Major General Boyles welcomes 400 guardsmen home

After being deployed to Washington, D.C. last week, 400 Mississippi National Guard service members have returned home after assisting law enforcement with keeping protests peaceful in the nation’s capital. “We just got back 400 guardsmen in from Washington, D.C. last night,” Adjutant General of Mississippi Janson Boyles said on today’s episode of The Gallo Show. … Continue reading “Major General Boyles welcomes 400 guardsmen home”

Congressman Steven Palazzo Joins the Conversation by Phone

Congressman Steven Palazzo joins the conversation by phone to discuss the passage of funding for fighting Coronavirus and to talk about all the other exciting things taking place in the Nation’s Capital. If you missed his conversation with Dave Hughes(filling in for JT today), you can find it here –

Congressman Michael Guest Home from DC

Congressman Michael Guest(Mississippi’s 3rd Congressional District) stopped by the studio to talk about his work in Washington and talk about what he’s been up to since the Congress is in recces. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – Congressman Michael Guest joins the JT Show to talk about the … Continue reading “Congressman Michael Guest Home from DC”

A Congressman Gets to Come Home

Congressman Michael Guest stops by the studio to join the conversation and discuss his work in Washington D.C. on his first bill – designed to stop Terrorists from travelling freely, and he even touches on the craziness surrounding his neighbor in the Capitol – AOC. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it … Continue reading “A Congressman Gets to Come Home”

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith on @TheJTShow

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith joined the conversation by phone from her office in Washington D.C. to discuss the circus that has taken over the Senate and the Confirmation Hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh. If you missed the Senator’s conversation with JT, you can find it here –

A Statesman and a Soldier’s Firsthand Account

Congressman Trent Kelly, Mississippi’s District 1 U.S. Representative and a National Guardsman with the 168th Engineer Brigade, joined the conversation to give his harrowing firsthand account of the Congressional shooting in Virginia yesterday morning. Representative Kelly was playing 3rd base when the first shot rang out, and his military training kicked in, telling him to … Continue reading “A Statesman and a Soldier’s Firsthand Account”