Former Southaven Mayor Greg Davis Found Not-Guilty In Retrial

By MississippI PEP Staff | June 20th, 2017 at 5:52 pm

BY: MississippI PEP Staff /

The MS PEP Staff consists of a number of volunteers across the state dedicated to sharing news and commentary important to conservatives.

Filed Under: Desoto County, Ethics, Greg Davis, Immorality, Law Enforcement, Mississippi Municipalities, News, Oxford, Southaven

The verdict came in the second day of Davis’ retrial, and reversed his 2014 conviction on both charges. The state Court of Appeals threw out the original verdict in 2016, ruling Davis should have received a change of venue due to pre-trial publicity.

PLUNKETT: 2013 Mississippi Law To Protect History Has A Monumental Loophole

By Keith Plunkett | May 26th, 2017 at 6:12 am

BY: Keith Plunkett / Managing Editor

Keith Plunkett is the Policy and Communications Director for the United Conservatives Fund, and the Founder and Publisher of MississippiPEP.com.

Filed Under: Contributor, Culture, Ethics, Feature Stories, Governor, History, Keith Plunkett, Law Enforcement, Legislature, Mississippi, Mississippi PEP, Mississippi State House, MS State Government, Opinion, Politics

This law doesn’t protect any monument from being moved. It spreads the authority in confusing ways into a labyrinth of bureaucracy, enough to make it more difficult for citizens to determine which entity and what level of government is actually responsible.

FISCHER: Is It “UnChristian” To Execute 8 Murderers In 11 Days?

By Bryan Fischer | April 21st, 2017 at 3:07 pm

BY: Bryan Fischer / Contributor

Bryan Fischer is the host of the daily 'Focal Point' radio talk program on AFR Talk, a division of the American Family Association. 'Focal Point' airs live from 1-3 pm.

Filed Under: Bryan Fischer, Christianity, Contributor, Culture, Feature Stories, Law Enforcement, Mississippi PEP, Opinion, Public Safety

The Bible is clear that when civil government allows people to skate for decades after having been justly convicted of murder, the result is that more and more innocent people will die as the restraint of the law against violence becomes an increasingly meaningless and theoretical concept.

PLUNKETT: Dylan Wood Deserves Respect For Actions In Ole Miss Vandalism Case

By Keith Plunkett | April 20th, 2017 at 5:53 am

BY: Keith Plunkett / Managing Editor

Keith Plunkett is the Policy and Communications Director for the United Conservatives Fund, and the Founder and Publisher of MississippiPEP.com.

Filed Under: Contributor, Culture, Ethics, Feature Stories, Influencing Institutions, Keith Plunkett, Law Enforcement, Leadership, Liberty, Mississippi PEP, MS State Government, Ole Miss, Opinion, Oxford, Politics, Public Safety, Social Justice, State Flag, Virtue

“In my conversations with Dylan he has been measured in his approach to all of this, repeatedly saying he wanted to be sure he gave these young ladies and the others involved every opportunity to do the right thing. He has offered for them to join him in using this to help unify the school […]

Gov. Bryant Signs Bill Funding Trooper School

By MississippI PEP Staff | April 11th, 2017 at 5:07 pm

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The MS PEP Staff consists of a number of volunteers across the state dedicated to sharing news and commentary important to conservatives.

Filed Under: Budget, Governor, Law Enforcement, Legislature, Mississippi, MS State Government, News, Phil Bryant, Public Safety, Spending

MHP is currently allowed to have about 650 troopers on the roadway, but they only about 475. There are also about 150 troopers due for retirement.

Jackson Officials Say Expect No Changes To Current Policy Over Immigration

By MississippI PEP Staff | April 9th, 2017 at 7:10 am

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The MS PEP Staff consists of a number of volunteers across the state dedicated to sharing news and commentary important to conservatives.

Filed Under: City of Jackson, Democrats, Immigration, Law Enforcement, Legislature, Mississippi Municipalities, MS State Government, News, Public Safety

Jackson city leaders have no plans to rollback an ordinance prohibiting police officers from questioning people about their immigration status, which some state officials have said makes the capital city a sanctuary for illegal immigrants. Jackson’s persistence comes amid state and federal promises to crack down on illegal immigration and cities that aid undocumented immigrants. […]

PLUNKETT: Student Files Affidavit Against Ole Miss ‘Phenomenal Woman’ For Racially Motivated Criminal Conspiracy

By Keith Plunkett | April 7th, 2017 at 8:32 am

BY: Keith Plunkett / Managing Editor

Keith Plunkett is the Policy and Communications Director for the United Conservatives Fund, and the Founder and Publisher of MississippiPEP.com.

Filed Under: Contributor, Culture, Democrats, Education, Ethics, Feature Stories, Immorality, Influencing Institutions, Keith Plunkett, Law Enforcement, Mississippi, Mississippi PEP, Ole Miss, Oxford, Public Safety, Race

Wood agreed earlier in the month when asked by University Police to not file charges on the condition that Scott agreed to sit down and discuss the incident with him. But Scott has refused to reach out to Wood.

“She had every chance in the world to contact me,” Wood said.

MAHARREY: Mississippi Law to Ban Sanctuary Cities Actually Doesn’t

By Michael Maharrey | April 6th, 2017 at 1:29 am

BY: Michael Maharrey / Communications Director -- Tenth Amendment Center

Michael Maharrey is the Communications Director for the Tenth Amendment Center. He proudly resides in the original home of the Principles of '98 - Kentucky. He is the author of the book, 'Our Last Hope: Rediscovering the Lost Path to Liberty'.

Filed Under: Contributor, Ethics, Federal Government, Governor, Immigration, Law Enforcement, Leadership, Legislature, Liberty, Mississippi, Mississippi PEP, Mississippi State Senate, MS State Government, Opinion, Phil Bryant, Politics, Principles of Freedom, Public Safety, Sean Tindell, Tenth Amendment

As signed by Gov. Bryant, the new law would not bar implementation of local provisions prohibiting inquiries about a person’s immigration status. It also doesn’t prohibit local authorities from releasing undocumented immigrants from custody once they’ve posted bond, or served their time, even if ICE requests an immigration detainer. In short, SB2710 does not prohibit the most common sanctuary city policies and in no way outlaws sanctuary cities.

BROWN: Everyone Should Agree On These Common Sense Welfare Program Reforms.

By Chris Brown | March 22nd, 2017 at 3:41 am

BY: Chris Brown / State Representative, District 20

Chris Brown is a Republican member of the Mississippi House of Representatives from Nettleton serving District 20. He is the author of House Bill 1090. Readers can contact him at crbrown@house.ms.gov

Filed Under: Contributor, Entitlements, Ethics, Law Enforcement, Legislature, Medicaid, Mississippi, Mississippi PEP, Mississippi State House, Mississippi State Senate, MS State Government, Opinion, Republican, Spending

These are common ground proposals that ensure those who need assistance are able to receive it. The legislation prevents criminals from taking advantage of welfare recipients and taxpayers. It reduces the cost of the social safety net for state government. Best of all, it provides an incredible opportunity for folks who are able to move out of welfare dependency and poverty to a better life.

Civil Forfeiture Reform Signed Into Law By Governor Requires Confiscated Property To Be Reported, Warrants To Be Issued.

By MississippI PEP Staff | March 15th, 2017 at 7:00 am

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The MS PEP Staff consists of a number of volunteers across the state dedicated to sharing news and commentary important to conservatives.

Filed Under: Ethics, Governor, Law Enforcement, Legislature, Mississippi, Mississippi Municipalities, Mississippi PEP, Mississippi State House, MS Bureau of Narcotics, MS State Government, News, Phil Bryant, Public Safety, Revenue

Civil forfeiture opponents at the Institute for Justice report on Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signing a bill on Monday, March 13, that adds new transparency requirements to civil forfeiture. Th3 law still allows law enforcement to confiscate property without filing criminal charges. Whenever a law enforcement agency seizes property, it must provide a description of the property […]