Zeoli Show Log 11.15.16Rich discussed the disapproval of Steve Bannon in Trump's cabinet, The Rich Zeoli Show's field trip to Drexel University and the latest headlines from colleges coddling delicate snowflakes. He also discussed President Obama's press conference regarding the election, Harry Reid's harsh words toward Donald Trump and Donald Trump bringing an end to culture wars. Rich spoke with Professor John Banzhaf regarding his article, Trump's Win Helping Prove Law Schools Are Wussifying Students at 5:20pm.
Zeoli Show Log 04.13.16Rich discussed Donald Trump meeting with Megyn Kelly, delegate predictions from RNC members and the decline of quality programs due to political correctness. He also discussed Thomas Jefferson's birthday, Rubio's 'possible' endorsement of Ted Cruz and Trump's family townhall. Rich spoke with Daily News Political Columnist John Baer at 3:30pm and Greg Lukianoff, President and CEO of FIRE at 4pm.
Zeoli Show Log 11.24.15Rich discussed the shooting of a PA state trooper this morning, Ben Carson's Constitution comments and the truth behind 9/11 celebrations. He also discussed a new ISIS video about Bill Clinton, Van Jones' inconsistencies and YourRepublicanUncle.com. Rich spoke with Ed Rendell at 4:30pm and Matt Katz at 5pm.
Travel Guide To Mount Rushmore National MemorialPractical travel guide to one of the jewels of the National Parks System, Mount Rushmore National Memorial
New Book Takes Fascinating Look At Role Of Alcohol In Presidential History Chris Stigall spoke with Mark Will-Weber about his new book, <em>Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt</em>, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Author: Washington Didn't Want To Become America's First PresidentChris Stigall talked to author Edward Larson on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about his new book, <em>The Return of George Washington,</em> about Washington’s return to politics following the Revolutionary War.
New Exhibit At NCC Looks At Slavery Through Eyes Of Families Owned By JeffersonThe National Constitution Center opens a new exhibit Wednesday that tells the story of the six families of enslaved people owned by Thomas Jefferson.
Historic Belmont Mansion In Financial Danger As Construction Project FaltersThe iconic estate has a history going back to the Revolutionary War, and was a stop on the Underground Railroad. The group that runs the site is suing a contractor over a partially completed addition.
Celebrating PecansFebruary gives you lots of reasons to celebrate pecans.
Tulip PoplarAt a property edge or woodland, the Tulip Poplar can provide great shade while attracting bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Authors Of New Book Trace History Of Prominent Philadelphia MuseumThe Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is world-renowned and, marking its 200th anniversary, there's now a book explaining all the hoopla.
The Atlas Society Hopes Country Can "Get Back To The Basics"Politics is never as simple as Republican versus Democrat, especially to hold a view that neither party satisfies completely.