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Mississippi’s Most Incendiary Talk Radio Show & Podcast

The Clay Edwards Show Clay Edwards

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    • 4.5 • 77 Ratings

Mississippi’s Most Incendiary Talk Radio Show & Podcast

    GOON SQUADS PRIVATE TEXT MESSAGES RELEASED

    GOON SQUADS PRIVATE TEXT MESSAGES RELEASED

    Join Shaun Yurtkuran and me on this morning's Clay Edwards Show on WYAB 103.9FM Jackson MS, as we dissect the latest article from Jerry Mitchell and the New York Times. We'll delve into the shocking internal "WhatsApp" text messages exchanged among the Rankin County Sheriff's Department's Goon Squad members, discussing their heinous actions, scorekeeping, and even taking photos of corpses. We'll separate fact from fiction and explore whether Sheriff Bryan Bailey was aware of the Goon Squad's activities. Don't miss this eye-opening discussion!

    • 16 min
    WHY JUBILEE JAM IS NEVER COMING BACK

    WHY JUBILEE JAM IS NEVER COMING BACK

    In recent years, Central Mississippi, particularly the Jackson area, has seen several ambitious projects announced with much fanfare, only to be met with disappointment as they never came to fruition. Among the most notable of these unrealized ventures is the "Jubilee Jam," a music festival once celebrated for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse lineup.
     
    The Jubilee Jam, a beloved event that brought joy to many Mississippians, was unfortunately unable to continue due to the growing concerns over safety and security in the area. As the city of Jackson grapples with its reputation for crime and violence, potential attendees have become increasingly wary of attending large-scale events that require them to let their guard down and enjoy themselves without constant vigilance.
     
    This unfortunate reality has led to a significant decline in the number of major music festivals and other large-scale events in the region, as organizers struggle to find a balance between providing a fun and memorable experience for attendees and ensuring their safety. The loss of such events not only affects the local economy but also deprives the community of opportunities to come together and celebrate their shared love of music and culture.
     
    While it is disheartening to see projects like the Jubilee Jam fall by the wayside, it is essential for the community to address the underlying issues of safety and security to foster an environment where such events can once again thrive. Only then can Central Mississippi reclaim its status as a vibrant hub for arts and culture, attracting visitors from near and far to enjoy the rich tapestry of music and entertainment that the region has to offer.

    • 14 min
    ANOTHER $1.5 MILLION BEING WASTED ON FARISH ST. IN JACKSON

    ANOTHER $1.5 MILLION BEING WASTED ON FARISH ST. IN JACKSON

    Jackson Redevelopment Authority has been given a $1.5 Million dollar grant my the forestry commission and have decided to use to waste on converting a useless greenspace into a useless greenspace with tree's on Farish St. in downtown Jackson, Mississippi. We talk about all the reason why this is a complete grift, a hustle and a waste of money.

    • 13 min
    MAKE JOKES OFFENSIVE AGAIN

    MAKE JOKES OFFENSIVE AGAIN

    Remember when you could crack a racially insensitive joke without getting canceled? When the LGBTQ community could laugh at themselves and others without being accused of internalizing homophobia or transphobia? Oh, how we miss those days!
     
    Nowadays, it seems like we've entered an era where only certain groups are allowed to be the butt of the joke. But let's be real, folks – if we can't laugh at ourselves, who can we laugh at? It's time to bring back the freedom to make fun of everyone, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation.
     

    • 16 min
    WEDNESDAY'S W/ SHAUN YURTKURAN - FULL SHOW (Ep #765)

    WEDNESDAY'S W/ SHAUN YURTKURAN - FULL SHOW (Ep #765)

    1-Jackson Redevelopment Authority has been given a $1.5 Million dollar grant my the forestry commission and have decided to use to waste on converting a useless greenspace into a useless greenspace with tree's on Farish St. in downtown Jackson, Mississippi. We talk about all the reason why this is a complete grift, a hustle and a waste of money.
    2-Our Farish St. greenspace conversation turned into the question of the day: What are some of the biggest projects that got announced but never happened in Central Mississippi (especially Jackson). Someone text and asked about the music festival "Jubilee Jam" returning and we explain why Jackson will never have another major music festival that depends on people who need to be able to let their guard down and enjoy themselves without having to be armed the entire time they're in town or at the festival.
    3-MAKE COMEDY OFFENSIVE AGAIN: Remember when you could crack a racially insensitive joke without getting canceled? When the LGBTQ community could laugh at themselves and others without being accused of internalizing homophobia or transphobia? Oh, how we miss those days!
     
    Nowadays, it seems like we've entered an era where only certain groups are allowed to be the butt of the joke. But let's be real, folks – if we can't laugh at ourselves, who can we laugh at? It's time to bring back the freedom to make fun of everyone, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation.
     
    4-New article from Jerry Mitchell and the New York Time releases some internal "WhatsApp" text messages between Rankin County Sheriff's Dept. Goon Squad members where they talk about some of the terrible things they did, talked about keeping score, taking pics of corpses & more. We decipher what's reality and what's "locker room talk" and if Byran Bailey knew what was or wasn't going on with the Goon Squads activities. 

    • 1 hr 17 min
    IT'S BEYOND TIME FOR A STATE TAKEOVER OF JACKSON, HERE'S HOW & WHY!!

    IT'S BEYOND TIME FOR A STATE TAKEOVER OF JACKSON, HERE'S HOW & WHY!!

    -In the wake of a jaw-dropping FBI raid on Hinds County D.A Jody Owens' office and a downtown Jackson bar, whispers of an alleged corruption scandal involving Owens, the mayor, and numerous city council members have Jacksonians on the edge of their seats, wondering, "What's next for the city?" Steering clear of the juicy details, we pose a question to our listeners: should the state intervene and take legal control of Jackson as far as the constitution allows? Enter mayoral candidate Corinthian Sanders with a call that left our audience begging for more! All this and more in the first 20 minutes of our show, folks! Tune in for the rollercoaster ride of Jackson politics!
     

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

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77 Ratings

77 Ratings

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Good Show

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Typical

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Addicting podcast!

Starting listening a month ago and now I’m hooked!

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