Chris reviews Mitt Romney’s stop in the Delaware Valley on Friday and investigates a lewd act at a local supermarket. He talks to CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger, Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup, Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel, and Steve Moore from the Wall Street Journal.
NJ Sen. Frank Lautenberg calls it a “reverse Robin Hood” plan — taking from the middle class to give tax breaks to the wealthy.
Chris reviews his adventures on the Phillies Rally Trolley, talks to Steve Cordasco about the Buffett Rule and to Beasley Reece to review the Phillies opening day win and to preview the Flyers playoff series against the Penguins.
Chris reviews the media coverage of the latest transgression by the silicone injecting Black Madam compared to the coverage of an FBI raid on Congressman Chaka Fattah’s son. He talks to Bill Kristol, the guest at the next Red Meat Tour, (tickets are on sale now at cbsphilly.com/redmeat) and remembers the life of Monkee, Davey Jones
Nathan Kleinman, 29, is believed to be the first member of the “Occupy” movement to announce his intention to run for US Congress.
Chris talks to Joe Rooney, a Republican attempting to run against Allyson Schwartz in Pennsylvania’s 13th Congressional District, Dave Buck, the Phillies Senior VP of Marketing and Advertising, to get ready for the start of Spring Training and Pennsylvania State Representative Daryl Metcalfe about his bill to allow citizens to challenge the city of Philadelphia’s gun control laws.
Chris analyzes the results of last night’s Florida Primary, discusses the death of Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua and talks to Nathan Kleinman, an Occupy Protester attempting to challenge Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz in the Demcratic Primary.
A Philadelphia-area congresswoman has become the first Democrat in Congress to call on Anthony Weiner to resign his House seat.
When voters head to the polls in the Philadelphia suburbs today they will be casting ballots in some very closely watched Congressional elections.
In Campaign 2010, from the Jersey Shore to the big suburban counties in Pennsylvania, the tightness of several congressional races is causing a lot of campaign advisers to lose sleep.