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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 live from the Battleship New Jersey discussed the passing of Roger Ailes, Robert Mueller appointed as special counselor to investigate Russia’s influence on the 2016 Presidential election, Millennials’ attempt for home ownership and President Trump’s education budget. At 9:35, FOP 5 President, John McNesby, joined discussing Larry Krasner’s win in the District Attorney primary election. At 10, Ed Turzanski joined discussing the appointment of a special counselor, Robert Mueller, to investigate Russia. At 10:45, St. Joseph men’s rugby coach, Dan Yarusso, joined discussing the year’s Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship.
Philly FOP President John McNesby says Democratic nominee for District Attorney, Larry Krasner, is anti-police.
Dom discussed the New York Times’ report of a memo to Director Comey from President Trump to end the General Flynn investigation, Larry Krasner wins the Democratic seat for Philadelphia’s District Attorney. At 10:35, Dr. Sebastian Gorka joined discussing President Trump’s upcoming visit to the middle east and the accusations of President Trump leaking information to the Russians. At 11, Eric Bolling of Fox News joined discussing the breaking news from the NYT’s on the President Trump memo. At 11:15, Matt Schlapp, Chairman of the American Conservative Union, joined his experience working in the President Bush administration and his involvement with the hiring of Director James Comey in the Department of Justice.
White House adviser Sebastian Gorka previews Donald Trump’s trip to the Middle East.
Foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski said Donald Trump did not break any laws in revealing secret information during a meeting with Russian officials.
Dom discussed the Washington Post report of President Trump telling classified information to Russians, Philadelphia’s District Attorney primary, and Real ID compliance. At 10, Lynne Abraham joined discussing today’s District Attorney’s primary in Philadelphia. At 11, State Rep. Matt Bradford joined discussing the issues of Pennsylvania’s Real IDs compliance. At 11:35, John Templeton Fellow and co-chair for the study of terrorism at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Ed Turzanski, joined discussing the report of President Trump leaking information to the Russians.
Dom discussed the ongoing reaction of Director Comey’s firing, Baltimore’s soaring murder rate, the deadline on Real ID’s in Pennsylvania looms, ESPN losing mostly Republican viewers and former First Lady, Michelle Obama, criticizes President Trump for dismantling her school lunch program. At 11:05, CNN’s Jake Tapper joined discussing President Trump’s relationship with President Netanyahu and the news of the day.
The positions taken by the Democratic candidates for district attorney for Tuesday’s primary are an indictment of Philadelphia voters.
Dom discussed the Philadelphia Judge that wants the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office to charge the conductor of the Amtrak crash in 2015, and President Trump’s interview with NBC’s Lester Holt. At 10, Mayor of Doylestown Ron Strouse joined discussing the decision of 17 Mayors, including himself, to sign a letter to encourage Congress to not defund Planned Parenthood. At 10:35, Admiral William McRaven joined discussing his new book “Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life And Maybe the World.” At 10:45, Neal Zoren with What’s on TV. At 11, Pat Buchanan joined discussing his latest book ‘Nixon’s White House Wars.”
Dom discussed Congressman Tom MacArthur holding a Town Hall meeting yesterday, the latest Franklin & Marshall polling, and Mayors across Pennsylvania urge Congress to not defund Planned Parenthood. At 10:10, Terry Madonna of Franklin & Marshall, joined discussing the latest polling in Pennsylvania showing support for legalized marijuana, support for Governor Wolf and President Trump. At 11, Fox News’ Kim Guilfoyle joined discussing “The Five” new time slot on Fox News and the firing of James Comey.
Dom discussed the firing of FBI Director James Comey by President Trump, the Vietnam Veteran’s wall in Philadelphia being vandalized and giving New Jersey a new slogan. At 9:35, National Review’s Andy McCarthy joined discussing the firing of Director James Comey. At 10, David Garrow joined discussing his newest book, “Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama.” At 10:15, Ken Cuccinelli joined discussing Director James Comey’s firing and the potential replacements. At 10:45 Terry Williamson joined discussing the Vietnam Wall being vandalized. At 11:35, Lou Dobbs from Lou Dobbs Tonight, joined with his thoughts on the firing of Director James Comey.
Dom discussed local Representatives not all on board with President Trump’s tax proposal, Jimmy Kimmel’s response to critics on his health care monologue, deadline for charges against Amtrak conductor in 2015 crash and the testimony’s of Sally Yates and General Clapper to the Senate. At 9:10, Representative Ryan Costello joined discussing President Trump’s tax proposal. At 11, Gene Marks of Philly Mag joined discussing the possibility of lowering the drinking age in PA could have saved Tim Piazza at Penn State.
Congressman Ryan Costello says he as faith in the White House to lower corporate tax rates, regardless of what the final numbers will look like.
Co-author of the new book, ‘Shattered,’ Jonathan Allen, says Hillary Clinton’s missteps led to her own demise is last year’s presidential election.
Dom discussed ICE’s raid in Chester County on a mushroom farm, Penn State fraternity members charged in the death of a pledge, Adam Jones’ incident at Fenway Park a highlight of baseball’s lack of diversity and sanitizing history over slave owners’ monuments. At 10, Jonathan Allen joined discussing his latest book “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign.” At 11, CNN’s Jake Tapper joined discussing the House passing the AHCA, reasons for Hillary Clinton’s big loss, and the news of the day.
Dom discussed the House passing the replacement of Obamacare, a “no home for hate” critic is criticized himself by a 7th grader, Boston Red Sox banning a fan and West Chester ending homework over the weekends. At 10, Wally Zimolong joined discussing an illegal immigrant in Philadelphia that impregnated an underage girl. At 10:45, Lou Gaul takes us to the movies.
Dom discussed the pending vote today on the Obamacare replacement, Congressman Lou Barletta considering a challenge to Senator Bob Casey Jr’s seat. At 10:35, Gabrielle Bruno joined discussing the National Day of Prayer. At 11, Larry Platt, Editor of The Philadelphia Citizen, joined discussing the voter lottery and election reform for the District Attorney election. At 11:35, Congressman Pat Meehan joined discussing the health care vote and his decision to vote no on it.
Pennsylvania Senator says he should’ve been able to propose amendments during the process that avoided a government shutdown.
Dom discussed anarchist vandalizing area of Philadelphia in an anti-gentrification protest, health care for people with pre-existing conditions and the ongoing District Attorney race in Philadelphia. At 9:35, Gene Simmons joined discussing his appearance at this year’s Comic Con in Philadelphia. At 10, Penn State Professor, Karen Bettez Halnon, joined to give an update on the controversial artwork of the frog crucifixion.Senator Pat Toomey joined discussing health care and the budget spending bill. At 11, Jack O’Neill joined discussing his candidacy for Philadelphia District Attorney.
Dom discussed the petition going around to help protect the Assistant Principal Zach Ruff, yesterday’s protests in Philadelphia. At 10, Former State Attorney in Florida, Jeff Ashton, joined his experience going against an opponent that was funded by George Soros. At 11, Lauren and Connor Haines joined discussing their confrontation with Assistant Principal Zach Ruff
Dom discussed President Trump’s 100 day rally during the White House Correspondents Dinner, George Soros buys into the Philadelphia District Attorney race and a man who freaked out for seeing a Confederate Flag and changes to school lunch programs under President Trump. At 10:35, David French from National Review joined discussing Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as the star we need. At 11, CNN’s Jake Tapper joined discussing the White House Correspondents Dinner and the news of the day.
Dom discussed a Downingtown area high school Assistant Principal confronting pro-life protesters, local Republicans that are opposing a revised health care bill and Philadelphia illegal immigrants having the right to earn a living. At 9:35, Penn State Abington Professor Karen Bettez Halnon joined discussing a controversial artwork that depicts a frog being crucified. At 10, Ronna Romney-McDaniel, RNC chairwoman, joined discussing the first 100 days of President Trump. At 10:45, Neal Zoren with what’s on TV. At 11:15, Todd Herremans joined discussing the Eagles first round choice of Derek Barnett. At 11:45, WPHT afternoon host, Rich Zeoli, joined live from Berkeley discussing the event for Ann Coulter.
Karen Bettez-Halnon, a professor at Penn State Abington, is outraged about a statue of a frog crucified like Christ.
Senator Rand Paul strongly supports the Trump administrations tax reform proposal but does not expect many fellow Republicans to follow suit.
Dom discussed the Delaware State Trooper that was shot and killed yesterday, President Trump’s tax plan, and the prom rulebook the NFL draft in Philadelphia. At 10:50, Senator Rand Paul joined discussing President Trump’s tax plan and health care. At 11, Author Michael Vitez joined discussing the Rocky Steps taking center stage at the NFL draft.
Dom discussed the Vine street expressway bike riders, President Trump’s tax plan, sponsor for Ann Coulter at Berkeley pulls away and ESPN announces layoffs. At 10:35, Berkeley student, Pranav Jandhyala, joined with developments involving Ann Coulter speaking at Berkeley. At 11, Co-founder of Poor magazine, Lisa Gray-Garcia, joined discussing groups of people around the main line asking people to donate money to the poor.
Ohio Governor John Kasich says both political parties are to blame for the divisive nature of discourse today.
Dom discussed the Democrats blaming Republicans for a pending government shutdown, the soda tax in Philadelphia crossing $7 million for the month of March. At 10, Berkeley student Pranav Jandhyala joined to discuss Ann Coulter speaking at the campus and Bill O’Reilly speaking out for the first time since being fired from Fox News. At 10:35, Governor John Kasich joined discussing his new book “Two Paths: America Divided or United” and Friday’s Speaker Series event. At 11, Julissa Arce joined discussing her journey as an illegal immigrant to achieve the “American Dream.”
Dom discussed the March for Sciences rallies on Saturday, the possibility of a government shutdown, and Ann Coulter’s battle to speak at Berkeley. At 10:35, Representative Patrick Meehan joined discussing the possibility of a government shutdown and a pending new health care bill. At 11, Jake Tapper of CNN joined discussing CNN’s coverage of the first 100 days for President Trump. At 11:35, Salena Zito joined discussing her return to Trump supporters and their thoughts on the first 100 days.
Pat Meehan addressed Donald Trump’s first 100 days, saying that tax reform efforts on dependent on the success of a second effort to repeal and replace the ACA.