Margie Riley McVay
Facebook has nearly 2 billion users, and at the touch of a button it could deliver a message to every one of them.
More and more Americans are joining the chorus that Facebook’s hoarding of data about its users, which has fueled its phenomenal growth, is not a good thing for us individually or as a nation. And it’s music to my ears.
Another year, another failure by the Mississippi Legislature to provide additional road and bridge funding.
That means, of course, that when it finally gets serious about doing so that the cost will be that much higher as the state’s highways and bridges continue to deteriorate.
Mississippi will hold two U.S. Senate races this year. That’s very important for our future, and it depends on the voters to make the choices. But with so much going on at once, here’s a rundown to bring you up to speed:
“Defend the poor and fatherless; do justice to the afflicted and needy.”
— Psalm 82:3
Our forefathers tried to carry out that command by implementing the Sixth Amendment. It requires, among other things, “the assistance of counsel” for people accused of crimes.