The Cronyism Culture: It wasn't always this way

Early in Mississippi’s history, its people understood the dangers of government being too cozy with business. Back in 1817, when Mississippi was admitted into the Union, Mississippians went to great efforts to prevent taxpayer dollars being used to benefit private interests rather than the general welfare. In fact they even wrote it into Mississippi’s first […]

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GRN Supports BPF on Kemper

Gulf Restoration Network joins BPF in challenging the cronyism of the Kemper plant. In an example of how challenging crony capitalism can be shared by different interest groups, Andrew Whitehurst over at Gulf Restoration Network celebrated Ashby Foote’s critique of the Kemper plant on his blog: “In this op-ed, Foote deftly explains how Mississippi Power […]

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