It’s SCOTUS opinion season, and most of the country is currently discussing the Court’s decision requiring States to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. And while there are some arguments to be had with Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges, the greater violation of Constitutional principle was seen in Chief Justice Roberts’s King v. Burwell opinion.
by Trey Goff
Marvel’s “Agents of Shield” is an entertaining new show about the adventures of a few secret government agents as they save lives and beat up the bad guys, all while carrying on witty and comedic banter. It’s a show that has been well received by critics and viewers alike.
Think back to your last experience seeing a physician: while you may have been satisfied with the medical care provided, consider the service elements. Was scheduling the appointment easy? Did the physician see you on time? Was the bill easy to understand?
As you’ve probably heard by now, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant recently signed a $20 million dollar bond bill for Ingalls Shipbuilding. According to a Press Release from Ingalls Shipbuilding, this $20 million dollar bond will fund capital improvement and infrastructure projects within the shipyard. The bond itself is a result of a larger legislative package signed back in April of this year worth over $249 million dollars.
by Tavish Kelly
Let’s talk pot.
by Shea Dobson
Recently my hometown of Ocean Springs, Mississippi has been in the news regarding a tattoo shop attempting to locate downtown. It turns out after months of debate and controversy at city meetings and online, the City has decided to allow this tattoo artist a means to make a living.
by Louis Hillary Park
With almost light speed I tire of people who simply complain but offer no solutions — even if I disagree with those solutions. So, I try not to be one of the boring moaners, complainers and doomsayers who offer nothing except “woe-is-us” negativity or back-to-the-good-ol’-days nostalgia-nomics.
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