WATCH: State Senator Willie Simmons joins Gallo in-studio to discuss how the Black Caucus will vote

The State Senator from District 13 (Bolivar, Sunflower, Tallahatchie) joined Gallo to discuss the Black Caucus and the upcoming presidential election, special taxes, and more..  

Joe Murray Discusses Both Candidates from LGBT Perspective

“Hillary Clinton opened saying, ‘I will appoint Justices that will protect marriage equality.’ Well Hillary, where were you 10 years ago? You were opposing it!” – Joseph Murray Joseph Murray, administrator for LGBTrump, talks about the abundance of support for Trump from the LGBT community and discusses some of the key issues:

Former Senator Kenny Wayne Jones vs Rep Monsour on the 3rd Presidential Debate

Former state Senator Kenny Wayne Jones went head to head with House Rep Alex Monsour on 3 key issues discussed during the 3rd Presidential debate: National debt, the Supreme Court and Immigration. Check out the discussion below: “How are you going to bring that debt down when you are increasing spending all the time?” – House … Continue reading “Former Senator Kenny Wayne Jones vs Rep Monsour on the 3rd Presidential Debate”

Gallo Sits Down with Ross Adams of WAPT to Discuss the Election & Media Bias

“When you look at the media landscape, do you think it’s fair and balanced?” Ross Adams, investigative reporter for WAPT, sat down with Paul Gallo of the Gallo Radio Show to talk about the Presidential election and the influence of the mainstream media:

Fact-checkers are inserting bias in their rulings, to the surprise of no one

If you’ve watched the debates you have heard the term “fact-checking” a lot.  But, as it turns out, the people doing these fact-checks also have an agenda to push and are using their platform to do it.  Gallo explains….

Sam Britton, Republican Mississippi Public Service Commissioner, joined Gallo with an update on the Kemper Plant

The Kemper Plant has been a troubled project for quite some time now.  But there might be an end in sight.  Sam Britton joined Gallo to give an update on the plant, and explain how Mississippian’s rates may not go up.