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.
Mike McCaul, the Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, says the terrorist threat to Americans continues to grow.
Chris discussed Donald Trump pulling out of tomorrow night’s Republican presidential debate and Megyn Kelly’s reaction. He talked to Christine Flowers about the indictments in the Planned Parenthood case at 7:00, Philadelphia Magazine’s new editor Patrick Kerkstra at 8:00 and Congressman Mike McCaul in advance of his appearance at tonight’s WPHT Speaker Series at 8:20.
Chris Stigall says both Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly are playing up the dispute between them to their mutual advantages.
Alan Colmes accused Donald Trump of signalling to white racists to gain their support in the Republican presidential primary.
Chris reacts to last night’s Republican debate, rumors that former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will run for President, and Philadelphia’s schools being closed another day. He also talked with Alan Colmes from FOX News at 8:20 to break down the debate.
Chris Stigall calls New Jersey Governor Chris Christie hypocritical in comparing his responses to snow storm Jonas and Hurricane Sandy.
Jay A. McCalla says Philadelphia’s schools should be opened today, despite the snow.
Political consultant Michael Bronstein points out that Donald Trump gets away with statements that would derail any of his opponent’s campaigns.
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says he is disappointed with the current state of the presidential campaign.
Chris reacted to snow storm Jonas and covered the latest news from the Presidential campaign. He talked to Colin Hanna and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00, Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates about his new book, A Passion for Leadership, at 7:35, CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger about the NFL’s Conference Championship games at 8:00, and Jay McCalla from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:20 about the city’s decision to close schools today.
Conservative columnists Andrew McCarthy and Jim Geraghty explain why National Review cannot abide Donald Trump winning the Republican nomination for President.
Chris discusses this weekend’s storm, National Review breaking with Donald Trump, and Philadelphia City Council’s new rules for hoverboards. He talked with Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00 and National Review’s Andrew McCarthy at 8:20 about why voting for Trump is a mistake.
Chris Stigall observes that Trump supporters do not seem concerned with forwarding conservative values.
Conservative author Ed Klein insists Hillary Clinton will continue her campaign for President in the event she is indicted on charges related to keeping a private email server while Secretary of State.
Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian accused Regina Egea, Governor Chris Christie’s Chief of Staff, of conspiring to organize a state takeover of Atlantic City.