If you wonder about Divine intervention, you should read this book.
Drainage is one of those issues that goes unnoticed until it is the only thing that matters. Mississippi faces drainage concerns on a large scale with the Mississippi River flooding and locally in the Belhaven neighborhood of Jackson.
In Masters of Craft, Ocejo focuses on four of the myriad new “artisanal professions” – bartending, distilling, barbering and butchering. His in depth look at these four crafts provides a narrow but fascinating perspective on how the millennial generations, many of which are just entering the workforce, are grappling with a post-industrial economy that has […]
“The Populist Explosion” is perfectly timed to catch and explain the Katrina-sized populist wave that is now crashing down on the political establishment in the U.S. and Europe.
The 2016 campaign defies traditional analysis. Viewing it through the usual Democrat versus Republican template misses some of the critical lessons. This campaign was not right versus left but rather establishment versus non-establishment with the establishment getting thrashed.
Cecil Brown understands budgets and the critical role they can play in determining an organization’s success or failure.
If Mississippi towns and cities are going to keep pace in the 21st century they need regulatory frameworks that are friendly to post-industrial entrepreneurs and the businesses they create.
What we are witnessing is the bursting of a bubble – call it the ‘political establishment bubble’.
In 87 years of operations, Jackson’s airports have never suffered a hi-jacking, but that streak may be about to end.
Repost from April 30, 2014… Once upon a midnight dreary, came a crony to our door, Hands out reaching, reaching – reaching for our treasure store, Tapping, tapping, a crony rapping at our treasure’s door, And the word there spoken was the whispered word, Kior, The Crony Once upon a midnight dreary, came a […]