A Mississippi man that was thought to be dead (and declared so) was found alive and kicking in a body bag at a funeral home, according to reports.
Funeral home employees noticed the man kicking inside the body bag after he was declared dead by the coroner, TIME reported. The elderly man’s name is Walter Williams. His pulse had ceased on Wednesday, according to reports. It was reported that Williams is breathing without assistance, but is still very weak, too much so to talk, his family in Mississippi told reporters.
Chris McDaniel is speaking around the state of Mississippi and you would think he was Ron Paul. The turn outs have been great for Chris and he is making 36 year Senator Thad Cochran very nervous about losing his seat.
When you listen to Chris speak, he has very little filter and can back up everything he says. This reminds me of Ted Cruz. Cruz speaks with intensive intellect and we get the same level rhetoric from Chris McDaniel.
LIBERTY PAC BABY!!!
Put a fork in him.
Thad Conchran is about done.
I went to a meeting in a BBQ shack (I stepped in horse poo on the way in) with some really good food.
After meeting the people around me Chris came in and started to talk.
Most of us there had never met Chris before, so he went into a full on Constitution loving, stone cold patriotic, with no filter and gave an honest speech that animated everyone in room.
He took the time to answer questions from as many people as he could. You could tell the feeling in the air was that everyone is scared of what this government is doing and we are ready to fight back.
This guy looks poised to take off with the the nomination.
He should replace Thad Cochran (R)
What his opponents are saying about him.
Chris McDaniel is a Tea Party Conservative much like Rand, Ted, and Mr. Lee.
McDaniel’s proudest moment back home came when he tried to override a veto from Republican governor Haley Barbour — one of the GOP establishment’s eminent figures — to rein in the state’s aggressive use of eminent domain for redevelopment purposes.
“Private property is one of the cornerstones of our Constitution. And if the government can take it arbitrarily for almost any purpose, then we are not truly a free people,” McDaniel tells me over breakfast in Washington, D.C.
The U.S. Army At Camp Shelby: Don't Say Christmas
By Todd Starnes /
Published December 24, 2013 / FoxNews.comDon’t say Christmas.
That’s the message that was conveyed to a group of soldiers at Camp Shelby by an equal opportunity officer from the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, according to a soldier who attended a recent briefing.
“It’s unbelievable that the Army would ban ‘Christmas’ like it’s a bad word,” said Michael Berry, an attorney with the Liberty Institute, a legal firm representing the unidentified soldier.
I will continue to make videos about the MS Senate race.
Neocons.... we are coming for you.
Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman Warren Strain said the shooting happened about 12:15 p.m. at the Asia Baptist Church.
Witnesses said a fight broke out between the pastor of the church and some members of the congregation.
Police were called to the scene, and authorities with the MBI said Lexington police opened fire and killed one man.
WAPT-TV attempted to contact the Lexington police chief for comment but those calls were not returned.
Is this another tactic to take down Internet Freedom?
Mississippi's attorney general is asking Google to address issues he said are allowing consumers to obtain illegal and counterfeit goods, including the online sale of drugs without a prescription.
Jim Hood is leading a group of national attorneys general who are concerned that Google's search algorithm often leads first to sites known to sell counterfeit goods. He said the attorneys general are also concerned that some of the sites in question are advertising with Google.
Notice in this article how they came on to this suspect.
They just really suck I suppose.
Apparently the man suspected of sending ricin to government officials thinks so...
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi man charged with mailing letters with suspected ricin to national leaders believed he had uncovered a conspiracy to sell human body parts on the black market, and on Thursday his attorney said he was surprised by his arrest and maintains he is innocent.
We don't really care what he thinks of us.
JACKSON, Miss. —New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is chiding the Mississippi Legislature for passing a bill pre-empting local food restrictions.
If the Mississippi bill becomes law, cities and counties won't be allowed to enact rules limiting such things as the size of soft drinks, the salt content in food or the shortening used in cookies.
Mississippi lawmakers are calling it the anti-Bloomberg bill.
Bloomberg's attempt to limit the portion sizes of sugary drinks was struck down by a New York judge this week.