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Patriotic Veteran and Director of the Mississippi Justice Institute, Aaron Rice joined Paul to discuss the latest lawsuits that are taking over the State Capitol. First of those lawsuits is a bill concerning a Pro-Life Group, Sidewalk Advocates For Life of Jackson Mississippi. The groups mission is to train, equip, and support local communities across … Continue reading “Standing For Freedom Of Speech”
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant joined Paul to discuss the current affairs of the State, and the Gubernatorial election. Governor Bryant also expounds upon some of the national headlines concerning President Trump’s move to pull troops out of Syria, Lindsey Graham, and the biased leaders of corporate media. Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3
Rae Andreaccio, along with her brother Chris Thompson joined Paul to discuss the viral podcast “Culpable.” Culpable, a podcast produced in collaboration with Tenderfoot TV and Black Mountain Media, is a long form podcast which tells the story surrounding the death of Christian Andreaccio. Rae, Christian’s mother, has been skeptical of the police’s official declaration … Continue reading “Rae Andreacchio, A Mother in Mourning”
Senator Simmons Talks About The Importance of Infrastructure And Why He’s Running For Transportation Commissioner
State Senator Willie Simmons talked to the Gallo Show about his campaign to become Mississippi’s Transportation Commissioner for the Central District. Senator Simmons has served as chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee for the past several years, where he led efforts to help increase funding for both state and local transportation infrastructure needs. SEGMENT 1 … Continue reading “Senator Simmons Talks About The Importance of Infrastructure And Why He’s Running For Transportation Commissioner”
Paul sat down with Dr. Glenn Boyce this morning to talk about the controversy around his appointment as the new Chancellor at the University of Mississippi, how he plans to move forward and how he plans on addressing the issues at the University. SEGMENT 1 SEGMENT 2 SEGMENT 3
US Attorney for North Mississippi, Chad Lamar breaks down “Operation Triple Beam,” a U.S. Marshals led initiative which brought together federal, state, and local law enforcement partners in an effort to reduce crime in the Golden Triangle area by identifying and arresting violent fugitives, targeting violent gang activity, and collecting intelligence to allow for the … Continue reading “Chad Lamar – 149 arrests in North Mississippi during “Operation Triple Beam””
State Representative (Dist. 74) Mark Baker joined Paul this morning to discuss the upcoming gubernatorial race, and the current political climate here in Mississippi. Baker gives facts and statistics on Jim Hood’s tax plans, his thoughts on liberal policy in the state, and more. Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3 Segment 4 … Continue reading “Representative Mark Baker Shares Thoughts On Current Political Climate”
Candidate for Secretary of Sate, Michael Watson joined Paul to discuss his current campaign, his plans for improving the driver service bureau, and his policies for bettering Mississippi. Segment 1 Segment 2
Alan Lange, Founder and Editor of Y’all Politics, joined Paul this morning to discuss the upcoming gubernatorial debate, President Trump, liberal policy, and everything in between. Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3 Segment 4
Dr. Laurie Todd-Smith is the former Executive Director of the State Workforce Investment Board and Senior Education Policy Advisor to Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant. Dr. Smith led numerous legislative efforts to help improve public education in Mississippi. She formerly served as the Executive Director of the State Early Childhood Advisory Council (SECAC) and has led … Continue reading “President Trump Nominates Dr. Laurie Smith to be the Director of the Women’s Bureau”