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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 damage caused at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia, the Best Picture winner mix-up at the Oscars, and Trump’s first State of the Union address. At 11, CNN’s Jake Tapper joined discussing President Trump’s speech to Congress and the replacement possibility of Obamacare and the news of the day. At 11:35, State Rep. Martina White joined discussing her response letter to City Council Darryl Clarke on sanctuary cities.
Dom discussed Steve Bannon speaking at CPAC yesterday, Congressman Louie Gohmert fearing being shot to not hold a Town Hall and the issue of transgender bathrooms in schools. At 10:45, Lou Gaul takes us to the movies. At 11, Kevin Riordan joined discussing President Trump’s transgender bathroom policy reversal.
The Dom Giordano Show: Jesse Watters of Fox News, Terry Madonna of Franklin & Marshall College | February 23
Dom discussed the Trump administration removing the Obama policies on transgender bathrooms,the spirit of America rallies in the area, and “Supervised injection site” to curb drug usage. At 10, Tricia Cunningham joined giving an update on the Spirit of America rallies next week. At 9:15, Jesse Watters of Fox News joined discussing CPAC 2017 and what’s on tap for this weekend’s “Watters World.” At 10:35, Terry Madonna of Franklin & Marshall College joined discussing the latest polling on President Trump. At 11, Dan Martino joined discussing his idea of “safe injection sites” to help curb fatal overdoses.
Jesse Waters says Milo Yiannopoulos is responsible for his own downfall.
Dom discussed Homeland Security expanding the possibility of illegal immigration deportations, Putin seeing a surge in favorability amongst Republicans and Will Smith receiving a letter from Kermit Goznell. At 10, Archbishop Charles Chaput joined discussing his new book “Strangers in the Strange Land.” At 11:35, State Senator John Eichelberger joined discussing his comments about the inner-city students.
Archbishop Charles Chaput says he takes issue with the level of vitriol leveled at Donald Trump.
Jeff Brown, the CEO of Brown’s Super Stores, says Philadelphia’s drink tax will hurt families by costing jobs and creating more poverty.
The Dom Giordano Show: Jeff Brown, Brown’s Super Stores, John McNesby of FOP Lodge 5 & Det Ansinn Council President in Doylestown | February 21
Dom discussed a Pennsylvania Jr. Senator controversial comments about inner-city students, a St. Joseph University Professor having no sympathy to Trump voters and Milo disinvited from CPAC. At 9:35, Jeff Brown, CEO of Brown’s Super Stores, joined discussing the drop in soda sales due to the Philly soda tax. At 10, FOP Lodge #5 President, John McNesby, joined discussing his issues with President Trump on labor unions. At 11, Det Ansinn, Council President of Doylestown Borough, joined discussing his post about people with “Support police” signs and the KKK.
Dom Giordano says St Joes needs to do something about a professor that said students don’t need to open their hearts to Trump voters.
Dom discussed a St. Joe’s Professor speaking out against Trump supporters not deserving sympathy, Milo under fire again, and anonymous letters to people with “no home for hate” signs. At 9, Andy McCarthy of National Review joined discussing the passing of Omar Abdel-Rahman in prison. At 10, Israeli soldiers from Stand with Us, Nir and Shai joined discussing their lives in Israel and the current relationship between the United States and Israel.
Author and speaker Lisen Stromberg says instead of protesting with ‘A Day Without A Woman,’ advocates should focus on the needs of caregivers.
Dom discussed President Trump’s press conference yesterday, no home for hate signs around the area and the National Guard reportedly going to be used to conduct immigration raids. At 10, Andree Seu Peterson from World Magazine joined to discuss her piece on the “no home for hate” signs. At 10:45, Neal Zoren with what’s on TV. At 11, Lisen Stromberg joined discussing the upcoming “Day without Women” protest. At 11:35, Nina Rosenthal joined discussing her organizing of the “shop in at Nordstrom stores.
Dom discussed today’s day without immigrants protest, Lower Merion basketball protesting in unison with Muslims and refugees, Burlington County calling on the State to investigate the KKK fliers in the area and kids getting depressed over climate change. At 10, Tricia Cunningham joined discussing the Pennsylvania Spirit of America rallies coming up.
Dom discussed Mayor Kenney speaking out against Senate Bill 10 and his message to illegals in Philadelphia, General Flynn resigning from the Trump administration and Ivanka Trump’s products being dropped from Burlington Coat Factory. At 9:35, Co-Chair for the Foreign Policy Institute for the study of terrorism, Ed Turzanski, joined discussing the resignation of General Flynn. At 11, Sheriff Bunny Welsh joined discussing enforcing President Trump’s immigration laws.
Foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski says former National Intelligence Adviser Michael Flynn did not violate the Logan Act when discussion sanctions with the Russian ambassador.