Thursday, October 9, 2014
Cheers for Rebs, Dogs
My roots are in Alabama, but I’ve spent more of my days in Mississippi. I’ve seen the enormous good of both states and maybe a little bad, too.
I was born in Selma and raised in Hamilton. I stayed in Alabama for 25 years. I moved to Mississippi in 1986, got to know and love the people of this state, too, and it’s been my home for 28 years.
Close to Nowhere
Joining the crowd
I’m going to join the crowd and jump on the bandwagon — and talk about the football weekend!
I am not going to even pretend I know anything about football. I do know about socializing.
Wicker reaffirms importance of local banks
Four years ago, Democratic super-majorities in Congress rammed through some of the most sweeping changes to the U.S. financial system in nearly eight decades. The 848-page law – commonly known as the Dodd-Frank Act – drastically expanded the role of the federal government, giving bureaucrats incredible regulatory power over both small and large financial institutions.
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