Justice, Your Story

There is always hope

Joanna Holbert

There is always hope. That theme is reflected in the lives of…

Work, Your Story

How nurse practitioners fill a need

Joanna Holbert

Small town life. It’s stopping by the drug store, the hardware store…

Work

Businesses use regulations to limit innovation, stifle competition

Brett Kittredge

We talk often about the impact regulations have on the economy, job…

Education, Your Story

“There is a great need for more virtual programs”

Joanna Holbert

“Education going forward is no longer tied to your zip code.” That’s…

Education

The FBI should not threaten parents

Russ Latino

In recent weeks, the Biden administration has twice made education news. First,…

Work

Excessive regulation hurts the economy

Brett Kittredge

The idea of limiting regulations, or red tape, is more than just…

Education

Yes, parents are the primary stakeholder in their child’s education

Brett Kittredge

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recently refused to refer to parents…

Work, Your Story

“We are willing to provide care in all areas of the state”

Joanna Holbert

In the small north Mississippi town of Ripley, Dr. Wanda Stroupe, NP…

Work

Licensing boards can’t adopt anti-competitive rules

Brett Kittredge

A recent ruling telling dental regulators to drop an anti-competitive measure in…

Work

Lawmakers said to have agreement on medical marijuana proposal

Brett Kittredge

“The legislature has been responsive to the fact that, whether you like…

Podcast

The Front Porch: Medical marijuana, charter schools, taxing the rich

Russ Latino

After a brief hiatus, The Front Porch is back to discuss the latest from…

Education

Charter School Board Leaves Students Behind

Grant Callen

For the second time in five years, no new charter schools were…