missippi-burningNow that Michael Brown has been laid to rest in Ferguson, Missouri, don’t expect the liberal media, the race hustlers or the Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate what happened in West Point, Mississippi. 

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ol-manOn Tuesday night, long time incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS) defeated Tea Party challenger Chris McDaniel in the GOP Senate primary by a mere 6,800 votes. This razor thin margin was due to an influx of Democrats who entered the Republican primary to vote for Cochran.

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BP Plc (BP/) must pay potentially hundredsof millions of dollars in claims after the U.S. Supreme Courtrefused to halt disputed payments stemming from the 2010 Gulf ofMexico oil spill.

Rejecting a request from BP, the justices today said theywouldn’t put a hold on lower court rulings that require the oilcompany to begin making the payments, part of a $9.2 billionaccord.

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A Louisiana man has been charged with manslaughter after an alleged altercation in Marion County.

According to Marion County officials, John T. Bradley III got into an alleged altercation with his stepson Chadlin Hall, which resulted in Hall getting stabbed.

Marion County law enforcement officers responded to the Hurricane Creek Road area off South 35 in the early hours of Sunday morning to a section of private property where a Memorial Day bike rally was being held.

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Some 160 kilometers of oyster reefs are being built along the Alabama coastto help mitigate effects of the 2010 BP oil spill. In front of one barrier island, concrete reef balls and bags filled with oyster shells now absorb wave action that had chewed a foot-high edge on the island’s marshy shoreline. Accumulating sediment is extending the marsh, and scientists report oyster recruitment and increased bird and fish activity around the sites.

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 neroLouisiana was just ranked as the second most miserable state.


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Isaac-sunday-5The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has issued a new advisory regarding tropical storm Isaac which is expected to turn into a hurricane.  According to the National Hurricane Center Issac is moving towards Louisiana/Mississippi.   The latest track from the center has the storm moving in the New Orleans area, and even more east towards the Mississippi Gulf Coast. 


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