Full Hour | In today’s second hour, Dom welcomes Peter Breen, Vice President and Senior Counsel at Thomas More Society, back onto the Dom Giordano Program to discuss an upcoming rally that he and Dom will be speaking at in support of Mark Houck. Houck, an outspoken pro-life activist and father of 7, was arrested a couple weeks ago after allegedly shoving an escort at Planned Parenthood. Breen explains how the excessive show of force could have been easily avoided, offering Houck’s side of the story, telling why both believe there was no reason for the violent FBI raid on his home. Breen tells that he, in all his time, has not seen such a situation to this degree, explaining what he believes should have happened to avoid what Dom considers an ‘armada’ from showing up.
Then, Dom welcomes in Patrick Molloy, Police Chief of Abington Township and member of the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission, to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss why the PLEAC has decided to re-vote on their accreditation of the Philadelphia Police Department. Molloy explains that a vote came up back in July after Philadelphia announced the Equality in Driving Act, which they initially argued had tied the hands of police officers in the City of Philadelphia. Molloy tells that after settling some confusion, the organization voted to remove the accreditation of the Philadelphia Police Department. Dom and Pat discuss what this means for the Police department moving forward, with Dom stressing that he hopes this pushes the hand of elected officials in Philadelphia to make the city safer and easier to police. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)