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Letting go

By DR. ANN HOLLINGSWORTH,

Many of us accumulate clutter in our lives.  We tend to think of clutter as something that is physical and tangible, such as old papers, clothes that no longer fit, appliances that don’t work anymore, etc.  We hang on to these as we think that someday we will get them to work


It is still fuzzy

By BRO. TERRY IVY,

“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.” (1Corinthians 13:12) Life is filled with mysteries. Sometimes that runs me crazy.



A willing ignorance

By ALAN SMITH,

"Wealth is not created, nor is it more equitably distributed by this method. A government, like an individual, must ultimately meet legitimate obligations out of the production of wealth by the labor of human beings applied to the resources of nature.










McDaniel has some flaws

By JACK RYAN,

Chris McDaniel, running for the U.S. Senate in a special election this November, released a “Contract With Mississippi” a couple of weeks ago. He deserves credit for a document that sticks to conservative principles, but in some key areas it’s light on details.



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