Writer: Trump Should Highlight Religious Aspect Of Refugee BanNational Review's Andrew McCarthy says there's nothing wrong with highlighting the religious aspect of Donald Trump's refugee ban.
Zeoli Show Log 09.19.16Rich discussed the terrorist attacks in the US, Hillary Clinton's extreme vetting ideology and Donald Trump getting slammed over his 'bomb' comment. He also discussed Eagles players expected to protest during Monday Night Football, Trump's rally in Florida and Bruce Springsteen's farm. Rich spoke with Bob Dick at 4:20pm.
Philadelphia Celebrates World Refugee DayPhiladelphia marked World Refugee Day with a celebration at City Hall Saturday afternoon.
New Poll Takes Snapshot Of Mood On RefugeesQuinnipiac University's Polling Institute took the temperature of more than 1,100 registered voters across the country last week.
Extensive Screening Process For Syrian Refugees Coming To U.S.Fear over the US' acceptance of more Syrian refugees has sparked protests and debates across the country. In Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf has said the Commonwealth will continue to welcome them after an extensive screening process.
Expert: U.S. Should Pause The Flow Of RefugeesA Philadelphia-based national security expert says the U.S. should hit the pause button on the flow of Syrian refugees into the country until it gets enough information to properly screen them.
Zeoli Show Log 11.17.15Rich discussed governors refusing to let Syrian refugees in their states, Charlie Sheen being HIV positive and gender neutral toys. Rich spoke with Professor Ilya Somin, a professor at the George Mason University School of Law regarding Syrian refugees at 3:30pm. At 4:45pm, Rich spoke with Gov. Ed Rendell regarding Tom Wolf allowing refugees into Pennsylvania. At 5:20pm, Rich spoke with Scott Burris, the Director of the Center for Health Law, Policy and Practice and a professor at Temple University's Beasley School of Law regarding if Charlie Sheen could be sued by his exes.
Christie To Obama: No Syrian Refugees In NJChris Christie's campaign statements have now become official state policy in New Jersey. The Governor has fired off a letter to the White House, informing President Obama the Garden State will not accept Syrian civil war refugees.