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

Congressman Palazzo joins the Gallo Radio Show

August 12, 2016

“We know Hillary will appoint 2-3 of the most liberal judges in the history of America & it will affect the United States for at least the next 50 years…” – Congressman Palazzo Congressman Steven Palazzo talks about the stark contrast between Trump and Hillary as well as the way the Liberal Media has affected … Continue reading “Congressman Palazzo joins the Gallo Radio Show”

United States House Representative Steven Palazzo joins the Gallo Show

August 5, 2016

$400 million of money was delivered to Iran on the same day that hostages were released from the same country.  Is that a coincidence? Steven Palazzo doesn’t think so. He joined Gallo for his thoughts on the entire Iran situation.

Mike Chaney, Mississippi State Insurance Commissioner, joins Gallo

August 5, 2016

Humana has requested a substantial raise in insurance rates for 2017, so what does it mean?  Mike Chaney joined Gallo to discuss the hike and why it matters in Mississippi.

Bobby Moak, MS House of Representatives Seat 53, joins Gallo

August 4, 2016

When it came to both the Republican and Democratic Primary in Mississippi, there was no guessing who the voters of the state fully supported. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton nearly took a staggering 83 percent of the votes, something which the new chairman of the Mississippi Democratic Party, Bobby Moak, feels was a wise … Continue reading “Bobby Moak, MS House of Representatives Seat 53, joins Gallo”

David Magee, publisher of The Oxford Eagle, joins Gallo

August 4, 2016

Is Mississippi in trouble?  David Magee thinks so. After his column about the subject in The Oxford Eagle has caused a bit of a stir, Magee joined the Gallo to talk about the state of Mississippi and the problems around it.

GalloSnippet: Bobby Moak, New Chairman of the MS Democratic Party

August 4, 2016

60 second snippet of Bobby Moak, new Chairman of the Mississippi Democratic Party, on if he would change the Mississippi State flag: For the FULL interview, click HERE.

Science has apparently discovered a breakthrough for weight loss, but Gallo has his doubts

August 3, 2016

Eating well and exercising? Those days are over … maybe … as a scientist has discovered an injection that seemingly burns fat. Its still in clinical trials, but it looks promising.  Despite the promise, Gallo has his doubts

If you’re worried about your fancy new sports car getting stolen, Gallo might ease your mind

August 3, 2016

Driving a hot new fancy sports car around and worried its more likely to be stolen?  Never fear, Gallo is here to tell you the cars that are most likely to be stolen and the list is a litttttle surprising.

A new global warming study is out and the results counter everything you’ve been told

August 2, 2016

So we’ve been grilled, over and over, about the dangers of global warming, melting ice sheets, among other similar things.  A new study, however, shows that all of it may be untrue. Gallo explains:

Joseph R. Murray, author, political commentator, and operator of LGBTrump, joins Gallo

August 2, 2016

Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic Nomination and basked in the glow of being the first women to achieve a major party’s presidential nomination. But as Hillary sat on the edge of history, she delivered a speech that turned her historic moment into a mundane chapter of politics as usual. Murray joined the Gallo Show to … Continue reading “Joseph R. Murray, author, political commentator, and operator of LGBTrump, joins Gallo”

Belgium University figured out how to turn urine into drinking water, but they didn’t stop there… Gallo explains

August 1, 2016

Yep, pretty gross huh?  At least Gallo and Perez ended it with some good puns.    

Is the United States headed in the same direction Germany is when it comes to immigration policy?

August 1, 2016

German Chancellor Angela Merkel isn’t backing down on her immigration policy and has sparked some anger among the citizens. Hillary Clinton, Gallo says, might takes the U.S. down that same path.

Russians may have hacked some emails, so what does that mean?

August 1, 2016

Rudy Giuliani, who has a cyber security firm, had some interesting comments about the potential of a Russian hack into Hillary Clinton’s disappearing emails. Gallo has some breaks down what Giuliani said, and had some thoughts of his own.

Gallo presents a new twist on your typical “Florida man” story

August 1, 2016

Do you love Gallo’s “Florida man” stories as much as we do? This one went a litttttle bit differently than most.

Hillary Clinton gave her speech at the DNC and Gallo is here to break it down

July 29, 2016

Did you catch Hillary’s speech on Thursday night?  No?  Well Gallo did, and he has many thoughts about her speech, the protests at the DNC, and other things surrounding the convention.

Ravi Gupta, Founder and CEO of RePublic Schools, joins the Gallo Show

July 28, 2016

Charter schools have been a hot-topic here in Mississippi lately.  No one knows the successes of charter schools better than Ravi Gupta, founder of the charter school organization RePublic Schools, to give his story on public schools and explains how he KNOWS they have nothing but a positive impact on local communities.  

Gallo breaks down President Obama’s DNC speech

July 28, 2016

President Obama took his turn at the DNC and delivered a speech that, on the surface, seemed strong and powerful.  But Gallo disagrees and he breaks down why here..

Gallo tells a story that proves thieves have no boundaries

July 28, 2016

A family took their young son to the beach, and it ended in disaster as a thief stole the boy’s prosthetic leg.  Gallo and Perez react.

43% of young men think that if you work hard you are NOT guaranteed success

July 28, 2016

So as a result, they stay at home most of the day playing video games and other things of the sort.  Turns out, they’re pretty happy doing it.

Phil Bryant weighs in on Donald Trump Jr.’s appearance at the Neshoba County Fair

July 27, 2016

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Donald Trump Jr. made an appearance at the Neshoba County Fair and gave a rally speech in support of his father.  Among the massive crowd was Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant, and he caught up with Gallo to give his thoughts on the event.

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