Economist Chris Butler agrees with Bernie Sanders that the fees paid to Hillary Clinton by Goldman Sachs do look improper.
The Weekly Standard’s Jonathan Last looks ahead to the New Hampshire primary.
Experts and pundits react to the last Republican debate in Iowa with Chris Stigall
Mike McCaul, the Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, says the terrorist threat to Americans continues to grow.
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 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 Stigall responds to Sarah Palin’s endorsement of Donald Trump by pointing out he is not a real conservative.
Ray Didinger pointed out new Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson’s thin resume while explaining why this is a risky hire for the team.
Chris Stigall called Donald Trump’s attack on Ted Cruz off base and antithetical to the entire message of his campaign thus far.
Former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu tells Chris Stigall that Hillary Clinton performed well enough to keep Joe Biden from entering the race for the 2016 Democratic nomination for President.
Beasley Reece was happy with the Eagles performance against the Saints and is optimistic heading into their showdown with the Giants next week.