Rick Looser on the Relaunch of the Mississippi…Believe It! Campaign

“He asked me where I was from and I said I was from Mississippi and he said let me ask you something, do you see the KKK on your streets everyday and do you hate black people?” – Rick Looser Rick Looser, COO of the Cirlot Agency, discusses the Mississippi…Believe It! campaign including a conversation … Continue reading “Rick Looser on the Relaunch of the Mississippi…Believe It! Campaign”

GalloSnippet: Ron Aldridge Shares a Story of Trivial Regulations on a Small Business

Today’s Gallo Snippet features Ron Aldridge, State Director of NFIB, telling the story of a small business that almost had to shut its doors due to a trivial regulation dealing with a bathroom in their home:   Click HERE for the Full Interview

Patti Ann Herrington on the Loss of Her Son & Firefly Outreach

“On August 3, 2011 my world came tumbling down. My sweet precious son decided to take his own life. Walking into my home that day, I experienced a pain and despair that no mother should ever have to endure. I found my 17-year-old precious son had hung himself in his closet. I desperately tried to … Continue reading “Patti Ann Herrington on the Loss of Her Son & Firefly Outreach”

Senator Brice Wiggins on the MS Early Learning Collaborative Act

“It is the first time in Mississippi’s history that we are at the top of the nation in education…” – Brice Wiggins State Senator Brice Wiggins discusses the Mississippi Early Learning Collaborative Act and how its standards have helped push Mississippi to the top ranks of education in the nation: Last segment with State Senator Brice … Continue reading “Senator Brice Wiggins on the MS Early Learning Collaborative Act”

House Rep Jay Hughes on the EdBuild Contract

“The contract was negotiated in secret. They were hired secretly. There was a no bid process and elected members weren’t allowed to see the contract…” – Jay Hughes House Representative Jay Hughes joined Gallo to discuss his disappointment with the EdBuild contract and its lack of transparency:

Former MS Governor William Winter on the Gallo Radio Show

“Even though we had different views on public issues, there was a personal collegiality among almost all of us.” – William Winter Former Governor of Mississippi, William Winter, joined the Gallo Radio show LIVE in studio to share some great insight into when he served in World War II, plus life before/after segregation, to serving … Continue reading “Former MS Governor William Winter on the Gallo Radio Show”