Some Mississippi lawmakers don't want to fund the state's public broadcasting system. I think it's a steal.
With Lent over, I’m free of that pledge to avoid all things negative. Here’s the result, with some positives sprinkled in:
Two failed bills proposing eliminating party primaries for U.S. Senate elections in Tennessee would have given the power to select Republican and Democratic candidates to—state legislators.
The leasing manager asked what feature in an apartment was most important to me. A simple enough question, I suppose, but it nonetheless threw me.
A few years back, I read of studies showing that athletic competitors in red were statistically more likely to prevail than those in other colors.
All I’m asking is that we Mississippi Birthrighters adrift in other states get the same rights to vote as Americans living in other countries.
Dear “Mrs. Theresa Heidi, aging widow of 65 years old,” “Mavis Wanczyk, Powerball Jackpot Lottery winner,” “Mrs. Susan Charles, from America,” and sundry others: Greetings and God bless all of you, too! This is to acknowledge receipt of your most kind and generous offers ranging from $1.5 million to $38,980,369.00, along with
What manner of foolishness reduces M, I, crooked letter-crooked letter, I, crooked letter-crooked letter, I, humpback-humpback, I — to 'Sip?