I have a few accounts at Regions Bank, out of some form of inertia. They originated when the place was called Bank of Oxford. Yesterday while I was out of town, some person at Regions called the office and asked for me and would not leave a number but asked me to call back.
While you await my discussion of the McDaniel election contest opinion, I will direct your attention to Anderson’s quotation and discussion of the Tea Party response. The response contains the sentence quoted in the title of this post. While I cannot explain its meaning, I make some notes about the recurrence of warnings about […]
Will be posting, I hope later today, about the McDaniel election challenge. Lots to digest and much is occurring that is not the internet.
New York’s Big Gay Ice Cream Truck is a pioneer and national award winner in the food truck business. They’re doing a Southern Tour, hitting North Carolina, Atlanta (yesterday & today), Birmingham (tomorrow, near Highlands at Five Points), and then Oxford outside Big Bad Breakfast on Friday afternoon. They are writing about the […]
In the oral argument for the McDaniel senate election challenge, Justice Coleman’s questions were all directed to a extraordinarily narrow view of appropriate statutory construction, a view that seemed to go to the point of refusing to make sense out of what the legislature had done and applying a restrictive and extremely literal approach. […]
The Lafayette County Bar will hold a judicial candidate forum on October 21, 2014 at Boure starting at 4PM. All judicial candidates on the ballot in Lafayette County are invited, which means three candidates for a circuit post, three for a chancery post, and two for a second chancery post. Judge Jimmy Maxwell of […]
We are hosting a party that is a tribute to Democratic House leader Bobby Moak. There will be great music — a soul music with Effie Bert and friends– food, and drink. Here is the invite. You folks ought to come.
In a Scientific American account of how the Nobel Prize changes your life, Brian Schmidt describes taking the prize to show his grandmother…
“When I won this, my grandma, who lives in Fargo, North Dakota, wanted to see it. I was coming around so I decided I’d bring my Nobel Prize. […]
With apologies to Cari Gervin, here is one from my friend Dwight New, Auburn fan/graphic artist.