Archive | June 29th, 2012

CARTER: Romney may have generational edge in repelling space invaders

June 29, 2012

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       Americans give President Obama only so-so marks on his handling of the economy. But nearly two out of three say he’s the leader they want calling the shots once an armada of flying saucers comes over the horizon, National Geographic’s “Aliens Among Us” poll found. The magazine surveyed a random nationwide sample […]

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State foreclosure inventory inches up as much of nation declines

June 29, 2012

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Mississippi ended May with a 0.03 percent increase in home foreclosure inventory compared to the same period a year ago, California real estate research and inform CoreLogic reports. Mississippi’s increase comes as foreclosure inventories in most states are showing declining percentages, CoreLogic said. Mississippi’s residential foreclosure inventory represented 2.7 percent of all homes on the […]

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True South Classic firms up field for July 16-22 tourney

June 29, 2012

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  With less than three weeks until tee off, Mississippi’s only PGA TOUR event, True South Classic, has set its initial player commitment list for the July 16-22 tournament at Madison’s Annandale Golf Club. Former TOUR winners Stuart Appleby, Jason Bohn, D.A. Points and Rocco Mediate are already committed to play for the $3 million […]

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Despite ‘Citizens United’, politics remains hazardous for corporations

June 29, 2012

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The controversial Citizens United decision ostensibly unleashed American corporations to spend more freely on political advocacy. But despite the green light, many of the most powerful consumer brands in America are under pressure to get out of politics. And due to the added scrutiny, some have heeded the call. In the 2010 decision in Citizens […]

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