Thursday, July 19, 2018

Weidie Report

Thousands on the Brooklyn Bridge; 300 at Mississippi’s Governor’s Mansion

Undocumented is illegal A few weeks ago I visited one of my sons and his wife who live and work in New York City....

Sen. Hyde-Smith hands Chris McDaniel a legitimate campaign gift

National debt is now over $21.1 trillion ($21,110,000,000,000) and rapidly growing On May 17 the U.S. Senate rejected a resolution by Sen. Rand Paul...

Sports gambling is not a massive new industrial development

Gambling is a tax on people who are bad at math In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that will open the...

Politicians: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly; And Then There Is...

Thad Cochran – one of the best to ever serve Mississippi For a man who was elected to the U.S.House of Representatives in 1972...

Others can share blame with political boy wonder for Hyde-Smith campaign...

When Gov. Phil Bryant appointed Cindy Hyde-Smith to the U.S. Senate to fill the remaining term of Sen. Thad Cochran until this November’s special election,...

Memo to Chris McDaniel: Ronald Reagan was once a Democrat

In an April 1 online appeal for campaign contributions, Chris McDaniel took several shots at recently appointed U.S. Sen. Cindy-Hyde Smith for the sin...

Gov. Bryant makes good pick to replace Sen. Cochran; GOP should...

National Review, founded by William F. Buckley, Jr. calls Alabama’s Roy Moore a “deeply flawed” candidate; Chris McDaniel would be a deeper “deeply flawed”...

Chris McDaniel is a very good reason to vote for Sen....

Or anybody else if McDaniel instead runs in the special election to replace Sen. Thad Cochran As Republican U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker faces re-election...

Ronnie Shows said, “Burns (Strider) is not really built to be...

NY Times reports Hillary Clinton refused to fire Mississippian accused of sexual harassment The national sexual harassment epidemic continues. Allegations have come out on an...

Lots of trial balloons floated in race to succeed Congressman Harper...

Almost all Mississippians were shocked, or at least surprised, when U. S. Rep. Gregg Harper, first elected to the House in 2008, announced he...