Our nation’s Veterans are some of our most important connections to our country’s history of freedom. We’re talking to three Vietnam Veterans this morning, including State Insurance Dept. Commissioner Mike Chaney. Join us for this very special episode of the Gallo Show!
What’s the state of consumer safety in Mississippi? What can the office of the Attorney General do to keep you clear of scams and devious business practices? Mark Baker, candidate for AG, joined the Gallo Show to talk about just that. Catch the interview here!
We had some fun this morning! In case you missed it, we hosted Sam Britton and Michael Watson (both republicans running for Secretary of State) in a fiery debate on the Gallo Show. Catch the first segment here: Like fireworks? You’ll love this special Gallo Show! Michael Watson and Sam Britton, republican candidates for Secretary … Continue reading “ICYMI: Sec. of State republican candidate debate on the Gallo Show”
Several GOP candidates for two of the state’s top offices joined the Gallo Show this morning. Check out their interviews here! Andy Taggert, candidate for attorney general: Andy Taggart running for attorney general Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 Bill Waller Jr., candidate for governor: Bill Waller Jr. Candidate for Governor … Continue reading “VIDEO: GOP Candidates for governor and AG visit the Gallo Show”
As we get closer to the election season, we’re visiting with Senator Willie Simmons, who’s running for Transportation Commissioner. Catch the Gallo Show every morning from 6-9 on Supertalk.
Sen. Buck Clarke joined the Gallo Show to talk about his run for state treasurer. Sen. Buck Clarke wants to be the next treasurer of Mississippi. He joins us this morning to talk about his vision and how he plans to keep moving the Magnolia State forward. Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Wednesday, June 19, … Continue reading “Sen. Buck Clarke on Gallo Show”
Brad White, former Chief of Staff for US Senator Thad Cochran shared some little known stories.
The Department of Revenue Commissioner, Herb Frierson joined The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi to address a couple of controversial issues from internet sales tax collection and distribution to sports betting. The Commissioner also gave year end Fiscal numbers that included revenue growth, surpassing last fiscal year by $179 million dollars, that’s more than … Continue reading “Frierson talks internet sales tax and sports betting in Mississippi”
Starting today, Facebook will be alerting people who were affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Last week, the social network site announced the number of people who had their data stolen was actually 87 million, not 50 million as previously reported by the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower. If your data was among those stolen, a notice … Continue reading “What does Facebook actually know about you?”
State Senator Angela Hill was in the house this morning and has a novel idea for funding education… including one that would bring education leaders’ salaries in line with the Governor’s.
Former state representative Chuck Espy was a longtime advocate of charter schools in the Legislature. Now as the newly elected Mayor of Clarksdale, Espy says he’s 100% against charters. The mayor says he is receiving numerous speaking invitations across the state from groups who want to hear his reasoning. That convoluted reasoning is that charters … Continue reading “Clarksdale Mayor changes position, says charter schools have a ‘stench’”
Tuesday night, the McComb City Board of Mayor and Selectmen met for the first time since the controversial meeting two weeks ago when a 3-1 vote removed the state flag from all city-owned property before two of the selectmen arrived for the meeting. It was the largest crowd for a board meeting in McComb in … Continue reading “McComb City Meeting: Shouting, Accusations… and a whole lot of cussing”