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Mississippi radio group has gotten $8 million from taxpayers

“Does a steady gravy train of state/taxpayer advertising money turn media watchdogs into lapdogs?” By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog | September 3, 2014 A Mississippi radio group is an all-too-frequent feeder at the state trough. TeleSouth Communications, which owns 14 radio stations throughout the state and broadcasts the SuperTalk Mississippi network, has received $8,229,294.45 in advertising […]

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Joel Bomgar

Federal money may be causing harm to state

According to in-depth scientific research, pork barrel spending does not actually help the overall economies where it is sent. Rather, it distorts local economies, stifles competition and reduces the number of jobs offered by private businesses. By Joel Bomgar | The Northside Sun | June 15, 2014 For me, the U.S. Senate primary (and now […]

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