Zeoli Show Log 12.13.14On today’s show, Rich discussed Russian hacking, Rick Perry’s nomination to be Energy Secretary and the Republican walk of shame at Trump Tower. At 3:30pm US Senator Rand Paul joined the show and talked about Trump’s pick for Secretary of State. At 4:30pm former PA Governor Ed Rendell called into the show to chat about Trump’s proposed infrastructure rebuild. At 5:30pm General Counsel for the Republican Party Lawrence Tabas checked in to discuss Jill Stein’s failed recount effort in PA.
Zeoli Show Log 12.06.16On today’s show, Rich discussed a push to get electors to switch their votes to Gov. John Kasich, Jill Stein’s recount effort in PA, and a Washington Post writer who claims Trump is the reason she stopped looking for a partner. At 4:30pm former PA Governor Ed Rendell joined the show.
Zeoli Show Log 08.23.16On today’s show, Rich discussed Huma Adedin’s negligence with classified information, how a 9 year old with a pacemaker was hassled by TSA agents, and whether or not concerns about Hillary Clinton’s health are warranted. At 3:30pm, Independent Presidential Candidate and former CIA operations officer, Evan McMullin, joined the show. At 4:40pm, former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, called in to discuss the uptick in registered Republicans in the state of PA. At 5:15pm, National Political Reporter, Salena Zito, checked in to discuss her most recent article, "Stumped By Trump's Success? Take A Drive Outside US Cities."
Zeoli Show Log 02.02.16On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump being unable to meet expectation in Iowa, the latest on the Zika virus, and whether or not Adele’s song “Hello” encourages sexual harassment? At 3:20pm Former Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Michael Steele, checked in to break down the results of the Iowa Caucus and explained what can be expected going forward. At 4:30pm Former Governor of Pennsylvania, Ed Rendell, called in to discuss the results of last night's Iowa Caucus, whether or not Iowa deserves to be the first state to vote, and the latest on Bill Cosby.
Inauguration Day Ends With A BallBarack Obama launched his second term as U.S. president by confronting conservative opponents in Congress, declaring in an inaugural address before nearly a million spectators that he will tackle climate change, protect America’s social safety net and pursue other decidedly liberal goals.