A lawsuit that, in part, would silence a former manager of the Kemper Project power plant has been dismissed.Read More →
By Johnny Kampis | Watchdog.org
In late 2011, a contractor on the Kemper Project in east central Mississippi found a key component of the gasifier towers of the plant was failing, causing months of delays and untold amounts of cost overruns.
Could this aspect of the project’s problems be what former manager Brett Wingo wishes to speak […]
Batteries for cell phones and guns for tattooing, white powdery substances and Bluetooth devices, sharp gleaming shanks wrapped up in tape — these are a few of Mississippi prisoners’ favorite things.Read More →
Zilch. Zip. Nada.
That was the point tally by U.S. House members for both Alabama and Mississippi in a GovTrack.us study of who sponsored or co-sponsored 20 bills in Congress in 2014 designed to increase government transparency.Read More →
The bustling Interstate 10/110 interchange in D’Iberville was supposed to be home to a bustling, tourist-attracting aquarium by now, but that prime real estate remains a mere weed-filled dirt track full of empty promises.Read More →
Democrats, who generally fight voter ID laws due to concerns of disenfranchisement of poorer voters, argue the threat of voter fraud is overblown.
Tell that to residents of such cities as Marion and Greensboro, West Alabama municipalities in which such fraud has proved pervasive over the years.Read More →