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Wednesday, August 15, 2018 12:00 PM
Yet another judge has recused himself from the 2015 District 4 Supervisor election challenge and the incumbent loser quickly pulled a Maxine — a U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, that is, and her predictable, ridiculous race card.
  • EDITORIAL/Pause on another landfill
    Madison County has two of the state’s 18 landfills and another is still on the drawing board here from 2012 that Ridgeland is opposing.
  • Elizabeth Warren is branching out.
  • On meeting with the EU’s Jean-Claude Juncker last month, Donald Trump tweeted: “Both the U.S. and the E.U. drop all Tariffs, Barriers and Subsidies! That would finally be Free Market and Fair Trade.”
  • Baseball is the reason God made summer. Summer stretches out with the solace and symmetry of a long fly ball to deep center field, climbing ever higher and hanging in the sky as if the afternoon could go on forever. Whether watching a ball game from a box seat on the third-base line or through a hole in the right-field fence, we could only wish it would.
  • It’s begun. We are having a debate over socialism.
  • On July 19, the Knesset voted to change the nation’s Basic Law.
  • Mitt Romney coined the term “self-deportation” in 2012 to describe his plan for stemming the flood of illegal immigrants pouring over the border. If illegals couldn’t get jobs here because they have no documentation, they would decide to go home.
  • It’s Tehran’s turn for the “fire and fury” treatment.
  • GETTING THE MESSAGE/Psalm 25
    We are looking at Psalm 25 this week. In this psalm David seeks guidance and consolation from the Lord in the midst of severe affliction. His affliction arises from opposition from enemies, but the principles we learn can be applied in the midst of hardship from any source; be it enemies, disease, discouragement, loss, etc.…
  • GETTING THE MESSAGE/Psalm 8
    This week we look at Psalm 8. Verse one speaks of the majesty of the Lord; “how majestic is your name in all the earth.” To be majestic is to be a king, to rule. No one is as majestic as the Lord. His glory is “above the heavens.” Jesus, in Matthew 21, says these words refer to him. Children were shouting his praises, saying “hosanna” or deliver us. The religious leaders objected.
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