J.T. :: On Demand

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5.25.16
 
USM baseball coach Scott Berry joins the J.T. Show
5.25.16
 
The J.T. Show (3rd Hour)
5.25.16
 
The J.T. Show (2nd Hour)
5.25.16
 
The J.T. Show (1st Hour)
5.24.16
 
Snippet of Matt Steffey on Children being Left in Cars
5.24.16
 
Snippet of Matt Steffey on the Legality of the Open Carry Incident
5.24.16
 
Full Interview with Matt Steffey on the JT Show
5.24.16
 
The J.T. Show (3rd Hour)
5.24.16
 
The J.T. Show (2nd Hour)
Matt Steffey, MC Law Professor, discusses the legality behind an open carry incident plus the recent arrest of a father who tragically left his daughter in a car and the daughter unfortunately died shortly after being discovered,
5.24.16
 
The J.T. Show (1st Hour)
5.23.16
 
Robert Farris with Palmer Home joins the JT Show
5.23.16
 
Jt on the Liberal Agenda
5.23.16
 
JT Interview with Dr Jonas King
5.23.16
 
The J.T. Show (3rd Hour)
Dr. Jonas King, Assistant Professor in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at MSU, talks about the Zika Virus ,
5.23.16
 
The J.T. Show (2nd Hour)
Robert Farris, VP of the Palmer Home, talks about the upcoming radio-thon,
5.23.16
 
The J.T. Show (1st Hour)
5.20.16
 
The J.T. Show (3rd Hour)
Sharon McConnell Dickerson, former Trump flight attendant, talks about her experience working under Trump,
5.20.16
 
The J.T. Show (2nd Hour)
5.20.16
 
The J.T. Show (1st Hour)
5.19.16
 
The J.T. Show (3rd Hour)
Senator Michael Watson talks about Obama's transgender bathroom directive as well as Dr. Wright's flip-flop,
5.19.16
 
The J.T. Show (2nd Hour)
5.19.16
 
The J.T. Show (1st Hour)
Sarah Ulmer, News Mississippi, talks about doing a Stay-cation in Mississippi,
5.18.16
 
The J.T. Show (3rd Hour)
5.18.16
 
The J.T. Show (2nd Hour)
Cliff Cargill, Boondocks FTA, talks about Constitutional, Open, and Enhanced Carry as well as clarifying the laws,
5.18.16
 
The J.T. Show (1st Hour)
Steve Parker, Deputy director with the MS Board of Pharmacy, talks about a new Mississippi law that will allow a pharmacy in a network to decline to provide drugs or service,