Thunder & Lightning: Where Does Mississippi State Have the Advantage Over Ole Miss?

In 2016, Nick Fitzgerald and Mississippi State ran over, around, and through Ole Miss en route to a blowout win in the Battle For the Golden Egg. This season, could it be Ole Miss who takes back the trophy behind possibly the best running quarterback in the SEC? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman make the … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Where Does Mississippi State Have the Advantage Over Ole Miss?”

Improving The DMV One Step At A Time

Secretary of State Elect, Michael Watson joined Paul in a brief discussion on his transition into his new role within the state government. The pair discuss several policies that are going to be priorities for Watson as well as the rest of the newly elected members as the transition continues. The two key points that … Continue reading “Improving The DMV One Step At A Time”

Mississippi Center for Public Policy Roundtable

Brett Kitteridge and Hunter Estes(Mississippi Center for Public Policy) stopped by the studio to join the conversation and discuss Chick-fil-A’s kowtowing to social justice warriors and to touch on the state of things in Mississippi Public Schools. If you missed their conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Remembering The Most Turbulent and Triumphant Moments of Steve Holland’s Storied Career

“I served as Howard Cosell to your Muhammad Ali.” – Paul Gallo talking about his relationship with Rep. Steve Holland   Gallo sat down with Rep. Steve Holland to look back a legislative career that has been anything but boring. Regardless of his political party, Steve Holland has been fiercely independent. For 36 years Holland … Continue reading “Remembering The Most Turbulent and Triumphant Moments of Steve Holland’s Storied Career”

An Open Conversation About Adoption

November is National Adoption Month, and it is a time to honor birth parents, adoptees, and adoptive parents. Deciding to adopt is the first step to an often lengthy, daunting, and financially straining process. The good news is families can find financial and emotional help when choosing to expand their family through adoption. Through generous … Continue reading “An Open Conversation About Adoption”

Rebels struggle offensively in win over Seattle

photo credit: Joshua McCoy — Ole Miss Athletics OXFORD– For roughly 29 minutes, Ole Miss played pretty clean basketball, particularly on the defensive end of the floor in a 65-52 over Seattle to close out a perfect four-game homestand to begin the 2019 season. The final 11 minutes of the game, however, were tough on the … Continue reading “Rebels struggle offensively in win over Seattle”

Experience The Max: Craig Claiborne (1920-2000)

Cooking is at once child’s play and adult joy. And cooking done with care is an act of love. — Craig Claiborne  Claiborne brought an appreciation of fine and vernacular dining to the attention of countless Americans. Like Julia Child, he emerged as an unmistakable presence associated with the love of restaurants, cooking and all things … Continue reading “Experience The Max: Craig Claiborne (1920-2000)”

Thunder & Lightning: Why Are Mississippi State Fans Conceding The Egg Bowl?

Mississippi State will face Ole Miss in just over a week’s time, with a likely bowl bid on the line for the Bulldogs. It hasn’t been a great season for either side, but so many of the maroon and white faithful are already preparing for the worst. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman want to know … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Why Are Mississippi State Fans Conceding The Egg Bowl?”