Departing from my usual focus on a singular topic, today’s column addresses several recent events in the news.
Rich covers the case of a man killed by a police officer in South Carolina, the reaction to Rand Paul’s run for President, and the University of Michigan canceling a showing of American Sniper. He also talked to Shaneen Allen about her pardon from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Utah Senator Mike Lee about his new book, Our Lost Constitution.
An unlicensed doctor has won a new theft and conspiracy trial because she was tried with rogue Philadelphia abortion provider Kermit Gosnell.
Chris discusses the latest details in the race for Pennsylvania Governor and the House Select Committee on Benghazi. He also talks to comedian Hal Sparks and Victor Fiorillo of the Philadelphia Magazine.
Emily Letts, a counselor at a South Jersey women’s health center, says her video is a virtual way to hold the hand of any woman who’s confronted with an unexpected pregnancy.
Chris covers the NBA’s decision to ban Donald Sterling for life, the City of Philadelphia’s decision to ban smoking in public parks and Allyson Schwartz interview with an editorial board. He talks to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Fifty-one-year-old Steven Massof was sentenced Wednesday to six to 12 years in prison for killing two viable babies born alive during abortion procedures.
Despite what the critics say, a new study reveals the MTV series “16 and Pregnant” and “Teen Mom” did not glamorize teen pregnancy, but instead played a large role in reducing teen births.
A Philadelphia doctor already serving life in prison for performing rogue abortions has been sentenced to a concurrent 30 years for distributing painkillers.
Chris breaks down last night’s Eagles loss to Andy Reid and the Chiefs, the latest efforts in the House and Senate to defund Obamacare and the Pope’s latest statements on gay marriage and abortion. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Beasley Reece for CBS 3, Ray Didinger from CSN Philly, and Comedians, the Sklar Brothers.
Convicted West Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to running a “pill-mill” from which thousands of prescriptions for pain-killers were distributed.
Chris analyzes the popularity of country music in the Delaware Valley, Philadelphia’s place on the list of snobbiest cities in the country, and the split opinion’s of American’s on gay marriage. He also speaks with Navy Vice Admiral Nanette Derenzi about and Inquirer Reporter Jason Nark.
A spokeswoman says Governor Corbett will sign a bill that would prohibit coverage of most elective abortions from being offered by a federally-run health insurance exchange starting next year.
Sentencing was postponed Wednesday for two women who pleaded guilty for their work at a corrupt, grimy Philadelphia abortion clinic whose owner was convicted of killing babies born alive.
Defense Attorney For Convicted Abortion Doctor Defends Gosnell, Admits There Should Be Changes To Late Term Abortions
The attorney for Kermit Gosnell spoke with Dom Giordano to defend Gosnell’s character and admit there needs to be changes to late term abortion laws.