Only 6,000 Requests For Absentee Ballots Indicates Probable Low Turnout For June 5 Primaries.

By MississippI PEP Staff | May 30th, 2018 at 8:01 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: Delbert Hosemann, Elections, Federal Government, Mississippi, MS Secretary of State, MS State Government, News, Politics

With 1.8 million registered voters, only about 6,000 people have requested absentee ballots. Mississippi’s top elections official said Tuesday that a “disappointing” number of absentee ballots have been requested for the June 5 party primaries for U.S. House and Senate. Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said in a state with 1.8 million registered voters, only […]

Seven Ways Cindy Hyde-Smith Is Little More Than A Carbon-Copy Of Thad Cochran

By Ryan Walters | May 29th, 2018 at 12:34 pm

BY: Ryan Walters / Mississippi PEP Contributor

Ryan Walters is a life-long Mississippian from Jones County. He is a professor of history holding a bachelor and master’s degree in American history from the University of Southern Mississippi. He is the author of "The Last Jeffersonian: Grover Cleveland and the Path to Restoring the Republic." Find more of his writing at MississippiConservativeDaily.com

Filed Under: Budget, Chris McDaniel, Cindy Hyde-Smith, Contributor, Elections, Federal Government, Mississippi, Mississippi PEP, National, Opinion, Phil Bryant, Politics, Republican, Spending, Thad Cochran, US Congress

Cindy Hyde-Smith is showing herself to be a carbon copy of Thad Cochran, not exactly what liberty-loving conservatives wanted to see.

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.

IHL Commissioner Glenn Boyce: Vitter Contract Non-Renewal Story A “Rumor”

By MississippI PEP Staff | May 28th, 2018 at 7:18 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: Contributor, Feature Stories, Institutes of Higher Learning, Keith Plunkett, Law Enforcement, Liberty, Mississippi, Mississippi PEP, MS State Government, News, Ole Miss, Oxford, Public Safety, Race, Social Justice, William Winter

Vitter’s time at Ole Miss has been controversial as the influence of the William Winter Institute at the university has stirred racial discord on campus and between students. Just a few hours after the Ole Miss Rebels made headlines for beating Texas A&M to land a spot in the SEC Tournament championship, University of Mississippi […]

[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 Life To Know Him

By Oswald Chambers | May 27th, 2018 at 10:02 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, Commentary, Devotional Study, Faith, Influencing Institutions, Inspirational, Religion

Once our Lord was glorified in His ascension, the Holy Spirit came into the world, and He has been here ever since. We have to receive the revealed truth that He is here. The attitude of receiving and welcoming the Holy Spirit into our lives is to be the continual attitude of a believer.

Graduating Seniors: Graduate To A Higher Calling

By John Horvat | May 26th, 2018 at 10:31 am

BY: John Horvat / Contributor

John Horvat II is a scholar, researcher, educator, international speaker, and author of the book, Return to Order.

Filed Under: Contributor, Culture, Education, Faith, Feature Stories, Leadership, Mississippi PEP, Opinion

This is one of the greater challenges of today’s graduates. Many are not graduating. They receive their diplomas with great pomp and ceremony but do not make that passage to the next stage of life. They stay frozen in immaturity, unwilling to make the decisions that require effort and grit. They must assume new responsibilities.

Why Regulations Are Another Elite War Against Common Folk

By Jack Doll | May 21st, 2018 at 9:27 am

BY: Jack Doll / Public Accountant

Jack is a Villanova University graduate and a public accountant working in New York City. Follow him on Twitter @JDoll.

Filed Under: Contributor, Feature Stories, Federal Government, Mississippi PEP, Opinion, Politics

Some might argue that all of those regulations are eminently necessary, because the self-operating napkin will not work otherwise. Others may retort that there’s an easier way to wipe one’s mouth.

Full-Week Of Events Scheduled For Mississippi Politicos To Engage

By MississippI PEP Staff | May 20th, 2018 at 6:55 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: Chris McDaniel, Elections, Feature Stories, Federal Government, Hinds County, Lauderdale County, McComb, Meridian, Mississippi, Mississippi PEP, News, Pike County, Politics, Public Safety, Public Service, Rankin County, Republican, Spending, Transportation, US Congress

Mississippi’s political advocates and grassroots volunteers will have several opportunities to engage candidates and participate in discussion over public policy this week.  Monday, diners will enjoy a Penn’s catfish dinner at 6 provided by Country Boys Farm Supply in Pelahatchie as they listen to Senator Chris McDaniel discuss his run for US Senate. Third District Congressional […]

Taking Possession of Our Own Soul

By Oswald Chambers | May 20th, 2018 at 12:49 pm

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, Commentary, Culture, Devotional Study, Faith, Liberty, Mississippi PEP, Religion

We have to pick ourselves up by the back of the neck and shake ourselves; then we will find that we can do what we believed we were unable to do. The problem that most of us are cursed with is simply that we won’t. The Christian life is one of spiritual courage and determination lived out in our flesh.