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.
Chris discussed reports of a fake Russian email influencing the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails, the Republican candidate in today’s special election in Montana assaulting a reporter and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer not being able to meet the Pope.
Chris discusses a local companies connection to the Manchester bombing, Melania Trump not wanting to hold Donald Trump’s hand again and Former CIA Director John Brennan’s testimony before Congress. He spoke with George Neumayr, the author of The Political Pope, about Donald Trump’s visit to the Vatican at 6:20 and John Hopkins, the caretaker of the Christ Church Burial Ground, about the re-opening of Ben Franklin’s grave stone at 7:20.
Author George Neumayr says Pope Francis is no friend of Donald Trump and wanted him to lost last year’s election.
Author David Brog says the Western Wall is in Israel and would like the Trump administration to acknowledge it.
Chris discussed the terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, Jersey Shore towns being named on a list for the best places to visit in the Summer and the makeup of Bill Cosby’s jury. At 7:20, he spoke with author David Brog about Donald Trump’s visit to Israel and his book, ‘Reclaiming Israel’s History.’
Foreign policy Ed Turzanski says Donald Trump’s speech in Saudi Arabia on terrorism hit all the right notes.
Chris reviewed Donald Trump’s speech in Saudi Arabia, missing funds left over from the Democratic National Convention and Jim Kenney’s appearance in a 60 Minutes segment about sanctuary cities. At 7:00, he spoke with foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski about the implications of Trump’s speech.
John Dickerson, the Moderator of Face The Nation, assesses whether the claims of Donald Trump’s ties to Russia have any merit.
Chris discussed recent testimony from James Comey refuting any interference into investigations, charges being filed against the engineer in the 2015 Amtrak derailment and an ice cream flavor being named after Joe Biden. At 700, he spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about the influence of the chaos in Washington on the financial markets and at 8:20, he talked to John Dickerson, the Moderator of Face The Nation on CBS, about whether the investigation into Donald Trump’s ties with Russia will consume Washington.
The GOP is every bit the loathsome creatures of the D.C. swamp the Democrats are.
Paul Mango, a Republican candidate for Governor, says higher taxes introduced under Tom Wolf are holding back the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Chris discusses former FBI Director Robert Mueller being named special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the election and collusion with the Trump campaign, a recording of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy saying he thinks Russia is paying Donald Trump and the death of musician Chris Cornell. At 800, he spoke with Jon Hoyt and Jennifer Sherlock about the All-Star Craft Beer and Wine Festival and Paul Mango, who yesterday announced his run for Governor of Pennsylvania, at 8:20.
Andrew McCarthy, from National Review, says he does not think Donald Trump illegally intervened to stop a federal investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
Delivery man Jim Leary describes taking some pizzas to passengers stranded on a train.
Chris discusses reports that Donald Trump urged former FBI Director James Comey not to investigate Michael Flynn, Pennsylvania primary results and a man arrested in Arizona for threatening a Congresswoman. He talked with pizza delivery man Jim Leary about taking a pizza to a broken down Amtrak train at 7:35 and Andrew McCarthy from National Review about the reports on Donald Trump and James Comey at 8:20.
Chris discussed a Washington Post report that Donald Trump disclosed classified information to the Russians, an pizza place delivering a pizza to a broken down train and Kellyanne Conway’s relationship with Morning Joe. At 7:25, he spoke with Pat Taggart, Director of the documentary, ‘The Billboard Boys,’ and Jay McCalla from Philadelphia Magazine to preview primary election day at 8:00.
Chris discussed former DNI James Clapper saying our institutions are under threat, Saturday Night Live’s parody of Sean Spicer and why working class Americans voted for Donald Trump. At 8:00, he spoke with Mark Greenberg, one of the founders of the World Series of Entrepreneurship.
Today Chris talks the James Comey firing, and Andrew McCabe taking the helm of the FBI. A local Judge asks the Philadelphia DA to charge Amtrak engineer with a crime after a deadly crash two years ago, and Chris Christie is banning children getting married in New Jersey. Chris talks with comedian Joe Matarese, who will be at Helium Comedy Club. Face The Nation’s John Dickerson calls in to talk with Chris.
Today Chris talks about the firing of Jim Comey and reaction to it. Chris spotlights the Executive Director Of The Union League of Philadelphia John Meko Jr. and Good Citizen Day, which was held at the Union League. Chris talk with the former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe DiGenova about the Jim Comey firing and then chats with comedian Jessica Kirson. Chris talk to the owner of Rouge, Rob Wasserman about the Philly Burger Brawl.
Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey says Republicans in the Senate should base their healthcare bill off of what passed in the House of Represenatives.
Chris discussed the testimony of Sally Yates and James Clapper before Congress, anarchists vandalizing cars in Philadelphia and relationships breaking up over the election. He talked with Andy Pincus from Carbonator Rental Service about the impact of the soda tax on his business at 7:20 and Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey about how the Senate will deal with the healthcare bill passed by Republicans in the House of Representatives at 8:20.
Chris reviewed the results of the French election, the reaction to House Republicans passing a healthcare bill and Saturday Night Live’s reaction to Joe and Mika’s engagement. At 7:00, he previewed a special report from CBS 3 reporter David Spunt on the hidden treasures of Philadelphia.
Chris Stigall: Seriously, you liberal lunatics – what in the name of Hillary Clinton is your problem?
Michelle Malkin said she doesn’t need a lecture from an emotional Jimmy Kimmel about the need for expanded healthcare.
Sebastian Gorka says the White House would like further Congressional investigations into Hillary Clinton’s handling of State Department email.
Chris discussed the engagement of Joe and Mika, Stephen Colbert’s response to the fallout from his rant against Donald Trump and the World Air Sex Championship. At 7:20, he spoke with comedian Greg Behrendt, who will be at Helium Comedy Club this weekend, White House Adviser Sebastian Gorka about the investigation into leaks from the FBI regarding the 2016 election at 8:00 and columnist and author Michele Malkin about her latest piece, ‘A Thinking Mom’s Message for Jimmy Kimmel’ at 8:20.
Chris discussed why he loves Eagles QB Carson Wentz, Hillary Clinton saying she would’ve won the election without Jame’s Comey’s email and a girl who wants to be a Boy Scout.
On this morning’s show, Chris discussed Congress having reached a new budget agreement, teachers protesting in Philadelphia, and Ann Coulter’s appearance on “The View.” At 7:15am Salena Zito, CNN contributor and Washington Examiner Columnist, joined the show to discuss remarks Trump made about Andrew Jackson and the Civil War during an interview she conducted. At 8am Kurt Schlichter, author and senior columnist for TownHall.com, checked in to talk about his new article “100 Days of the #Resistance’s Humiliating Failures.” At 8:20am David Green, the founder of Hobby Lobby, called in to discuss his new book, “Giving it All Away…And Getting it All Back Again.”
On this morning’s show, Chris discussed President Trump’s decision to hold a rally in Harrisburg, PA instead of attending the annual White House correspondent’s dinner, an assistant principle at a high school in Downingtown, PA who was suspended after a confrontation with a teen over an abortion demonstration, and Trump’s appearance on Face the Nation. At 7:15am Author William Hazelgrove joined the show to discuss his new book “Forging a President: How the Wild West Created Teddy Roosevelt.”
Authors of Shattered, Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, explain the collapse of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.