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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.
Dom discussed the hypocrisy on college campus, Bill O’Reilly going after Donald Trump for not oging after Hillary Clinton on her Charlotte protest comments, and Philadelphia’s Sanctuary City status is in jeopardy. At 10:00, Dom spoke to Team USA soccer star Carli Lloyd about her new book “When Nobody was Watching,” and about athletes using their star power for social justice. At 11:00, Dom spoke to Delaware County GOP President Andy Reilly about Trump’s first debate, and how he can win his next debate over Hillary. At 11:35, Dom spoke to Joe Khan, the man trying to unseat Philadelphia D.A. Seth Williams, about why he’s running for District Attorney and why the D.A.’s office is different than any other in the City.
Montgomery County Police Chief Bill Kelly criticized media outlets for not reporting the race of a suicidal individual that police wrestled a gun away from earlier this week.
Dom discussed Trump continued comments on a former Miss Universe winner, Philadelphia wanting to bring in 1 million Syrian refugees, a proposal gone bad during a Yankees game. At 9:35, City Councilman David Oh joined discussing his resolution to State Rep Martina White’s sanctuary city bill.At 10, CNN’s Jake Tapper joined discussing his Presidential Town Hall tonight with President Obama. At 11, Judge Jeanine Pirro joined discussing her appearance with Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania on October 6th.
Councilman David Oh says a bill in Harrisburg should not be able to cut off all state aid from Philadelphia.
Dom live from Andy’s Diner in Spring House. Dom broke down last night’s first Presidential debate, Montgomery County Community college weapon policy. At 9:30, Former CIO Director Jim Woolsey joined discussing the benefit of stop and frisk and the confidential information sent to Hillary Clinton’s private servers. At 10, Joe McGuriman, Director of Campus Safety at Montgomery County Community College, joined discussing the new weapon policy at the campus. At 10:35, Senator Rick Santorum joined with his reaction to last night’s debate. At 11, Attorney Alan Dershowitz joined to discuss his new book “Electile Dysfunction.” At 11:35, Kathleen Willey joined discussing her thoughts on last night’s debate.
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton praises the intelligence and preparedness of Pat Toomey.
Dom discussed Senator Cruz’s endorsement with Donald Trump, the importance of sports in life., Walmart refusing to make a “Blue Lives Matter” cake and pushback to the drug narcan. At 11, Lou Dobbs of Lou Dobbs Tonight, joined to preview the first Presidential debate tonight. At 11:17, Senator Tom Cotton joined discussing his support for fellow Senator Pat Toomey.
I’ll be watching all this and hopefully talking with you at the Chris Stigall Debate Watch Party at Chickie and Pete’s in South Philly.
Dom discussed Facebook’s campaign to get people registered to vote, Trump’s rally in Ashton, New Jersey’s distracted driving law not about drinking coffee and Philly free streets this weekend. At 10:30, Colonel Allen West joined discussing the shooter’s of Terence Crutcher and Keith Lamont Scott.At 10:47, Neal Zoren with What’s on TV.
Allen West believes the President should do more to calm the unrest in Charlotte following the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.
Dom live from Andy’s Diner in Spring House. Dom discussed Trump’s opinion on the shooting of Terrence Crutcher, Trump’s campaign as a movement not just a campaign and the upcoming debate on Monday night. At 10:35, Former basketball coach, Bobby Knight, joined discussing his support for Donald Trump gave his thoughts on kneeling for the National Anthem.
Bobby Knight says Donald Trump is the problem solver America needs.
Dom discussed the latest projections from FiveThirtyEight on Trump’s chances to win at 48%, the refugee situation in Pennsylvania, and the shooting of Terrence Crutcher in Tulsa. At 9:35, State Rep. Martina White joined discussing the passing of her sanctuary city bill in the State Government Committee. At 10, John Rentschler joined discussing the Syrian refugees in the Lancaster area.
State Rep Martina White responds to criticism from Mayor Jim Kenney of her bill that would punish sanctuary cities.
Dom discussed the continued reaction to the bombings in New York and New Jersey, Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins and two other players protest during the National Anthem, a new weapon policy in Montgomery County Community College and Donald Trump Jr’s comparison of the Syrian refugee crisis to skittles. At 9:35, Philly.com’s Marcus Hayes, joined discussing the protest last night by 3 Eagles players during the National Anthem. At 10, Andy McCarthy from National Review joined discussing the terror attacks in New York City and New Jersey shows our willful blindness.