For forty years now, we’ve heard the Republican mantra, “Government is not the solution; government is the problem.”
Vintage Reagan. Since 1980. Forty years.
And over time, most Republicans came to believe it. So how did this work out in public policy? What have been the concrete effects of acting on this belief?
The COVID-19 pandemic should be the end of the road for the Trump presidency. The federal government has failed in its initial response, and that responsibility falls squarely on the president’s shoulders.
He was elected to lead, and he has proven he is unable to do so.
Kate, I know this is a hard situation, but I’m pleading with you to cancel.”
I felt a sharp drop in the pit of my stomach as I murmured, fighting back tears, “I know I have to. Can I call you back later?” My sight started to tunnel as I fumbled through the aisles looking for my mom in the toiletries section of a Walmart.
A local artist is seeking permission to change the zoning classification of a downtown Hattiesburg property that would allow the facility to be used as work/live space for him and his business.
Although Brittany Swindoll spent most of her life in the field of music before coming four years ago to teach music at the Petal School District, becoming band director of the district wasn’t something that was necessarily on her radar until about a year ago.