Senate Conservative Coalition continues town hall tour with stop in Natchez.


Member Senators with the Mississippi Senate Conservative Coalition (MSCC) will be in Natchez on Tuesday, September 17 and Wednesday September 18 to meet with area business and community leaders in preparation for the upcoming 2014 Mississippi Legislative Session. The group met two weeks ago with over 50 political, business and education leaders from across Madison, … Continue reading Senate Conservative Coalition continues town hall tour with stop in Natchez.

WATSON: For Elected Officials who won’t roll up their sleeves– “shame on them”.


BY: Senator Michael Watson--@MichaelWatsonMS In a recent news report published in the Clarion Ledger on education, Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves questions the timing of the inquiry into Common Core standards by myself and my colleagues in the Mississippi Senate Conservative Coalition. One might think based on his comments that bad policy has a statute of … Continue reading WATSON: For Elected Officials who won’t roll up their sleeves– “shame on them”.

Senate Conservative Coalition Policy Chairman Michael Watson criticizes bias at Daily Journal over Common Core


The Mississippi Senate Conservative Coalition today released a copy of a Letter to the Editor sent to Daily Journal Editor Lloyd Gray by Senator Michael Watson. In the letter, Watson strongly condemns the Daily Journal’s biased reporting on Common Core, specifically questioning a recent report by Daily Journal writer Chris Kieffer. READ HERE Kieffer writes … Continue reading Senate Conservative Coalition Policy Chairman Michael Watson criticizes bias at Daily Journal over Common Core

#7for7: The fight for facts with #CommonCore, Hood heads North, Texting-while-driving and Barbers just wanna have fun.


This weeks #7for7 has the Mississippi Senate Conservative Coalition digging for answers from government-school bureaucrats, while government-school bureaucrats attempt to wait out the clock and push propaganda to keep the pyramid scheme alive. The Attorney General's Office is the latest to flee downtown Jackson, sort of. We ask your thoughts on proposals to regulate texting-while-driving. … Continue reading #7for7: The fight for facts with #CommonCore, Hood heads North, Texting-while-driving and Barbers just wanna have fun.