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Ponzi Schemes, Depression & Joe Versus The Volcano


Last month I heard a piece on public radio "Why are we so bad at spotting cons?" (If you're a friend of mine over the past few weeks... {read more}.

President Obama's clemency on Mississippi cases


My column this week looks at President Barack Obama's clemency actions nationwide as well as in Mississippi. You can read it ... {read more}.

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Brian Perry merges diverse experiences in strategic communication and political management. In 2012, Perry was named one of the top ten political influencers in Mississippi by Campaigns & Elections Magazine. The Washington Post named Perry one of Mississippi’s top politicos to follow on Twitter. Perry spent five years as a congressional aide in Washington, DC, served as spokesperson for Governor Haley Barbour’s 2007 reelection, is a former political director of the Mississippi Republican Party and a pioneer in Mississippi’s online political media. Perry writes a political column for the Madison County Journal which is syndicated in newspapers around the state.

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Brian Wilson combines national government affairs experience with local project success. A veteran of statewide and congressional campaigns, Wilson served five years as senior legislative assistant to Senator Trent Lott. Wilson has successfully handled projects for local and state government, as well as clients in higher education, economic and community development, tourism, and the defense industry. Wilson served as the founding executive director of the Noxubee Alliance where he earned the 2008 Community Economic Development Award from the Mississippi Development Authority and Mississippi Economic Development Council. He has served as a delegate to the Republican National Convention and worked in local Republican leadership positions. Wilson has chaired the LQC Lamar House Advisory Committee in Oxford and been involved in Mississippi’s three National Heritage Areas.

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