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  • Proposed EPA rule represents regulatory overreach

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. To its many foes, a rule proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that would redefine the scope of waters protected under the Clean Water Act is a real son of a ditch.  William | Read More »

  • Suburban mayor paid more than Mississippi governor

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. If Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant wants a bump in pay when he eventually leaves the governor’s mansion, maybe he should consider running for mayor of Southaven. According to records obtained by Mississippi Watchdog, the mayor of Southaven, Republican Darren Musselwhite earns | Read More »

  • Experts say challenge in Mississippi’s U.S. Senate race will fail

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. According to a pair of experts, state Sen. Chris McDaniel’s challenge of the results of the the U.S. Senate race has little chance of success. Six-term U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran won the heavily contentious senate race by | Read More »

  • Navy shipbuilding crisis has far-reaching consequences

    Navy shipbuilding crisis has far-reaching consequences

    With China expanding its fleet and influence, a hollowed-out U.S. Navy will not be able to act as the sharp end of the Obama administration’s “Pacific Pivot,” a shift of forces and emphasis from the Atlantic area.

  • Expert says EPA regulations are gigantic ‘transfer of wealth’

    Expert says EPA regulations are gigantic ‘transfer of wealth’

    One of the largest transfers of wealth in history.

  • Only 54 percent of MS residents who enrolled in Obamacare have paid

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. Fifty-four percent of Mississippi residents who enrolled in Obamacare have paid their first-month premiums. Nationwide, 67 percent of enrollees paid through the federal insurance exchange to complete enrollment under the Affordable Care Act, according to numbers from | Read More »