Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Chris Stigall brings a contemporary brand of opinionated talk and humor to mornings on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT. Prior to his arrival in Philadelphia, Chris’s radio career began in Kansas City where he worked on-air in various music formats before transitioning to talk radio. Chris’s diverse background includes an internship with the Late Show with David Letterman in New York and serving as a representative and press assistant to a United States Congressman. Chris regularly addresses various Philadelphia civic clubs and political action committees. He also has appeared as a guest on CNN and Fox News. His radio interviews regularly make national news on prominent websites like the Drudge Report. He also contributes as a guest columnist for publications such as Breitbart’s Big Hollywood, American Spectator, Human Events and Philadelphia Magazine.
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Deputy White House Press Secretary Lindsay Walters ripped the Congressional Budget Office score of the Republican healthcare bill, saying they are not capable of predicting what will happen.
Chris covered the latest on the winter storm hitting the Delaware Valley today. He spoke with former Pixar CFO Lawrence Levy at 7:20 about his book, To Pixar And Beyond, veteran and author Mary Jennings Hegar at 8:00 about her book, Shoot Like A Girl and White House Deputy Press Secretary Lindsay Walters at 8:20 about the CBO scoring on the Republican alternative to Obamacare.
Reporter Sharyl Attkisson downplayed Donald Trump’s claims that President Obama ordered him to be electronically monitored, but not the possibility that he was monitored.
Chris previewed tonight’s winter storm and the Congressional Budget Office’s score of the GOP’s ACA replacement bill. He spoke with comedian Jimmy Failla at 7:20 about Stephen Colbert’s ratings and Jimmy Fallon’s handling of Donald Trump, 94 WIP’s Ike Reese at 8:00 about the NCAA Tournament and investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson at 8:20 about Donald Trump’s allegations that his phones were tapped.
Pat Toomey: ‘There is no mechanism to repeal every last bit of Obamacare.’
Chris reviews new TSA procedures, the power that has been accumulated by FBI Director James Comey and a lawyer whose pants caught on fire in the courtroom. At 8:20, he spoke with Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey about the Republican proposal to replace Obamacare.
RNC Spox Lindsay Jancek says Donald Trump and Republicans are fulling committed to their alternative to Obamacare.
Chris reviewed the latest revelations from Wikileaks on CIA spying, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul’s opposition the Republican replacement to Obamacare and Alec Baldwin suggesting he will soon stop his impersonation of Donald Trump. He spoke with Penny Nance from Concerned Women for America at 7:20 and Morgan Brittany at 8:00 from the Politichicks about the ‘Day Without A Woman’ protests on International Women’s Day and Lindsay Jancek at 8:20 from the RNC about the GOP’s bill to replace Obamacare.
Stephen Klasko, the CEO of Jefferson Health, says the Republican alternative to Obamacare offers few changes.
Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke calls former Philadelphia Police Chief Charles Ramsey a disaster and a sell out.
Chris discussed the new travel ban unveiled by Donald Trump and David Letterman’s interview with Vulture Magazine. He spoke with Andrew McCarthy from National Review at 7:30 about Trump’s accusation that Barack Obama wiretapped him, Stephen Klasko, the CEO of Jefferson Health, at 8:00 about the House Republican plan to replace Obamacare and Sheriff David Clarke at 8:20 about his new book, Cop Under Fire.
Chris discussed Attorney General Jeff Sessions announcement that he will recuse himself from investigations relating the presidential election, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney’s budget address and the rise of homelessness in the city. He talked with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00 about Snapchat’s IPO, comedian Paul Mercurio, who will be performing at Punch Line Philly this weekend at 7:20 and Face The Nation Moderator John Dickerson about the decision by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to recuse himself from all matters regarding last year’s presidential election at 8:20.
Chris discussed Pepsi announcing 80-100 layoffs and blaming the Philadelphia beverage tax. He spoke with Rachel Feintzeig from the Wall Street Journal at 7:20 about her piece, ‘Feeling Burned Out At Work? Join The Club,’ talk show host and author Howie Carr at 8:00 about his book, Kennedy Babylon, and Kevin Newman from CTV at 8:20 about American’s assessment of Donald Trump after one month.
Writer Rachel Feintzeig says workplace burnout is pervasive and costly for companies.
They have spent nearly a decade demanding the country embrace their noise.