Letters

Editorial

Feedback

Like many in America and around the world, my heart went out to Trayvon Martin's parents in their pursuit of justice in an area of the country where it proved ...

Editorial

Feedback

Rommel Benjamin wrote a great truth-telling column in “Race Still Matters” (Vol. 11, Issue 46).

Business

Mississippi Power Responds

"In the Stinker Quote of the Week (Issue 43, Vol. 11, July 3-9, jfp.ms/powerplant), you presented a very inaccurate view of Mississippi Power's Kemper County energy facility."

Tease photo Letters

Making Roads Safer

Imagine driving behind someone who is swerving from side to side. For years, we would have probably assumed that driver was drinking and driving.

Education

Saggy Pants and JSU

While I understand the cartoon was intended to poke fun at Stokes' attempt to better our region's youth, it took an unfair swipe at Jackson State University students.

Letters

To The Reverend Jim Futral

To The Reverend Jim Futral, Executive Director, Mississippi Baptist Convention

Education

[Letters] Congress, Support Mississippi Students

Under the budget approved by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Phil Bryant, Mississippi's Institutions of Higher Learning will receive $2,400 less per student for fiscal year 2013 than they ...

Civil Rights

[Letters] Circus Abuses Animals

In response to the article, "Under the Big Top" in (Vol. 10, Issue 40) June 13-19: The article was written with a magical and nostalgic feeling. But the reality of ...

Education

Vol. 10, No. 38

Make Charter Improvements Now

In a recent column, ("Why Charter Schools Died," Vol. 10, Issue 34, May 2-8, 2012) state Rep. Cecil Brown laid out the many flaws with the charter-school bill proposed this ...

Letters

Brown Rings Hollow

Vice President for Policy, Mississippi Center for Public Policy, Jackson

Rep. Cecil Brown's explanation as to why he opposed charter-school legislation this session ("Why Charter Schools Died," Vol. 10, Issue 34, May 2-8, 2012) rings hollow given that he was ...