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 –

Jim Hood’s Idea to Expand Obamacare Stinks

Jameson Taylor(Vice President for Policy – Mississippi Center for Public Policy) stops by the studio to break down the problems with expanding Obamacare like Jim Hood wants to do if he wins the Governor’s race, and if you missed his conversation with Dave Hughes(filling in for JT today), you can find it here –

Cottage Food Operators and Stadium Subsidies

Brett Kittredge(Mississippi Center for Public Policy) joins the discussion on some of the problems with Mississippi’s cottage food laws and how stadium subsidies might’ve under-performed when it comes to their economic impact. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

The Truth About Mississippi Teacher Pay Raises

Steve Wilson(Mississippi Center for Public Policy) stops by the studio to discuss the realities of the Mississippi Teacher Pay Raise and the Mississippi Deptartment of Education’s counting blunder. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

The Other Side of the “Dark Money” Coin

HB1205 has passed both the Mississippi House and Senate, and it is sitting on the Governor’s desk awaiting his signature. The Bill, if signed into law,  would protect the personal information of donors to non-profit organizations, but it has opponents and we still have questions as to how it will impact our campaign finance laws … Continue reading “The Other Side of the “Dark Money” Coin”

MS Justice Institute Director Aaron Rice on @TheJTShow

Aaron Rice(Director – Mississippi Justice Institute) stops by the studio to talk about the problems surrounding Civil Asset Forfeiture and the need for some adjustments to be made to protect citizens. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Brett Kittredge from Mississippi Center for Public Policy | @TheJTShow

Brett Kittredge(Director of Marketing and Communications with Mississippi Center for Public Policy) stopped by the studio to discuss the uselessness of raising the Cigarette tax(we’ve increased Cigarette tax 500% in recent memory and revenue has remained flat!) and the census data that shows Mississippi lost population due in part to income tax! If you missed … Continue reading “Brett Kittredge from Mississippi Center for Public Policy | @TheJTShow”

Hurt Feelings Might Get You Expelled | @TheJTShow

Brett Kittredge(Director of Marketing and Communications with Mississippi Center for Public Policy) stopped by the studio to discuss some struggles facing students immersed in “outrage culture” attending college in the Magnolia State – including Delta State in Cleveland having the power to expel students for hurting another student’s “feelings”. If you missed his conversation with … Continue reading “Hurt Feelings Might Get You Expelled | @TheJTShow”