Giordano: Sen. Pat Toomey Was Ahead of the Curve on Masks

The Dom Giordano Program | April 24, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
April 24, 2020 - 1:50 pm
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Sen. Pat Toomey Was Ahead of the Curve on Masks

Dom Giordano talks with Sen. Pat Toomey about his plan to reopen Pennsylvania, praising Toomey for being ahead of the curve on the masks. Toomey calls it "gratifying," and recalls the reason why everything was shut down to begin with. Toomey says the hospital system will not be overwhelmed and talks about the regions of Pennsylvania where there are almost no cases of COVID-19. As a result, Toomey is calling for people to ask which businesses can reopen safely, as opposed to questioning which businesses are essential or nonessential. Plus, Toomey talks about his conversations with Gov. Tom Wolf and details the improving trends as the pandemic continues.

 

WIP's Angelo Cataldi On Eagles Rookie Jalen Reagor

Angelo Cataldi, morning show host on SportsRadio 94 WIP, joins the Dom Giordano Program to recap last night's first round of the NFL draft. First, Dom and Angelo discusses the lack of charisma from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Then, Dom and Angelo discuss the possibility of not having an NFL season, or at least a season that would start on time. Also, Angelo gives his thoughts on the Philadelphia Eagles selection of TCU wide receiver Jalen Reagor, and predicts whether baseball will come back in the summer.

 

Americans "Addicted" to Imported Goods

​Dom Giordano talks with Don Buckner, President and CEO of MadeinAmerica.com, about sovereignty. Buckner explains how medications, electronics, and clothes are all produced outside of the United States and complains that America is beholden to other countries. Buckner talks about the beginning of the free trade experiment at the end of the Clinton administration, and examines Americans' "addiction" to imported products and goods. Buckner calls the U.S. consumer base "powerful," adding that the spending habits of Americans dictates the financial health of the world. Plus, Buckner addresses the status of trade shows.