Brad White, former Chief of Staff for US Senator Thad Cochran shared some little known stories.
NFIB Director Ron Aldridge joined the GalloShow on the SuperTalk Network for a multitude of topics relating to the health of small businesses in Mississippi.
One of the most sought-after names in motivational speaking came from a small town in Mississippi. He logged more than a million miles and his books are best sellers. He had plenty of Mississippi Magic – as you’ll hear in this episode from Paul Gallo.
What would you say to your ten-year-old son who said God was calling him to Hollywood? The subject of this episode of Mississippi Magic with Paul Gallo – ended up being a huge Hollywood star…
What is it about Mississippi that produces so many greats in arts, entertainment, sports and business? There’s a magic that’s created from the heart and soul of our people. And it’s that magic at the heart and soul of our new podcast.
SuperTalk Mississippi now has seven different podcasts. What’s a podcast? It’s a web-exclusive audio show that you can listen to online, whenever and wherever you want. Today – we launched Mississippi Magic with Paul Gallo and talked about it on The Gallo Radio Show. So how do you download a podcast, where do you … Continue reading “Podcasting some ‘Mississippi Magic’ with @PaulGalloShow”
Sha Walker from Jumpstart Test Prep stopped by The Gallo Radio Show Tuesday to share results from the recent round of ACT testing – half of the students with prior scores showed ACT math improvement after completing their test prep review. Here’s the first segment: Segment 2:
Former attorney general John Ashcroft joined The Gallo Radio Show Tuesday morning and shared his inside look at the Mueller investigation. You can hear his entire interview here.
Mississippi’s Agriculture Commissioner Andy Gipson joined us on The Gallo Radio show today to talk about his role in the Hemp Task Force. Our state is the first in the nation to have an agreement with the FDA on this.
More than 100 people have overdosed on a supplement or herbal drug called Kratom. It’s from a tree that grows in tropical Asia and Dr. Scott Hambleton, from the Mississippi Physician Health Program, told Paul Gallo that it is an addictive substance that affects the brain “just like heroin”.
Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves joined The Gallo Radio Show and talked about a shortened session, the lottery and gas taxes. Reeves says if we could set priorities for the government, we could fund what we need with the money that’s already coming in. Take a listen.
Former State Legislator and Democrat PAC head, Brandon Jones, joined The Gallo Radio Show on Tuesday. Jones was asked about an overview on legislation passed during the just completed 2019 Legislative Session. His view of the Heartbeat Bill lead to an active discussion.