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Social Security, Your “Hidden Asset”….One Chance To Get It Right

By Al Hurt

How much money will you need to live on, rather than just exist during your retirement years?

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Supporting Initiative 42 For Our Children—Not State’s Political Power Brokers

by Wynn Alexander

Good schools are good business for Mississippi.
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There’s No State Like No State: Hobbes, Locke, and Anarchy

Although most modern political activists aren’t cognizant of it, all of modern liberal political philosophy is predicated upon the foundational work of either Thomas Hobbes or John Locke.

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Why Conservative Mississippians Should Vote Yes on Initiative 42

by Walker Sturgeon

All Mississippians should vote yes on Initiative 42.
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42 Isn’t Always the Answer

A central theme in Douglas Adams’s epic space comedy “A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” is the number 42, which a supercomputer determines to be the “Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything”. The computer does not however, know what the Question itself is.
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Addressing Legal Questions Raised About 42: Getting To The Facts

by Russ Latino

The amendment proposed by Initiative 42 adds language to Sec. 201 of the Mississippi Constitution that allows “chancery courts” in Mississippi to enforce a broad new constitutional standard for our schools—whether our schools are “adequate” and “efficient.”
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Why Are Intellectuals Under Attack In America?

A segment of the American population is under attack. 

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Gay Marriage: An Objective Assessment

Opposed to gay marriage? This may be a shocker, then.
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Liberal Arts And The Four-Year Guarantee

By Dr. Robert W. Pearigen

In an article from the August 17, 2015 issue of Forbes magazine, author George Anders writes of the increasing value of a liberal arts background in today’s tech industry, remarking “software companies are discovering that liberal arts thinking makes them stronger.”

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Do Muslims Have A Right To Hate The West?

We have all heard the cliche, “Before one can solve a problem they must first admit they have a problem.” It’s true.
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