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None of that stopped prominent Republicans Haley Barbour, Mike Huckabee, and Trent Lott from giving speeches to the organization. In 1997, Lott was was photographed meeting with CCC leaders at his Washington office. When challenged about the group, Lott replied that he wasn't aware of its views on ...
Proponents also believe that reviving earmarks will strengthen Congress vis-a-vis the executive branch, increase members' ability to impact policy outcomes, and get the stalled appropriations process moving once again. For instance, former Sens. Trent Lott, R-Miss., and John Breaux, D-La., have called ...

Trent Lott, a Mississippi Republican, once advised constituents to fill out "the basic census information" but added that if they felt "their privacy is being invaded by those (additional) questions, they (could) choose not to answer those questions." And George W. Bush, then a candidate for president, said he ...
He has also worked as counsel for the late Sen. Jesse Helms and as advisor and counsel for former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott. In Fayetteville, Wilkie attended Reid Ross High School and Alexander Graham Junior High. He is married to the former Julia Bullard, whose family owned and operated the ...
PASCAGOULA, Miss. -- An Airsoft bb gun was found in the book bag of a Trent Lott Academy student Wednesday morning, according to Principal Stewart Smirthwaite. The school is for fifth and sixth graders in Pascagoula. According to the message disseminated on the Pascagoula-Gautier School District ...

The Senate NATO Observer Group was first established in 1997, by then-Senate leaders Republican Trent Lott of Mississippi, and South Dakota Democrat Tom Daschle. This Observer Group proved instrumental in helping guide Senate approval of NATO aspirant countries from Eastern and Southern ...
The Business Advisory Council for The College of Business at The University of Southern Mississippi will honor Chuck Scianna ('75) as the 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year during a luncheon on Friday, April 6th in the Trent Lott National Center on the Hattiesburg campus. Scianna is the owner, founder, and ...

The Senate NATO Observer Group was first established in 1997, by then-Senate leaders Republican Trent Lott of Mississippi, and South Dakota Democrat Tom Daschle. This Observer Group proved instrumental in helping guide Senate approval of NATO aspirant countries from Eastern and Southern ...
Gov. Phil Bryant talks Tuesday during the Mississippi Works Tour at the Trent Lott National Center on the Southern Miss campus. Bryant discussed Mississippi's economy, workforce training and economic development efforts. Haskel Burns/Hattiesburg American. 636567163083949503-ihl-appointees.JPG.
He did not seek the limelight, nor did he have much stomach for power politics — an aversion that at one point in his career allowed a more ambitious junior senator, Trent Lott, to leap-frog him on the Republican leadership ladder. What Cochran was good at was treating his colleagues on both sides of the ...
Reacting to Cochran's announcement, Trent Lott, a former U.S. Senator from Mississippi who resigned in 2007, said: “I hate it for his sake because I know he loved the job, and he's done an awful lot of good for Mississippi. He's earned his retirement, and we owe him a great debt of gratitude. He loves the ...
“Disorder, chaos, instability, uncertainty, intemperate statements are not conservative virtues in my opinion.” Trent Lott, the former Republican Senate majority leader from Mississippi, said GOP lawmakers “feel a good deal of consternation” about the White House-induced whiplash. But he added: “I assume ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican Sen. Thad Cochran of Mississippi has given a farewell speech in the U.S. Senate, where he's the longest-serving current member of Congress. The 80-year-old Cochran is retiring April 1 because of poor health. He says he's "optimistic about the future of our great nation.".
The University of Southern Mississippi's College of Business honored alumnus Chuck Scianna as the 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year during a special luncheon held Friday, April 6 at the Trent Lott National Center on the University's Hattiesburg campus. Scianna, a 1975 graduate, is the owner, founder, and ...
Pursuing a double major in public policy leadership and African American studies, Coon is a member of the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College and the Trent Lott Leadership Institute. As an ASB senator, Coon worked with NAACP student organizers to remove the Mississippi state flag from campus ...



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1968 -- Begins his political career as administrative assistant to US Rep. William M. Colmer, a one-time Dixiecrat and staunch segregationist.

1972 -- Elected to the US House of Representatives, taking over Colmer's seat-- with his mentor's blessing--as a Republican.

1978 -- Introduces bill restoring Jefferson Davis' U.S. citizenship.

1980 -- At a rally for Ronald Reagan in Jackson, Miss., Lott praises Thurmond much as he will 22 years later.

"You know if we had elected this man 30 years ago, we wouldn't be in the mess we are today."

1981 -- Intervenes at the US Supreme Court to defend the tax-exempt status of Bob Jones University in South Carolina, under review because the school openly discriminates against any student "engaged in an interracial marriage or known to advocate interracial marriage or dating."

"Racial discrimination does not always violate public policy."

1983 -- Votes against making the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday a national holiday.

"Look at the cost involved in the Martin Luther King holiday and the fact that we have not done it for a lot of other people that were more deserving."

1984 -- In an interview with Southern Partisan magazine, Lott explains why he opposed expanding the Voting Rights Act.

"They are still trying to exact Reconstruction legislation that is just not fair."

1984 -- In a speech to the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Biloxi, Mississippi, Lott sells the Party of Lincoln.

"The spirit of Southern Civil War leader Jefferson Davis lives in the 1984 Republican platform."

1988 -- Elected to the US Senate.

1992 -- Delivers a keynote address to the Council of Conservative Citizens, the successor to the segregationist White Citizens' Councils of the 1960s.

"The people in this room stand for the right principles and the right philosophy. Let's take it in the right direction, and our children will be the beneficiaries."

1996 -- Votes no on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which would have prohibited job discrimination based on sexual orientation. He argues:

"Its goal is not fairness for individuals. Its goal is social revolution.... ENDA is part of a larger and more audacious effort to make the public accept behavior that most Americans consider dangerous, unhealthy, or just plain wrong."

1997 -- Chosen by Senate Republicans to be Majority Leader.

1997 -- In an interview with Time, Lott acknowledges that he supported segregation while a student at the University of Mississippi.

"Yes, you could say that I favored segregation then. I don't now... The main thing was, I felt the federal government had no business sending in troops to tell the state what to do."
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