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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 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.
Author Heather Mac Donald, from the Manhattan Institute, says Black Lives Matter activists encourage the shooting of police officers.
Dom discussed the latest police officer shooting in New York, addressing the opioid epidemic, Senator McCain awarded the 2017 Liberty Medal and doctors prescribing visits to the park. At 9:35, The Progressive Liberal, Daniel Harnsberger, joined discussing his inspiration to become the wrestler; The Progressive Liberal. At 10, John George of Philly Business Journal joined discussing a look inside the opioid crisis. At 11:35, Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute joined discussing the cop shooting in New York.
Dom discussed Cardinal Tobin slamming President Trump for appealing to the darker side of Americans, ANTIFA classified as a domestic terrorist group in New Jersey. At 10, Lenox School District student, Jimmy Jay Chassi, joined discussing the proposal to change the mascot from the “Millionaire.” At 10:35, Upper Darby Police Chief, Mike Chitwood, joined discussing racial profiling being used on routine traffic stops. At 11, Brad Thor joined discussing his book “Use of Force and his event next week with Dom.
Upper Darby Police Chief Michael Chitwood says his officers do not need to use racial profiling to combat crime.
Dom discussed Governor Christie beach vacation on closed state beaches, President Trump’s tweet tweet “wrestling” CNN, police shootings in 2017 on pace to surpass 1,000, legalizing recreational marijuana and beachtag patrollers harassing an event in Ocean City for kids with autism. At 9:35, Zach Rehl joined discussing the March for Trump over the weekend. At 10,Sharyl Attkisson joined discussing her latest book “The Smear,” and media biases. At 11, JD Mullane joined discussing legalizing marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Katrina Pierson says Donald Trump was just defending himself with a Twitter tirade against Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski.
Dom discussed Morning Joe’s response to the President’s tweet attack on them, Republicans adding $45 billion to opioid treatments, beer distributors trying to curb teenage drinking. At 10, Jeffrey Lord joined discussing the media reaction to President Trump’s tweets towards “Morning Joe.” At 10:35, Senior Political Strategist, Katrina Pierson, joined discussing the Republican’s health care plan and President Trump’s tweets at “Morning Joe.” At 10:45, Lou Gaul takes us to the movies. At 11, Werner Graf, a former School board member at Hopewell school district, joined discussing the school’s newest transgender policy. At 11:45, game of the week.
Dom discussed the Pennsylvania Senate passing a bill that would allow arming of teachers in schools, Congress votes on “Kate’s Law” today, President Trump’s tweet attack on “Morning Joe.” and former District Attorney Seth Williams pleads guilty to bribery charges. At 10, Senator Rand Paul joined discussing the Republican health care bill. At 10:35, Zach Rehl joined discussing the “March for Trump” on July 2nd in Philadelphia.
Brian Karem says the White House’s lack of respect toward the media does a disservice to Americans.
Dom discussed Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ confrontation with a Playboy columnist, Republicans delaying their vote on the new healthcare bill, Serena Williams poses naked for Vanity Fair, ANTIFA protesting in Gettysburg. At 10:35, State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe joined discussing his confrontation with Rep. Brian Sims on Sanctuary Cities in Pennsylvania. At 11:15, Senator Chris Coons joined discussing the Republican health care reform bill. At 11:35, Brian Karem from The Sentinel of Montgomery County in MD joined discussing his confrontation with Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Dom discussed the several Supreme Court decisions from yesterday, the next big thing in wrestling: The Progressive Liberal, paying for the first date and proposal for DNA sampling on misdemeanors in PA. At 9:35, Eric Bolling joined discussing his new book ‘The Swamp” and his Speaker Series event with Chris Stigall. At 10, David Hardy joined discussing his retirement as the CEO of the Boy’s Latin School in Philadelphia.
David Hardy, the retiring CEO of the Boys Latin School, says the Philadelphia School District could learn something from charter schools.
Dom discussed the new Republican health care bill, tipping more on feel-good stories, New Jersey school curriculum on interactions with Police,attempting to curb panhandling in Philadelphia and the Supreme Court hearing the case on President Trump’s travel ban. At 10, Alexis Miller of Black Lives Matter joined discussing a curriculum in schools on interactions with Police. At 10:45, Senator Pat Toomey joined discussing the Republican health care bill. At 11, Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs joined discussing his latest book ‘Putin’s Gambit.”
Ken Matthews sits in for Dom. Ken discussed the newest health care bill from the Republicans,Congress’ attempt to prevent airlines from removing passengers on planes, Bill Cosby’s planned town halls on avoiding sexual assault and the public assistance integrity act.
Ken Matthews fills in for Dom. Ken discussed the uniqueness that Barron Trump is enjoying as a First Son PennDot unveils a new license design, the ANTIFA planning a protest in Gettysburg, China’s struggle to stop people from smoking and conservative groups being labeled as “hate groups.”
Kevin Wall fills in for Dom. Kevin discussed Karen Handel’s win in the Georgia 6th district election, Republicans deciding on a new health care bill, the testimony of former Secretary of DHS, Jeh Johnson, on the Russian hacking and free speech on campus being discussed by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Dom discussed Otto Warmbier’s passing after over a year as a prisoner in North Korea, Amazon’s purchase of Whole Food, wearing uniforms to work and a brawl breaking out in Brewerytown. At 10:20, Jonathan Goldsmith joined discussing his book, “Stay Interesting.” At 11, Audobon Park Mayor Larry Pennock joined discussing the “Love Lives Here” signs.
Dom discussed a protester against President Trump rushing the stage in New York, Alex Jones battles with Megyn Kelly over Sandy Hook, Bill Cosby’s mistrial, school dress codes being sexist and a protester in New York rushing an anti-Trump play. At 9:35, Brad Thor joined discussing his new book “Use of Force.” At 10, George Parry joined discussing the hung jury in the Bill Cosby trial. At 10:45, JD Mullane joined discussing his time in the Courthouse during the entire Bill Cosby trial. At 11, Jake Tapper joined discussing his interview with Senator Bernie Sanders, the tragic collision causing the death of 7 U.S. Sailors and the news of the day. At 11:20, Jack Posobiec joined discussing the anti-Trump protester in New York that rushed the stage of a play.
There are voices and actors on the left that are creating an atmosphere that is more hateful and threatening than anything that we’ve seen in political debate
City Controller Alan Butkovitz says revenue generated from the soda tax is below estimates and may force some stores in Philadelphia to close or move.
Ramona Africa says the MOVE bombing in 1985 was unjustified and celebrated student efforts to memorialize the site with a historical marker.
On today’s show, Dom talked about Jeff Sessions testifying to the public, Session’s views on medical marijuana and the “Roseanne” show getting a reboot in the “Trump Era”. Dom talks about the pros and cons of the “Text-to-Give” program, which is set up in Philadelphia to replace giving money directly to panhandlers. Dom speaks with Ramona Africa about the historical marker being placed near the MOVE bombing. Dom spotlights the Golden State Warriors declining to visit to the White House after winning the NBA Title and President Trump’s unpopular portrayal in a New York play.
On today’s show, Dom talked about the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission’s decision to place a marker at the site of the 1985 “MOVE” bombing in Philadelphia, Megyn Kelly’s tweet referring to Alex Jones as a conservative, and whether or not Texas’ transgender bathroom bill could prevent Dallas from hosting the 2018 NFL Draft. At 10:30am, Jim Jenkins discussed the importance of Flag Day and his goal of flying 10,000 American flags in Philadelphia.
On today’s show, Dom discussed Sen. Marco Rubio’s hard hitting questions at yesterday’s Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, James Comey’s admittance to having purposefully leaked memos to the press, and pro Trump and anti Trump lawn signs. At 10am, Andrew C. McCarthy, Contributing Editor at National Review. At 10:15am, Kevin Kelly, Executive Editor of Wired Magazine. At 11:45am, comedian Adam Carolla.
On today’s show, Dom discussed James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, whether or not PA State Senator Daylin Leach will challenge Rep. Pat Meehan for his Congressional seat in 2018, and Joe Scarborough blaming conservative talk radio for the political divide in the U.S. At 9:30am, Gary Abernathy, Publisher and Editor for The Times Gazette. At 10am, Eric Strain checked in from a Washington D.C. Comey Testimony Watch Party.
Dom discussed Mike Schmidt’s controversial comments about Odubel Herrera, lunch shaming at Collingswood High School, and President Trump nominates a new FBI Director. At 10:35, Bill O’Reilly joined discussing his latest book “Legends & Lies:The Civil War.” At 10:45,Senator Pat Toomey joined discussing the Paris Climate Accords, Director James Comey’s testimony tomorrow and the health care debate. At
11:35, The Daily News’ Marcus Hayes joined discussing the controversy surrounding Mike Schmidt.
Bill O’Reilly says a ‘far left hit-job’ was responsible for his ouster from Fox News.
A lawyer for a man arrested by ICE agents hopes to have his asylum case re-opened by a judge.
Dom discussed the accused NSA leaker, 73rd anniversary of D-Day, Director James Comey’s testimony on Thursday and Apple reveals the “Homepod.” At 9:35, Attorney Matthew Archambeault joined discussing his client Jonathan Palacios, who was detained by ICE in Lower Merion. At 10, Robert Gillies of Springfield Township Republican Committee joined discussing the new “Love Lives Here” signs. At 11:35, Dr. Sebastian Gorka joined discussing the terror attack on London Bridge and the NSA employee accused of leaking classified information.
Lawyer George Parry assesses the case against Bill Cosby as his trial begins.