Every morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Rich Zeoli gives the expert analysis and humorous take that we need in this crazy political climate. Along with News Anchor Dawn Stensland and Producer Greg Stocker, the Zeoli show is the next generation of talk radio and you can be a part of it weekdays.
In her traditional "America's Mother-in-Law" manner, Elizabeth Warren wants to know "who sits at the table" when negotiating trade policies and remembers her Aunt Bea. Rich imagines Elizabeth Warren on Thanksgiving Day, commenting on who should sit where and sitting with her Aunt Bea in Oklahoma. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)
Rich talks with Former Governor Ed Rendell about the Democratic Debate and questions him about the performance of Joe Biden. Rich also talks with Rendell about the importance of energy jobs to Pennsylvania's economy, as well as Sanders and Warren's views on health care. (Photo by Chris Kleponis/Getty Images)
Rich applauds Bill Maher's stance on the Democratic Party's leaning toward the far-left on issues like healthcare and explains why this will not enable the Democrats to win in Pennsylvania. Rich also comments on Time Magazine and how it has changed as the years have progressed. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
Rich comments on the Democratic Primary Debate, commenting on Joe Biden's teeth malfunction and Beto O'Rourke's idea for a mandatory buyback of AR-15s (7:46). Rich talks with Ed Rendell about his take on the debate and questions him about the chances of Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren winning in Pennsylvania (23:52). Rich comments on Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden's squabbling on stage and Elizabeth Warren's preaching about "who sits at the table" (39:20). Rich explains why he feels schools shouldn't traumatize students with active shooter drills and slams Andrew Yang's "Freedom Dividend." Rich slams Biden's response to a question on reparations (1:23:19) and praises Bill Maher for condemning the left.
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on Joe Biden's response to a question on reparations. The response showed Biden in his rambling glory, and Rich spares no time mocking Biden's illogical answer. Rich also comments on Bernie Sanders' battle with Biden on-stage and Elizabeth Warren's scolding. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)
Rich comments on John Bolton's departure and explains why regime change does not work (4:01). Rich talks about the three-way clash he expects to take place during tonight's Democratic debate (36:58) and explains why candidates such as Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar don't stand a chance. Rich talks extensively about Donald Trump's proposal to ban E-Cigarettes (54:48) and explains why Trump is tackling this issue in the first place. Rich takes your calls on the subject (1:10:42). Rich rejoices when he finds out George Stephanopoulos is the debate moderator tonight (1:55:30) and laughs at Nancy "The Vampiric One" Pelosi's temper tantrum when she is confronted on gun control (2:03:44).
Rich has several questions he would like to see the Democrats asked, with the biggest one being how they intend to stop climate change if they are not prepared to enforce tariffs on the other countries that are polluting. Rich argues how foreign policy is a key matter in their climate change battle.
Rich comments on Ben and Jerry's political dreams and points out the hypocrisy of Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen for supporting Bernie Sanders and his socialist policies. While Cohen supports socialism and tax cuts, Rich points out how Ben & Jerry's is a major brand that was bought out for millions. Plus, Katie joins Rich for a chat and Dawn and Greg offer debate predictions. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Rich explains why Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders are in a three-way conflict for the front-runner spot in the Democratic race. Rich names the candidate he thinks will get the nomination and also explains why the other candidates appearing during the debate will have no shot at winning. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on Donald Trump's idea to ban e-cigarettes. Rich explains why bans do not work and also tries to figure out what variation of a ban on e-cigarettes would work best. Rich also takes your calls on the subject. Plus, more debate commentary and predictions.
Rich explains why Republican Greg Murphy winning the North Carolina special election is a sign that Donald Trump may win the 2020 election (12:50). Rich explains why the election was so close and later talks with William H. Groner about the plight of the 9/11 first responders (41:57). Rich discussed the importance of the Supreme Court in the election (1:11:12) and comments on Tulsi Gabbard's stance against open borders (1:26:20). Rich talks with his father Tony about the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and how it impacted his life (1:33:23). Plus, Rich chasts with Kayleigh McEnany about the President's support (2:05:21).
Rich talks with Kayleigh McEnany about the Republican victory in North Carolina and explains why Donald Trump was able to transfer his support to another candidate running for office. Rich also talks with Kayleigh about the upcoming debate and what the candidates' hard-left leanings will mean for the 2020 election. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Rich talks with attorney William H. Groner, author of 9/12: The Epic Battle of the Ground Zero Responders to discuss the legal battle Groner and the first responders fought against New York City over the health problems they faced in the aftermath. Groner also reflects on the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Rich's father, Tony Zeoli, discusses the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and his involvement with the 9/11 Cops Association. Tony comments on the camaraderie the recovery team share and also talks about his book, Rising From The Ashes: The True Story of 9/11 and Recovery Team Romeo.
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on John Bolton's departure from his role as National Security Adviser and explains why he thinks Bolton is leaving. Rich also shares his theory about Chris Cuomo's rage and talks with Kayleigh McEnany about the upcoming debate. Plus, Rich and his father remember the events of September 11, 2001. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Rich explains why he does not blame Donald Trump for an increase in hate crimes (7:45) and the upcoming Democratic debate (41:47). Rich comments on the science behind vegetarianism and veganism (1;09:06). Rich talked about indoctrination on the behalf of schools and universities (1:12:33) and explained Tulsi Gabbard's criticism of Democrats (1:46:49). Plus, climate change and the new unit at NBC devoted to it (2:01:02).
Rich comments on the media backlash Jim Kenney is facing following his reaction to a Philly Mag article that portrayed him unfavorably. Rich talks about the Philadelphia Inquirer's article and explains why they are correct in their assessment of Kenney. Plus, Rich addresses other journalistic controversies. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
Rich explains why the Democrats who are polling at 1 percent need to step up their game during the upcoming Democratic debate and explains why Joe Biden is the target of these candidates. Plus, Rich shares Amy Klobuchar's only joke. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Rich explains why Donald Trump is not to blame for hate crimes that people who happen to support him might commit and why people are taught that words are responsible for actions. Rich also comments on why journalists are at fault for perpetuating this narrative. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Rich devotes much of the hour of non-stop talk to indoctrination on the part of schools and universities, particularly when it comes to the use of pronouns and gender identification. Rich also comments on Tulsi Gabbard's criticism of the Democratic party and addresses NBC's new climate change unit.
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on plus-size models and jokes from a Bill Maher monologue. Rich voices his opinion on this and explains why he feels this only encourages poor health choices, rather than motivating people to drop excess weight and become physically fit. Plus, Rich talks with Katie Fehlinger about her decision to leave CBS and comments on an article comparing Bernie Sanders to Thanos.
Tulsi Gabbard revealed in an interview she does not want to see impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump and Rich comments on this interview. Rich also expresses his admiration for Gabbard's recently published workout video and compares her to the older candidates like Joe Biden. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)
Rich explains why Joe Biden, who has been the frontrunner of the Democratic candidates, is falling by the wayside to Elizabeth Warren. Rich outlines why the frontrunner is often not the nominee, comparing the 2020 Democratic roster to the 2016 Republican candidates. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)
Rich explains why he agrees with an article that compares Bernie Sanders with Marvel Cinematic Universe villain Thanos. Rich also comments on the backlash Joker is facing from social justice warriors before it is even released into theaters. (Photo by Joshua Lott/Getty Images)
Rich comments on Tulsi Gabbard's stance on impeachment and praises her workout video (6:45). Rich explains why Joe Biden's campaign is losing steam and Elizabeth Warren's is picking up (16:00). Rich tried to figure out exactly what is in a Burger King Whopper (41:01) and criticizes Kamla Harris for laughing at a phrase that is not "woke" (1:02:37). Rich explains why he thinks celebrating obesity is not a good idea (1:13:50). Rich talks with Katie Fehlinger in the wake of her announcement that she is leaving CBS to spend more time with her family and focus on other business ventures (1:28:46).
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich continues with his analysis of the Democratic candidates' Town Hall and explains why giving away everything for free and instituting bans on items like straws is "political stupidity." Rich also reimagines famous movies with Bernie Sanders in the big roles and also mocks Joe Biden's fear of raves.
Liberty and Prosperity Executive Director Seth Grossman joins Rich to discuss the remembrance of Richard Somers in Somers Point, NJ. Grossman explains how Somers was involved with the Barbary Wars and how Americans focus on the negatives of their history.
Rich talks with Philadelphia Magazine writer Victor Fiorillo about the lawsuit Fox 29's Karen Hepp filed against various internet companies for use of her image in advertisements for erectile dysfunction and dating apps. Fiorillo explains the significance of the lawsuit and how her employer found out about the photos.
Rich reimagines various famous movies with Bernie Sanders in the leading roles. Armageddon, Independence Day, and Field of Dreams are some of the films recut to showcase Bernie Sanders and his ideas for America. (Photo by Joshua Lott/Getty Images)
Rich talks about Joe Biden's Crack House Statute (9:00) and the origins of the Proud Boys (23:56). Rich chats with Seth Grossman, Executive Director of Liberty and Prosperity about the celebration of Somers Point hero Richard Somers (41:32). Rich also talks with Victor Fiorillo of Philadelphia Magazine about the Karen Hepp lawsuit (57:45). Rich comments on a montage of all the commodities the Democrats said they want to ban during the 7 hour CNN Town Hall (1:19:28). Rich also talks about Joe Biden's crusade against crack houses and raves (1:53:22). Plus, Bernie Sanders takes over several popular films (2:08:39).
Rich discusses the CNN Climate Change Town Hall and explains why the Democratic candidates are all-in on this issue (8:18). Rich also talks about Democratic candidate Andrew Yang's suggestion of a car buyback program to eliminate gas-guzzlers and replace them with electric vehicles (22:48). Rich expresses his frustration at living in an era where everybody is out to destroy everybody for things from the past (1:03:18). Rich laughs at Bernie Sanders' reaction to a crying baby at a Town Hall (1:32:41) and explains the importance of Michael Keaton's portrayal of Batman (1:43:57). Plus, Rich floats the theory of Barack Obama joining Joe Biden as his running mate (2:14:12).
Rich credits Michael Keaton with defining the serious superhero movie genre and ushering in an era of unprecedented blockbuster action films that stimulate America's economy. According to Rich, Keaton is the one to thank for all of the jobs he helped create for carpenters and electricians with the success of Tim Burton's Batman. Plus, Rich laments the "gotcha" era and continues his analysis of the CNN Town Hall during the hour of non-stop talk. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)
Rich criticizes politicians like Bill de Blasio for running for President while accepting a check and explains why this is wrong. Rich also explains the problem with campaign finance laws and why people who want them want to level the playing field. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
During the CNN Town Hall, Democratic candidate Andrew Yang said he wants to replace "gas-guzzlers" with electric-powered cars. Rich pokes holes into Yang's idea, pointing out how cars that run on electricity or batteries still burn coal when being recharged. Plus, Rich's new idea for a car charity.
Rich opens the show clarifying his own political ideology, explaining how his views differ from the moderate Democrats out there (01:28). Rich addresses Cory Booker's crusade against lead pipes and the potential dangers tap water presents to those who cook with or drink it (23:40). Rich "commends" Wal-Mart (1:20:33) and praises Whoopi Goldberg for taking Debra Messing down a peg on The View (1:23:14). Rich takes your calls on the lead pipe issue (1:30:35). Plus, Rich talks about a Colorado teen banned from school for going out to the woods to shoot their guns (2:00:28) and diminished patience in the digital age (2:07:05).
Debra Messing of Will & Grace fame garnered the ire of The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg over the idea of creating a "blacklist" of attendees of a Trump fundraiser. Goldberg explained the ramifications of this to Messing, and Rich found himself siding with Goldberg for once. Rich comments on the exchange between the TV stars, as well as Jesse Watters' call to Messing on The Five. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)
Rich comments on Bernie Sanders' answer to a Canadian doctor who questioned Sanders about his healthcare ideas. Sanders told the doctor he was wrong on healthcare and Rich does not hold back on his criticism of Sanders. Rich calls out Sanders for his arrogance and superiority when talking about a field he has never worked in. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Rich talks about Cory Booker's proposal to spend $3 trillion to combat climate change, with the money going toward replacing drinking water lines through the United States Environmental Justice Fund. Rich explains why this is insane and the difference between New York City water and water elsewhere. Plus, the home remedy to eliminating traces of lead from tap water. (Photo by Joshua Lott/Getty Images)
Rich explains why moderate Democrats cannot accept the radical Democrats as candidates against Donald Trump. Rich also addresses their fears in the 2020 election and the future of a Democratic Party with a socialist as a Presidential nominee. Plus, why the moderate Democrats are backing Joe Biden. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)
Rich comments on a Politico article about how climate change has caused division among the Democrats and explains the ideology of the Tangier Island residents. While their island is sinking into the bay, they support Donald Trump and don't believe in manmade climate change. Rich explains why they are not calling for plans like the Green New Deal.
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on Joe Biden's flubs and perceived lack of authenticity. He explains why this will hurt Biden's chances of winning the Democratic nomination, citing examples of Biden discussing gun control and warrants. Plus, Rich takes your calls on a t-shirt drop gone wrong! (Photo by Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images)
Rich returned to the show following his surgery, and he has an update on his condition (00:20). Rich addresses the theory of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders joining forces and combining their campaign and explains why they could knock Joe Biden out of the race. Rich comments on a Politico article about how climate change could divide the Democratic party and the threat of Tangier Island flooding (22:43). Rich announces the latest Zeoli Army t-shirt drops in PA and NJ simultaneously (1:20:32) and criticizes Joe Biden's lack of authenticity (1:40:26). Plus, the t-shirt drop that went haywire in Cinnaminson!
Rich criticizes Lawrence O'Donnell's report that Russians co-signed bank loans for Donald Trump, pointing out that O'Donnell only had one source. Rich discusses the journalistic standards and ethics of O'Donnell with Dawn and also comments on Elizabeth Warren's proposed wealth tax. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)
While away on vacation, Rich continued a family tradition with his son Patrick that Rich's parents started with him. Rich put together a "treasure hunt" for his son and explains the laborious process that Rich used to make it as authentic as possible.
In this special "Best of Zeoli" Labor Day Edition, we bring you some of the brightest analysis and funniest moments from The Rich Zeoli Show. Highlights include Rich's evaluation of the noose found in a Wilmington Home Depot store (12:15), Rich retracing Elizabeth Warren's history of lying (40:03), and Nancy Pelosi's beatnik coffee house poetry (1:22:42). Plus, Rich maps out Cory Booker's journey to wealth and power (2:02:35) and comments on The Lion King being a parable about white supremacy (2:21:57).
Rich comments on the influence of Charles Manson, in both media and crime. From Quentin Tarantino's latest movie to the shootings and murders of today, Manson still holds the public's fascination. Rich profiles Manson and his legacy of infamy and puts blame on the media for glorifying Manson and his followers. Plus, Rich talks with journalist Ivor Davis about his coverage of the Sharon Tate murder. (Photo by California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation via Getty Images)
Rich gives his take on the Democratic Debates that took place on June 26 & 27, 2019. He critiques the performances of candidates including Cory Booker, Joe Biden, and Bernie Sanders to name a few. Plus, Rich makes predictions of what will happen after these debates. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Rich analyzes Robert Mueller's performance at the hearing on his big report. However, Rich thinks Mueller didn't even read the report, let alone write it. Rich also quashes any thoughts that Mueller is senile or suffering from dementia. Plus, Rich chats with Corey Lewandowski about Mueller's testimony and the 2020 race. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Rich exposes the biases found in the reporting of Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos. From his interviews with figures such as Beto O'Rourke and Donald Trump to his coverage of Jeffrey Epstein, Rich points out when and where Stephanopoulos abuses his power and presents a slanted view to his news broadcasts. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for David Lynch Foundation)
Rich comments on Nancy Pelosi's crusade against President Donald Trump, beginning with the tug-of-war that she has to play with the Democrats in favor of impeachment and the smart political tactics necessary so not to alienate the more centrist Democrats. Rich also talks about Pelosi's misappropriation of "E. Pluribus Unum" and how she frightens children. Plus, Pelosi storms off the stage! (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Rich discusses several stories of social justice warriors inserting themselves into issues they feel they must fight for. From censorship in movies to fat-shaming, there is no problem a good social justice warrior can't find. Plus, Tom Brady's parenting skills are taken to task by social justice warriors and Rich talks with an author who has a comedic take on them.
Rich discusses Joe Biden's bussing blunder and how it will affect his campaign. Rich also discusses Biden's criminal reform bill and why the former Vice Presiden is seeking to undo his own work. Additionally, Rich talks about how Biden is making his fellow Democrats anxious and questions whether Biden is "woke" enough to fit into today's Democratic party. (Photo by Joshua Lott/Getty Images)
Rich comments on Chris Cuomo's very public outburst in which he curses a heckler who calls him "Fredo," a reference to the character from The Godfather. Rich also reveals what Cuomo's father Mario told him when he said he wanted to be a journalist. Plus, Rich talks with fellow WPHT host Christine Flowers about her take on the Cuomo controversy and the stereotype Flowers is tired of hearing people complain about. Rich also comments on Andrew Cuomo leaping to his brother's defense and "The Lesser" Cuomo's return to television after the "Fredo" flap. (Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images for Cantor Fitzgerald)
Rich explains why some people who are against Donald Trump would like to see a recession hit America's economy and how an economic downturn would benefit their self-interests. Rich also explains how a negative attitude can initiate a recession, while a positive attitude could prevent one.
Rich traces Elizabeth Warren's history of lying about her Native American heritage, explaining why Warren's apology is so readily accepted and how the media would have reacted if Warren was a Republican. Rich also examines why Warren would lie about being a Native American in the first place. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)
Rich talks with author Kim Brooks about her new book, Small Animals: Parenthood in the Age of Fear and what happened when she left her children in the car while she ran into a store. Plus, why children should not be inundated with the pressures of homework and other school activities.
Rich discusses the concept of a self-fulfilling prophecy and the importance of positive thinking (10:45) and explains why a recession is not looming over America (23:50). Rich addresses why America is rooting against the President (41:48). Rich comments on Elizabeth Warren's apology for years of lying about being a Native American (53:55) and talks about his upcoming surgery (1:17:18). Rich comments on Chris Cuomo's return to television and his brother Andrew's defense in the midst of the "Fredo" controversy (1:29:41). Rich also comments on Anthony Scaramucci and his newfound frustration with Donald Trump (1:39:56) and talks with Kim Brooks about parenthood in the age of fear (2:00:59).
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on Cuomo's return to television following his public meltdown and Scaramucci's new fight against Donald Trump. Rich also addresses his upcoming surgery and talks with Kim Brooks about what happens when children are left in cars alone. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich addresses Donald Trump's intentions in buying Greenland and explains why the idea is not so far-fetched as it seems. Rich also talks with Michelle Christian of the U.S. Small Business Administration about Trump's visit to Pennsylvania last week. Plus, Rich talks with Megan Ferraro about what is not commonly known about drowning.
Rich talks with Michelle Christian of the U.S. Small Business Administration about Donald Trump's event in Pennsylvania in which he addressed jobs in energy and his mission to overturn the regulations put in place by the War on Coal. Plus, Christian addresses how the government is working with companies so they can enable people to support their families. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Rich talks with Megan Ferraro of the ZAC Foundation about drowning awareness and water safety. Ferraro explains how drowning differs from the way it is depicted in movies and on television, as well as what parents can do to be sure it doesn't happen.
Rich talks with MyPillow Inventor and CEO Mike Lindell about how he overcame drug addiction and adversity to become a business success. Lindell also talks about filming the famous infomercial and what got him through the rough times and the good times. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)
Rich talks about Trump's impromptu press conference (9:59) and the religious figure Elizabeth Warren resembles (25:55). Rich chats with MyPillow inventor Mike Lindell about his journey from drug addiction to success with his famous pillows (40:22) and political correctness in comedy (50:49). Rich spoke with Michelle Christian about Donald Trump's visit to Pennsylvania from last week (1:21:39). Rich, Greg, and Dawn theorize why Howard Stern became woke (1:57:21). Rich chats with Megan Ferraro of the ZAC Foundation about saving children from drowning during the summer months (2:01:57). Plus, Rich addresses the possibility of impeachment (2:11:26).
Rich comments on Governor Tom Wolf's reaction to the shooting in Philadelphia that wounded six police officers. Rich questions Wolf's energy levels and explains the egregiousness of what Wolf calls the shooter during the press conference of Pennsylvania politicians. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
On MSNBC, Montel Williams accused Donald Trump of being anti-Italian, and Rich has several valid arguments against this. Rich also explains why he will be taking full advantage of now being part of a "protected class," and also jokes about Chris Matthews' lack of knowledge about churches. (Photo by Lars Niki/Getty Images for Athena Film Festival)
Rich talks with FOP Lodge #5 Recording Secretary John Hoyt about the six police offers that were shot in Philadelphia and provides an update on their condition. Hoyt also talks with Rich about donations and love for Philadelphia's police officers. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
Rich discusses another shooting in Philadelphia and the new developments in the in the shootout in which six officers were shot and lived to tell the tale (00:54). Rich also talks about Montel Williams' attack on Donald Trump for allegedly being anti-Italian (21:43). Rich commented on Tom Wolf's "impassioned" speech at the press conference on gun control in Pennsylvania (58:19). Rich discussed the grandstanding of other politicians (1:17:23) and comments on Bernie Sanders and Cardi B's sit-down interview in a nail salon (1:25:56). Plus, Rich talks with John Hoyt, Recording Secretary of the FOP Lodge 5, about how the six Philly cops who were shot are doing (2:08:19).
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on Cardi B's interview with Bernie Sanders and explains why it is quite possibly the worst political interview. Rich also discusses the political grandstanding in Pennsylvania, as well as Elizabeth Warren's crusade against gun rights. (Photo by David Dee Delgado/Getty Images)
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich defends the police and the job they do to protect Philadelphians, especially in moments like the shootout that injured six officers. Rich also takes your calls on what to do with guns in Philadelphia. Plus, Rich shames District Attorney Larry Krasner and Mayor Jim Kenney. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
Rich chats with Dom Giordano, who visited the crime scene to speak with police officers, residents, and Fox & Friends. Dom gives his report of the scene in the aftermath of the shooting and also shames Mayor Jim Kenney for politicizing the event. Plus, Dom mentions whether or not Larry Krasner made an appearance and comments on John Hickenlooper exiting the Presidential race. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
Rich explains District Attorney Larry Krasner's political views and the qualities that make him a socialist. He divulges the reason the police do not like Krasner. Rich also challenges Mayor Jim Kenney to come on the show to discuss the shootout and reveals the reason why Kenney will not come on the show. (Photo by Scott Heins/Getty Images)
Rich discusses the gunman's criminal past and explains why Jim Kenney and Larry Krasner are to blame for allowing a dangerous criminal to roam the streets. Rich also discusses how to handle criminals like this, questioning why life must be made more difficult for law-abiding citizens for dangerous people.
Rich opens the show reflecting on the massive shootout in Philadelphia (8:39). Rich also discusses the new developments in the investigation of Jeffrey Epstein's death (34:17). Rich explains why he finds mandatory buybacks ridiculous (38:42) and explains what makes District Attorney Larry Krasner a socialist (57:42). Rich spends the hour of non-stop talk discussing the shootout in Philadelphia, the importance of police officers, and takes your calls on the story (1:14:55). Plus, Rich shares common-sense solutions (2:08:08) and talks with Dom Giordano about the aftermath at the crime scene (2:20:34).
Rich comments on the thinking of Democrats and an article from The Week explaining what will make the Democrats jump ship on Joe Biden (9:00). Rich also talks about Chris Cuomo and how he deals with words he does not like (17:13). Rich comments on CNN's extensive coverage of a straw ban while Donald Trump was visiting Pennsylvania to talk about jobs (57:37). Rich spoke with Christine Flowers about Cuomo's "Fredo" meltdown and the excuse she is tired of hearing from Italians (1:14:02). Rich comments on Ken Cuccinelli and his argument with Erin Burnett over the poem on the Statue of Liberty (1:24:20). Plus, Rich comments on the Bernie Sanders campaign (1:52:40).
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich talks with Christine Flowers about the Chris Cuomo controversy and explains why "Fredo" never was a racial slur against Italians to begin with. Rich also discusses Ken Cuccinelli's fight over the Statue of Liberty poem and Joe Biden's comments on immigration. (Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images)
Fellow Talk Radio 1210 WPHT host Christine Flowers weighs in on the Chris Cuomo debate with Rich Zeoli. She gives her view on the name "Fredo," and names the argument that she is tired of hearing from her fellow Italians. Plus, the Godfather character Cuomo is most like. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXM)
Rich comments on an article that shows just how ageist the Democrats are, explaining why the Democrats are acting hypocritically. Plus, Rich debates whether its a question of age or being woke enough for the party. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Rich is agitated that Donald Trump is not receiving the proper coverage from CNN as he talks about jobs in Pennsylvania. Instead, CNN opts to discuss the straw ban. Rich points out everything wrong with CNN and the story itself. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
Rich discusses Jeffrey Epstein and how his mindset differs from other pedophiles (8:17). Rich also comments on the reason Chris Cuomo takes offense at being called "Fredo" in reference to the character from The Godfather film series (17:26). Rich also recalls when Cuomo defended Antifa and explains where his rage over the "Fredo" reference comes from (40:16). Rich comments on the theory of Epstein possessing blackmail tapes (1:01:19). Rich takes your calls on Cuomo and Epstein and talks with Katie Fehlinger about lying to co-workers (1:52:28). Rich discusses the Gender Unicorn and the uproar it has caused in one community (2:00:35) and Bernie Sanders' praise for an infamous dictator.
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on Bernie Sanders and his praise for an infamous dictator and explains why Sanders has largely usurped Joe Biden's spotlight in the Presidential race. Also, Rich takes your calls on Chris Cuomo's rage and Jeffrey Epstein's death. Plus, Katie Fehlinger weighs in on the number-one workplace lie and Sarah Silverman loses a movie role for a controversial bit from her show.(Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Rich examines Jeffrey Epstein's history and his views on sex with teenage girls. Rich explains that, while wrong, Epstein's focus was sex with developed teenagers. Rich analyzes the difference in the mindset of Epstein and pedophiles who target infants or toddlers and young children. (Photo by Florida Department of Law Enforcement via Getty Images)
Rich explains Chris Cuomo's ire at being compared to Fredo Corleone and explains why Fredo is actually cooler than Cuomo. Rich also explains how Cuomo should have handled the situation, especially in front of his wife and 9-year-old daughter. (Photo by Florida Department of Law Enforcement via Getty Images)
Rich discovers what former New York Governor Mario Cuomo told his son Chris when Chris decided to enter the journalism field. Rich theorizes this may be the key to why Chris Cuomo takes umbrage at being compared to Fredo Corleone and being considered "less than" his brother Andrew. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Rich opens the show discussing Jeffrey Epstein and Biden's Iowa visit (7:51). Rich talks about the conspiracy theories that are swirling around Epstein's death (16:30). Rich takes a call from a former prison guard who offers some insight into Epstein's death (33:59) and talks about the Clinton Dead Pool (41:51). Rich comments on Bernie Sanders' visit to the Iowa State Fair (1:03:04) and further discusses Epstein and the conspiracy theories surrounding his mysterious death (1:13:55). Plus, Rich reveals the crowd size of Bill de Blasio's event in Iowa (2:11:43).
In the wake of Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide, several conspiracy theories are materializing. During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich comments on these, questioning the veracity of theories claiming Epstein was murdered or is still alive. Rich also compares and contrasts the Epstein conspiracy theories with older ones surrounding figures such as Lee Harvey Oswald. Plus, Donald Trump comments on Hollywood's effect on America and Rich expresses his love for True Detective. (Photo by Florida Department of Law Enforcement via Getty Images)
According to Rich, the Democrats are becoming anxious because Joe Biden keeps making egregious gaffes. Biden was at it again in Iowa, but with the party fractured by the extremist candidates, does Biden have a shot at winning the primaries? (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Rich comments on a list published by CBS Las Vegas, featuring the names of various associates of the Clintons who died mysterious deaths. Rich explains why it is strange that CBS would publish a list like this and also reads off some of the notable names featured on the list. (Photo by Leigh Vogel/Getty Images for RFK Human Rights )
Rich comments on Bernie Sanders' rally at the Iowa State Fair and explains why he thinks Sanders' call for unity does not do much to unify the crowd. Plus, Rich wonders is Bernie Sanders is subsisting on a diet of fried Oreos and corn dogs! (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Rich talks with Dr. Timothy C. Wingard about his book, The Mosquito: A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator. Winegard explains how mosquitoes have played a significant role in human history, contributing to the rise and fall of Rome and the American Revolution.
During Rich's hour of non-stop talk, political analyst Erin Elmore joins Rich to discuss everything from her new line of Trump merchandise to her time on The Apprentice. Elmore also weighs in on Ivanka Trump's role in the Trump administration and reveals what Donald Trump was really like with women behind-the-scenes of his television show. Plus, Rich comments on Joe Biden's latest gaffe.
Rich opens the show discussing the repeal of the shore tax (1:02) and talks with historian and author Dr. Timothy C. Wigand about his book on mosquitoes and how they have affected civilization (6:33). Rich also talks about Tulsi Gabbard's singing (28:26) and how global warming will lead to a worldwide food shortage (41:50). Rich explains the two different camps of authoritarianism (1:19:42) and explains why the left wants to ban hate speech. Rich comments on Joe Biden's latest gaffe (1:25:41) and talked with political analyst Erin Elmore about the Soul Cycle controversy and her Trump accessories (1:49:32). Plus, Rich welcomes a husband and wife duo who have made some delicious hamburgers for Rich, Greg, and Dawn (2:11:32).
Rich is joined by Monica and Richard Annunziato of La Bella Luna catering to taste some of their many hamburgers. Rich gives his take on their traditional hamburgers, as a certain burger that Rich has been wary to identify as a true burger.
Rich discusses Lindsey Graham's accusations of corruption in the FBI against Donald Trump. Rich explains why the government always abuses its power, and also argues against accusations of possessing a liberal viewpoint. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Rich opens the show discussing the 50th Anniversary of Sharon Tate's murder (00:21) and Trump's reference to Rich on Twitter (12:14). Rich also talks about the media's treatment of Trump at a moment when he was trying to console the nation (33:18). Rich talks with author Ivor Davis about covering the Sharon Tate murder from the beginning (38:17). Rich criticizes Pat Toomey's view on red flag laws (1:19:05) and slams MSNBC for peddling conspiracy theories (1:33:47). Plus, Rich discusses Chris Cuomo's view that items that are banned are not illegal (1:57:49).
During the hour of non-stop talk, Rich discussed the conspiracy theory being pushed by MSNBC and tries to find the significance of numbers and how they relate to events and people. Rich also discusses red flag laws and Pat Toomey's comments about them from The Dom Giordano Show. Plus, Rich slams Chris Cuomo for his latest gaffe.
Rich talks with journalist and author Ivor Davis, who has covered the Charles Manson murders since Sharon Tate was killed 50 years ago. Davis gives his review of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, remembers his interview with Sharon Tate the year before her death, and recalls the death threat he received from Squeaky Fromme after writing a book that was critical of the Manson family. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)
Rich discusses the impact Charles Manson and the media's coverage of his story continues to have over American culture. He tries to figure out why Manson proves to be a fascinating figure to so many people and explains why the media should not have promoted Manson and his followers. (Photo by California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation via Getty Images)
Rich continues the discussion on red flag laws, explaining why he is against them. While Rich wants gun safety, he does not want the Constitution infringed upon. Moreover, Rich explains why he thinks passing red flag laws could be the biggest mistake Donald Trump could make. (Photo by Zach Gibson/Getty Images)
Rich comments on Senator Kamala Harris' precipitous decline among black Democrats. He pinpoints the moment Harris' popularity started to drop off and explains why black voters do not support her. Rich also explains why Donald Trump has a stronger record with black voters than Harris. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Rich talks with Navy SEAL sniper and author Jack Carr about his new book, True Believer. Rich and Carr discuss the government clearances needed to write a fiction book based on Carr's experiences as a SEAL, and the movie star who is a big fan of his work.