Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Mississippi Center for Public Policy

Liberty Luncheon: Reihan Salam

Reihan Salam, Executive Editor of National Review and the author of Melting Pot or Civil War?: A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against...

An interview with author Reihan Salam

Reihan’s the author of the new book, Melting Pot or Civil War?: A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders. Listen to...

Mississippians have among the highest tax burdens

The highest tax rates in the country may be found in California or New York, but Mississippians have among the highest tax burdens in...

Path to victory likely not there for Espy

Even with the much publicized and much shared remark from Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith about public hangings, the path to victory for any Democrat is...

MJI files brief in charter school lawsuit

The Mississippi Justice Institute filed an appellate brief in the Mississippi Supreme Court in a lawsuit brought by the Southern Poverty Law Center challenging...

Delta State can expel you for hurting other people’s feelings

For the past several years colleges and universities throughout the country have embarked on a mission to limit free speech, in the name of...

Jeffrey Vitter to step down as Ole Miss chancellor

Jeffrey Vitter, the chancellor at Ole Miss, will resign effective in January. Vitter has been chancellor since January 2016 and he still has two...

Less than 1 in 3 graduates in 4 years

Only 29 percent of students who entered a public university in 2009 in Mississippi graduated within four years. That is according to the most recent...

What are the policy implications from Tuesday’s elections?

Mississippi did not join most states in holding statewide elections on Tuesday. That will be next year when every statewide, legislative, and county office...

Tupelo food truck regulations don’t include controversial restrictions

After a great deal of debate and discussion over the past year, the new food truck regulations in Tupelo do not include the controversial,...