Monday, January 25, 2021

Mississippi Center for Public Policy

Why Does Big Business Go Left?

It’s a question I hear a lot. Conservatives usually support sweeping tax cuts and lower regulations for corporations, so many people are confused as...

Jackson Police Can Now Access Your Doorbell Camera

In a year that’s potentially on pace for the highest homicide rate in Jackson history, police and city officials have sought a new ally...

MCPP Launches “Tech Talks” Series

Here at the Mississippi Center for Public Policy, we believe that with its hard-working people, cutting-edge research centers, and low cost of living, Mississippi...

Pregnancy Resource Centers: A Spontaneous Order Love Story

Every year, the 2,700 pregnancy resource centers in America serve women in the midst of an unexpected pregnancy. They offer medical, material, emotional, and...

Jones County Junior College agrees to revise free speech policies after...

Jones County Junior College has agreed to revise their free speech policies on campus after a lawsuit was filed by a former student. Michael...

City of Jackson repeals buffer zone ordinance after MJI lawsuit

One year after the Mississippi Justice Institute filed a lawsuit against the city of Jackson, the city council has repealed their buffer zone ordinance...

Julianna Wallace: Southeastern Biomedical

“At 22, I became the head biomedical engineer at Merit Health in Natchez. A year later, I started freelancing, with the approval of my hospital...

Equipping a 21st Century Workforce

In an age increasingly expanding its reliance on technology in business, science, education, and defense, the significance of a technologically skilled workforce has never...

Number of homeschoolers in Mississippi rises

The education setting for many children in Mississippi shifted this year. Perhaps the numbers weren’t as dramatic as mid-summer polling indicated, but the number...

Gun sales surge in 2020

Mississippians, like all Americans, are buying more guns now than ever before. There was a sharp increase at the beginning of the pandemic and...