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My New Year’s Resolutions for 2013

When I taught high school, I preached the importance of having goals to my students. At the start of the school year and at New Year’s, I stressed how setting goals plays a big part in your success. I still make goals and success plans for myself. I actually have an archive of sorts of […]

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Oliver North

Oliver North to Appear at Dom Giordano’s Feast of the Seven Fishes Event

I am thrilled that will be joining me at my Fourth Annual Feast of the Seven Fishes dinner and live broadcast. This year’s Feast of the Seven Fishes event will take place Monday, December 17th at the beautiful Crystal Tea Room in the Wanamaker Building, 1300 Market Street in Philadelphia. You can get more information […]

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Required lights for a traditional, authentic Christmas!

The Great Christmas Light Debate

Are you living under a white light Iron Curtain? Does your neighborhood, development or town have an unwritten rule that white lights are traditional, chic, or just look better than colored lights for Christmas? Throw off these phony airs and embrace the lights of your childhood.  Start an outpost of traditional colorful Christmas lights inside […]

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It’s About the Small Business Economy, Stupid

The past election had a lot of campaign rhetoric about so-called “wars” against women, against this group and against that group. But there was one “war” that seemed to be largely overlooked in the election: the war against entrepreneurs and small businesses. In this war, the battle line is pretty clear. Government does not recognize […]

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Take Dom Giordano’s Engaged Citizenship Test

If you listen to my show, you know I do not just believe in sitting in an isolated broadcast studio and talk about issues with you. To me, it’s important to be out in the community, be active and encourage listeners to take action. If the extent of your participating in our democracy is just listening to […]

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Talk Radio: The Most Important and Overlooked Election X-Factor

Years ago, one of the senior leaders in the Pennsylvania Republican Party reached out to me to help promote the campaign of the GOP candidate for governor. The campaign was stuck in the mud and the candidate’s message was not reaching the voters. I was happy to help. Number one, for selfish professional reasons, as […]

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Join My First “Cash Mob” on Sunday October 7th

One of the most outrageous events I talked about on my radio show last year were the flash mobs that created terror, mayhem and destruction in Philadelphia. I was disgusted by the behavior of the teenagers who terrorized Center City Philadelphia. Their path of organized destruction was a low point. It was also a parenting […]

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Fixing Our Broken Education System: How About We Start with the Parents?

This past week in my education column for The Philadelphia Daily News, I wrote about a Philadelphia couple who were criminally charged by the Montgomery County District Attorney for claiming their elementary school daughter lived with her grandfather in Lower Moreland Township so she could get a better education You heard right. Criminally charged. I […]

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Dom’s Mail Bag: A Reader’s Open Letter to the President

I receive a lot of e-mails from readers of this blog. A little while back, I talked about President Obama’s view of entrepreneurship and how it ties into the notion of “American Exceptionalism” (most times it feels like “American Apology-ism.” This week I received an e-mail from Gene Jardel of Pine Branch, New Jersey. His […]

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Neil Armstrong: Remembering an American Hero

We lost a true American hero with the passing of Neil Armstrong. Like most Americans in the 1960’s, I marveled at the accomplishments of the accomplishments of our space program. It was an era when America dared to dream big. To me, there was no bigger hero at the time than Neil Armstrong. Not a […]

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