Americans For Prosperity
Chris reviews Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s response to criticism of her decision to end an investigation into government corruption, the President’s sanctions against Russia, and basketball coach Roy Williams’ pitch for healthcare.gov. He talks to Kerry Vincent from the Food Network and Jennifer Stefano from Americans for Prosperity.
Chris discusses the visit to North Philly by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, underemployment in the city, and wild turkey’s on the loose in Delran. He also talks to Jennifer Stefano from Americans for Prosperity and Elizabeth Stelle from the Commonwealth Foundation.
Chris discusses the guilty verdicts in the Kermit Gosnell trial and the latest developments in political scandals involving the IRS investigating conservative political groups and the Justice Department accessing phone records of Associated Press reporters. He talks to CBS 3′s Walt Hunter, Jennifer Stefano from Americans for Prosperity, Sam Rohrer from the PA Pastors Network, and former MTV VJ, Nina Blackwood.
Chris reviews the weekend coverage of last week’s vice-presidential debate. He talks to Ray Didinger about the Eagles loss to the Lions, Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup, Don Adams from the Independence Hall Tea Party Association, Jennifer Stefano from Americans for Prosperity, Rob Johnson from Xfinity Live, and Steve Moore from the Wall Street Journal.
Chris discusses the President’s latest attack ad against Mitt Romney, a scam to defraud Comcast, rumors of Romney’s Vice-Presidential pick, and sports gambling in New Jersey.
Chris analyzes the President’s stop at the Franklin Institute last night for a fundraiser. He talks to the Philly Posts Kevin Cirilli from the Jerry Sandusky trial and Jennifer Stefano from Americans for Prosperity about Mitt Romney’s chances of winning Pennsylvania.
A conservative political action group is putting pressure on New Jersey legislators to remove the state from a regional effort to reduce greenhouse gases. And the group is making progress.
A national anti-union movement is trying to reduce the influence of public employees unions, including here in Pennsylvania.