That may be why people who mistrust government are staunch supporters of freedom of the press and the right of citizens to bear arms.
As 2015 draws to a close, news in Mississippi was dominated by an election, more problems with the controversial Kemper power plant and civil asset forfeiture.
Legendary venture capitalist Vinod Khosla backed a startup called KiOR as part of his ambitious push for green energy. Now KiOR is bankrupt, he and company executives are being sued for fraud, and Khosla’s big biofuel bet is looking increasingly questionable.
Mississippi Development Authority: Rumpelstiltskin not.
Another way to lose the trust of real investors is to give MDA bureaucrats money to invest in the name of jobs. They don’t try to pick losers. They just do it a lot. Why? No skin in the game?
“The health study was deliberately faked to test the hypothesis that scientists and reporters rarely detect junk science. No one caught on to this ruse.” Pretty much explains Kemper and Kior, doesn’t it?
A Texas-based biofuels company that owes Mississippi more than $69 million is involved in a bitter dispute with a former member of its board of directors By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog | Spetember 11, 2014 A Texas-based biofuels company that owes Mississippi more than $69 million is involved in a bitter dispute with a former […]