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In the final hour of today's show, Dom welcomes former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams to the Program to discuss the heightened crime in and around Philadelphia. First, Giordano and Williams dissect yesterday's weekly press conference held by current DA Krasner, in which he answered questions as to whether tourists should feel safe coming into the city. Then, Giordano and Williams discuss who's to blame for the heightened violence, debating whether Coronavirus had as much an impact on the spike as the DA sells in his press conferences. Then, Williams offers up his own causalities that have led to the current situation, discussing a deep lack of accountability borne in a lack of prosecutions and radically progressive policies. After playing Dom's Money Melody for the day, Williams returns for further discussion, turning to solutions being employed in other cities that have seen their crime rates decrease. Then, to round out the hour, Dom again asks listeners whether they think the United States should participate in the Beijing Olympics. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's second hour, Dom welcomes good friend and nationally syndicated host Jim Bohannon to the Dom Giordano Program. First, Giordano and Bohannon discuss the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, highlighting a poll that notes a majority of Republicans blame the Japanese for Pearl Harbor, which both consider a ridiculous notion. Then, Giordano and Bohannon discuss the top stories of 2021, underlining many stories that came from the Coronavirus pandemic. In addition, both pontificate on the benefits and negatives of the current political rhetoric, and Jim Bohannon tells who he would award as his Person of the Year. Then, Giordano circles back to local issues, bringing the topic of conversation back to a press conference held yesterday by District Attorney Larry Krasner. Dom's producer Dan plays back clips centered around the issue of straw purchases, chronologically retelling how the rhetoric was framed throughout the presser. Then, Giordano takes callers, asking for notable duos related by blood, and debates whether the United States should appear at the upcoming Beijing Olympics. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing an opinion piece penned by the Inquirer's Editorial Board, in which the group called for organizers to ignore South Philadelphia and Kensington residents and push forward for Safe Injection Sites after NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio pushed through the edict on his way out. Giordano explains his issues with the article, noting how reckless it is, and asks listeners for locations throughout the city that the same ilk would not allow such a site. Then, Giordano and Producer Dan recap yesterday's press conference held by District Attorney Larry Krasner addressing the heightened gun violence, in which he was asked whether or not tourists should be nervous for their safety while holiday shopping. In addition, Giordano talks about a transgendered swimmer who blew away the competition, and asks listeners for a notable duo related by blood. (Photo by Scott Heins/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's third hour, Giordano invites Bradley Lanning onto the show, to discuss why he's chosen to primary Representative Brian Fitzpatrick in the first district in the upcoming election. First, Lanning explains the concept and the mission of the America First Party, which has thrown their support behind Lanning. Lanning explains that America First is very self-explanatory, noting that the primary goal is to prioritize the needs of Americans. Giordano asks whether or not this is drawn from stances by the Trump administration, which Lanning affirms, further explaining which policies he'd hope to push for while in office. Lanning also tells why he's running against Fitzpatrick, telling that for far too long, Fitzpatrick, in order to frame himself as a moderate, has voted against conservative causes. Then, Giordano asks about individual issues, gathering Lanning's thoughts on the large infrastructure bill that Fitzpatrick voted for, arguing that while bipartisan is useful, his vote did not make much sense. Then, after playing Dom's movie-themed Money Melody, Giordano welcomes Virginia Jorgensen to the show to discuss a rally today that she organized, focused on the heighted crime on the Temple campus. Jorgensen, who has a daughter at Temple, organized other parents to rally with her to try and bring some sense of safety back to the Temple campus, after another Temple student was murdered on campus last week. Jorgensen explains what the parents have spoken out about, focusing on the Temple and Philadelphia police, which urges Giordano to question why the court system nor Larry Krasner have been considered at fault for the heightened crime. Also, Jorgensen explains what change has already been enacted after working with the TUPD, and tells as a mother whether she's comfortable with her daughter continuing attendance at the University. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing the Tweetstorm that he received over the weekend after announcing his 2021 Local Person of the Year, Dr. David Damsker. Dom responds to the online critics, specifically discussing a Tweet sent by a columnist that writes for the same local paper. Giordano then discusses developments centered on Dr. Damsker and Bucks County, telling of an investigation by the Bucks County Courier Times that exposes emails sent by the state toward Bucks County dictating which mandates to enforce. Then, Giordano discusses the emergence of Gardner Minshew after a successful outing as the Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback yesterday. After announcing the side topic centered around Minshew, Dom turns back toward more serious issues, discussing a rally on Temple's campus featuring parents protesting against the lack of safety on campus, after another student was recently murdered. Then, after debating whether chips or pretzels are the better snack food, Giordano moves into a conversation about a potential rebirth of a mandatory draft. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dom leads off the second hour of today's show by picking up the conversation centered on the push to add women to the military draft. Dom takes callers, including a woman who was a voluntary service member, who asks why this is even a topic of discussion in the political realm. Giordano explains that this is a purely political move, mostly because a mandatory draft is not even on the radar. Then, Giordano welcomes famed Philadelphia sportswriter Ray Didinger to the show. Every week, Didinger joins the Program to run down the most recent Eagles game. This week, Didinger and Giordano recap yesterday's win over the Jets, with the most pressing topic becoming a new QB controversy bubbling after a great outing by backup quarterback Gardner Minshew. Ray offers his thoughts on the controversy, discussing whether Minshew should retain the starting job once Hurts is healthy enough to play in the eyes of the front office. Didinger explains that he thinks the Philadelphia fan base should take a few breaths before charging full bore toward another controversy, after seeing how a similar debate tore apart the Wentz and Foles locker room. Then, Giordano asks about the Eagles receiving options with Dallas Goedert emerging as a true weapon, and Ray and Dom debate whether Hurts could gain anything from Minshew's fruitful appearance. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's final hour, Dom Giordano announces his 2021 Local Person of the Year after a week-long event in which he asked for listeners to both nominate and vote on who they believe deserve the title. After tabulating the votes, it was determined that Dr. David Damsker would be awarded the Local Person of the Year, but regrettably due to politics, Dr. Damsker was unable to join the Dom Giordano Program to accept the award. Giordano plays back clips of Dr. Damsker, further explaining reasons behind the nomination and award, and tells how notable the other nominees were, reflecting upon the years of Edward Durr, Steve Keeley, and Clarice Schillinger. Then, after playing his Money Melody for the day, Giordano moves into a discussion about the political scene both nationally and locally, discussing the chances of Dr. Oz in the Senate race and other Republicans who have thrown their hat into the ring. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's second hour, Dom Giordano leads off by continuing the conversation from last hour, asking listeners whether or not they believe parents should be charged for the actions of their children after charges were announced for the parents of the perpetrator in a school shooting in Michigan. Callers offer their opinion, including parents who teach firearm safety to their children, and debate with Dom whether parents are at fault for a situation such as the one we saw unfold. Then, Dr. Nicole Saphier of Fox News, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program. First, Dom asks her about her successful book, Panic Attack: Playing Politics with Science in the Fight Against COVID-19, bringing in current events, asking the Doctor how she would deal with Omicron if she were in Dr. Fauci's role. Dr. Saphier tells of her strategy, stressing the importance in transparency and science when announcing and determining solutions for public safety. Then, Giordano and Dr. Saphier get into a conversation discussing whether children should get the vaccination, to which Dr. Saphier offers both the pros and cons of vaccinating children. Then, New Jersey Representative Erik Peterson rejoins the Dom Giordano Program, to discuss his headline-making move yesterday in Trenton. Yesterday, Peterson and other New Jersey Republicans, made a stand against a Democratic policy that requires all in assembly to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test. Republicans in Trenton marched past New Jersey State Troopers who were checking vaccination status, taking their seats on the floor. Peterson explains why the New Jersey GOP decided to take this course of action, and explains the underlying reasoning behind the protest. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by revealing details surrounding a shooting on Roosevelt Boulevard, in which a group of assailants opened fire on another car after rear-ending the vehicle. Giordano discusses the climate that has taken over the city, asking listeners how they would respond if they were rear-ended in Philadelphia. Then, Dom reflects on his interview with Dr. Oz, forecasting whether he believes the TV mogul will have a chance in the Pennsylvania Senate race, and reveals that Dr. Oz is a big basketball fan, suggesting that the two should face off in a 1-on-1 basketball game. After that, news breaks surrounding the school shooting in Michigan. Dom plays back a clip of Oakland County, Mi. prosecutor Karen McDonald announcing charges brought on both the shooter and his parents, in which she tells why the parents have been charged with involuntary manslaughter. Dom is in favor of charging parents for the actions of their children, but producer Dan brings a caveat to the table, and listeners chime in. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John McNesby, President of FOP Lodge 5, Philadelphia's police union, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to update the audience on the status of an off-duty police officer who was shot after honking his horn at a person who had double parked. McNesby tells that the officer was able to heroically drive himself to Temple University hospital, and started providing details of the incident during a time many would be paralyzed by shock. Then, Giordano asks McNesby for his thoughts on the rampant crime in Philadelphia, asking him for his underlying causes behind the situation, which McNesby, similarly to McSwain, chalks up to a lack of accountability wrought on by progressive policies pushed by Mayor Kenney and DA Krasner. Then, Beth Ann Rosica, executive director of Back to School PA, Clarice Schillinger's group, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program for some concerning news out of Montgomery County. Rosica announces that it has come to the group's attention that Montgomery County is teetering on the decision to close in-person education and instead revert to virtual learning due to positive cases in schools. Beth tells Giordano about how the group uncovered this consideration, and explains whether this is a county-wide issue or just one particular school district. Then, Rosica tells what parents could do in an effort to prevent schools from closing up again, calling on parents to contact commissioners and administrators to make it clear that this option should not be considered. For more information on Back to School PA, head to BackToSchoolPA.com. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, a long stay in everybody's living rooms, has officially thrown his hat into the ring for the upcoming Senate race for Senator Pat Toomey's vacated seat, and joins the Dom Giordano Program. First, Giordano asks for Dr. Oz's mission statement, wondering why he's chosen to depart from his incredibly successful television career to enter the world of politics. Dr. Oz explains that he's getting involved because we have a country in crisis, and sees deep seated issues particularly with Coronavirus and China. Then, Giordano presses Dr. Oz on the residency issue that's become the number one talking point around Dr. Oz's run, asking him whether he still resides in New Jersey and whether he should be considered eligible for the run. After receiving an explanation, Giordano asks Dr. Oz what he assesses as the number one problems in and around Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, which Dr. Oz explains as the issue of safety, as he sees rampant crime all over the area. Also, Dr. Oz comments on the situation unfolding in school board meetings and clarifies his stance on Critical Race Theory, and tells why issues concerning China are a large portion of his platform. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Time) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom Giordano lead off the Dom Giordano program by first previewing tonight's special centered around his nominees for Local Person of the Year, then quickly shifts into a conversation about the high crime in and around Philadelphia. First, Dom reveals developing details around the murder of another Temple student, a topic that took over much of yesterday's show, telling that the alleged perpetrator has turned himself in. Giordano plays back clips from Mayor Kenney, who blamed the rising violence after the shooting of an off-duty officer on gun shows such as the monthly event over in Oaks, PA. Then, Bill McSwain, former United States attorney and Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program for a wide-ranging conversation covering multiple topics. First, Giordano asks McSwain for his thoughts on Mayor Kenney's new angle in pushing back against the rampant crime, blaming gun shows and asking for federal help in controlling guns, rather than looking within at the policies enacted by his administration. McSwain takes us inside what it was like working with the Kenney administration, and tells that accountability and deterrence are the two biggest issues the city faces concerning crime, an attitude which was brought forth by Kenney and District Attorney Krasner policies. Then, McSwain and Giordano pontificate why the mainstream media within Philadelphia refuse to hold Krasner accountable for what's lead to the climate in the city. Then, Giordano switches over to state-wide issues, discussing planned raises given to state lawmakers which McSwain is against, and the issue of energy production in the state of Pennsylvania. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Marty Makary, a trailblazer on all things Coronavirus, joins Dom Giordano to lead off the third hour of the Dom Giordano Program. First, Giordano asks Dr. Makary for his thoughts on Dr. Anthony Fauci's comments over the weekend, in which proclaimed, “I am science.” Makary tells why uttering such a phrase is detrimental to the cause, and offers evidence that Dr. Fauci is not “science,” but instead a scientific mind that also has faults. Makary offers his thoughts about the new variant, Omicron, that first showed in South Africa, explaining that it's incredibly contagious but thankfully, it's currently only showing mild symptoms. Then, Giordano asks Makary for an update on natural and herd immunity, a portion of the pandemic that seems to have fallen out of the debate, asking whether we will or have reached what was initially the end goal for the pandemic. Then, after Dom offers his Money Melody for the day, he moves back into the national sphere of politics, playing back Jim Cramer on his CNBC show suggesting that the military should take over and run a national vaccine mandate. Dom explains why this is such a radical and ridiculous suggestion, asking whether people like Cramer recognize that they are welcoming in authoritarianism. Also, Giordano reveals a statement released by District Attorney Krasner regarding the Temple murder, and discusses with listeners potential replaces for Brian Fitzpatrick. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for HBO) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rich Pruett returns to the Dom Giordano Program, with a very special announcement. In the first hour, Giordano revealed that Bradley Lanning has entered into the Congressional ring as a Republican opponent to Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick. Pruett announces that his wife, Dasha Pruett who ran in the last election for another congressional seat in Pennsylvania, will be running again in the upcoming election, this time against Congressman Fitzpatrick in the first district. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ralph Cipriano, owner of BigTrial.net, joins Dom to lead off the Dom Giordano Program's second hour, to discuss an expose concerning a murder on Temple's campus over the long weekend. Cipriano uncovered that the alleged assailant, Latif Williams, was a repeat offender, last arrested on August 14th and charged with 8 crimes. In his BigTrial.net piece, Cipriano writes that, after having his bail reduced, DA Larry Krasner filed no appeal, essentially allowing Williams to become a free man and granting him the ability to commit this murder. Ralph and Dom discuss the underlying causes of the rise in violence, and reason how we as a city can pull ourselves out of the situation in which we currently find ourselves. Then, Rich Pruett returns to the Dom Giordano Program, with a very special announcement. In the first hour, Giordano revealed that Bradley Lanning has entered into the Congressional ring as a Republican opponent to Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick. Pruett announces that his wife, Dasha Pruett who ran in the last election for another congressional seat in Pennsylvania, will be running again in the upcoming election, this time against Congressman Fitzpatrick in the first district. Then, producer Dan takes over for Dan Time with Dom, and he and Giordano discuss Cuomo's CNN departure and upcoming television shows. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom Giordano leads off the Dom Show by discussing revelations surrounding the suspect in the murder of a 21-year old Temple University student over the long holiday weekend. According to Ralph Cipriano of BigTrial.net, suspect Latif Williams was arrested on August 14th and charged with 8 crimes. Allegedly, after having bail set at $200,000, a municipal court judge lowered the bail for Williams to an unsecured $200,000, meaning that the culprit would not have to pay to stay out of jail. DA Larry Krasner filed no appeal, and because of this, Williams was a free man able to commit such a heinous crime. Giordano ties it to other crimes in Philadelphia, and notes that this is just one example of the horrible policies of the Krasner administration biting the citizens of Philadelphia again. Then, Giordano brings the discussion to a national scope, discussing the potential nominees for a presidential run in 2024 after Vice President Harris and President Biden's approval rating continue to plummet. Then, Giordano returns to the local stage to discuss the recent voting history of Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, which Dom has taken umbrage with, particularly his vote in favor of the ‘bipartisan' infrastructure bill, and tells of Bradley Lanning, an entrant into the congressional race as a Republican opponent to Fitzpatrick. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's third hour, Dom leads off by offering his support for the decision by the city of Camden to rename the Woodrow Wilson school. Giordano notes that this is indeed a departure from his usual stance on re-naming statues and buildings, but explains that, in this case, he supports the decision to move away from Wilson. Then, Dom plays his Money Melody for the day, today for a $25 gift card to Boston Market. After that, Steve Feldman, head of the Philadelphia chapter of Zionists of America, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to reveal a small factoid about Mayor Kenney. After Mayor Kenney's standing in solitary with Palestine, Philadelphia becomes only the 4th American city in which leadership has supported the country at war with Israel. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
To lead of today's second hour, Dom announces his 2021 National Person of the Year, Mr. Mike Rowe. Dom explains that he chose Mike because of his continued diligence in promoting the value of hard work through blue-collar work. Rowe joins the Dom Giordano Program to receive the recognition, and tells why he continues to hone in on the importance of hard work. Rowe tells us about his mikeroweWORKS Foundation, which awards a scholarship to students who understand the importance of work ethic, personal responsibility, delayed gratification, and a positive attitude. Rowe gives his thoughts on the changing dynamic about workers vs. employers, and offers his opinion as to how we can further raise awareness and appropriately recognize those who do society's tough work. For more from Mike, go to mikeroweWORKS.org. Then, Ray Didinger, famed broadcaster and Philadelphia sportswriter, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to break down the Eagles abysmal performance yesterday against the New York Giants. After a low scoring defensive affair that played out mostly on the ground, the Eagles fell short after a Jalen Reagor drop that would've sealed the win for the Eagles in a last-minute drive. First, Giordano and Didinger discuss the chances for a potential playoff berth, something that seemed attainable prior to the weekend. Then, Giordano and Didinger discuss the value of Center Jason Kelce, who Didinger thinks is the most valuable player on the entire roster, as proven by the decrease in efficiency after a short injury during the Giants game. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom leads off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing the continued rash of crime that we've seen unfold here in Philadelphia this weekend before jumping into national politics, discussing the heightened concern surrounding the new Omicron variant of Coronavirus. Giordano previews and recaps a Joe Biden press conference in which he addressed said concern, playing back clips of the President who noted that we need to approach this with concern rather than panic. Then, Giordano plays back clips from Anthony Fauci over the weekend, who laughed when pressed on investigations concerning the origin of the virus. Then, Tony Kinnett returns to the Dom Giordano Program. Mr. Kinnett, Executive Director of Chalkboard Review, is a science curriculum consultant in the Indianapolis Public School system who received a suspension after calling attention to the seeping of Critical Race Theory into Indianapolis public curriculum. Kinnett explains the situation that got him into hot water with his bosses, explaining the radical political stances of administrators openly propagated by the school district. Then, Kinnett updates the audience as to whether he expects to get his job back, and tells the legal course he plans to pursue if he is not reinstated. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's second hour, two very special guests join the Dom Giordano Program. Back on December 9th, 1981, Officer Daniel Faulkner was murdered by political activist Mumia Abu-Jamaal. For the past 40 years, Mumia supporters have tried to get Abu-Jamal released from jail. Coming up on the 40th anniversary, former Philadelphia police officers Gary Bell and Ed Frederick join the program. Both Gary and Ed were close friends with late Faulkner, and join to reflect upon the anniversary of the passing of their friend. First, Bell takes us to the day of Faulkner's passing, laying the setting for the fateful night. Bell, Faulkner's ride-along partner for years leading up to the passing, tells that Faulkner was on patrol with the police spread thin that night, and he heard and rushed to the hospital. Frederick tells the story of hearing about the passing from his point of view, and takes us through what it felt like to lose his close friend and co-worker. Then, Dom offers his list of the top 10 guests he would like Dan to book for the Dom Giordano Program in 2022, including Tom Jones, Howard Stern, and some local politicians. In addition, Neal Zoren returns to the show to tell us why Yellowstone has gained an incredible following after 4 seasons of being on television. (Photo by Jeff Fusco/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom Giordano leads off black Friday by asking listeners for what they believe to be the best bargains of all time. Then, Giordano moves into a discussion of crime, highlighting a Tweet by Fox29's Steve Keeley, calling attention to the Dallas crime and homicide rate. Dallas, a city of comparable size to Philadelphia, has seen crime decrease while we in Philadelphia have seen record-setting crime numbers. Giordano and producer Dan discuss the underlying reasons for this, and ask how the Mayor and DA can argue that the pandemic and guns are at fault for the rash of violence, while a state that has less strict gun and COVID laws have seen a decrease. Then, Alan Dershowitz rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss the result of the Ahmaud Arbery case, in which all three assailants were determined guilty of felony murder and multiple other counts. First, Dershowitz tells of when he was scolded in Martha's Vineyard by Larry David, telling his regret of falling out of a relationship with somebody he used to consider a close friend. Then, Dershowitz gives his thoughts on the trial, and discusses the concept of cancel culture and the changing rhetoric of political discussion. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pennsylvania State Representative Martina White joins the Dom Goirdano Program to lead off the third hour to respond to a press conference held earlier today, in which Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney tried passing off the blame of heightened crime and gun violence onto state Republicans. White tells why she counters Mayor Kenney's words, explaining the problems that are rife within the city of Philadelphia. Also, Martina reveals to Giordano that she did not receive an invite to the press conference, and explains that state Republicans are willing to work with Philadelphia politicians. Then, Giordano moves back to a conversation centered around the result of the Ahmaud Arbery case, in which all 3 perpetrators were charged with felony murder. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dom Giordano returns for the second hour joined by Fox 29 ace reporter Steve Keeley, with commentary on the homicide rate in Philadelphia following a Jim Kenney press conference. Keeley tells Dom about crimes throughout the city, and tells of past reporting at convention in Oaks, PA after the Philadelphia Mayor targeted their monthly gun show as an underlying cause for the violence in Philadelphia. Then, Keeley tells who he would invite to his Thanksgiving Day celebration in accordance with the side question with the day. After Steve, Dom remains on the topic of crime in Philadelphia, continuing the conversation with callers about Kenney's press conference concerning the topic held earlier today. Then, news breaks surrounding the trial of Ahmaud Arbery, a black gentleman who was murdered while jogging in Georgia. Jurors found Travis McMichael, his father Greg, and their neighbor William Bryan guilty of felony murder, and Dom explains his excitement that the Arbery family received justice. Giordano then discusses the media climate surrounding the Arbery trial, and explains and draws comparisons between this trial and the Kyle Rittenhouse trial of last week. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for MoveOn) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom leads off the Dom Giordano Program by recapping the press conference held on guns and the rise in violence here in Philadelphia, with Mayor Kenney blaming greed, the media, guns and Coronavirus for the virus rather than accepting any accountability himself. Then, Giordano focuses on one particular victim of Mayor Kenney's flailing blame, that being the town of Oaks, PA, which hosts a monthly gun show. Kenney and President of City Council Darrell Clarke seemingly attempt to reframe the debate and blame away from Philadelphia, arguing in the press conference that State legislation is at fault for the rise in crime in Philadelphia, which Dom rebukes. Then, Congressman Jim Jordan returns to the Dom Giordano Program, a day after releasing his brand new book, Do What You Said You Would Do: Fighting For Freedom In The Swamp. In the new book, Jordan offers a first-hand account of Capitol Hill during the Trump presidency, after becoming one of the loudest and strongest conservative voices in Congress during the former President's time in office. Jordan reveals to Giordano the meaning behind the title of the book, in which Jordan explains that there are far too many in Washington who do not live by their word. Also, Jordan offers his thought on inflation under the Biden administration, and offers who he'd invite to his Thanksgiving dinner if given the choice of any person through history. (Photo by Susan Walsh-Pool/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
To lead off today's third hour, Dom Giordano focuses on an issue playing out in San Francisco, as local authorities try and combat a rise in mass organized robbery. First, Giordano discusses the lexicon surrounding terms used to describe the incident, playing back a clip from Los Angeles's ABC station, in which they took time to clarify why the robbers should not be referred to as ‘looters.' Dom takes umbrage with the report, telling the words we use should not be the top priority in reporting the incident. Then, Giordano switches back to his criticism of local universities who continue to protest the national anthem. After that, Giordano heads back to a conversation centered around the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, playing back a clip of Stephen Colbert suggesting that we change the law since Rittenhouse was found innocent. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bill Donohue, President of the Catholic League, joins the Dom Giordano Program to lead off the second hour. First, Donohue and Giordano discuss a column that Donohue penned focusing on Biden's treatment of gender equity while in office, writing about Biden's proposed ‘National Strategy on Gender Equity and Equality.' Donohue writes that the new document is the most sexist statement ever written by a presidential administration. Donohue throughout the column stresses the importance of masculinity, and expounds on the issue to Dom Giordano. Then, Giordano asks for Donohue's thoughts on whether Biden should be able to receive communion based on his continued pro-abortion stance. Finally, Giordano and Donohue discuss his new book, The Truth About Clergy Sexual Abuse: Clarifying the Facts and the Causes, which focuses on the sexual abuse within the Catholic church, explaining underlying causes that lead to the controversy. Then, Giordano delves into the Tucker Carlson interview with Kyle Rittenhouse yesterday, playing back clips from the interview. First, Giordano focuses on comments made by Rittenhouse about famed attorney Lin Wood, who Rittenhouse alleges took close to $2 million after raising funds for bail. Then, Giordano discusses how the trial was framed, bringing forward Rittenhouse's comments about the trial framed through the lens of race. In addition, Giordano asks listeners who they would like to see interview Kyle Rittenhouse, and producer Dan plays back clips of UK leader Boris Johnson, who discusses policy through the world of Peppa Pig. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom leads off the Dom Giordano Program by ranting against the continued rise in crime after District Attorney Larry Krasner broke down while announcing the passing of both a pregnant woman and her child after being shot in Philadelphia. Giordano plays back the clip of Krasner in yesterday's press conference, and wonders where the tears come from. Giordano and producer Dan make note of the impact of such a horrific crime, but Giordano suggests that Krasner still refuses to feel the negative impact that his radical policies have had on Philadelphia. Then, Giordano brings the discussion back to a common theme throughout the week, that being national anthem protests, after a Penn assistant coach penned a column justifying the teams decision to continue protesting through the anthem. Giordano tells of James Maguire, head of the Maguire Foundation, who noted in an Inquirer story that he will withhold funding from local universities if they choose to protest the anthem. Then, Speaker Newt Gingrich returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss and promote his new book, Beyond Biden: Rebuilding the America We Love. First, Gingrich tells why Biden's presidency is a detour rather than a sharp turn, explaining that people will demand bold change, returning us to our true values as a country. Then, Giordano asks Gingrich about his ‘Contract with America' that he produced while in office, which was an agenda advocated by conservatives hoping to preserve traditionalism, and how those values could be propagated in today's political environment. (Photo by Scott Heins/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom led off the show by discussing the continued rash of crime in and around Philadelphia, revealing and discussing disgusting crimes that unfolded over the weekend, including the murder of a pregnant woman, an Uber driver who defended himself from carjackers, and a man dragged for a block by a car. Giordano calls into question the leadership of Philadelphia, asking why Mayor Kenney and District Attorney Krasner continue to allow such horrible things happen on their watch. Then, Giordano turns to the horrific events that occurred in Waukesha, Wisconsin, in which 5 were killed and 40 others injured after an SUV ran through a Christmas parade. The alleged assailant, 39-year-old Darrell Brooks, is a repeat offender, which causes Dom to draw comparisons between the horrible events and crimes by repeat offenders here in Philadelphia. Then, Giordano reveals the results of a Supreme Court case that has been often discussed on the show. Back in June, the Supreme Court struck down a Philadelphia city decision to terminate a contract with a Catholic foster organization over their refusal to consider same-sex couples as potential parents. The decision sent the case back down to appellate court, and news broke during the show that Philadelphia has agreed to pay $2 million in legal fees and renew the organizations contract with the city. In addition, Giordano discusses comments made by Celtics Center Enes Kanter, who called out LeBron James and Michael Jordan for bending a knee to China over the weekend. (Photo by Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's second hour, Pastor Bill Devlin of Octane Faith returns to the Dom Giordano Program to reveal his purchase of an orphanage in Nigeria. Devlin has become a regular guest throughout the pandemic, helping listeners to find religious exemptions from vaccine mandates, and sent an update email over to the staff that revealed the purchase. Devlin joins the Program to reveal the details of the purchase, and tells what he's doing worldwide to help others. Then, after Devlin, Giordano moves over into a discussion about LeBron James, who got into a scuffle over the weekend with the Piston's Isaiah Stewart. Also, Giordano reveals that today is the 48th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and previews an exclusive interview between Tucker Carlson and Kyle Rittenhouse, who was found not guilty in a self-defense suit that made national headlines last week. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Donald Trump Jr. returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss a new book that his father is releasing through their new publishing house, Our Journey Together, which is releasing next month. The new book, which features hundreds of photographs from his administration, will also feature handwritten captions written by the former President himself, highlighting moments during his time in office. Also, Trump Jr comments on current events unfolding throughout the country, including the result of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and the continued censoring of conservatives on social media. Then, Giordano and producer Dan offer up their Money Melody of the day, asking listeners to identify a song from less than 3 seconds of a sound bite. Then, after that, Pennsylvania senate candidate Kathy Barnette rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss an article she penned for Townhall arguing why the current rash of inflation is not transitory as the Biden administration would like one to believe. (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dom Giordano, WPHT host and former teacher, has dedicated much of his daily show toward parents who are taking it into their own hands to push back against school boards that have a negative impact on their children. This has culminated in a weekly podcast on education, Readin', Writin', and Reason, which has allowed wonderful relationships to develop between Giordano, educators, and parents throughout the country who are speaking out against overbearing school boards. This week, Dom is first joined by Broad+Liberty reporter Todd Shepherd, to discuss a fantastic investigation into the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program in the Bensalem school district. In his piece, Shepherd uncovered that the Bensalem Township School District paid a consulting firm over $100,000 to a consulting firm for an ‘Equity Review,' in effort to develop a plan alongside the districts new DEI committee. Todd takes us through what he discovered, and gives us a temperature of the town of Bensalem, explaining what has led to the decision to implement such a committee. Then, Pennsbury parents Simon Campbell and Tim Daly return to the podcast. Both join to reveal an injunction granted by a federal judge, which invalidates the Pennsbury school board from utilizing policy 903 to silence public comment. For a long time now on the Dom Giordano Program and Readin' Writin' and Reason, Dom has played clips of contentious debate between Campbell, Daly, and Pennsbury's solicitor, who has repeatedly silenced parents during the open comment portion of school board meetings. Tim Daly takes us into the behind-the-scenes of the school board meetings and conversations he's had with the solicitor, and tells why he decided pursue legal paths to push back against the repeated silencing by the school board. Then, Simon Campbell explains that Policy 903 was written from a template used all over the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, provided by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association, explaining that this legal decision could have effect for other overbearing school boards throughout the State. Finally, Ramona Bessinger pops in for a quick chat, after making national headlines for speaking out about the ways that themes from Critical Race Theory are being snuck into public curricula, after seeing a radical shift play out as a public school teacher. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fresh off the verdict of not guilty on all counts in the Kyle Rittenhouse scandal, famed legal analyst, Professor Alan Dershowitz, returns to the Dom Giordano Program. Dershowitz, who has served on the defense teams in multiple high profile cases, offers his in-depth analysis on the outcome of the article. Also, Giordano and Dershowitz discuss the media response to the trial, and predict how the Left will react after viewing the trial through an overly-biased lens. (Photo by Sean Krajacic - Pool/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's third hour of the Dom Giordano Program, Dom leads off by discussing the 2-year anniversary of Coronavirus and asks listeners what they plan to discuss around the Thanksgiving table. Giordano reveals a common theme from the past decade, in which media outlets send out marching orders for how to navigate tough issues when brought up at Thanksgiving. Then, before offering today's Money Melody, Dom takes a call from a listener who would like to hear more accountability for SEPTA Chief Thomas Nestel after repeated instances of violence on local public transit. In addition, Giordano brings back into discussion a column penned by a Penn basketball assistant coach that attempts to justify why the basketball team continues to protest the anthem. Also, Giordano offers his thoughts on the potential for a military draft, and whether women should be considered if a draft were enacted. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour of today's Dom Giordano Program, Pennsbury parents Simon Campbell and Tim Daly join to reveal an injunction granted by a federal judge, which invalidates the Pennsbury school board from utilizing policy 903 to silence public comment. For a long time now on the Dom Giordano Program, Dom has played clips of contentious debate between Campbell, Daly, and Pennsbury's solicitor, who has repeatedly silenced parents during the open comment portion of school board meetings. Tim Daly takes us into the behind-the-scenes of the school board meetings and conversations he's had with the solicitor, and tells why he decided pursue legal paths to push back against the repeated silencing by the school board. Then, Simon Campbell explains that Policy 903 was written from a template used all over the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, provided by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association, explaining that this legal decision could have effect for other overbearing school boards throughout the State. After getting off the phone with Campbell and Daly, Giordano receives a call from Joan Cullen, the Vice President of the Pennridge School Board. Giordano was hoping to speak with Cullen, as he looks to her as a school administrator who has taken a very measured approach to dealing with angry parents and gruff about mandates. Cullen reveals what her district is planning to do once on December 4th once the statewide masking order expires. Then, Lou Dobbs, a longtime mainstay on Fox News, joins the Dom Giordano Program to announce that he's back, now with a great new podcast titled The Great America Show, which can be found LouDobbs.com. First, Dobbs reveals the mission statement behind the new podcast, telling that he hopes to feature others who are passionate for our country. Then, Dobbs and Giordano discuss the changing landscape of political rhetoric and why Dobbs felt he still needed to get his voice out there, and discuss individual topics playing out in the political sphere, including strife at school board meetings and whether Trump will throw his hat back into the ring. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom Giordano leads off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing another attack in SEPTA against a group of Asian-American students caught on video that has since went viral. Philadelphia Councilman David Oh joins Dom to lead off and gives his thoughts on the situation, and updates the intricacies of the story, which he's followed very closely. Oh reveals that this is a repeated incident, with the perpetrator assaulting the same group of students in the past, and tells how much he wishes leadership would step in and actually help to find a solution to this rising wave of crime. Oh tells Giordano what he hopes changes here in the city and explains what he's doing to help usher in said change, and tells listeners the history of anti-Asian hate in Philadelphia and around the country that's left forgotten. Then, after Councilman Oh, Giordano opens up the discussion a bit, asking why those on the Left continue to turn a blind eye to hate crimes against Asians. Dom pontificates that, because it goes against everything within their narrative about minorities and meritocracies, those on the Left have to scramble to justify anti-Asian rhetoric. Then, Giordano announces that we just passed the two-year anniversary of the Coronavirus pandemic, and asks listeners what their biggest takeaways from the past two years have been. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour, Fox News legal analyst Andy McCarthy hops onto the Dom Giordano Program to break down updates in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Earlier today, the defense filed a second motion for a mistrial centered on a piece of evidence in the trial, being a video of drone footage used as evidence. McCarthy explains that the defense allegedly didn't receive the particular piece of evidence prior to it being slipped into the docket, which would be a violation. Also, McCarthy breaks down the trial itself, forecasting the jury's verdict in the trial, pointing to questions by the jury that may tip their hand in a potential decision. Then, Giordano gets word regarding a lawsuit filed against the Pennsbury School Board concerning freedom of speech, and tells that regular guests Tim Daly and Simon Campbell have received an injunction invalidating Board Policy 903, which Pennsbury's solicitor relied on to silence parents in the district. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's second hour, Giordano leads off by giving more updates in the Rittenhouse trial after the jury sent more questions to the judge concerning rules laid out in determining the verdict. Giordano ties the Rittenhouse scandal back to Philadelphia, bringing back in the story about Penn's basketball team's anthem protest, pointing to the negligence concerning the lack of prosecution for actual criminals that we see here in Philadelphia. Giordano calls attention to Penn's incredible $20+ billion endowment fund, asking whether those who donate agree with the stance portrayed by the basketball team. Then, Ian Smith, owner of the Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, NJ, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program for an update on his continued back and forth with the New Jersey state government. Near the beginning of the pandemic, Smith made national news after refusing to follow Governor Phil Murphy's lockdown order, openly defying orders to close his gym. After the dust has settled, and in following Coronavirus safety guidelines, Ian Smith and Atilis Gym are proud to announce that they've had over 300,000 visitors since reopening after Gov. Murphy ordered the gym to close. Smith tells what he's learned through the entire process and tells of the importance of honesty and transparency from our decision-makers, explaining that businesses need transparency and fact-following to flourish in New Jersey. Smith, who's been levied with charges from the state government for their defiance, updates the court cases centered on the gym, and tells how one can become an attendee of Atilis Gym. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom Giordano led off the Dom Giordano program by introducing what's to come on today's show and recapping what we've learned from the Rittenhouse trial since yesterday's show. Giordano tells his thoughts of the prosecution and previews what could become of the trial, and contemplates whether it is necessary to involve race in the situation. Then, Giordano switches to a local story, discussing an article in the Inquirer that focuses on the Penn basketball team's decision to sit during the national anthem to draw attention to inequities. Giordano explains why he takes umbrage with the actions of the basketball team, telling of a column penned by an assistant coach that blames police for situations such as the killing of Walter Wallace, in which Dom argues could've been prevented if police hands weren't tied. Then, Kevin Mooney, senior investigative reporter with the Commonwealth Foundation, joins the Dom Giordano Program after penning a piece for the Delaware Valley Journal concerning Gov. Wolf's masking mandates. After filing right-to-know requests, Mooney discovered how the administration had coerced local county-level health departments. After shining a microscope on Bucks County masking edicts, Mooney explains that Acting Secretary of Health Allison Beam wrote a label targeting edicts set forth by Bucks Health Director Dr. David Damsker, who approached the virus in a way that unintentionally pushed back against overbearing edicts set forth by the State. Mooney explains the importance of this story, and explains why the court's decision to strike down the mandate is further evidence for the unsettling nature of the discovery. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NJ State Senator Joe Pennacchio joins the Dom Giodano Program to lead off today's third hour, to discuss a bill he has penned that would effectively ban critical race theory in the state of New Jersey. First, Giordano and Pennacchio discuss the concept of critical race theory and the effort to rewrite the narrative of our history, with Pennacchio explaining some of the objectively racist themes within the curricula. Then, Pennacchio updates Giordano on another bill previously discussed on the show, being Pennacchio's push for the legitimacy of other Coronavirus solutions, such as Ivermectin. Then, Anita Edgarian, an Iranian immigrant and mother of three, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program after running for school board in her West Chester school district. Edgarian first joined the show after police removed her from a school board meeting after speaking out against critical race theory. In the incident, school board President Chris McCune left his seat on the stage and forcibly removed Anita's microphone after she called him out for his support of anti-racist teachings. Because of this, Edgarian ran for school board, and while she did not win her election, she did accomplish her ultimate goal, and Chris McCune lost his seat on the school board. Edgarian tells us why she decided to run for school board, and tells whether there has been any movement against critical race theory in her school district. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Todd Shepherd, chief investigator for Broad+Liberty, joins the Dom Giordano Program to lead off the second hour, to discuss a fantastic investigation into the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program in the Bensalem school district. In his piece, Shepherd uncovered that the Bensalem Township School District paid a consulting firm over $100,000 to a consulting firm for an ‘Equity Review,' in effort to develop a plan alongside the districts new DEI committee. Todd takes us through what he discovered, and gives us a temperature of the town of Bensalem, explaining what has led to the decision to implement such a committee. Then, famed attorney Alan Dershowitz rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to offer his thoughts on both the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and the surrender of Steve Bannon for contempt of Congress charges. First, though, today's side topic on the show are trials and court cases that broke through into the realm of national discussion, so Dom asks Dershowitz to take listeners into the OJ Simpson trial, in which he served as part of ‘the Dream Team.' Then, Giordano and Dershowitz switch lanes to the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, with Dershowitz giving his takeaways and issues he has had from the trial. Dershowitz breaks down the horrible prosecution, and tells what he would have done serving on both sides in the trial. (Photo by Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing a situation that is already starting to rear its ugly head again, that being the issue of black ice on Roosevelt Boulevard. 6ABC reported that yesterday, due to icy conditions, 15 to 20 vehicles crashed on the main thoroughfare. Giordano pontificates the reasons behind such danger, bringing it back to the leadership in-and-around Philadelphia, which has repeatedly left easily fixable situations unsolved. Then, Giordano switches over to a national discussion, playing back media reaction to the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and gives his biggest takeaways from the trial so far, including the prosecutor's tendency to rely on virtue signaling as an in-court tactic. After that, former United States Attorney Bill McSwain, a gubernatorial candidate for Pennsylvania, returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss multiple issues in and around the State. First, Giordano and McSwain talk about the issue of rampant political corruption in Philadelphia, after a federal jury convicted union leader John Dougherty and Philadelphia councilman Bobby Henon to conspiracy charges. Giordano and McSwain clarify the former U.S. Attorney's role in the investigation that led to the charges, telling that he made it one of his office's top priorities while he held office. Also, Giordano and McSwain tell what this means for the future of politics here in the city and the region following the indictments. In addition, McSwain comments on the continued silence of Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, and offers his thoughts on the ongoing Kyle Rittenhouse trial. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's third hour, Dom leads off by continuing the conversation centered around the jury's verdict in the conspiracy case involving labor union leader Johnny “Doc” Dougherty and Philadelphia city councilman Bobby Henon. In the decision, jurors found Dougherty guilty on 8 of the 11 charges and decided Henon was guilty on 10 of his 18 charges. Giordano lays out what this means for both Philadelphia politics and business, noting the pull that Johnny Doc had in both industries during his reign of power. The conversation persists through the entire hour, with conversations about Biden's infrastructure bill and other relevant topics sprinkled in. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's second hour, Dom leads off by discussing an interview that Secretary of Treasury Janet Yellen gave over the weekend, in which she suggested a solution to our labor shortages could be by increasing immigration. Dom takes umbrage with the suggestion, revealing a story in which people have alleged parents sending their children to work are supporting child labor. Giordano then plays back another alleged reason for our supply issues, being the racism within the trucking profession. Then, Giordano discusses the success of Paramount's Yellowstone, and whether the success is a reflection of the content of the show, being heavily shrouded in themes of Americanism. Then, halfway through the hour, legendary Philadelphia sports broadcaster Ray Didinger returns to the Dom show to break down yesterday's win over the Denver Broncos. First, Giordano and Didinger lead off by discussing the improvements in coaching we've seen over the season, returning to a critical conversation about head coach Nick Sirianni and defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon, who coached an incredible game against a formidable Broncos coaching staff. Then, Didinger gives his thoughts on quarterback Jalen Hurts, who put up numbers yesterday that nobody would have expected, and the running game which put up over 200 yards in the game. After Didinger, jurors reach a verdict for the corruption case involving union leader John Dougherty and council member Bobby Henon, and Giordano tells listeners what the convictions for both mean for Philadelphia politics. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing the continued increased inflation that we are seeing, telling of gas stations that are closing in on $4 a gallon in and around Philadelphia. Giordano plays back a clip of MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle, who suggests that the rampant inflation is passable since citizens can allegedly afford it. Then, Giordano offers up the question of the day, asking listeners today to give him their favorite all-time catchphrases. After that, Giordano reveals a letter left with one of his sponsors, in which a listener called out his actions during a wedding anniversary with his wife. After that, Giordano and his producer Dan discuss a skit on this weekend's Saturday Night Live, in which Pete Davidson horribly dressed up as Joe Rogan to make a corny joke about Ivermectin. Then, Giordano moves back into the realm of serious discussion, calling out the organization that organizes diversity and inclusion audits for school districts throughout the country. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dom Giordano, WPHT host and former teacher, has dedicated much of his daily show toward parents who are taking it into their own hands to push back against school boards that have a negative impact on their children. This has culminated in a weekly podcast on education, Readin', Writin', and Reason, which has allowed wonderful relationships to develop between Giordano, educators, and parents throughout the country who are speaking out against overbearing school boards. This week, Dom speaks with Kenny Xu, author of the new book, An Inconvenient Minority: The Attack on Asian American Excellence and the Fight for Meritocracy. In the book, Xu, president of Color Us United, writes about the unspoken negative implications of progressive policies such as Critical Race Theory and the effect such proposals would have on the Asian-American community. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the final hour of today's Dom Giordano Program, newly elected New Jersey State Senator Edward Durr joins Giordano for the first time since unseating political powerhouse and State Senate President Steve Sweeney in the recent election. First, Durr thanks Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli who conceded to Governor Phil Murphy after losing the election, telling the Ciattarelli was the opposite of a selfish candidate, helping with Durr's campaign at every turn. Then, Giordano and Durr contemplate the political temperature of South Jersey, with Giordano asking Durr why he believes he won, which he attributes mostly to Gov. Phil Murphy's policies. Also, Durr lays out the roadmap of what he hopes to accomplish in office, discussing both the incredibly high taxes in New Jersey and overbearing Coronavirus edicts set forth by the Murphy administration. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's second hour, Chester County GOP Chairman Dr. Gordon Eck joins Dom Giordano to lead off the show. Dr. Gordon Eck explains that he and the rest of the Chester County Republicans are looking for a deep investigation into problems that have again repeated themselves in the most recent election. Dr. Eck explains that such an investigation is necessary to ensure the validity of the election, and tells what he hopes investigators look at, including regulations and security of different forms of voting. Dr. Eck explains that a broader investigation is necessary, as an investigation in a limited scope would not cover all the alleged issues in Chester County. After that, Giordano plays back a portion of Jack Ciattarelli's concession speech after losing the New Jersey gubernatorial election. In addition, Lou Gaul checks in and takes us to the movies. First, Dom and Gaul discuss the upcoming Amazon Prime Lucille Ball biopic and whether Nicole Kidman is a good casting choice for the iconic comedian. Also, Lou previews films coming out, including a new film centered around the father of Venus and Serena Williams, and the next installment in the Ghostbusters universe. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing the fallout after the fiery testimony in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, playing back Joy Reid yesterday on MSNBC conflating the Rittenhouse trial with critical race theory. Then, Dom brings things local, discussing news from SaveJersey.com's Matt Rooney, who broke yesterday that New Jersey gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli would be ceding from the race after losing in the recent election. After that, Giordano reveals the side question of the day, today asking listeners for a sign of the apocalypse. Then, Giordano takes a call from a caller who claims that Jim Gardner and Angelo Cataldi are egotistical for announcing their retirement 14 months in advance. Dom takes umbrage with the caller, and he and Dan debate the reasoning behind such an announcement. In addition, Giordano discusses comments made by Mike Rowe to Fox News concerning the economic situation we find ourselves in, arguing that the lack of respect toward trade professions has led society to this path. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the final hour of a very special Dom Giordano Program dedicated to Veterans Day, Colonel Allen B. West rejoins the show for an update on his health, his gubernatorial run in Texas, and his memories of serving as a United States Army lieutenant colonel. First, Giordano asks Col. West about the positive Coronavirus diagnosis he received and the treatment he endured, which included both Ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies. Then, Col. West and Giordano hit on politics playing out in Texas as West ramps up his run to become Texas Governor, forecasting who his opponents may be in a primary and general election. After Allen West, Giordano plays his ‘Dom's Money Melody,' in which he asks for listeners to tell him the name of a song to win $100. In addition, Giordano reflects on the news that 6ABC's Jim Gardner will retire at the end of 2022, asking listeners for their favorite local news channel. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
To lead off the second hour, Matt Cahill, founder of Green Star Families, an organization dedicated to recognizing families affected by veteran suicide, joins the Dom Giordano Program. Cahill first explains why he chose a green star as the signifying emblem for those lost to suicide, telling that that color for mental health awareness is green. Cahill explains the underlying reasons for Veteran suicide, and tells whether the withdrawal from Afghanistan has had any effect on the mental health of Veterans. Then, Cahill reveals that the organization has made some waves, with Rep. Jeff Van Drew introducing the bill to Congress. Then, Janaia Nash, a program manager for the Travis Manion Foundation, joins the program to discuss how the foundation helps, and how listeners can get involved in assisting and helping both active and former service members. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, on a very special Veterans Day broadcast, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by reflecting upon yesterday's fiery cross-examination of Kyle Rittenhouse, an 18-year-old in Kenosha, WI who was charged after killing a protestor during the riots that played out after Jacob Blake's murder. Giordano plays back clips from the trial, including the admittance by a key witness that Rittenhouse only fired after the witness drew a gun and approached Rittenhouse. Then, after Giordano gets a tip that Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw may be in consideration for a job in New York City, both debate how one could be considered for such a job after the recent track record here in Philadelphia. Then, due to the occasion, Col. Tom Manion joins the show to explain what Veterans Day means to him. First, Manion and Giordano discuss the significance of today in particular, explaining that for the first time in 20 years, we are celebrating a Veterans Day without an active war. Also, Manion discusses the culmination of his organization centered around his son, Travis, and tells of the relationship he shared with his brothers in arms. (Photo by Sean Krajacic-Pool/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.