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Tonight, Vito and Vito welcome author of "Ecclesiastes", Joshua Higginbotham.
Written by 18-year-old West Virginia native, Joshua Higginbotham, "Ecclesiastes" is a thrilling book that will make you question your patriotism.
Also the Vitos analyze Obama's ISIS speech, Ted Cruz's fight against Democrats for wanting to change the First Amendment and 9/11 remembrance.
Tonight, The Vito and Vito Show goes to YOU! We're talking about whatever you want. From Ukraine to Ferguson, the Vitos are watching Twitter, Facebook and taking calls.
It's your night America, call in to talk, debate, or chat with The Vito and Vito Show!
Nothing is off the table tonight!
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Tonight, Vito and Vito talk about ISIS beheading American journalist James Foley, the Ferguson riots, race-baiting and the new developments in the Michael Brown case.
Then, the Vitos delve into a topic that is sure to make your hair raise. Liberalism, from high school to college has consumed the classroom. Professors and high school teachers alike have allowed liberal-bias to spread across academia, forcing kids to become indoctrinated with political views that are misguided, one-sided and wrong. Listen in as the Vitos, as well as other students, talk about how it is to be a conservative in a toxic environment.
President Obama addresses the ISIS/Iraq situation.
The House of Representatives have chosen California Rep. Kevin McCarthy to be the new House Majority Leader after Eric Cantor's primary loss.
Louisiana Rep. Steve Calise is chosen to be new House Whip.
Find out more about Rep. McCarthy and Calise, and about Iraq and ISIS.
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Big show in store tonight! Brooklyn GOP friend Bill Davidson stops by to talk. Running in the 50th district, containing Greenpoint and Williamsburg, he sure has his work cut out for him!
Vito and Vito talk about Virginia's open primary Tuesday and Eric Cantor's unsuspected loss to Tea Partier Dave Brat.
Also, the latest out of Iraq's collapse and what the United States is doing about it.
Over from Brooklyn GOP Radio last night, the discussion continues tonight about immigration reform.
Check out The Vito and Vito Show tonight as Vito Palmeri and Vito DiGiovanni discuss the victories of two Establishment Republican candidates, Thom Tillis and John Boehner in the first of the Establishment vs. Tea Party primaries.
Is this good for the GOP? What about the grassroots? Does this mean 2016 is shaping up for a more Establishment-like candidate?
House Speaker John Boehner has finally decided to set up a select-committee to investigate Benghazi. Find out what the Vitos think about this move and if it will aid in finally uncovering the truth for what happened to 4 innocent Americans.
Also, Mayor de Blasio has unveiled his plan for affordable housing in NYC. See if this is good for the city, landlords and tenants tonight.
Don't forget to call in anytime during the broadcast or tweet us live @vitoandvitoshow
Tonight, The Vito and Vito Show talk about the Sgt. Bergdahl Deal:
What happened? Why this deal? Was the best the President could do? Is the U.S. less safe because of this? Could the President be impeached?
Questions have risen, and we have some answers! Find out what Vito and Vito have to say about this, tonight.
Also, the Senate passed a bi-partisan solution to fixing the VA. The McCain-Sanders bill would give veterans a voucher which would allow them to seek out private care. Find out what the Vitos think of this two-year solution and if this "test" will serve as a template for Medicare, Medicaid and the VA as a hole.
Our new friend from CPAC, Ohio Young Republican Mike Garcar, talks about his new book "Making Conservatism Cool".
Vito and Vito discuss how to make conservatism cool and about the shootings in southern California.
Why is today's society more liberal and not open to conservatism ideas? Especially the youth.
Blame the media, but there may be more...
So picture this:
You're Bill Bratton and in an effort to mend the fences with disgruntled New Yorkers, you take to the one thing that all the cool kids are doing these days (not that...) Twitter!
Guess how that went...
Tonight, The Vito and Vito Show talks about how this P.R. stunt went haywire and how embarrassing this has become for the NYPD.
Also, Governor Cuomo's push for NY to use the popular vote in national elections (who reads the Constitution anymore?!) passed...now what? See if the Vitos like this move and if they think if it would really work.
After an interesting discussion last episode on Universal Healthcare, Vito and Vito dissect what's wrong with the Canadian, European and Japanese systems of Socialized Medicine and how Paul Ryan's "Free-Market" approach might just be what's needed to save Medicare and Medicaid here in America.
New York State has been named the 48th "best" state to do business in! Find out what Vito and Vito have to say about this embarrassing stat and what Governor candidate Rob Astorino can do about it.
Mike Difigola tells us how today’s fashion boutiques are in danger of closing. Overseas producers are requiring larger runs. Where do small, family run shops go to get the designs they sell? Do you know what “suggested retail price” really means?
In this show we discuss how fashion trends are established, how clothing buyers make their decisions, and how overseas production is hurting the small retail clothiers, especially the small family businesses.
For more than 40 years, Mike Difigola has run Vito's Men's Shop, a family business started by his father, a second generation Italian American. Thru the years, the family has seen the good times and the bad. Listen to how he sees the marketplace as small retailers try to compete against the large department stores.