The 52nd annual Sanderson Farms Championship teed off at the Country Club of Jackson this morning. This year’s field is headlined by some of the top players on the PGA Tour thanks to the tournament receiving a stand-alone date in 2019. Among the top participants are two-time major winner and five-time Ryder Cup team member … Continue reading “LIVE LEADERBOARD: 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship”
JT is joined by State Representative Tom Miles, and New York Port Authority worker, Moises Gomez, who shares his personal testimony of September 11th, 2001. “Mo” Gomez is in his 31st year of employment at the New York Port Authority and travels across the country to share what happened the day of 9-11, the rescue … Continue reading “9-11 First Reponder and Hero Shares His Story”
Congressman Steven Palazzo agrees with JT’s take on the hypocrisy of liberals in Congress attempting to suppress citizens’ right to own guns, with their open arms approach to open borders. Palazzo also spells out some of the facts surrounding the American gun control narrative. Finally, Congressman Palazzo gives his endorsement of Delbert Hosemann for Mississippi … Continue reading “Congressman Steven Palazzo Expresses Thoughts on Liberal Hypocrisy and Gun Control”
If you put your hiking shoes on and push through the brush and poison ivy, you can find one of the world’s most unusual manmade wonders right here in Mississippi. SUBSCRIBE TO THE MISSISSIPPI MAGIC PODCAST FOR FREE: Apple Devices Spotify Stitcher Google/Android Devices
Every once in a while, a song comes along that transcends the charts and becomes a fixture in our culture. This Mississippi Magic podcast is about an artist and their song that left such an indelible mark on the music industry and even became a hot topic of debate in one of the biggest political … Continue reading “Mississippi Magic Podcast – Victimhood To Victory”
Listen in as Mary Wieden talks with Johnny Black who seeks the District 73 seat in the MS House.
State Sen. Michael Watson (R) joined the Gallo Show Wednesday morning to talk about his campaign to become Mississippi’s next secretary of state. The contest for the Republican nomination for secretary of state between Senator Watson and Southern District Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton of Laurel has become one of the most heated during the … Continue reading “State Senator Michael Watson Shares His Vision For The Office of Secretary of State”
All three candidates working to grab the GOP nomination in the race for Mississippi governor faced off Tuesday night in their only debate ahead of the August 6 primary. Former state Supreme Court Justice Bill Waller Jr. and state Rep. Robert Foster have debated twice before. During the course of the debate, perceived frontrunner Mississippi … Continue reading “GOP Gubernatorial Debate Replay: Candidates Address Differences On Taxes, Medicaid, and More”
The icon in today’s Mississippi Magic is something that you’ve probably owned. And if you have children, they probably have one as well. It’s an iconic item that has been cherished for generations that was created thanks in part to the Magnolia state. SUBSCRIBE TO THE MISSISSIPPI MAGIC PODCAST FOR FREE: Apple Devices Spotify … Continue reading “Mississippi Magic Podcast – “Pardon The Icon””
Pigeons are in the air at Providence Hill Farm for the 2019 NSCA South Central Regional Sporting Clay Championship. Listen in as Rebecca Turner talks with the fine folks at Providence Hill Farm about the property and event.
Scott Burns of Tupelo has been raising money for veterans through his 7 Days for the Troops campaign for several years now. Burns, a veteran of the Marine Corps, has a unique approach to get attention for his fundraiser. For seven days, he camps out inside the Tupelo mall’s food court for 168 hours straight. … Continue reading “Marine Veteran Raises Money To Help Disabled Vets”