Been a long day, it’s late, I’m tired. Here, just gonna toss these in your lap. Enjoy. Read more
Gov. Phil Bryant has several bills awaiting his signature this week, and Bobby Harrison takes a look at some of the key legislation on his desk. Also this week, Bobby examines the decrease in business tax collections, along with continued fallout from the passage of the controversial religious objection bill. Watch the webcast replay at DJournal.com, or listen below.
Hey y’all, don’t take rides with strangers. Might end up eating something that you really don’t want to eat.
There are some tremendously stupid people out there, and today we encounter someone with what I would call an “elite” moron. You’ll know which one I’m talking about when you get to it. Lordy. Read more
People are always looking for a sucker, so don’t be one. People are also apparently looking for something to burn, for no real good reason.
Hey, folks. Ever have someone show up to your house who shouldn’t have been there? Like, besides Jehovah’s Witnesses? Then you’ll identify with today’s reports. Read more
The 2016 Legislative session drew to a close last week, and Bobby Harrison provides a recap of what transpired at the Capitol the past few months. He’ll look at tax cuts, the effect of the GOP having a supermajority, and the most impactful legislation – and legislator – from this session. You can watch the webcast replay at DJournal.com, or listen below.
Hey there, everybody. It’s the weekend, and you should get it started off on the right foot by reading about people making poor life decisions. People like the 13-year-old who sneaks out to drink, or the guy who thought it’d be cool to violate a restraining order, or the shoplifter who’s very honest about her love of stealing things. Read more
The crazies are out in full force this week. Got a dude burning baby pictures, a shoplifter who’s supposed to be in surgery, and a very angry son. Enjoy, and be thankful for your relative sanity. Read more
Big news today on the currency front, as it was announced Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on our $20 bill. Tubman, of course, was a slave and later abolitionist who helped rescue others from slavery. Jackson was the United States’ seventh president – and a slave owner.
Jackson will remain on the $20 in some fashion. But this is a historically and symbolically significant move by Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew. And what’s really great about this is it helps us know if any of our friends or family members are racist (like @chief_keef_jon). It’s caused plenty of buzz on Twitter, of course, so let’s look at some reactions. Read more