Zeoli Show Log 05.12.17On today's show, Rich discussed Keith Olbermann's claim that Donald Trump has committed treason, Mayor Kenney's call for legalization of marijuana, and the origins of Mother's Day. At 6pm Rich Guay, Better Way for Santa Fe Coalition.
Zeoli Show Log 04.25.17On today's show, Rich discussed President Trump's tax plan, Jim Kenney's reaction to a pot party raid that occurred over the weekend, and a California judge's decision to block Donald Trump's executive order designed to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities. At 4pm Shaneen Allen and Attorney Michelle Christian, National 2nd Amendment Reciprocity Act. At 5pm Naweed Tahmas, Vice President of the U.C. Berkeley College Republicans, and his attorney Krista Lee Baughman.
Zeoli Show Log 04.04.17On today's show, Rich discussed that latest on the allegations that Susan Rice ordered the unmasking of Trump officials in intelligence reports, democrats on the verge of filibustering Judge Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court nomination, and Joy Behar's insistence that President Trump needs to be kicked out of office. At 3pm Andrew McCarthy, writer at NationalReview.com.
Mayor Kenney Helps Local Harlem Globetrotter 'Swish' With Trick ShotThere's always a first time for everything, and that includes trick shots above City Hall featuring the mayor and a Harlem Globetrotter.
Zeoli Show Log 01.25.17On today’s show, Rich discussed Debbie Wasswerman Shultz decision to question the legitimacy of November’s election, director Josh Whedon’s criticisms of Ivanka Trump, and the Trump administration defunding of sanctuary cities. At 3:15pm U.S. Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, from the 7th District of Tennessee, called in to talk about the GOP retreat in Philadelphia. At 5pm Fox Buisness Channel's Maria Bartiromo joined the show to talk about the Dow Jones hitting 20,000 points for the first time in its history.
Philadelphia Bars Employers From Requesting Salary History Despite a threat from cable giant Comcast to take legal action, Philadelphia has banned employers from asking potential hires to provide their salary history, a move supporters say is a step toward closing the wage gap between men and women.
Philadelphia Commission On Human Relations Issues Report On Gayborhood RacismThe agency is calling for anti-bias training and more.
Zeoli Show Log 01.03.17Back from the holidays, Rich discussed Ford investing in the Michigan plant, the Soda tax and Donald Trump's inauguration. He also discussed the latest celebrity video urging to go against Donald Trump, the most ridiculous PC moments on college campuses and Donald Trump's SCOTUS short list.
Revitalization Of Port Of Philadelphia Gets $300M BoostPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and U.S. Senator Bob Casey came to town Wednesday to discuss a gargantuan effort to improve the Port of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia To Invest Half Billion Dollars Into Parks & Recs; Hopkins Closes Out CareerA half a billion dollars over eight years. That's what the city will invest into the parks and recreation department to transform aging rec centers, pools and libraries into state-of-the-art facilities.
Oakland Warehouse Tragedy: Could It Happen In Philly?Philadelphia also has many vacant warehouses being put to unconventional use.
Mayor Kenney Launches Task Force To Tackle Homelessness, PanhandlingThe Kenney administration has formed a new task force aimed at improving public spaces by tackling panhandling, street homelessness and outdoor meal programs.
Charity To Provide $100M For Philadelphia Parks, LibrariesThe William Penn Foundation said the money committed to the mayor's "Rebuilding Community Infrastructure Initiative" is the largest single grant in the foundation's history.
Mayor Kenney Signs Executive Order On Gifts To City WorkersPhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has kept a campaign promise and tightened up the rules on gifts to city employees.
Mayor Kenney Sounds Off Against Sanctuary City BillMayor Jim Kenney is outraged that a member of the city's own delegation is sponsoring a bill that would punish her constituents for the sanctuary city policy.