I went to the doctor this morning.
When I left the doctor, I stopped by Walgreens to pick up my medicine.
As I was standing in line awaiting my turn with two people in front of me and me being the last, I looked to my left and saw that they had the single bottles of Dasani water on sale.
My favorite brand. (Catch that.)
My brother loaned me a book and told me to read it, which I did. It was written by a Vietnam POW and he told of the torture and struggles the POW’s endured and went through while in captivity. It not only told of the pain and punishment the POW’s went through it also told about what his wife and children faced while he was confined.
Over the last several years, I’ve taken a keen interest in the history of the Mississippi Delta, especially since I came back here to live in 2017.
Jerry Mitchell is someone I’ve always wanted to interview.
Jerry is an award-winning investigative reporter and a former Pulitzer finalist.
In 1996, when then President Bill Clinton and the Republican majorities in Congress hashed out their major reform of the U.S. welfare system, one of the key elements of the package was to give states more flexibility in how the federal money is spent.
If any Democrats are willing to listen, James Carville is being sensible about a decision the party must make about its future.
In an interview on the MSNBC cable channel, Carville said the party is in danger of nominating a presidential candidate with little chance of winning this year’s election.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
After the Super Bowl, the month of February can be a little gray and unremarkable.
That is unless your team is making a run on the hardwood for a championship. In the Delta, farmers are keeping an eye on acreage intentions and watching the river height.