Monday – Friday: 5:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Chris brings a unique brand of opinionated talk and humor to mornings on Talk Radio 1210, WPHT.
Chris studied comedy writing and television production as an intern with Late Show with David Letterman in New York. His diverse background also found Chris taking two years away from the microphone to work as a representative and press assistant to U.S. Congressman Sam Graves (MO-06).
Chris has been a contributor to CNN and serves as a guest host for the country’s top talk show hosts including Senator Fred Thompson, Michael Savage, and Lou Dobbs.
Chris discusses John Boehner’s comments, a new graffiti law in Philadelphia, Marco Rubio’s thoughts on comprimise, and much more. He is joined by Comcast SportsNet’s Ray Didinger and Steve Cordasco.
Chris talks about the after effects of the Paul Ryan Budget Deal, mocking sign language, the latest from Kathleen Sebelius’ testimony, and much more. Chris is joined by comedian Bryan Callen, Philadelphia Phillies Head of Fun & Games, John Brazer, and Sergeant First Class, Brian Keaton.
Chris talks about “selfies”, the budget deal, Nelson Mandela’s memorial, Bob Menendez, Cole Hamels’ trade rumors, and much more. He is also joined by Hayden, this week’s Pizza Pet of the Week.
Chris talks about overyhyping of storms, the latest on ObamaCare, Roy Halladay’s retirement, and much more. He is also joined by the Managing Editor of PoliticsPA, Keegan Gibson, Yuengling President, Dick Yuengling, and WPHT’s own Dom Giordano.
Chris talks about Nelson Mandela’s passing, the live broadcast of “Sound of Music” last night. infighting within the Democratic party, GOP’s thoughts on women, and much more. He is joined by financial advisor Steve Cordasco, Senator Pat Toomey, and CBS3′s Beasley Reece.
Chris discusses President Obama’s “Government is us” comment, the way that Mayor Michael Nutter is handling the “knock-out game”, and much more. Chris is also joined by owner of American Bar Products, William Marsh, and Pastor Bill Golderer.
Chris discusses his favorite Phillie being traded, proposed disclaimers on all PLCB ads, new security issues with Healthcare.gov, uneven christmas trees, and much more. Chris is joined by Philly Magazine editor, Tom McGrath, and Shilo, the Piazza Pet of the week.
Chris talks about the stun gun fights on Black Friday, the over-sensationalized travel day that was last Wednesday, Amazon is testing a drone delivery system, and much more. Chris is joined by Michael Bronstein from Bronstein and Weaver, and Colin Hanna of Let Freedom Ring, for the Monday Morning Matchup.
Chris talks about traveling for the holiday, Thanksgiving day conversations, the building collapse, Nutter’s comments on the “Knockout game”, and much more. He is also joined by CBS3′s investigative reporter, Walt Hunter and Dick Yuengling, President of Yuengling Brewery.
Chris talks about the Iran deal, the four major leagues meeting with congress about climate change, and much more. He is also joined by foreign policy expert, Ed Turzanski.
Chris discusses the Scott Walker event from last night, the Senate deciding to go for the “Nuclear” option, among other topics. Chris is joined by CBS 3′s Beasely Reece, Steve Cordasco, and Jim Rickards.
Chris talks about Scott Walker defending Chris Christie, the Pennsylvania Transportation bill would be signed by Corbett if he gets the chance to, and much more. Chris is joined by Lt. Governor Jim Cawley, Rep. Daryl Metcalfe and for a brief time Gary Gulman.
Chris talks about Obama not being at the Gettysburg Address anniversary, Chris Christie bashing the GOP, and much more. He is joined by Ed Turzanski, Tom McGrath, and the Piazza Pet of the Week.
Chris talks about Kanye West’s comments on Obama, another report showing that the American people were lied to leading up to the 2012 election, and much more.
Chris talks about Nancy Pelosi’s comments over the weekend about “we must pass the bill to see what’s in it”, Scott Walker wanting the next nominee to be a governor instead of a member of Congress. He is joined by Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna for the Monday Morning Matchup and Nancy O’Dell from Entertainment Tonight.