Rich Zeoli Show 04/27/2017Rich kicked off the show live from Berkeley talking about the 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade in Portland that had to be cancelled because of threats from a group that was upset because a conservative group was going to be a part of it. Next Rich talked about the new Republican Healthcare bill. The issue now is that Moderates are chafing at the Republican health care compromise. Rich also discussed that United settled with the passenger who was dragged from the plane and the Delta passenger taken off the plane because he had to go to the bathroom. Starting the 4PM Rich spoke with Andrew Surabian, Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Political Strategist. Rich then talked about NoAM Chomsky who said about the GOP-"Has Any Organization Ever Been So Committed To The Destruction Of Life On Earth". At 5PM Rich when a little more into the ramifications of Berkeley cancelling Ann Coulter's speech. Also he looked at Pelosi responding to Spicer's sanctuary City Comments. Next Rich had on Gavin Mcinnis to talk about Berkeley and free speech
Writer: Media Did Not Care About Free Speech Until The Election Of Donald TrumpJohn Daniel Davidson says the media only cares about free speech now that Donald Trump is President.
New Film Seeks To Champion Freedom Of Speech On College CampusesGreg Lukianoff, from FIRE, talks with Rich Zeoli about their new film, 'Can We Take a Joke?,' and the value of free speech on a college campus.
Conservative Author: Conservatives Are Losing Cultural BattlesAuthor Kim Holmes says conservatives need to stand up for free speech and do a better job fighting the culture war.
Flashing Headlights To Warn Other DriversIs it illegal to flash other drivers to warn them that there’s a speed trap?
Supreme Court To Consider Facebook Threats Case Involving Bethlehem ManThe Supreme Court is weighing the free-speech rights of people who use violent or threatening language on Facebook and other social media.
Abu-Jamal Sues Over Pennsylvania Law Restricting SpeechMumia Abu-Jamal and his supporters are suing to overturn a new Pennsylvania law they says violates convicts' free speech rights.
Court: Clicking 'Like' On Facebook Is Free SpeechClicking "Like" on Facebook is constitutionally protected free speech and can be considered the 21st century-equivalent of a campaign yard sign, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Facebook: Like Feature Vital To Free SpeechA lawyer for the popular social network told a federal appeals court that the like feature is vital to free speech.
'I (Heart) Boobies!' Bracelet Case Heads To Philadelphia Federal Appeals CourtThe case of an eastern Pennsylvania school that attempted to ban breast-cancer fundraising bracelets that read “I (heart) boobies!” in 2010 will head to a full federal appeals court.
Stigall Show Log 8.4.11Chris discusses a scandal that my be brewing for Congressman Chaka Fattah, the controversy surrounding "Truck Nuts" and former New Jersey Governor John Corzine being a possible replacement for Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.