April 4, 2013
Fire for journalism
Once a year, for the past several years, I’ve been able to revive my fire for journalism at Ole Miss.
Jonathan Scott, news editor of The Oxford Eagle, and I have been asked time and time again to critique high school newspapers during the Mississippi Scholastic Press Association Spring Convention.
Google & Greenpeace
Google has started a big “Go Paperless in 2013” campaign. Paper, they say, is bad for the environment.
It’s high time someone called bovine manure on this. Trees are organic. Trees are renewable. Tree farms reduce CO2. There are more forests in Mississippi than there were at the turn of the century. Sixty-five percent of our state is forested.
The Preacher’s Corner
Graham and Paul made sure I wasn’t shaggy on Sunday
Saturday afternoon before Easter found me, as so many Saturday afternoon’s, at the barber’s, getting ready for the big day ahead. Whenever I end up waiting till Saturday, I always think of two of my great saints, Graham Miller and Paul Randolph. Most who will read this knew Graham well; few will know Paul.
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