Gov. Phil Bryant stopped by the studio to preview Monday’s presidential debate

Hereeeeeeee we go, Mississippi.  Its debate season!  The most anticipated debate of all time is at our doorstep, and before we let it in, Phil Bryant stopped by the Gallo show to give his thoughts on what you can expect to see out of Donald Trump, and also gave some updates from whats going on … Continue reading “Gov. Phil Bryant stopped by the studio to preview Monday’s presidential debate”

Rev Jesse Lee Peterson Gives his Take on the Charlotte Riots

“What we see happening in Charlotte, North Carolina is becoming the norm. Until we get a new President, we might as well get used to it…” Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, founder of BOND: Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man, gives his take on the Charlotte Riots and what it’s going to take to improve race … Continue reading “Rev Jesse Lee Peterson Gives his Take on the Charlotte Riots”

Gallo hosts a roundtable discussion on how to improve race relations in Mississippi

Neddie Winters of Mission Mississippi and Eric E. Pratt, Vice President for Christian Development at Mississippi College, joined Gallo in-studio for what was supposed to be a discussion about Trump’s attempt to reach out to African-American voters.  However, with the news about police-involved shootings in Charlotte, NC and Tulsa, OK, the conversation shifted to race relations with … Continue reading “Gallo hosts a roundtable discussion on how to improve race relations in Mississippi”

Gallo welcomed a former undercover narcotics agent and it was radio gold

Charlie Spillers, author of the book Confessions of an Undercover Agent: Adventures, Close Calls, and the Toll of a Double Life, joined Gallo to discuss his book.  In that discussion, though, was outstanding radio as Mr. Spillers told stories from his time undercover.  It was like you were listening to a Law and Order episode, … Continue reading “Gallo welcomed a former undercover narcotics agent and it was radio gold”

Gallo breaks down Hillary Clinton’s lacking poll numbers among African-Americans

Democrats in recent history have done extremely well among African-American voters.  Hillary’s numbers, however, are historically low among a crucial voter demographic for Democratic presidential candidates.  What does it mean? Gallo explains…

So Colin Powell doesn’t seem to be a big Hillary Clinton fan

Former Secretary of State, Four Star General, and holder of many other prestigious titles Colin Powell was recently the victim of email hacking.  Those emails, however, revealed that Mr. Powell had some … unflattering … things to say about Hillary.  Gallo breaks it down.

Study Estimates How Many Votes Can Be Shifted Due to Google Search Bias

“Google’s manipulation in this Presidential race is worth about $3 million votes…” Gallo discusses a study completed by Robert Epstein that examines how bias search suggestions and search autocomplete can sway voters during an election including the upcoming Presidential election:

Rep Bomgar Discusses OutofLastPlace.com

Representative Bomgar has created a new website to answer definitively why Mississippi is in last place, how we got there and what it will take to get us out of it with all of this supported with economic modeling, data crunching, and solutions on how we can close the gap. Listen below for more: You … Continue reading “Rep Bomgar Discusses OutofLastPlace.com”