Mississippi

Outsider Erik Prince Looking At Challenging Establishment Senator John Barrasso

While Erik Prince’s views on the conservative agenda need to be explored further before we can make any kind of endorsement, we do know a lot of things we don’t like about Senator John Barrasso, and first among them is his crony relationship with Mitch McConnell.

Hollywood can't pressure states into repealing controversial laws

Joshua Axelrod, Washington Examiner

If the governors of North Carolina and Mississippi ever decide to cut their losses and repeal two recently passed laws that many see as discriminatory, it won't be because Hollywood bullied them into doing so.

Ted Cruz Scores Major Mississippi Endorsement on Election Eve

Leon H. Wolf, RedState

Cruz has garnered a major Mississippi endorsement on the eve of the Mississippi primary: Governor Phil Bryant. Bryant is tremendously popular in Mississippi, sporting a 72% approval rating last time it was polled. I’m not sure what weight endorsements carry in this day and age, but Bryant’s is the biggest possible get on the eve of a major election in Mississippi.

101% Of Eligible Voters Ready To Vote In Mississippi?

Our friends at The Public Interest Legal Foundation have now filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Clarke County Election Commission in Mississippi because it has more voters on the rolls than living citizens.

5 Most Conservative States

Peter Sullivan, The Hill

The Hill ranked all 50 states on a red to blue scale. Alabama, Alaska, Idaho, Kansas, & Mississippi topped the list of reddest states.

Mississippi Voters Stagger Cochran and K Street

Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner

Unlike Mississippi voters, corporate earmark recipients and their K Street lobbyists are fighting to keep Thad Cochran in office. Liberal GOP lobbyists Haley Barbour and John Feehery count on having Cochran on their side to help them grow the influence (and purses) of their corporate, special interest clients.

Conservatives Lead by Reducing Crime, Saving Money

More state leaders are beginning to realize that criminal justice reform is a viable remedy for crime-ridden communities and bloated state budgets. Conservatives gathered recently in Washington, D.C. to discuss how to effectively spread the message that reforms are consistent with conservative principles of reducing crime, saving taxpayer money, and protecting family values.

Establishment GOP Leaders Take The 30 Pieces Of Silver To Pass Amnesty

The passive, weak-kneed, and principle-free response of the GOP establishment to demands for amnesty for illegal aliens is to be expected of a Party whose leading establishment figures, like Haley Barbour, readily take the 30 pieces of silver from Big Business, rather than fight for American workers, the rule of law and American exceptionalism.

Army Officers Told Not to Say 'Christmas'?

Billy Hallowell, The Blaze

There’s a debate unfolding at Camp Shelby, a military base in Mississippi, after a soldier claimed that officers were commanded not to use the word “Christmas” over fears it might be seen as offensive.

Victory for Voter Integrity in MS

Ken Klukowski, Breitbart

A Mississippi judge signed a consent decree to clean up a county’s voter registration rolls in response to a lawsuit brought by conservative org American Civil Rights Union.

McAuliffe’s Broken Jobs Promise

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

Terry McAuliffe promised union members he’d build a GreenTech plant in Virginia. He didn’t.