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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 talked about Jay Carney claiming Obama’s interview with Jon Stewart during the 2012 campaign was his toughest interview yet. Chris also talks about how comedians are selling us everything today. Chris also talks about America’s media slowly moving towards a media like Russia. Chris talks with Jim Rickards for Finance Friday, and CBS3 Sports Director Beasley Reece.
Kerwick says his case is emblematic of the problems with city government.
Chris reviews Philadelphia’s changing stance on immigration policy, Kathleen Sebelius potential run for Senate in Kansas, and Keith Olbermann’s shot at Flyers Fans. He talks to Phil Kerwick from the Blasius Chocolate Factory and Dick Yuengling from the Yuengling Brewery.
Chris Stigall spoke with Howard Stoeckel, the former CEO of Wawa, about the 50th anniversary of the company Wednesday on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Chris celebrates Wawa’s 50th anniversary and discusses a man arrested for jogging naked on the Main Line. He talks to former Wawa CEO Howard Stoeckel and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Chris talks about President Obama’s tax hikes, Miley Cyrus getting bumped for the Flyers, enhanced interrogation songs, and much more. He is joined by nationally syndicated talk-show host Sean Hannity.
After a long weekend, Chris weighs in on HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigning, diversity in late night, shoe dodging in Las Vegas, and much more. He is joined by Jeff Roe from Axiom Strategies, Michael Bronstein from Bronstein and Weaver, and Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg.
Lovitz commented on a report stating the pay discrepancy between Robert Downey Jr., the highest paid actor in 2013, and Angelina Jolie, the highest paid actress, at almost $42 million, calling it ridiculous.
Chris discussed the demise of the Paycheck Fairness Act in the Senate, testimony in Congress on the Comcast merger with Time Warner, and Philadelphia’s ban on e-cigarettes. He talks to comedian Jon Lovitz and Greg Conley from the Heartland Institute.
“That’s an ambitious agenda he’s set forward. I hope he gets that accomplished, because the guy that’s had the job for the last five years sure hasn’t. That guy — he’s really got a vision,” Stigall said.
Chris reviews yesterday’s Phillies home opener, Attorney General Eric Holder’s testimony on gun safety, and the President’s efforts to eliminate the gender pay gap. He also talks to Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine.
Continetti states there is a very tight relationship that exists between Comcast and the Democrats, both financially and on the air.
Chris discusses University of Connecticut basketball player Shabazz Napier’s assertion that athletes often go to bed hungry and Allyson Schwartz kicking off her ad campaign for Governor. He talks to Matthew Continetti from the Washington Free Beacon and filmmaker Phelim McAleer.
Sandberg said he was pleased with management’s decision to delay the home opener from this afternoon to tomorrow.
Chris debates the Phillies moving their home opener, a drone crashing at a Pennsylvania school, and the latest news surrounding the Affordable Care Act. He talks to Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.