CJ Stewart on the Importance of Memorial Day

CJ Stewart was a part of Bravo Company 1-502nd Infantry Regiment at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, with the 101st Airborne Division. He deployed with his unit to Southern Afghanistan in May of 2010. During the first few weeks, Bravo Company was involved in daily encounters with insurgents and received several casualties. On June 15th, CJ became one of those … Continue reading “CJ Stewart on the Importance of Memorial Day”

Wicker talks about the recent block by the Senate of the USDA from Inspecting Catfish

The Senate voted to block the U.S. Department of Agriculture from inspecting catfish, as lawmakers from both sides of the aisle clashed over the program. US Senator Roger Wicker talks about the importance of moving inspections from the FDA to the Department of Agriculture:   Click Here for the full interview with US Senator Roger Wicker.

MC Law Professor Matt Steffey discusses Everything from Open Carry to Children being Left in the Car

MC Law Professor Matt Steffey discusses the legality of being kicked out of a restaurant for “Open Carry” to the correct legal punishment for parents who leave their children in a car:

What’s the Correct Punishment for a Parent that Leaves their Child in the Car?

In only a matter of weeks, the state of Mississippi has seen two children tragically die as a result of being accidentally left in the car by their parent. Matt Steffey, MC Law Professor, discusses the Gluckstadt and Grenada incidents as well as what he thinks the correct legal punishment should be :   For … Continue reading “What’s the Correct Punishment for a Parent that Leaves their Child in the Car?”

Legality of Being Kicked out of a Business for Open Carry

Ryan Phillips said he was exercising his right to “open carry” his handgun when he went to pick up food with his fiancee at the Sam’s Southern Eatery restaurant on Raymond Road. Phillips claims that he was kicked out of the restaurant by a police officer because the restaurant does not allow guns. MC Law … Continue reading “Legality of Being Kicked out of a Business for Open Carry”

Keeping Your Children Safe In & Around the Car

In light of the recent tragic death of a 2 year old child in Madison County that was accidentally left in the backseat of the mother’s car, Lt Johnny Poulos, Director of the Public Affairs Division for the Mississippi Highway Patrol, talks about how to keep your children safe both in and around your car:

Governor Bryant on the ACLU Lawsuit and an Apparent Budget Error

Governor Phil Bryant joined the JT Show to discuss both the ACLU lawsuit against the state of Mississippi on the grounds of HB 1523, and a budget error that puts the budget deficit $54 million more in the hole. Check out the audio below as Governor Bryant sounds off on the ACLU’s lawsuit: Governor Bryant … Continue reading “Governor Bryant on the ACLU Lawsuit and an Apparent Budget Error”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 5/6/2016

Nothing screams summer is coming better than a great blockbuster!  Captain America:  Civil War picks up a year after the events in The Avengers: Age of Ultron and finds that the government thinks our favorite superheroes need a babysitter.  Because their good deeds have caused quite a bit of devastation, the United Nations proposes to establish a … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 5/6/2016”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 4/29/16

Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts on the same big screen?  Yes, please!  Mother’s Day tells the story of several women coming to terms with their relationships with their respective mothers as the holiday draws near.  You’ve already heard about Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston, but the movie also stars Kate Hudson, Jason Sudeikis, Margo Martindale … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 4/29/16”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 4/15/2016

The “Bare Necessities” are all that you need to escape this wet start to the weekend.  The Jungle Book – a beloved animated musical classic – returns as a live action movie, complete with all your favorite characters and that catchy song.  It’s already earned the Critics’ Choice Seal of Distinction and introduces Neel Sethi … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 4/15/2016”

MSGRC Tickets – Enter to WIN!

We are giving away 5 pairs of tickets to the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic Presented by C Spire  (March 31-April 3). To enter, simply fill out the form below.  We will be contacting winners Tuesday and tickets will be available for pick-up at Will Call.  Good luck!    

This Weekend With Tanya T – 2/19/16

There are three new releases this weekend that you need to know about:   First up, Risen tells the story of Jesus’ resurrection, from the perspective of a non-believer.  When Jesus’ body disappears, Pontius Pilate enlists the help of a Roman soldier to find the body to prevent an uprising in Jerusalem.  Rated PG-13 for … Continue reading “This Weekend With Tanya T – 2/19/16”

Robert St. John’s Spinach & Pepper-Jack Dip

Chain restaurants have beaten the spinach-artichoke horse to death. There are no artichokes in this recipe (which is a good thing… since the ingredient listing is rather long) but the chains can’t compare with this homemade version. Ingredients: 2 Tbl butter 1 /2 cup onion, minced 1 /4 cup celery, chopped fine 1 /4 cup … Continue reading “Robert St. John’s Spinach & Pepper-Jack Dip”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 1/22/2016

If you’re knee-deep in snow this weekend, beat the cold by checking out these new releases: First up, Dirty Grandpa stars Robert De Niro as Grandpa Dick, who tricks his grandson Jason (Zac Efron) into driving him to Florida the week before Jason’s wedding.  The trip threatens Jason’s nuptials to his boss’ daughter and his … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 1/22/2016”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 1/8/2016

Happy 2016!  The best part of the new year is that it kicks off awards season.  This weekend there’s the Golden Globes, next week Oscar nominations are announced followed by the Critics’ Choice Awards.  I’ll be at the CCA’s, so be sure to follow me on twitter at TanyaTSupertalk for a behind-the scenes look at … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 1/8/2016”

JT & Andy Berry tackle Congresses decision to repeal the country-of-origin law

Odds are, you are the type of person that likes to know where your food comes from. You would at least like to know whether your beef & pork comes from a local farm or halfway around the globe. If either of the latter is correct about you, than prepare to be seriously disappointed in … Continue reading “JT & Andy Berry tackle Congresses decision to repeal the country-of-origin law”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 11/20/15

Happy Thanksgiving Supertalk family!  Not only do you get to eat lots of turkey this week, but there are some great new movies to enjoy while you sink into your food coma.   The Hunger Games ends its movie series with Mockingjay – Part 2.  Rated PG-13, Katniss returns to lead an army against President … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 11/20/15”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 10/30/15

This weekend’s weather forecast is full of rain, so stay dry by checking out these new movies:     Bradley Cooper stars in Burnt – a movie about a chef who runs the best restaurant in Paris, only to lose it all with his irresponsible behavior.  Determined to make a comeback, he assembles his culinary dream team … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 10/30/15”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 9/4/15

If you head out to your favorite movie theater this weekend, you’re not going to find a lot of big-budget action movies like years past. This is sort of a sleepy release weekend, and here’s the movies you need to know about: A Walk in the Woods stars Robert Redford and Nick Nolte as old … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 9/4/15”

JT sits down with Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall

ICYM Dick Hall, Central District Transportation Commissioner, on the JT Show to talk about The Mississippi Transportation Commission (MTC) recently approving MDOT awarding grants to multiple public transit authorities across the state for maintenance and improvement projects:    

This Weekend with Tanya T – 8/28/15

The temperatures are going to rise again this weekend in the Magnolia state, but you can beat the heat by checking out these new movies: When an American family gets caught in the middle of a political uprising in Southeast Asia, they frantically look for a way out in No Escape.  This Rated R thriller … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 8/28/15”

JT Recap with Reagan

Today we had the pleasure of meeting the FIRST University of Southern Mississippi student with Down syndrome, Reagan, to attend a college level class there.  Reagan was joined in the studio today by her mom Judy, Jerry R. Alliston, Ph.D., Coordinator for Community Inclusion, Employment & Volunteerism at the Institute for Disability Studies at Southern Mississippi … Continue reading “JT Recap with Reagan”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 8/21/15

There are three new movies to check out this weekend:  a quirky action-comedy, an action-thriller and a horror film.  All three are rated R, so you’re going to have to find something else to do with the kids this weekend. American Ultra reunites Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg as a small-town couple who is forced … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 8/21/15”

Talking Initiative 42 with Russ Latino on the JT Show

Russ Latino with Kids First Mississippi joined the JT Show to talk about Initiative Measure 42 and Alternative Measure 42A.  You can find the interview below:     The following is verbatim text from the Secretary of State’s website about both Initiatives: ​Initiative Measure #42 BALLOT SUMMARY: Initiative Measure #42 would protect each child’s fundamental right … Continue reading “Talking Initiative 42 with Russ Latino on the JT Show”

JT Interview with Megan Barth

Donald Trump is riding several strong post-debate polls into a full schedule of campaign stops this week as he seeks to solidify his lead in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.Trump will campaign this week in Michigan, New Hampshire and Iowa, where a new poll found him leading the GOP race with 19 percent, … Continue reading “JT Interview with Megan Barth”

JT Rewind: John Mosley

John Mosley, Insurance Commissioner candidate, joined the JT Show at the Neshoba County Fair:     Click here to check out all of the interviews from day 2 at the Neshoba County Fair, July 30th.  Interviews include Governor Bryant, Tony Greer, Speaker of the House Philip Gunn and Scott Bounds.   Click here to check out … Continue reading “JT Rewind: John Mosley”

JT at the Neshoba Co Fair (July 30) – Talks with the Gov, Greer, Gunn & Bounds

Great day of interviews on the JT Show at the Neshoba County Fair today!  With interviews with Governor Bryant, Tony Greer, Speaker of the House Philip Gunn and Scott Bounds…there was never a dull moment! You can find all of the interviews below: • Scott Bounds, Representative District 44:     • Governor Phil Bryant:   … Continue reading “JT at the Neshoba Co Fair (July 30) – Talks with the Gov, Greer, Gunn & Bounds”

JT at the Neshoba Co Fair – Talks with Hawkins Butler, Bailey, Chaney, Pace, Reeves, Calvert, Mosley, Hood & Williams

Very busy day on the JT Show with interviews with Tate Reeves, Speedy Calvert, Ron Williams,  Brent Bailey, Curt Pace, Jim Hood, Mary Hawkins Butler, John Mosley, and Mike Chaney. You can find all of the interviews below: • Insurance Commissioner candidate John Mosley:     • Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler (running for State Auditor)   … Continue reading “JT at the Neshoba Co Fair – Talks with Hawkins Butler, Bailey, Chaney, Pace, Reeves, Calvert, Mosley, Hood & Williams”

Cookin’ with J.T.: Smoked BBQ Chuck Roast

This is a nice recipe when you want to do something different on the smoker, it’s flavorful and hearty. You are basically doing the same thing you would do making a pot roast, but we are going to do it on the smoker for a sweet BBQ tasting piece of beef. Get a nice marbled … Continue reading “Cookin’ with J.T.: Smoked BBQ Chuck Roast”

JT’s It’s not Rocket Science Char-Grilled Oysters

The Sauce (per dozen oysters) *it takes a lot 1 stick of melted BUTTER not margarine Pinch of kosher salt Dash of Louisiana hot sauce Dash of Worcestershire sauce 1tbsp minced garlic 1 tsp ground black or white pepper Juice of ½ of a lemon 3 tbsp finely grated Parmesan /Romano cheese (optional) The Oysters 1 dozen … Continue reading “JT’s It’s not Rocket Science Char-Grilled Oysters”

JT Recap: What to Cook for the Super Bowl?

Malcolm Reed with Killer Hogs BBQ joined the J.T. Show to give you some ideas on what to cook for the upcoming SuperBowl:   You can find J.T. Stuffed Peppers wrapped in bacon recipe below: J.T.’s Stuffed Peppers Wrapped in Bacon: 10 fresh jalapeños seeded and deveined cut in half lengthwise 1 lb roll breakfast … Continue reading “JT Recap: What to Cook for the Super Bowl?”

This Weekend with Tanya T – 1/23/15

Although January is notorious for releasing the worst movies of the year, the announcement of Oscar nominees sees studios re-releasing some of these nominees in an effort to gain momentum (and $$) before Oscar Sunday.  So, if you missed an Oscar contender first go around, chances are it’s playing at your local theater this weekend. … Continue reading “This Weekend with Tanya T – 1/23/15”

JT Recap: MS Parents for Vaccine Rights

Should a parent be able to decide whether their child receive vaccinations? The J.T. Show welcomed Mary Jo Perry & Lindey Magee with MS Parents for Vaccine Rights to discuss HB 130 which, if passed, will provide exemptions to allow parents to decide whether their children receive vaccinations. Check out their interview below:     … Continue reading “JT Recap: MS Parents for Vaccine Rights”

Should Pot be Legalized in Mississippi?

“Shall there be an amendment to the Mississippi Constitution that legalizes and 2 taxes cannabis and hemp 10% for adults, and adjusts penalties for cannabis abuse so that they 3 are no more than those for alcohol abuse, and further requires that revenue raised annually by 4 such tax be primarily credited for Mississippi Public … Continue reading “Should Pot be Legalized in Mississippi?”

Interview with Steve Sutton, Author of Pride Aside

Steve Hutton, author of Pride Aside, joined JT and his audience to share their family’s journey through his son’s battle of addiction.  The book, Pride Aside, was written to serve as an encouragement to parents who have suffered along a similar path, to serve as a tool for parents to possibly be alerted to warning … Continue reading “Interview with Steve Sutton, Author of Pride Aside”

Scary Gary’s ‘Twas The Night Before Redneck Christmas

No Christmas storytelling can be quite complete without the addition of Scary Gary’s “‘Twas the Night Before Redneck Christmas.”  Get the tissues ready because it is quite the tear jerker…(not really, actually…not even a little bit): — Be sure to check out Bob’s “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas”

A Beer, A Sheep, and A Cowboy

There are things you should do after a few brews, and there are things you should not do.  Check out the JT Show Vid of the Day here.   This Cowboy thinks he has found a horse while he enjoys the “High Life.”  Uhhh…. It’s a sheep dude, and you don’t mess with sheep. This … Continue reading “A Beer, A Sheep, and A Cowboy”

Pockets in your Toilet Paper

A new toilet paper has a pocket for you. Michael Findlay’s page on the crowd-funding site says using “extra layers of toilet paper to avoid touching any fecal matter” is “a waste of paper and can cause toilet backups,” but the pocketed design of his “new toilet paper” will let users “participate in the green movement” … Continue reading “Pockets in your Toilet Paper”