these five things could decrease your risk of Alzheimer’s by 60 percent, new study says.”
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I —
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
— Robert Frost
The artificial intelligence in my phone urged me to take the most time-efficient route Friday after work as I was leaving for a visit to my in-laws’ house in Tupelo.