Sponsors of the Term Limits Ballot Initiative will officially kick off the signature gathering drive at the Mississippi State Capitol on Thursday afternoon, July 23. Following the announcement at 2:30 sponsors will meet with volunteers to organize efforts across the state. The initiative has been given the official ballot initiative number 51. It would … Continue reading Mississippi Term Limits Ballot Initiative to launch on Thursday, July 23.
BY: Chris McDaniel @senatormcdaniel Five robed Justices of the United States Supreme Court can jolt a nation as surely as anything can. And last week they did just that with two rulings that border on the absurd. In what are truly troubling decisions, the Court determined that unenumerated federal Obamacare subsidies are, in fact, existent … Continue reading MCDANIEL: The Supreme Court: Lawlessness in the Name of Love
BY: Ryan S. Walters | Mississippi Conservative Daily Chris McDaniel, Melanie Sojourner, Michael Watson, and Perry Lee are the Profiles in Courage in the Mississippi Senate. “The true democracy, living and growing and inspiring, puts its faith in the people – faith that the people will not simply elect men who will represent their views … Continue reading WALTERS: In Praise of Courageous Leaders
State Sen. Chris McDaniel says he hasn't ruled out a run for lieutenant governor or some other state office, but his first preference would be a federal office, such as the one now held by U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo. "If I had to rank, I think frankly I would prefer a federal position, only because … Continue reading Chris McDaniel tells Clarion Ledger Editorial Board Lt. Gov. Run possible, but federal office not out of the picture.
The Associated Press is reporting that Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves will propose eliminating the franchise tax on business capital Tuesday as part of a larger package of tax cuts. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Joey Fillingane, R-Sumrall, confirmed to The Associated Press that Reeves will propose on Tuesday a phased-in elimination of the $220-million-a-year franchise tax. … Continue reading Lt. Gov. Reeves attempts to sell McDaniel’s 2009 tax cut legislation as his new idea.
BY: B. Keith Plunkett @Keithplunkett | UCF Staff On February 6, conservatives celebrated the gift of Ronald Reagan. Born on that date 104 years ago, his presidency embodies the finest moment for conservatism in the modern political era. It's why every candidate with an 'R' next to their name attempts to claim the mantle of … Continue reading PLUNKETT: Remembering Reagan’s confidence in creative community and public service.
Senator Chris McDaniel today announced a week-long series of events across Mississippi to discuss the official launch of a new state political action committee. McDaniel said the United Conservatives Fund (UCF) was organized by conservative thought-leaders, grassroots volunteers and community leaders from across the state. “Following what happened in the Republican Primary runoff for the … Continue reading Senator Chris McDaniel launches new PAC, will discuss future political plans on five city state tour beginning today.
Mississippi Conservative Daily reports on a conservative supporter's Facebook post taking Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves recently announced policy agenda to task, and for his willingness to kill similar legislation in previous sessions when introduced by 'persona non-grata' senators. At the start of the legislative session, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves unveiled his agenda for the upcoming … Continue reading MCD: Reeves election year agenda looks familiar.
BY: Ryan Walters @ryanswalters73 With less than four months until the primary election for US Senate in Mississippi, the political season is now in full swing. And like clockwork, the long-anticipated attacks against Senator Chris McDaniel by allies of the Thad Cochran camp have begun in earnest, and sadly, in dishonestly, if not downright hilarity. … Continue reading WALTERS: Thad Cochran Showing Early Signs of Desperation
BY: John Rhodes The Sun Herald's resident progressive, radical, extremist Bill Minor's column ("The Tea Party could squeeze Cochran out of office") was nothing less than a quarter-page free political ad for Thad Cochran. The attack on Chris McDaniel, who is a fine, honest, Christian family man, was deplorable. It's obvious Minor knows nothing about … Continue reading RHODES: Why are liberals like Minor supporting Thad Cochran?