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.
At a time when other Republicans are not as supportive of President Trump, U.S. Rep Lou Barletta embraces the President and has been a Trump supporter all along.
Congress heads back to work after the Labor Day holiday and that means addressing President Donald Trump’s agenda.
The controversy over the statue of former mayor and police commissioner Frank Rizzo is nothing new to South Philadelphia resident Mark Ferguson, who started a petition last year to keep the statue in place.
The Eagles pre-season is about to wrap up and tight end Zach Ertz is happy with how things have gone so far this year, saying everyone truly gets along, there is much more stability within the organization, and adding to that stability, a long-term quarterback.
Army Col. Kurt Schlichter spoke with Chris Stigall on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about President Donald Trump’s strategy to Afghanistan.
Earlier this week, President Trump disbanded two economic advisory panels after a growing number of the corporate CEO’s who sat on them decided to leave over remarks that Trump made, in regards to the white supremacy event that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia. Camden, New Jersey based Campbell’s Soup President, Denise Morrison, was one of them.
Two tweets this week sickened and alarmed me even more than the events in Charlottesville last Saturday for two reasons.
Former CNN contributor Jeffrey Lord addresses his firing for tweeting a Nazi salute at a critic.
Delaware Senator Chris Coons says he trusts former FBI Director Robert Mueller to conduct a fair inquiry into collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government.
Chris discussed Donald Trump’s warning to North Korea and the Eagles preseason debut. He talked with economist Chris Butler at 7:00 on Finance Friday about how our economic relationship with China impacts the nuclear tensions with North Korea, former CNN contributor Jeffrey Lord, who was fired yesterday over a Twitter post at 7:20, comedian Jon Lovitz, who will be at Helium Comedy Club this weekend, at 7:40, and Delaware Senator Chris Coons at 8:00 about former FBI Director Robert Mueller’s investigation of the Trump presidential campaign.
Chris discussed his appearance last night on ‘The Specialists’ on Fox News, Defense Secretary James Mattis’ warning to North Korea and a school district in Florida banning home work. At 7:20, he spoke with Dr Jonson Miller from Drexel University about his new book, ‘Dream Patterns.’
Kayleigh McEnany defended a newscast she participated in for Trump TV.
Chris discussed Donald Trump’s response to nuclear threats from North Korea, the murder of a Republican committeeman in Chester County and the impact of the soda tax in Philadelphia. He spoke with foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski about escalating tensions with North Korea at 7:00 and host of the new Trump TV, Kayleigh McEnany at 8:20.
Foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski said Donald Trump’s response to North Korea’s nuclear tests was ‘not helpful.’
Chris talks about Rep. Maxine Waters comments on White House leaks, Black Lives Matters protesters interrupting Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke’s anti-litter press conference initiative, and professional cuddling on the rise due to the election of President Trump. Chris speaks with Matthew Hennessey, associate op-ed editor at the Wall Street Journal, about his article in the New York Post titled, “Generation X needs to save America from millennials.”
Chris talks about the New York Times report that Vice President Mike Pence is positioning himself for a 2020 Presidential Run, President Trump’s tweets this morning about progress and the “24/7 fake news”, the head of the White House Correspondents Association praising the Trump administration, and the passing of Philadelphia Phillie great, Darren Daulton. 6:02 […]
Chris talks about President Trump’s rally in West Virginia last night, West Virginia Democratic Governor Jim Justice becoming a Republican, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller impaneling a grand jury into investigating Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. He spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about President Trump’s tweets this morning about Toyota & Mazda […]
Chris discusses White House Senior Policy advisor, Stephen Miller’s heated exchange with CNN’s Jim Acosta, the Philadelphia Phillies cancelling Pete Rose’s Wall of Fame induction amid statutory rape allegations, and President Donald Trump’s relationship with the game of golf. Chris talks to author Tom DiLorenzo about his book, The Problem with Socialism, and actor Ted […]
Chris discusses the removal of Anthony Scaramucci as White House Communications Director, Sen. Cory Booker’s proposed legislation to legalize marijuana at the federal level, and the court document that accuses Pete Rose committed statutory rape in the 1970s. Chris spoke with Ryan Manion of the Travis Manion Foundation and former U.S. Attorney Matt Whitaker about his call for an Ethics Investigation for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Friday’s announcement White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus would be leaving the Trump administration didn’t come as much of a surprise to anyone paying attention.
Chris discussed the failure of Senate Republicans to pass their ‘skinny repeal,’ Attorney General Jeff Sessions saying he’s been hurt by Donald Trump’s criticism and a fight breaking out a the ‘Sips’ event. He spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Jeff Bezos briefly passing Bill Gates to become the richest man in the world at 7:00 and CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger about his play, ‘Tommy and Me,’ returning to the Fringe Arts Theater at 8:00.
Chris discussed Donald Trump banning transgender service members, a proposal from within the White House raise taxes on the highest earners and Hillary Clinton’s upcoming memoir. He spoke with author and University of Pennsylvania Professor, Dr Jody Foster, about her book, ‘The Schmuck In My Office,’ at 7:20 and comedian Chris Franjola, who will be performing at Punchline Philly this weekend at 8:20.
Beth Grossman says one of the reasons she is running for District Attorney is to stop corruption within the Democratic Party of Philadelphia.
Chris discussed allegations that Congressman Bob Brady paid a rival to drop out of a primary race, the arrest of a Democratic IT staffer and Senator John McCain’s return to the Senate after being diagnosed with brain cancer. He spoke with Beth Grossman, the Republican candidate for District Attorney in Philadelphia at 8:00.
Conservative columnist Kurt Schlichter says Donald Trump should fire Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating whether his presidential campaign colluded with the Russian government.
Chris discussed the tension between Donald Trump and his attorney General Jeff Sessions and Democrats unveiling a new economic message. He talked with comedian Jimmy Failla about Trump’s dealings with Congress at 7:20 and columnist Kurt Schlichter about his piece on why Donald Trump should fire Robert Mueller at 8:00.
Author Joshua Green says Donald Trump ‘thrives on chaos’ inside the White House, pitting advisers against each other to battle over ideas.
Chris discusses Anthony Scaramucci being named the new White House Communications Director, Sean Spicer’s resignation as Press Secretary and the dangers of not getting enough sleep. He spoke with author Joshua Green about his new book, ‘Devil’s Bargain,’ at 8:00 and Cameron Rupp from the Philadelphia Phillies about the first annual ‘Ruppapalooza,’ to benefit the PSPCA at 8:20.
Chris discussed Donald Trump’s criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia investigation, OJ Simpson being granted parole and Elon Musk proposing a hyperloop from New York To Washington. He spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about the best way to go about health care reform at 7:00 and comedian Steve Trevino at 8:00, who will be performing at Punchline Philly this weekend.
Kris Kobach says Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission is only seeking publicly available information on voters.