Former Speaker of the House Billy McCoy passed away November 12 in Tupelo, where he had been hospitalized for about two weeks, according to Rep. Steve Holland of Plantersville. McCoy, a Democrat from the north Mississippi town of Rienzi, was known for his down-to-earth demeanor and for his temper that could spark up from time … Continue reading “Billy McCoy remembered on the Gallo Show”
Here is the audio from Congressman Trent Kelly’s conversation on The Gallo Show that took place Tuesday, October 29th, 2019 –
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves joined the Gallo Show Monday to talk about the upcoming runoff election in the GOP Primary for Governor. ———————————————————-
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.
Our first visit with a member of the new Lottery Board. Gerard Gibert joined the GalloShow this morning to talk about when the first lottery games can be played in Mississippi and what the initial games will look like.
Agriculture Commissioner Andy Gibson called into The Gallo Show Thursday to respond to a topic discussed on air about Canada’s legalization of pot. Commissioner Gibson breaks some news about hemp seeds detected in Mississippi seed supply.
Paul Gallo likes to share funny bits on The Gallo Radio show – and this morning – Perez was pretty sure they were all going to be struck by lightning. It all centered around a decree by the Pope, reminding cloistered nuns to live separate from the world.
The new Agriculture Commissioner Andy Gipson joined us on SuperTalk Mississippi this morning to talk about his appointment. And he broke news about his job as a State Representative: he wasn’t planning on running again, and had already written a letter to his constituents. He was looking for the right time to make the announcement, … Continue reading “#AfterTheGalloShow: Andy Gipson wasn’t planning to run for re-election”
House Ways & Means Chairman, Jeff Smith broke some news on The Gallo Radio Show this morning that an economic bill moving through the House is for a rather large aerospace company that could produce 4,000 jobs if Mississippi is selected. Here’s what he said about the timetable of the decision.
This week, Fox News released a survey of President Donald Trump’s tweeting, and 50% disapproved of his tweets. Love him or loathe him, President Trump can teach us all a lot about branding. He remains consistent to his brand, and isn’t afraid to tell you about it. He engages with people on social media. He … Continue reading “What Donald Trump can teach you about branding”
Today, the Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) in partnership with the Families First For Mississippi (FFFM) is releasing the first in a series of Better Me Better Mississippi videos highlighting the importance of partnerships with others to assist individuals and families on their path to success. The Generation Plus (gen+) approach requires partnerships as … Continue reading “MDHS: Releasing the first in a series of Better Me Better Mississippi videos”