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Rich Zeoli represents a new generation of compelling talk radio, with Dawn Stensland, Greg Stocker and Taisje Claiborne, this is the next generation of talk. He grew up in New Jersey and spent his career advising candidates in New Jersey and Pennsylvania running for all levels of political office including Governor, US Senate, and Congress. He was the youngest chair of a political party in New Jersey history.
Rich is the founder of RZC Impact, a communications firm specializing in media training, public speaking, and strategy. His clients have included Fortune 500 Executives, national television personalities, and bestselling authors. He has personally trained individuals for high profile speaking engagements appearances on national programs including Good Morning America, CBS Sunday Morning, Larry King Live, CBS Evening News, Hannity, Today Show, and many others.
Rich is the author of “The Seven Principles of Public Speaking: Proven Methods of a PR Pro,” and a Visiting Associate at the Eagleton Institute of Politics at RutgersUniversity in New Jersey.
Rich discussed the Democrats ending their ‘Sit-In’ on Capitol Hill, President Obama admitting defeat to the Supreme Court regarding his Immigration Plan, and the hypocrisy of Democrats.
Glenn Greenwald says calls from Democrats to use the no-fly list to restrict gun sales in a threat to the right of due process.
Rich covers the ‘Sit In’ that took place this afternoon in the House. The ‘Sit In’ took place in response gun legislation propositions. We also cover supermarkets rise in egg prices that have consumers angry. Glen Greenwald joins our show at 4pm. Bethany Mandel joins the show at 4:45p
Ed Rendell says Congressman Chaka Fattah should resign after being convicted of federal corruption charges.
Rich discussed the failed gun bills on Capitol Hill, Chaka Fattah’s conviction, and the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump spat. At 4:30, Rich spoke to former Governor Ed Rendell about Hillary Clinton going after Donald Trump about his bankruptcies, and Rendell hosting the DNC. At 5:20, Rich spoke to Scott Shackford, associate editor at Reason.com, about what exactly the No-Fly list is, and what the American public thinks of it.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the FBI’s decision to release redacted versions of the Orlando shooters 911 phone calls, Donald Trump dumping his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, and how Trump needs to clarify his stance on a terrorist watch list. At 4:30pm wealth adviser Jamison Lacouze joined the show to discuss the potential financial impact of the U.K.’s upcoming Brexit vote.
Actress and cable news commentator Stacey Dash recounts how owning a gun saved her from an abusive relationship.
New Jersey State Senator Mike Doherty opposes a proposal that would raise the state’s gasoline tax by 23 cents per gallon.
Rich opens the show today talking about Due Process and gun laws in the wake of the Orlando Pulse shooting. We hear clips from The View that enraged Rich as well as discuss No, Fly, No Buy even further. State Senator Michael Doherty joins the show at 4:15.
David Inserra, a security analyst, explains some of the problems he sees with terrorist watch lists.
The conversation is heavy once again on the Orlando shootings over the weekend in Florida. Rich discusses the proposed idea of No Fly, No Buy and pleads to Donald Trump to protect the 2nd amendment for citizens of the United States. Michelle Minton joins the show to talk about the Philadelphia soda tax at 4:00. Ed Rendell joins the show at 4:30. David Inserra joins us at 5:20.
Ed Rendell says Donald Trump missed an opportunity to look Presidential following the Orlando shooting.
In the wake of the Orlando terror attack, Democrats are once again showing their true authoritarian stripes.
On today’s show, Rich discussed reports that the Orlando shooters wife may now face criminal charges, Senator Bob Casey’s proposed new bill banning those accused of misdemeanor hate crimes from owning guns, and President Obama’s claim that “radical Islam” is not a magic word and will not change anything. At 3:30pm Senior policy fellow at the National Review Institute and a contributing editor of National Review, Andrew C. McCarthy, joined the show to discuss his most recent article “Killing Homosexuals Is Not ISIS Law, It Is Muslim Law.” At 4:20pm Former National Security Agency analyst, John Schindler, checks in to talk about his most recent article “The Road to Orlando.” At 5:30pm The Heritage Foundation’s Vice President, James Carafano, calls in to talk about why we need another 9/11 Commission following the Orlando attack.
Former NSA Analyst John Schindler says the Obama Administration does not want to confront the threat of radical Islamic terrorism.