When They Fell They Were Not Alone

By Keith Plunkett | May 28th, 2018 at 7:55 am

BY: Keith Plunkett / Editor

Keith Plunkett is a Policy Consultant, Editor, Writer, Founder and Publisher of MississippiPEP.com. http://mississippipep.com/profilegrid_blogs/keith-plunkett/

Filed Under: Contributor, Feature Stories, Federal Government, Inspirational, Justice, Keith Plunkett, Leadership, Liberty, Mississippi PEP, National, Principles of Freedom, Public Safety, Public Service, Virtue

When they went they were surrounded by the finest men and women on this earth — their buddies — who desperately tried to save their lives while holding their hands and comforted them, prayed with them, listened to all the little stories about their families and their homes…until they were gone. They were not alone and when the spirit left them and God in his infinite wisdom took them to his bosom, their military family lovingly wrapped them in whatever passed for a shroud and sent them home.

[VIDEO] Teaching Kindergarteners Character: A Firm Handshake

By MississippI PEP Staff | May 28th, 2018 at 1:22 am

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: Culture, Education, Ethics, Feature Stories, Inspirational, Leadership, National, News, Virtue

There are times when teachers may wonder, am I making a difference? The emphatic truth is yes, and the proof is in the morning routine of a kindergarten class in the Keene Independent School District in North Texas. Click Video To Watch Below:    Teaching the importance of a firm handshake. Video of the morning […]

The Redistribution Religion

By MississippI PEP Staff | May 14th, 2018 at 3:38 am

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: Commentary, Culture, Ethics, Faith, Mississippi PEP, Opinion, Principles of Freedom, Public Service, Religion, Virtue

True charity, with its lack of coercion, benevolent intentions, limited aims, and true connection between giver and receiver, is one of the finest ideas in any society. By forcing it under state control through erecting an expensive welfare state, we have done no favors to the poor and made the rich and middle-class more useless and disconnected from their fellow Americans.

Shine Your Light Into The World.

By MississippI PEP Staff | May 1st, 2018 at 5:23 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: Christianity, Civil Rights, Contributor, Culture, Faith, Feature Stories, Inspirational, Justice, Keith Plunkett, Law Enforcement, Liberty, Principles of Freedom, Religion, Virtue

Sunny Jacobs is an activist who uses her gentle yet powerful voice to help those who have been convicted of a crime they didn’t commit. In her speeches, she shares her own unthinkable story with grace, wisdom, and even a little humor.

Responsibility Is The Antidote To The Poverty Mindset

By Barry Brownstein | April 26th, 2018 at 6:24 pm

BY: Barry Brownstein / Professor of Economics - University of Baltimore

Barry Brownstein is professor emeritus of economics and leadership at the University of Baltimore. He is the author of The Inner-Work of Leadership.

Filed Under: Civil Rights, Contributor, Ethics, Justice, Liberty, Opinion, Politics, Progressivism, Property rights, Race, Social Justice, Unemployment, Virtue

What is essential is for the poor to experience a mindset shift towards taking more responsibility for their lives. Is it not time to approach the poverty problem believing that the poor are able to make this essential change?

The Conservative’s Dilemma

By MississippI PEP Staff | January 1st, 2018 at 12:51 am

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: Commentary, Culture, Ethics, Events, Liberty, Mississippi PEP, Opinion, Politics, Virtue

The conservative must not just be a person who votes for the conservative candidate and listens to a weekly sermon. The imaginative conservative must see things from different angles, must be able to plan, must see the interactions among religion, history, philosophy, and current events.

Boycotts And Safe Spaces Are For Degenerates

By Keith Plunkett | December 10th, 2017 at 11:46 am

BY: Keith Plunkett / Editor

Keith Plunkett is a Policy Consultant, Editor, Writer, Founder and Publisher of MississippiPEP.com. http://mississippipep.com/profilegrid_blogs/keith-plunkett/

Filed Under: Contributor, Culture, Ethics, Feature Stories, Keith Plunkett, Leadership, Liberty, Mississippi PEP, Opinion, Principles of Freedom, Public Safety, Public Service, Virtue

Do yourself and your fellow citizens a favor and let this video wash over you for a moment! Young men and women, many ethnicities but only one vision and one exceptional country. They didn’t boycott or retreat to a safe space. They showed up for duty and they sacrifice.

Culture and the Snare of Group Identity

By John Glenn | September 16th, 2017 at 7:11 am

BY: John Glenn / Asst. Professor of English

John L. Glenn is an Assistant Professor of English at Atlanta Metropolitan State College, and his writings have appeared in The Federalist, The Birmingham News, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Library Journal, and elsewhere.

Filed Under: Contributor, Culture, Drugs, Ethics, Feature Stories, History, Immorality, Liberty, Medicaid, Mississippi PEP, Opinion, Principles of Freedom, Race, Virtue

Convenient excuses are abundant (the system, the elites, outsiders, disadvantage) and need to be unveiled for what they are. The point is that until the stranglehold of group identity can be broken, a paradigm shift, enabling people to get beyond the very real and perceived obstacles, can’t happen

Pouring Out the Water of Satisfaction

By Oswald Chambers | September 3rd, 2017 at 9:47 am

BY: Oswald Chambers / Minister

Oswald Chambers (July 24, 1874 – November 15, 1917) was an early twentieth-century Scottish Baptist and Holiness Movement evangelist and teacher, best known for the devotional My Utmost for His Highest.

Filed Under: Christianity, Culture, Devotional Study, Faith, Inspirational, Leadership, Mississippi PEP, Principles of Freedom, Public Service, Religion, Virtue

We must sacrifice for others and for ourselves. If you are always keeping blessings to yourself and never learning to pour out anything “to the Lord,” other people will never have their vision of God expanded through you.

MCDANIEL: Then Along Came Heidi

By Chris McDaniel | August 30th, 2017 at 10:40 pm

BY: Chris McDaniel / Senator

Three-term Senator, Former U.S. federal law clerk, attorney, conservative commentator and MS counsel against Obamacare. Awarded the 2016 American Conservative Union's Award for Conservative Excellence.

Filed Under: Chris McDaniel, Contributor, Faith, Feature Stories, Inspirational, Mississippi PEP, Virtue

I recall that cold winter night in Pelahatchie 16 years ago, and I was on edge; my faith was shattered, I was lost and looking for answers.