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Which Philadelphia talk show host can judge the Miss Kensington Pageant one day, and talk with Mayor Michael Nutter about a “New Day” in Philadelphia? Philadelphia marvel Dom Giordano. Dom offers an intelligent “guy next door” sensibility that’s as comfortable as your favorite chair. Born and raised in South Philly, Dom’s local flavor makes him one of the region’s best-connected media personalities. Dom Giordano’s mix of compelling topics, great local callers and provocative guests produces fascinating talk radio. Dom began his unique path to broadcasting as a high school teacher in the Delaware Valley, where he received widespread media coverage for his innovative teaching and motivational techniques with his students.
Giordano was hired at WWDB Radio in 1987, becoming the country’s first teacher-turned-talk show host. “Talkers Magazine” named Dom one of the Top 100 Most Influential Talk Show Hosts in America for five years. Dom is a frequent guest commentator on the Fox News Channel, CNN’s “Talkback Live”, Court TV, “It’s Your Call” on Comcast’s CN8, NBC-10 News, and WHYY-TV 12 News Programs. Dom is a frequent fill in host for the Lou Dobbs Radio Show and formerly for the Radio Factor with Bill O’Reilly. Dom also writes frequent columns for newspapers throughout the region, including “The Philadelphia Inquirer”, “The Bucks County Courier Times”, “The Main Line Times”, and “The Northeast Times”. Dom lives in Germantown with his wife Rosemary, and their two sons, Luke and DJ.
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Dom discussed the White House’s suggestions for Thanksgiving dinner conversations. At 9:35, Dr. Sebastian Gorka joined discussing the threat of ISIS throughout the world. At 10, Nicole Gerlinas of the Manhattan Institute joined discussing the death of Black Friday. At 11, Canal’s Liquor joined with a special wine tasting for Thanksgiving.
We are living in a strange golden age of TV.
Dom discussed Donald Trump’s rally being interrupted, Trump seeing people celebrate on 9/11 in Jersey City, Time Magazine person of the year voting, the property tax in Pennsylvania, Americans equally excited for Star Wars and the Iowa caucus. At 9:35, Commissioner-To-Be, Ricahrd Ross joined to discuss his plans as Commissioner. At 11, State Rep. Steve Barrar joined discussing the ongoing debate on refugees in Pennsylvania.
Dom discussed Donald Trump possibly implementing a database for Muslims in America, Jenny McCarthy upset not being told about Charlie Sheen being HIV positive, Pennsylvania leading the nation in drug overdoses. At 9:35, Peggy Noonan joined discussing her book “The Time of Our Lives.” At 10:47, Neal Zoren with what’s on TV. At 11, Senator Rand Paul joined to discuss. At 11:47, game of the week.
Erol Kekic, from the human rights group Church World Services, explains why they feel the acceptance and resettlement of Syrian refugees must continue.
Dom discussed Dr. Carson dropping in polls, New Jersey Church groups still accepting Syrian refugees and college campuses seeing clapping as a trigger. At 10, Taya Kyle joined discussing the Feast of the 7 Fishes. At 11, Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs, joined discussing Secretary’s comments on Charlie Hebdo attacks and the attacks last week in Paris.
Dom discussed the letter to Governor Wolf to not accept Syrian refugees, Secretary Kerry saying there was a rationale to the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Congressman Fitzpatrick’s fairness to veterans proposal, white privilege retreat at the University of Vermont, schools postponing field trips to Washington DC amidst threats of terror attacks. At 10, Pastor Bill Devlin joined discussing the state of Paris after last Friday’s terrorist attacks.
Ryan Costello says Republicans will try to get a bill to the President soon that would block Syrian refugees from entering the United States.
Dom discussed President Obama’s speech in Turkey on the refugee crisis, Mayor Nutter saying gun violence in American cities is no different than terrorism, Charlie Sheen revealing he is HIV positive. At 9:35, State Rep. Steve Barrar joined to discuss Syrian refugees in Pennsylvania. At 10, Senator Nicholas Scutari joined to discuss his proposal to end the ban on cannabis in New Jersey. At 11, Congressman Ryan Costello joined discussing Syrian refugees.
Presidential candidate and former Pennsylvania Senator, RIck Santorum, rejects the idea of accepting more refugees from Syria.
Dom discussed not taking in refugees from Syria, driver’s licenses for illegals in New Jersey, assigned seats at movie theaters. At 9:35, Senator Santorum joined to discuss the terrorist attack in Paris and the debate on Syrian refugees. At 10, Michelle Malkin joined to discuss her new book, “Sold Out.” At 10:35, Maureen Faulkner joined to discuss her appearance in Philadelphia. At 11, Lehigh Valley Tea party vice-chair, Tom Campione, joined discussing their stance on bringing in refugees into the area. At 11:35, John Templeton Fellow, Ed Turzanski, joined to discuss Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris.
Dom discussed raising the voting in light of the protests at Missouri University and Yale, Mayor Nutter considering rolling back the cities sanctuary city program, PA Court ruling that Jerry Sandusky’s pension be reinstated. At 9, Alan Dershowitz joined discussing free speech on college campuses. At 10:47, Lou Gaul took us to the movies. At 11:35, game of the week. At 11:47, Chef Rolf from Sonesta joined discussing this year’s feast of the 7 Fishes.
Dom discussed alleged criminal Oscar Rivera Herrera having no fixed address in Haddon Township, the PA turnpike having $33 million in uncollected tolls, the new taxes under the passed budget bill, million student march occurring today throughout college campuses. At 9:35, Daily News columnist, Stu Bykofsky, joined discussing the mummers parade asked to be more diverse. At 10, Pa State Rep. Steve Barrar joined to discuss the PA budget being passed.
Col. Allen West discussed his thoughts on Veterans Day and the threats faced from our current military personnel.