Zeoli Show Log 05.06.16On today’s show, Rich discussed Paul Ryan’s decision to announce that he was not ready to endorse Donald Trump, a NJ woman who was arrested for choosing to remain silent during a traffic stop, and how shampooing hair in Tennessee without the proper license could end in jail time. At 3:30 JD Tuccile, contributing editor at Reason.com, called in to talk about the FDA’s war on e-cigs. At 4:30pm Seth Grossman, executive director of Liberty and Prosperity, joined the show to explain why bankruptcy might be Atlantic City’s best option.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | May 2Chris discussed President Obama's last White House Correspondents' Dinner, protesters boycotting Donald Trump in California and Ted Cruz's thoughts regarding transgender bathrooms. He spoke with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about Presidential candidates reaching 1,237 delegates at 7:00 and 60 Minutes contributor Lesley Stahl about her book, Becoming Grandma, at 8:00.
Jeb Bush Backs Ted Cruz For President“Ted is a consistent, principled conservative who has demonstrated the ability to appeal to voters and win primary contests." ""
Former White House Press Secretary: Clinton The Clear Favorite For PresidentFormer White House Spokesperson Dana Perino thinks Hillary Clinton has a clear electoral advantage in the race for the White House.
Political Writer: Republican Leaders Still Paralyzed By Donald TrumpAB Stoddard, from The Hill, explains that the Republican Party remains in a state of panic as to how to deal with Donald Trump's candidacy.
Zeoli Show Log 02.24.16Rich discussed what should be the legal voting age, Trump's win in the Nevada caucuses and Kasich's honest comments about not being President. He also discussed Marco Rubio's anti-prostitution stance, Erin Andrews stalker situation and Donald Trump throwing blows at Ted Cruz. Rich spoke with Roger Stone at 4pm and Kathleen Willey at 5:20pm.
Political Pundits: Trump Victory Perilous For RepublicansPolitical pundits share their thoughts on Trump and Clinton victories over the weekend.
Princeton Professor Remembers Justice Antonin Scalia As An 'Originalist'Princeton Professor Robert George remembered Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia as an originalist that recognized the limits placed on judges.