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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.
WPHT midday host, Dom Giordano spoke with Ed Turzanski, the John Templeton Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute and a Political Science Professor at La Salle University about the Wisconsin governor’s lack of a degree.
Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Ferman talked with WPHT midday host Dom Giordano about the lack of communication that occurred before Governor Tom Wolf imposed a moratorium on the death penalty in Pennsylvania.
Dom discussed Governor Walker’s statistics on the results of him challenging the teacher’s Unions in Wisconsin, Nancy Pelosi on Dr. Gosnell, Sarah Palin and Al Sharpton on the SNL Red Carpet, supporting the death penalty and being religious, Penndot wanting funding to build a high speed rail from Harrisburg to Pittsburgh. At 9:35 Rutger’s student Giancarol Tello. At 10, District Attorney Risa Ferman. Inside the Mind of Dom at 10:47
With Presidents’ Day upon us, it’s always fun to rank the presidents.
Dom discussed his opposition to Philadelphia hosting the 2016 DNC, Chris Cuomo saying our rights do not come from God, Howard Dean criticizing Governor Scott Walker, Al Sharpton celebrating Dawrin Day, Riley Cooper as Mr. February for the Eagles calender, Joe Biden reuniting with an old buddy, advice for Republicans on evolution, skeptics on Governor Walker running for President without a college degree, Governor Tom Wolf putting a hold on the death penalty in Pennsylvania. At 10:35 Councilman Bill Greenlee joined Dom discussing his win in passing paid sick days in Philadelphia. At 10:47, Neal Zoren with what’s on TV. At 11:05, La Salle Professor Ed Turzanski joined Dom discussing the President reaching youths and Scott Walker’s lack of a college degree. Game of the week
The Speaker of the House of Pennsylvania, Mike Turzai(R-Allegheny) talked with WPHT midday host Dom Giordano about the proposed $35 million donation by Philadelphia School Partnership (PSP) to assist in increasing the number of charter schools in Philadelphia.
Head Of Muslim Group: ‘If North Carolina Killer Describes Himself As An Atheist, Are We To Demand All Atheists Apologize For Him Like Muslims Have Had To Do?’
Three American-Muslim students were killed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on Tuesday evening. The killings inspired uproar over night with the Twitter campaign of #MuslimLivesMatter by those that felt that they were killed because of their religion.
Dom discussed Governor Scott Walker in London, Rev. Jesse Jackson holding a reaffirmation on Valentine’s Day for Jackie Robinson West, Philadelphia winning the Democratic National Convention in 2016, an increase of people renouncing American citizenship for tax purposes, a $1 trillion dollar tax revenue At 10, Jacob Bender of CAIR, Inside the Mind at 10:47, at 11 PA House Speaker Mike Turzai.
Dom discusses Jon Stewart’s resignation announcement from The Daily Show, NBC suspending Nightly News Anchor, Brian Williams for 6 months, no pay, Pennsylvania wanting the return of the Joe Paterno statue, American-Muslim students killed at University of North Carolina Campus. the ideology of each of the 50 states, the Chicago Little League World Series being stripped of title for cheating. At 11, Joe Eastman joined Dom to announce a major announcement for Philadelphia. The trial for the accused murderer of Chris Kyle.
Bill Donahue, President of the Catholic League, told WPHT midday host Dom Giordano that he feels that the men and women that are following the movie and book’s lead are “playing with fire” with some “very dangerous” practices that many women have been trying to eradicate for decades.
When I see a headline that says “Movie Theaters Tell Patrons to Leave Whips at Home,” I know that I have to talk about it. This directive was given to those going to see “Fifty Shades of Grey.” I think that will be a very interesting crowd.
Sharyl Attkisson: ‘Didn’t The People Around Hillary Clinton And Brian Williams Say “Why Are You Changing The Story?”‘
Attkisson told WPHT midday host Dom Giordano that she questions the kind of people that surround Williams and Clinton.
Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) met with WPHT midday host Dom Giordano for their monthly meeting and told him that President Obama’s administration is no longer trying to prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapon.
New Jersey Assemblyman Dr. Herb Conaway (D) told WPHT midday host Dom Giordano that he was “concerned that the chief public health officer for the state of New Jersey seems equivocated on an important issue such as vaccinations.”
Reince Priebus talked with WPHT midday host Dom Giordano about the changes in the Republican primary process that he wants to implement in order to get a different outcome than the 2012 presidential election.