Last week, the Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, or CISA and sent it to the House of Representatives for a vote. The stated purpose of this Bill was to speed up the rate at which information regarding hacker attempts are shared with those in the cybersecurity field. That is its stated purpose. And I must admit it sounds good on the surface. But like all laws passed by our government, the devil is in the details.
The state of Mississippi has an undeniably dark past.
One of my fondest memories growing up is my grandmother taking me to the Terry, Mississippi Library to check out books.
By Al Hurt
How much money will you need to live on, rather than just exist during your retirement years?
by Wynn Alexander
Good schools are good business for Mississippi.
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.
by Walker Sturgeon
All Mississippians should vote yes on Initiative 42.
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.
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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