Weekdays: 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Rich Zeoli represents a new generation of compelling talk radio. He grew up in New Jersey and spent his career advising candidates in for all levels of political office including President, Governor, and Congress. He was the youngest chair of a political party in New Jersey history.
A sought after speaker and coach, Rich is the founder of RZC Impact, a communications firm specializing in media training, public speaking, and strategy. His clients have included Fortune 100 C-Suite 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, 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 Rutgers University in New Jersey. He is the proud father of Patrick and Clare and lives in South Jersey with his wife, Brigid.
Click here to download Rich Zeoli’s photo.
A sitting United States Senator is accused of accepting bribes and millions in campaign contributions in exchange for helping a “friend,” get away with defrauding Medicare for $100 million
On today’s show, Rich discussed Barack Obama speaking out against the Graham-Cassidy Healthcare Bill, MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell’s meltdown, and Steve Mnuchin announcing an executive order that would punish companies and banks that do business with North Korea. At 4pm, Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli. At 5:20pm, President of American Commitment Phil Kerpen.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the pros and cons of the proposed Graham-Cassidy Healthcare Reform Bill, Rep. Maxine Waters’ latest call for the impeachment of Donald Trump—during a eulogy, and Secretary Tom Price’s controversial decision to fly in private jets instead of taking commercial flights.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the proposed Graham-Cassidy healthcare reform bill, and the latest news regarding the Equifax data breach.
On today’s show, Rich discussed President Trump trying to get some reform done in the UN and the Emmy’s dipping ratings. Rich talks President Trump letting a child cut the grass at the White House, but some people are upset about it. Rich spotlights Hillary Clinton and her questioning of the legitimacy of the 2016 election. Rich talks about Rex Tillerson suggesting the US may re-engage in the Paris pact and Sean Spicer showing up at The Emmys. Rich discussed President Trump and his first speech at the UN.
As Congress continues to hash out President Donald Trump’s recent decisions regarding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and his tax reform proposal, US Senator Pat Toomey, from Pennsylvania, says he doubts DACA will be tied to tax reform.
On today’s show, Rich discussed President Trump nominating several conservatives to appellate court positions, H.R. McMaster’s assertion that there is a military option on the table in regards to dealing with North Korea, and the latest on a bipartisan solution to DACA. At 5:20pm, Senator Pat Toomey.
Regarding the ongoing battle against opioid addiction in this country, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tom Price, says its been decades where individuals have felt that anybody that was addicted was simply breaking the law, as opposed to suffering from a chronic disease.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump and Democrat leaders moving closer to a bipartisan agreement on DACA, Ted Cruz’ twitter mishap, and whether or not DREAMers should be granted citizenship. At 4:50pm, Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Trump’s upcoming White House dinner with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, Paul Ryan’s claim that a wall stretching across the southern boarder will never happen, and Hillary Clinton’s appearance on The View.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the release of Hillary Clinton’s new book, Senator Bob Menendez’ corruption trial, and Steve Bannon’s claim that Trump’s decision to fire James Comey was the greatest mistake in modern political history.
Rich talks about President Trump’s decision on DACA, Hillary Clinton’s excuses of why she didn’t win the 2016 Election, and Steve Bannon making an offer to Chris Christie that he couldn’t refuse… ,but he did. […]
On today’s show Rich discussed Paul Ryan urging President Trump not to terminate DACA and we learned that President Trump’s decision on DACA will come Tuesday. Rich talks with State Representative Martina White about the Back The Blue Rally, plus Rich celebrates some local police officers with the Barbera Backs The Badge segment. Rich talks with Reason.com’s Ronald Bailey and discuses a nurse from Utah being arrested for not giving a patient’s blood to a police officer.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez’s bribery and corruption trial and James Comey drafting a letter of exoneration for Hillary before investigating her. Rich spotlighted Dianne Feinstein’s kind words about Trump getting Democrats agitated and Politico’s off-color political cartoon about Hurricane Harvey . Rich talked about Chris Christie calling out Ted Cruz and the idea of President Trump ending DACA.
Rich talks about President Trump’s address on tax reform, Gov. Chris Christie’s appearance on MSNBC criticizing President Trump, and Sen. Mike Lee warning Republicans that if they don’t get tax reform accomplished, they will be […]
Rich talks about the impact of Hurricane Harvey and the media’s reaction to how the Trump administration has handled it, the internet frenzy after Melania Trump wore heels on her way to Texas, and the […]
On today’s show Rich discussed Rex Tillerson’s comments about Trump and his values. A Philly Judge ruled the city’s police union can challenge the release of an officer’s name, if they are involved in a shooting. Rich spotlights the idea of Hurricane Harvey being Trump’s fault and President Trump’s pardon of Joe Arpio. Rich talks about President Trump’s joint press conference with the Finish President and Trumps’s comments on Hurricane Harvey.
On today’s show, Rich discussed President Trump going after other Republicans this week, possible tax reform getting done and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin saying Friday that he is “100 percent confident” the debt ceiling will be raised in September. Rich spotlights a new ANTIFA cell forming in Philadelphia, a possible changing of the name of the Roosevelt Blvd and a group of Black Lives Matter protesters protesting outside a Philly cop’s residence, who was involved in a shooting. Rich talks about Gov. Andrew Cuomo formally introducing a new $4 billion bridge named for his late father, Mario Cuomo and Gary Cohn drafting a resignation letter, but not sending it to President Trump. Rich discusses Nancy Pelosi and her misunderstanding of the 1st Amendment and free speech, plus ESPN taking broadcaster Robert Lee off of a game due to his name resembling Robert E. Lee. and Doug Adler taking heat and being fired from ESPN after he describe tennis superstar Venus Williams’ strategy as “the guerrilla effect.”
On today’s show, Rich discussed the ACLU apologizing for white supremacy, Congressman Tim Ryan arguing that Democrats need to be the party of lower taxes, and Donny Deutsch diagnosing Donald Trump as a sociopath. At 4pm, Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Wagner.
When ESPN decided that the mere mention of a name, Robert Lee, could trigger harsh feelings at a University of Virginia football game, political correctness ascended into a new and welcome place.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump’s speech in Phoenix, Arizona, ESPN’s decision to remove an announcer named Robert Lee from a University of Virginia football game broadcast, and a NSA whistle blower’s claim that the DNC was never hacked by Russians. At 5pm, Trevor Thrall, a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute. At 5:30pm, Andrew C. McCarthy, Contributing Editor at National Review.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump’s decision to increase U.S. military presence in Afghanistan, the fight to remove a statue of former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo, and whether or not the president will pardon Sheriff Joe Arpaio. At 5pm, Luke Coffey, the Director of Foreign Policy at The Heritage Foundation.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump’s military strategy in Afghanistan, The National Museum of African American History and Culture’s decision to feature Colin Kaepernick in an exhibit but not Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and the solar eclipse. At 3pm, political commentator and author Dick Morris.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump’s decision to ouster White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, a call from the left to remove the presidential monument etched into Mount Rushmore, and the indictment of a former IT staffer to Debbie Wasserman Schultz. At 4pm, Marian L. Tupy from the Cato Institute. At 4:35pm, comedian Jim Breuer. At 5:35, radio personality Anthony Cumia.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the suspected terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain, activists turning their attention from Confederate monuments to monuments of Jefferson and Washington, and Chris Cuomo’s claim that the extreme right is the number one domestic terror threat. At 5:20pm, Raheem Kassam, editor-in-chief of Breitbart London.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Rev. Al Sharpton arguing that monuments to Thomas Jefferson shouldn’t be funded by tax payer dollars, the media’s overreaction to Donald Trump’s comments on Charlottesville, and whether or not a statue of former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo will be removed. At 4:20pm, columnist Stu Bykofsky.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Councilwoman Helen Gym’s argument to remove a statue of former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo, Donald Trump’s response to questions regarding Charlottesville, and whether or not we are on the verge of changing our Nation’s history. At 3:35pm, Congressman Tom MacArthur. At 4:35pm, Author Dinesh D’Souza.
On today’s show, Rich discussed violent protests in Charlottesville, North Carolina, President Trump’s denunciation of the KKK and white supremacy, and Al Gore’s new movie, “An Inconvenient Sequel,” flopping at the box office.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis’ belief that diplomacy is working with North Korea, whether or not the DNC “hack” was just an inside leak, and how to survive nuclear war. At 4:35pm Attorney Mark W. Tanner and his pursuit of a civil rights case against former PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump’s response to criticisms made by Sen. Mitch McConnell, the latest on North Korea, and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s alert on fidget spinners.