Jesse Jackson was in Memphis this past weekend, rekindling memories of a mission -- political as much as religious -- still in need of fulfillment.
by Jackson Baker on August 17, 2017
by Jackson Baker on August 11, 2017
by Jackson Baker on August 3, 2017
Event will be held on August 5th in conjunction with a local representative of Minister Louis Farrakhan.
by Jackson Baker on July 28, 2017
by Jackson Baker on July 20, 2017
Luttrell and county commission make grudging progress toward a budget but are still scrapping over a tax rate.
by Jackson Baker on July 13, 2017
With gubernatorial field remaining static, speculation turns to U.S. Senate prospects; Shelby Dems about to reorganize.
by Jackson Baker on July 6, 2017
County mayor’s composure wears thin after commission action (and inaction) on a triad of issues.
by Jackson Baker on June 29, 2017
Local disagreements on key issues reflect the national partisan divide.
by Jackson Baker on June 22, 2017
More names for the 2018 political season, plus a brewing controversy.
by Jackson Baker on June 15, 2017
Democratic House Leader from West Tennessee says it's time "to take Confederate monuments and the evil they represent down."
by Jackson Baker on August 20, 2017 at 6:44PM
Would exempt Shelby County from provisions of Heritage Protecton Act requiring 2/3 waiver vote for action on monuments.
by Jackson Baker on August 19, 2017 at 5:52PM
Senator tells media in Chattanooga that the President "has not demonstrated" stability or competetence, "doubles down" on his mistakes, and lacks understanding "of what has made this nation great."
by Jackson Baker on August 17, 2017 at 7:59PM