The Constitutionality of Police Checkpoints

Matt Steffy(Mississippi School of Law – Professor) joined the conversation by phone to discuss the recent news that a city-attorney in Tupelo had his DUI charge dismissed over the “constitutionality” of the checkpoint that nabbed him. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

UPDATE! MEMA Warns of Potential for Tropical Weather this Weekend

MEMA Executive Director Greg Michel joined the conversation by phone to discuss the potential impact of Tropical Storm Barry on the Magnolia State  this weekend. If you missed his break down of the potential severe weather threat, you can find it here –

Mississippi Fake Meat Law Lawsuit

Mississippi Farm Bureau President Mike McCormick stopped by the studio to discuss Mississippi’s Fake Meat Law and the lawsuit filed to stop it. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – JT is discussing the Fake Meat Law and the lawsuit fighting against it with MS Farm Bureau President Mike … Continue reading “Mississippi Fake Meat Law Lawsuit”

Update on the Hemp Cultivation Task Force

John Dowdy(Director of the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics) joined the discussion in the studio to talk about the meeting of the Hemp Cultivation Task Force on Monday and give his insight on the legalization of Hemp in the Magnolia State. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

William Jeans Joins the Conversation to Talk Cars with JT

William Jeans (Retired LT – United States Navy | Former Editor/Author/Publisher – Car & Driver Magazine | Trustee – Millsaps College) stopped by the studio to talk about one of JT’s favorite subjects – CARS. From old school NASCAR to how times have changed the opinions on the importance of cars to younger generations. If … Continue reading “William Jeans Joins the Conversation to Talk Cars with JT”

Report on the Hemp Cultivation Task Force and More!

Andy Gipson(Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce) stopped by the studio to discuss the work of the Hemp Cultivation Task Force following their first meeting on Monday and to break down his thoughts on the legalization of growing industrial hemp. He also touched on the new wood pellet facility that got the go-ahead this week, and … Continue reading “Report on the Hemp Cultivation Task Force and More!”

An Inside Look at the Flooding in the Mississippi Delta

Hank Burdine(Member of the Board of Commissioners for the Mississippi Levies) joined the conversation by phone to give his first hand account of the flooding impacting the Mississippi Delta and what he thinks should and could be done to help the folks that have been underwater for longer than ever before. If you missed his … Continue reading “An Inside Look at the Flooding in the Mississippi Delta”

Andy Taggart is Running for Attorney General

Andy Taggart stopped by the studio to break down why he decided to run for Attorney General and to talk about what he hopes to accomplish should he win the office. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – Andy Taggart Andy Taggart for Attorney General joins the JT Show … Continue reading “Andy Taggart is Running for Attorney General”

Latest Polling Numbers for the Upcoming Elections

Alan Lange(Founder of Y’all Politics) joined the conversation to discuss some polling numbers that have come out in recent weeks and to talk about why the results haven’t been reported on by the majority of local Mississippi media. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – Allan Lange, YallPolitics, joins … Continue reading “Latest Polling Numbers for the Upcoming Elections”

TODAY is the LAST DAY to Register to Vote

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann joined the conversation by phone to discuss the importance of getting registered to vote, because the deadline is TODAY(Monday, July 8th, 2019), and if you don’t register to vote, you can’t take part in the upcoming elections. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –