Years ago, I gave Cecil Brown a nickname when he was House Chairman of Education. Today, the retiring Public Service Commissioner shared his thoughts on the nickname and how it spread throughout the legislature.
State Senator Angela Hill joined The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi. She talked about Jay Hughes calling for the resignation of Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann while he runs for Lieutenant Governor – something Hughes is also campaigning for. Hill then shared how Hughes is campaigning, using his state letterhead which could be an … Continue reading “State Senator questions Jay Hughes’ campaign ethics”
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann announced he was running for Lieutenant Governor Wednesday morning on The Gallo Radio Show. When asked why people should vote for him, here’s what he had to say: Watch the entire announcement here from our Facebook page: Or listen On Demand
There’s a line in “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” that says: “he sees when you are sleeping, he knows when you’re awake”. Turns out – Santa’s not the only one tracking your every move. The apps on your phone are keeping tabs on you, even while you sleep. And that information is available to … Continue reading “Your apps are tracking your every move, and you may not even know it”
Conner Reeves and Jamie Grantham from Medical Marijuana 2020 stopped by The Gallo Radio Show to talk about the proposed ballot initiative for Mississippi. Similar bills have died in front of the Mississippi Legislature, and this group decided to “go around” lawmakers, taking the question right to the voters of Mississippi. Read more about the … Continue reading “What would “Medical Marijuana” mean in Mississippi?”
US Senate Candidate David Baria (D), running against US Senator Roger Wicker, joined the GalloShow InDaHouse. Here’s a clip from that interview.
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.
State Auditor Shad White joined The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi to talk about a huge embezzlement conspiracy that will be announced later Monday. White said multiple people were in on the scam that used government procurement cards to buy gift cards and other items that were then given to family and friends. The … Continue reading “State Auditor reveals huge embezzlement conspiracy”
Mississippi’s State Auditor Shad White joined The Gallo Radio Show Monday morning to talk about the Ohio company, Payliance. Payliance is accused of taking Mississippi taxpayer money to create jobs in Oxford, but when Shad White’s office started looking into it – the “office” Payliance said they had in Oxford was a car rental company. … Continue reading “Auditor: Ohio company took Mississippi taxpayer money for nothing”
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”
Professor Ronald J. Rychlak is the Jamie L. Whitten Chair of Law and Government and Professor of Law at the University of Mississippi. He also serves as Faculty Athletics Representative, and in that capacity just returned from NCAA Appeals Process hearings in Indianapolis. Here is what he could say about the meeting:
Governor Phil Bryant joined The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi Thursday to talk about his recent trip to Washington. He shared good news about Mississippi’s economy with Paul Gallo and then talked about the Highway Bill making its way through The Capitol. He also shared his thoughts about “thin-skinned” Democrats and what’s next for … Continue reading “Governor: Fixing the roads won’t include a gas tax”