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Wednesday, December 6, 2017 6:00 PM
You’d think it’s 1964 all over again with the charged headline “Protests, boycott planned” spread across the top of the daily newspaper in connection with a civil rights milestone, but instead of the Klan or civil rights workers, there’s a huge picture of President Trump.
  • GETTING THE MESSAGE/Matthew 1: 18-25
    As we go through the holiday season, we will look at several passages that deal with the events around the birth of Christ. This week our passage tells us about the birth of Christ from the perspective of Joseph. First, let’s review the story briefly.
  • BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE/The first things: The days of creation (2)
    Turn in your Bibles to Genesis 1:3-31. Last time we talked about a few things to keep in mind when we try to understand the days of creation, whether they are liter 24-hour days or something else.
  • EDITORIAL/Hard life of George Soros
    Life can be almost good anywhere if you’re a billionaire. George Soros, the Hungarian-born billionaire who once shorted the British pound to bring down a conservative government in Britain, has been on a rant that the government in his native Hungary has grown so oppressive that life there is more miserable than it was during the occupation by the Soviet Union
  • LOWRY/Too anti-Trump to check
    It’s a wonder that President Donald Trump devotes so much time to discrediting the press, when the press does so much to discredit itself.
  • BUCHANAN/What should we fight for?
    “We will never accept Russia’s occupation and attempted annexation of Crimea,” declaimed Rex Tillerson last week in Vienna.
  • EDITORIALS/Dignity for all
    “A glorious and momentous occasion,” is how former Gov. William F. Winter described Saturday’s opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the adjacent Museum of Mississippi History.
  • GETTING THE MESSAGE/Exodus 6:10-13
    The book of Exodus is named thus because the word means exit or departure. The suspense of the story is somewhat taken away because we know that Israel is going to leave Egypt. However, we see in the verse leading up to our passage that the Israelites are so broken down in misery they cannot listen to the promises Moses brings from the Lord. At this point, leaving Egypt appears impossible to them.
  • LOWRY/No, Flynn didn’t violate Logan Act
    In December 2016, Michael Flynn was three weeks from becoming the national-security adviser to the next president of the United States.
  • BUCHANAN/Little Rocket Man’s risk
    In the morning darkness of Wednesday, Kim Jong Un launched an ICBM that rose almost 2,800 miles into the sky before falling into the Sea of Japan.
  • EDITORIAL/Bad news for hooligans
    The antifa movement has had a free ride in American public opinion since its hooligans first came to public notice in the riots at the Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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