Rep. Andy Gipson clarifies HB1523

Representative Andy Gipson (Chairman of the Judiciary B Committee – Mississippi House of Representatives) stopped by the studio to break down the facts pertaining to HB1523, after the controversial law was upheld by a Federal Court late last week. Chairman Gipson runs down a list of several states have laws similar to HB1523, and he talks … Continue reading “Rep. Andy Gipson clarifies HB1523”

Democrats Can’t Seem to Win Anything Right Now

With another loss for the Democrat, this time in Georgia, it is looking more and more like the American people are tired of being talked down to by the Left. Since Donald Trump won the Presidency, Democrats have lost every single special election, and instead of focusing on why their candidates might be losing, they … Continue reading “Democrats Can’t Seem to Win Anything Right Now”

JT and Ryno discuss NASCAR Pit Crew Rules

JT has done his level best to get Ryno into NASCAR, and while Ryno’s interest is still minimal in Stock Car racing, he has gained enough of an interest to start asking questions. One such question Ryno had for JT is why the race organizers don’t allow more crew-members “over the wall” during a pit … Continue reading “JT and Ryno discuss NASCAR Pit Crew Rules”

The New Deer Program Coordinator for MDWFP

William McKinley has taken over as Deer Program Coordinator for the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, and he stopped by the studio to talk to JT about what you should be looking out for this time of year, when it comes to deer. Does are already dropping fawns, so be careful when you … Continue reading “The New Deer Program Coordinator for MDWFP”

A Statesman and a Soldier’s Firsthand Account

Congressman Trent Kelly, Mississippi’s District 1 U.S. Representative and a National Guardsman with the 168th Engineer Brigade, joined the conversation to give his harrowing firsthand account of the Congressional shooting in Virginia yesterday morning. Representative Kelly was playing 3rd base when the first shot rang out, and his military training kicked in, telling him to … Continue reading “A Statesman and a Soldier’s Firsthand Account”

Controversial vote leads to state flag removal in McComb

McComb selectmen voted Tuesday night to remove the state flag, but how the vote was carried out is stirring controversy in Pike County. Two selectmen, Michael Cameron and Tommy Kinsey, were late getting to the meeting. Before they could get there, a motion was made by selectman Donovan Hill to add the flag vote to the … Continue reading “Controversial vote leads to state flag removal in McComb”

If You Feel Unsafe Pulling Over

JT got a question about pulling over for an undercover/unmarked police car, and he gave some advice on what to do if you feel uncomfortable or unsafe when you see blue lights in the rear-view mirror. Step 1: Once you see the Blue Lights, if you can’t/won’t pull over immediately, turn on your hazard lights … Continue reading “If You Feel Unsafe Pulling Over”

D-Day Changed the World 73 Years Ago Today

The Allied forces invaded the beaches of Normandy on June 6th, 1944, 73 years ago today. The brave men that climbed down cargo nets into landing craft under the cover of darkness tell stories about how some where unworried. They’d been told the Navy and Army Air Corps were going to bombard the beach, clearing … Continue reading “D-Day Changed the World 73 Years Ago Today”

National Moonshine Day

Corn Liquor Pop Skull Stump Juice White Lightning Skull Cracker Apple Pie Mash No matter what you call it, today is National Moonshine Day, and the corn-based whiskey has certainly had an impact on the Magnolia State. Local folklore in Kiln, Mississippi, maintains that infamous Al Capone coveted “Kiln Lightning” and sold it by that “brand” … Continue reading “National Moonshine Day”

Rep Oliver: Louisiana leadership “should be lynched” after monument removals

First-term state representative Karl Oliver has sparked a firestorm over his comments on Louisiana leadership after four Confederate monuments were taken down in the city of New Orleans. Rep. Oliver says in his post : “The destruction of these monuments, erected in the loving memory of our family and fellow Southern Americans, is both heinous … Continue reading “Rep Oliver: Louisiana leadership “should be lynched” after monument removals”

Snakes in the Studio!

John Hardy from the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science stopped by the studio to talk to you about seeing more snakes now that spring has sprung, and he brought some of his reptilian friends with him. Program Director Will East is deathly afraid of snakes, and he managed to keep it together while John pulled out some … Continue reading “Snakes in the Studio!”