The Paul Gallo Radio Show SuperTalk Mississippi

The Gallo Radio Show with Paul Gallo weekdays 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

Never be boring, that is the motto of the Gallo show through entertainment and information blended together perfectly with a fast pace. With a unique Mississippi perspective, Paul brings the front pages alive with the hottest issues and top guest. Insuring that you will be informed on what is going on in Mississippi.

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Paul Gallo
Host of the Gallo Radio Show
E: paul@supertalk.fm

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Perez Hodge
Producer of the Gallo Radio Show
E: perez@telesouth.com

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Glenn McCullough, Executive Director of the Mississippi Development Authority, joins Gallo

July 5, 2016

Glenn McCullough joined Gallo to talk about using the gradual elimination of the state’s corporate franchise tax to attract more economic development to the State.

Gallo gives some wise advice … don’t punch a swan?

July 1, 2016

We figured that would go without saying.  But in Florida?  Maybe not…

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Governor Phil Bryant joins Gallo to give his thoughts on the special session

July 1, 2016

Governor Phil Bryant called a special session to pass legislation that would allow him to tap into the “rainy day” fund. He joined Gallo to talk about what he ‘s going to do with that fund, his thoughts on how it all went down, and more..

Hillary Clinton took soft questions in a town hall so Gallo took her to task

June 30, 2016

Hillary Clinton is back on the Gallo soundboard, this time she focused on immigration, debt, and global warming.  Paul Gallo analyzes her most recent town hall appearance and counters, well, everything she said.

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New study shows that women have better chances landing a job if they wear revealing clothing

June 30, 2016

A study out of London proves the unfortunate truth.  Gallo breaks it down.

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Representative Herb Frierson joins Gallo to talk special session

June 30, 2016

Frierson joined Gallo to discuss Wednesday’s state house vote to pass the bill that would allow Governor Phil Bryant to take money from the rainy day fund and use it for budget holes for the 2016 fiscal year.

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Gallo had a hilarious oops moment

June 29, 2016

Sometimes what you say and what you’re trying to say are two very different things.  Even a seasoned pro like Gallo has slip-ups from time to time.  His most recent one, though, may be his funniest.

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An Australian bridezilla asked her wedding party to pay for her dress. Gallo has a suggestion for her

June 29, 2016

You’ve all heard crazy bride stories, but maybe not one this crazy.  On top of asking her bridesmaids to create spreadsheets for wedding details, she asked them to pay for her dress! Gallo and Perez have some advice for her.

Speaker Pro Tempor Greg Snowden joins the Gallo show to talk the special legislative session

June 29, 2016

A special session was called by Governor Bryant to accomplish one task, move money from the “rainy day” fund in order to balance the budget for FY2016. However, that motion has been pushed back a day by the democratic leaders, costing the tax payers more money and delaying the inevitable.

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A court in Michigan is considering using a … parrot … as a murder witness?

June 28, 2016

If you’ve ever been around a parrot you know they have a knack for repeating the things that they hear.  This particular parrot happened to witness a murder, and keeps repeating the phrase “dont f****ing shoot!” and the court is working on determining whether it could be used in court.  Can’t make this stuff up.

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The Supreme Court made a contraversial ruling on an abortion suit

June 28, 2016

The SCOTUS ruled on a Texas suit which will not make abortions more accessible for women.  Paul Gallo and his professor roundtable discuss the ruling and its constitutionality, as well as what it means for Christians who work in government issuing these licences.

A British mother of 8 is getting the government to pay for plastic surgery

June 28, 2016

Yeah, if only we were joking.  The British octomom and reality star, who is living almost exclusively on government benefits, plans to get an enhancement surgery that will be costly.  But for the British taxpayer?  

What does Brexit mean for America and Mississippi?

June 28, 2016

The Brexit vote happened and the United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union.  Why did that happen?  Was it motivated by immigration policy?  What does that mean for the United States and Mississippi.  Matt Steffy, Jim Leggett, and Gallo answer those questions in this segment from the “Professor Roundtable”

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Gallo hosts a “Professor Roundtable” with Matt Steffy and Jim Leggett

June 28, 2016

Over the last couple of weeks a ton of extremely impactful things have happened in this country and abroad, from Brexit to Orlando to the Supreme Court’s ruling on abortion.  Gallo hosted a professor roundtable and touched on ALL of these things from a legal prospective.

Gallo’s news update will give you a much needed laugh for the day

June 27, 2016

News Mississippi’s Lori Thompson, as she always does, joined the Gallo show to give a news update for what’s going on across the state.  This time, though, was a lot more entertaining than usual.

To the surprise of no one, CNN’s fact-checkers aren’t accurately checking facts

June 27, 2016

CNN has recently released a fact-check on a segment of a Donald Trump speech that talked about the Clinton Foundation and rated it as incorrect.  But, shocking no one, the CNN fact-checkers were wrong…

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Gov. Phil Bryant joins the Gallo Show to give the details about the special legislative session

June 27, 2016

There have been a lot of reports/talking lately about the fiscal year budget in Mississippi.  Governor Phil Bryant joined the Gallo to talk about the calling of a special session to balance that budget, as well as the use of the rainy day fund, unemployment rates, and more.

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The democrats in congress had a sit-in, but their motives don’t seem to be pure

June 24, 2016

Some congressional democrats held a sit-in to try and force the republicans to vote on gun control measures.  They were equipped with pillows, blankets, and of course media opportunities.  Gallo thinks their motivation behind doing the sit-in was not pure.

The first open lesbian has won Miss Missouri. But why does her sexuality matter?

June 24, 2016

Erin O’Flaherty, an open lesbian, won the Miss Missouri pageant.  At the forefront of her victory comes the attention drawn to her sexuality.  Gallo wonders, if she is a hard-working and deserving candidate, why does her sexuality matter to anyone? Shouldn’t she be honored for her accomplishments absent of making it about her sexuality?

A woman is planning on walking from Mississippi to Washington D.C. topless. Nope, we aren’t kidding

June 24, 2016

In an effort to raise awareness for breast cancer and the problems with negative body image, a woman is planning on walking from Mississippi to D.C.  Paul and Perez try to rationalize this, while giving her tips and predicting how long she’ll make it.

Gallo :: On Demand

ON DEMAND | Gallo Radio Show
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Chairman of Education John Moore talks about education in Mississippi and clears the air about the new school rating system and the fabrications that the Parents Campaign has spread,
8.31.16
 
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8.30.16
 
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Bishop Kopacz talks about the recent heinous murder of two nuns in Mississippi ,
8.30.16
 
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Mike Hurst, Mississippi Justice Institute Director, talks with Glady's Overton and her daughter, a student at ReImagine Prep, about Charter Schools in MS and the recent lawsuit against them,
8.30.16
 
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8.29.16
 
U.S. Representative Trent Kelly joins Gallo
8.29.16
 
The National Weather Service joined Gallo to give a Gulf hurricane update
8.29.16
 
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Congressman Trent Kelly,
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Daniel with the National Weather Service gives an update on the depression approaching the Gulf Coast, Lee Smithson, executive director of MEMA, talks about the Hurricane Katrina anniversary and the current system that could impact our state,
8.29.16
 
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Philip Gunn, Speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives, joins the Gallo Show