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Is Ridgeland All It’s Cracked Up To Be?

I’ve recently returned to Ridgeland, Mississippi as a permanent resident for the first time since 2000. I had lived here previously from 1992 until late Spring of 2000 and back then it was, in so many ways, a very different place.
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One Less For One-Up

Debate seems to becoming a lost art.
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Reinventing The Will

First, the “good” news.
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Unicorns In My Front Yard

I had an interesting conversation with my fifteen year-old daughter, Dagny, the other night. You might know her as BAMSouth.com’s Editorial Cartoonist and Illustrator.
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Aphorisms From The Armchair

Today, a collection of random ideas for your perusal. It’s my attempt at a pseudo-Nietzsche impersonation (and no, the poor guy didn’t create Nazism) without all of the German Sturm und Drang–for the most part, anyway.

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Identifying Niches And Making The Phoenix Rise

Times in business today are…interesting.
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Degeneration Gap

At one time in American culture—not that long ago in our recent past, actually—people aspired to move up in the world.
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It’s Never Been This Ugly: The End Of Common Decency In Political Discourse

I can’t tell you how disturbed I am by the utter disregard with and for civility, reasoning, leadership—and simple human decency—on ugly display in the current presidential campaign. One straw just broke the proverbial camel’s back for me and it happened in Biloxi, Mississippi Saturday night.
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The (Begrudging) Case For A Hillary Presidency

Out of probably the most bizarre field of presidential candidates ever—certainly in my lifetime—perhaps the best thing for our country would be to stick with the establishment status quo for now, i.e., Hillary Clinton.
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America’s Politics: Cognitive Dissonance Anyone?

The United States is a very confused political nation right now
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