Mike Chaney Stops by the Studio

Mike Chaney(Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal) stops by the studio to talk with JT about a grant for $5 Million to help buy fire trucks across the state and some lower rates for insurance for Mississippians, as well as talking about the wild world of politics in the Magnolia State. If you missed his … Continue reading “Mike Chaney Stops by the Studio”

The MS Trade Mart Suffers Fire Damage During Construction

Steve Hutton(Executive Director of the Mississippi Fair Commission) joined the conversation by phone to give his account of what caused smoke and flames to erupt from the new Mississippi Trade Mart under construction on the Mississippi Fairgrounds. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –  

The Pearl River Clean Sweep

Camille Richards(Volunteer – The Pearl River Clean Sweep) stops by the studio to talk about a project you can take part in this weekend to clean up the Pearl River Waterway and she aloso talks about how her love for kayaking drove her to paddle around the entire state of Florida and how she is … Continue reading “The Pearl River Clean Sweep”

Update on the Fake Meat Law and MS Farmers

Mike McCormick(President of MS Farm Bureau Federation) stopped by the studio to sit down with JT and discuss the Fake Meat Law and the work being done so that Mississippi Farmers can sell their goods around the world. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – Are you gonna eat … Continue reading “Update on the Fake Meat Law and MS Farmers”

End It For Good on The JT Show

Christina Dent(Founder – End It For Good) stopped by the studio to discuss her organizations mission to fight the scourge of drug addiction and crime. If you missed her conversation with JT, you can find it here – Should drugs in Mississippi be decriminalized? Should they be perfectly legal? Join the conversation on the JT … Continue reading “End It For Good on The JT Show”

Vaping from a High School Principal

Sean Brewer(Madison Central High School Principal) stops by the studio to talk about what his school is doing to stop students from vaping, and if you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – How many kids are vaping in school and what’s it doing to their brains and bodies? We’re taking … Continue reading “Vaping from a High School Principal”

A First-Hand Account of the 9/11 Attacks from a First Responder

Rep. Tom Miles brought Moises Gomez(9/11 First Responder) to the studio with him to share his story about getting called from the Holland Tunnel to Ground Zero at the World Trade Towers on 9/11/01 and his career in Emergency Response dating back 30+ years. If you missed his conversation, you can find it here – … Continue reading “A First-Hand Account of the 9/11 Attacks from a First Responder”

Hood’s Hit-Piece a.k.a. The Mississippi Mueller Report

Your Attorney General Jim Hood once again proved he is either incapable of doing his job or simply uninterested as he wastes even more of your tax dollars propping up his Liberal Democrat agenda. Lucien Smith(Mississippi GOP Chairman) stopped by the studio to discuss Jim Hood’s incompetence and the reasons you should vote Republican for … Continue reading “Hood’s Hit-Piece a.k.a. The Mississippi Mueller Report”

A Doctor’s Opinion on Vaping

Dr. Michael Siegel, MD, MPH(Professor Department of Community Health Sciences – Boston University School of Public Health) joined the conversation by phone from Boston to discuss the prevalence of vaping, the reason Juuls are so addictive, and how the CDC got it wrong with their proclamation on the dangers of vaping. If you missed his conversation … Continue reading “A Doctor’s Opinion on Vaping”

Mississippi Gator Hunting

Bryan Burnside(Mississippi Alligator Hunter) takes off 10 days each year to practice procuring these prehistoric predator, and he stopped by the studio to discuss how he and his team hunted down a record-setting gator this season. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –