Republicans Cave to Lobbying Pressure, MS State Senate Passes Bill Providing for Massive Government Overreach

Republicans have campaigned for years to reduce the size and scope of government’s reach. For years, the Republican platform has championed limited government. For decades, Republican politicians have promised not to empower bureaucrats and the agencies they control, especially the Federal IRS and Mississippi’s Department of Revenue. Evidently, the people of Mississippi have been misled. […]


Proof of Citizenship Requirement to Vote in Mississippi Elections Defeated by Alliance of Democrats and RINOS

One of our most fundamental and important rights is the right to vote. Maintaining the integrity of our elections is the only way to guarantee the stability of our Republic. To do this, we must provide for an elections process that ensures the citizens of our state and nation are the ones making the decisions […]


MISSISSIPPIANS SHOW THE NATION THAT OUR TEARS ARE NEITHER BLACK NOR WHITE

BY: Senator Chris McDaniel On Saturday May 9, Mississippians were shocked to learn that two Hattiesburg police officers, Benjamin Deen and Liquori Tate — one white, one black — were senselessly gunned down after making what appears to have been a routine traffic stop. To date, law enforcement on the local, state and federal levels […]


LATEST “STATE OF THE STATES” DATA SHOWS OPPORTUNITY FOR CONSERVATIVE REVIVAL STARTS IN MISSISSIPPI

BY: B. Keith Plunkett @Keithplunkett | UCF Staff The latest ‘State of the States’ reports by Gallup are out this week and the findings show what most already knew about Mississippi: we identify ourselves as the most conservative state in the nation, retaking that distinction from neighboring Alabama. However, as in years past in the […]


SENATOR CHRIS MCDANIEL TO END WEEK-LONG UNITED CONSERVATIVES FUND ANNOUNCEMENT TOUR TONIGHT ON MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

Laurel, MS. January, 30, 2015–Senator Chris McDaniel will be joined tonight by Gulf Coast conservatives in D’iberville to complete a week-long tour of the state announcing the launch of a new member-led political action committee. McDaniel started last Friday in Tupelo and made stops in Southaven, Pearl, and Hattiesburg over the past week. Hundreds across […]