SuperTalk Mississippi heads to the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience

SuperTalk Mississippi is taking you to the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience as they kick off Grand Opening Week. On Friday, April 27 join Paul Gallo, JT and Rebecca Turner as we take you behind the scenes at the Experience. Here is the scheduled lineup (guests subject to change): The Paul Gallo Show: 6:30am – … Continue reading “SuperTalk Mississippi heads to the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience”

House Speaker wants #MSLeg to take bridge issue seriously

House Speaker Philip Gunn joined us Tuesday on SuperTalk Mississippi for the entire seven o’clock hour. He talked about the situation with our roads and bridges, and how the Mississippi Legislature needs to do something to get these closed bridges reopened. That is likely to involve a special session. But he cautioned his fellow lawmakers … Continue reading “House Speaker wants #MSLeg to take bridge issue seriously”

Tuesday on The @PaulGalloShow – @PhilipGunnMS

On SuperTalk Mississippi, Tuesday, April 24, Speaker of the House Philip Gunn stops by during the seven o’clock hour to talk about a possible special session in Mississippi. The hot topic? Roads and bridges. Governor Bryant declared a state of emergency when the Mississippi Department of Transportation closed 106 bridges earlier this month. What questions … Continue reading “Tuesday on The @PaulGalloShow – @PhilipGunnMS”

Wednesday on @PaulGalloShow: Bridges, schools, tariffs and elections

Join us Wednesday for The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi. At 7:06am Governor Phil Bryant talks about is trip to London, bridges and a possible special session. 7:20am Dr. Carey Wright, the State Superintendent of Education, will join us to talk about the student testing task force. 8:06am Ron Aldridge, the Mississippi State Director … Continue reading “Wednesday on @PaulGalloShow: Bridges, schools, tariffs and elections”

White: Infrastructure “a huge failing on us as state leaders”

State Representative Jason White joined us on The Gallo Radio Show this morning to talk about the legislature and a possible special session. He shared his frustration about not being able to fix the infrastructure issues that face the entire state. And he took aim at the BRIDGE bill which he called “a tremendous power … Continue reading “White: Infrastructure “a huge failing on us as state leaders””

Insurance rates could be based on your Facebook posts

Did you know that your insurance rates could be based on what you post on Facebook? Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney stopped by The Gallo Show on SuperTalk Mississippi Wednesday morning to cover a wide range of topics including an update on flood insurance cost increase, as well as insurance companies gathering data on everyone from … Continue reading “Insurance rates could be based on your Facebook posts”

What does Facebook actually know about you?

Starting today, Facebook will be alerting people who were affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Last week, the social network site announced the number of people who had their data stolen was actually 87 million, not 50 million as previously reported by the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower. If your data was among those stolen, a notice … Continue reading “What does Facebook actually know about you?”

#AfterTheGalloShow: #MAEP could be passed ‘next session’

State Rep. Mark Baker joined us this morning to talk about a review of the 2018 session – successes and failures. When talking about the MAEP, school funding initiative that failed, Baker said it’s a good idea, but people might just need the legislative break to realize how good the idea is. “Good ideas take … Continue reading “#AfterTheGalloShow: #MAEP could be passed ‘next session’”

#AfterTheGalloShow: Andy Gipson wasn’t planning to run for re-election

The new Agriculture Commissioner Andy Gipson joined us on SuperTalk Mississippi this morning to talk about his appointment. And he broke news about his job as a State Representative: he wasn’t planning on running again, and had already written a letter to his constituents. He was looking for the right time to make the announcement, … Continue reading “#AfterTheGalloShow: Andy Gipson wasn’t planning to run for re-election”

#AfterTheGalloShow: Hyde-Smith calls McDaniel ads “laughable”

Cindy Hyde-Smith will be the first woman from Mississippi to hold the office of Senator, after being appointed by Governor Phil Bryant. She joined us on The Gallo Show, on SuperTalk Mississippi, Friday morning to talk about how the appointment came about, and what’s in her future. Including a possible committee appointment. She spent a … Continue reading “#AfterTheGalloShow: Hyde-Smith calls McDaniel ads “laughable””