Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant applauded efforts by Republican Senators Cindy Hyde-Smith and Roger Wicker to get the home of Civil Rights leader Medgar Evers designated a National Monument. However the Governor conveniently omitted the fact that Represenative Benny Thompson layed the ground work for this 16 years ago. And has been fighting to make it happen every since. In my opinion this is window dressing for Hyde-Smith who is expecting another strong challenge from Mike Espy when she runs for a full term in the senate. She was hand picked by Bryant for the seat despite initial concerns on the part of President Donald Trump, who came to Mississippi to campaign for her. The fact that Roger Wicker was involved is surely an effort to camouflage the ovious. Under Bryants leadership things happen when they ploitically prfoitable, in the last legislative session the Governor signed off on a number of tax cuts which he supported. As a result some programs would no longer be funded at sufficient levels or not recieve needed increases so Governor became a fan of a state lottey for Mississippi and pushed it through a special Legislative session. The moral of this story: It’s politics as usual..
KidsZone held the 3RD Saturday in each month at St. Luther M.B. Church 1040 st. Jackson MS. and you are invited to bring your children ages 3-12. Kids Zone is a place where kids can be kids while learning about Jesus. kids and teens facilitators participate in Praise and Worship, group lessons, games , crafts and more. lunch is also provided. Simply register by texting your name and cell# to 769-798-5647 activites start at 11:30am.
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