Brig. Gen. Clint Walker is the head of the Mississippi National Guard. He joined us on The Gallo Radio Show this morning to talk about next year’s deployment of more than 4,000 troops. Many of them have had 2-3 deployments before.
There’s a dangerous new drug making the rounds. A synthetic fentanyl that is 100 times more powerful than morphine. MBN Director John Dowdy talked to us about the deadly effects this morning on the show.
US Senator Thad Cochran has been in the national spotlight due to his illness and absence from the Senate. Chief of Staff Brad White joined Paul Gallo this morning and had some choice words for Cochran’s detractors.
We had a caller this morning that shared his views on racism and racists. He says: “If you’re not a racist, we’re not talking to you.” How do you feel about that?
State Senator Michael Watson from Jackson County joined The Gallo Radio show this morning and talked about his relationship with the Lieutenant Governor. And Senator Watson hinted at which political office he’d run for next… take a listen.
Governor Phil Bryant joined us today on The Gallo Show to talk about the Ocean Task Force. It’s a group of business, academic, military and government interests to research and develop underwater drones. Those drones would map and monitor the ocean and it could mean more jobs right here in Mississippi along the Gulf Coast. … Continue reading “Navy’s underwater drones could be built on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast”
House Speaker Philip Gunn appeared on The Gallo Show this morning, and talked about the remarks made by Rep. Karl Oliver. Gunn said many people have asked him to fire Rep. Oliver, but he doesn’t have the authority to do so. If you want him fired – you have the power. Related: Rep Oliver: Louisiana leadership … Continue reading “Gunn: I ‘don’t have the authority’ to fire Rep. Oliver, but you do”
Ever go to take a picture of the kid’s first steps or that wild car chase, and you get the message: “Not enough memory”? It’s frustrating, and it always seems to happen when you’re trying to capture the best moments. That’s why you need to clean out your phone every so often. No one needs … Continue reading “The Dugle Report: Clear your smartphone memory”
The term “fake news” isn’t new – it’s been around for decades, but last year Mark Zuckerburg, founder of Facebook, used the term in a speech. Then, in January, then President-Elect Donald Trump called a major media outlet “fake news”. The term has taken off and it seems more and more hoax websites are popping … Continue reading “The Dugle Report: 7 ways to spot ‘fake news’”
This week, we heard reports of a 14-year-old Chicago boy charged with sexual assault after broadcasting the assault of a young girl over Facebook Live. Then in Michigan, a mom claims her 11-year-old son killed himself after his girlfriend faked her death on social media. It’s a reminder that parents need to talk to their kids … Continue reading “How to talk to your kids about social media safety”
There’s been a lot of talk about whether there will or won’t be a lottery in Mississippi. Earlier this week, Governor Phil Bryant hinted it might be part of the special session called this year. And then there is the question of whether or not the House Speaker, Philip Gunn would support the legislation. Speaker … Continue reading “Speaker Gunn talks pros and cons of a state lottery”
The scams are getting more intricate online as scammers will do anything to steal your data. They’ll even create fake friend profiles and try to get you to friend them. Have you ever gotten one of those friend requests from someone you’re already friends with? The latest approach is where scammers take your friend’s pictures, … Continue reading “Don’t get caught in a Facebook spear phishing attack”