Supreme Court Takes Up New Jersey Sports Betting CaseA win for the Garden State could expand sports betting, which is only legal in four states, to a dozen more, including Pennsylvania.
Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On Partisan RedistrictingThis term, the U.S. Supreme Court will deal with religious freedom, employee rights and privacy in the digital age, but their biggest issue will be redistricting or gerrymandering.
The Dom Giordano Show: Eric Bolling & David Hardy | June 27Dom discussed the several Supreme Court decisions from yesterday, the next big thing in wrestling: The Progressive Liberal, paying for the first date and proposal for DNA sampling on misdemeanors in PA. At 9:35, Eric Bolling joined discussing his new book 'The Swamp" and his Speaker Series event with Chris Stigall. At 10, David Hardy joined discussing his retirement as the CEO of the Boy's Latin School in Philadelphia.
Rumors Still Swirling Over Whether Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Will Step DownLiberals spent the past few days shaking in their boots over speculation that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is planning to retire.
Supreme Court Rejects Another Call To Decide Whether Americans Have Right To Carry Guns Outside HomesThe justices on Monday left in place an appeals court ruling that upheld the San Diego sheriff's strict limits on issuing permits for concealed weapons.
The Dom Giordano Show: Alexis Miller, Senator Pat Toomey & Lou Dobbs | June 26Dom discussed the new Republican health care bill, tipping more on feel-good stories, New Jersey school curriculum on interactions with Police,attempting to curb panhandling in Philadelphia and the Supreme Court hearing the case on President Trump's travel ban. At 10, Alexis Miller of Black Lives Matter joined discussing a curriculum in schools on interactions with Police. At 10:45, Senator Pat Toomey joined discussing the Republican health care bill. At 11, Fox Business Network's Lou Dobbs joined discussing his latest book 'Putin's Gambit."
Supreme Court Allows Parts Of Trump's Travel Ban To Go Into EffectThe court is allowing the ban to go into effect for foreign nationals who lack any "bonafide relationship with any person or entity in the United States."
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | June 20Chris talks about today's Special Election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District, a Supreme Court decision denying trademark protection of terms that denigrate the living or deceased, the U2 concert in Philadelphia Sunday, and freedom of speech on the radio. Chris talks to Bruce Bond, former radio talk show host for WTPA in Harrisburg about his recent departure in light of Trump discussion on air.
Zeoli Show Log 06.19.17On today's show, Rich discussed the Supreme Court's ruling that offensive language is protected by the 1st Amendment, Chuck Todd's claim that Trump's presidency is in peril, and the death of Otto Warmbier, the student held captive in North Korea for 17 months. At 4:20pm, Brian Kilmeade, from Fox & Friends host and NY Times Best Selling Author. At 4:30pm, Robby Soave, an associate editor at Reason.com. At 5:30pm, Zach Greenberg, a Justice Robert H. Jackson Legal Fellow.
Zeoli Show Log 06.05.17On today's show, Rich discussed Saturday's terrorist attack in London, whether or not Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should recuse herself from any case involving Trump's travel ban, and why Rep. Nancy Pelosi is turning to religion. At 4:30pm, New Jersey Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli joins the show to talk about his run for NJ Governor and tomorrow's primary vote.
Zeoli Show Log 04.20.17On this afternoon's show, Rich discussed attacks on freedom of speech at UC Berkely, Fox News cutting ties with Bill O'Reilly, and President Trump's meeting with the Prime Minister of Italy. At 3:30pm Ann Coulter, author of "In Trump We Trust."
Chris Coons On Justice Neil Gorsuch: His Views On Corporations Are 'Troubling'Delaware Senator Chris Coons explains why he voted against the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.
Zeoli Show Log 04.10.17On today's show, Rich discussed Neil Gorsuch being sworn in as an associate justice of the Supreme Court, the potential escalation of action in Syria, and a United Airlines passenger being forcibly removed from an overbooked flight.
Gorsuch Sworn In: Expert Analysis On His Impact On Supreme CourtAt age 49, Justice Neil Gorsuch is expected to have an impact on the court for generations.
Justice Neil Gorsuch Pledges To Be 'Servant' Of ConstitutionThe new justice joined President Donald Trump, members of the nation's high court and his family for a Rose Garden ceremony.