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Rich Zeoli represents a new generation of compelling talk radio. 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.
“The State has no more right to tell me what to put in my mouth, than it has to tell me what has to come out of my mouth.” – Milton Friedman
So, why is okay for a state to restrict your right to protect yourself in public?
Chris Christie’s chances of becoming the Republican nominee for President of the United States in 2016 have increased exponentially since the lanes closures in Fort Lee, i.e.: Bridgegate.
My fellow Americans, tonight we gather on what is no doubt another historically cold night in our nation’s capital. But while our bodies may be cold our love for America has never been warmer and the state of our union has never been stronger.
He’s not even six months old or 10 pounds, but one feisty little pup already has nearly 100,000 fans on Facebook and an important mission.
4/26/12 – by Rich Zeoli – Let’s face it, when you are the incumbent president, with all the trappings of the office, it’s not too hard to look Presidential. You get the motorcade, the fancy [...]
4/18/12 – by Rich Zeoli – It’s a job no one ever says they want. Even in this economy. John Adams once called it “The most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived [...]