Mississippi

Editorial Holds Out Hope for Unenlightened Conservative Mississippians

"Unfortunately, Mississippi voters were not as enlightened, approving a new requirement for identification cards at the polls. But, even the voters in that state, one of the country's most ...

The "Conservative" Geraldo Rivera?

Reporter Robbie Brown evidently doesn't watch much Geraldo, a passionate defender of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

Not Everything Went the Times' Way on Election Night....

Wishful thinking about Democratic wins in Florida, Kentucky, and Mississippi failed to pan out.

"Angry," Hostile Whites May Cost Democrats in "Racially Polarized" Mississippi

Southern-based reporter Adam Nossiter unloads his racial baggage on the state's U.S. Senate race: "The numbers in this state - which has perhaps the most racially polarized electorate in the ...

Nossiter Again Accuses Southern GOP of Racist Appeals

Adam Nossiter: "Hoping to hang on to a Congressional seat in a tight special election here on Tuesday, Republicans in this mostly white and very conservative district are trying to make the vote ...

NBC Meteorologist: Cooler Waters, Not Global Warming, Behind Tornadoes

'Nightly News' anchor Brian Williams says 'smart' people say 'we must be doing something to our earth' to cause 'deadly tornado season.'

Behar Blames Restaurants for Obesity, Declares People 'Victims' of Eating

'The View' co-host says restaurants, not overeaters, are to blame for obesity.

Reagan the Racist? David Brooks vs. Paul Krugman, Round 2

Slate picks up on David Brooks' secret attack on Paul Krugman for spreading myths about Reagan and racism.

Times Profiles Candidate: "I'm a Democrat Because I'm a Christian"

Double standard? Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Mississippi says "I'm a Democrat because I'm a Christian" - but the Times doesn't raise an eyebrow at this particular mixing of religion and ...

The Hero on the Bus

Jeremy Hernandez models courage and responsibility for the inner city kids he works with.
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