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Primaries, not politics lull for nominees

We now come to a lull in the Republican presidential primary calendar with Wisconsin the only state to hold a primary during the next...

Violence unacceptable at rallies, regardless of party

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump tweeted on March 12 about his already-infamous rally cancellation, complaining that protestors he referred to as “thugs” had “shut...

Trump, Clinton ‘cruz’ through Miss. primaries

I recently read in a book about a politician whose big trait was that he, in the words of one supporter, “is not afraid...

Are millennials totes changing the English language?

In January, Washington Post reporter Jeff Guo wrote a blog post titled “The totes amazesh way millennials are changing the English language.” In the post,...

Races narrow after delegates’ pledges on Super Tuesday

On Wednesday, Ben Carson announced the termination of his presidential campaign and said he would not attend the GOP presidential debate Thursday in Detroit....

Rock ‘rocks’ as host, slams academy for prejudice

Chris Rock held nothing back at the 88th Academy awards, making diversity the center of the conversation. On Feb. 28, the night of the awards,...

Him Horrison attracts ‘decent’ audience to the Tavern

On Feb. 25, the Tavern hosted performances by Alabama’s Red Mouth and Hattiesburg’s Him Horrison beginning at about 10 p.m. and ending at 1...

Political landscape shifts significantly over week

A lot of ground has shifted in the political landscape since last week, including speculation surrounding the President Obama’s Supreme Court nomination and the...
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