Chris discusses the problems faced by National Youth Enrollment Day, Karl Rove’s defense of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and the Phillies’ signing of A.J. Burnett. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup on the impact of the Affordable Care Act on November’s elections.
Chris covers the latest round of negotiations to end the government shutdown, the special Senate election in New Jersey between Cory Booker and Steve Lonegan and polling about how politically divided Americans are. He talks to Author Ann Coulter and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Chris continues covering the developments from Washington as the President prepares to launch a military operation against Syria. He also discusses Mayor Michael Nutter’s response to criticism from the teachers union and he talks to Queen Latifah before the launch of her syndicated daytime television show.
Chris continues his shore of the Jersey shore from Wildwood this morning. He discusses the Senate’s passage of an immigration reform bill, the testimony from the star witness in the trial against George Zimmerman, and the indictment filed against the surviving Boston Marathon bomber. He talks to the Mayor of Wildwood, Ernie Troiano, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece, and the voice of Roger Rabbit, Charlie Fleischer.
Both political parties – Republicans and Democrats – are known for getting carelessly carried away with name calling when stakes and tensions are high in the political arena. Regardless, there is no excuse for the type of name-calling that has surfaced over the past week.
Chris reviews all the details from last night’s debate and breaks it down with an all-star cast of Governor Tom Corbett, John Bolton, Ann Coulter, John Hayward, Michael Bronstein, and Colin Hanna.
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 reviews yesterday’s court ruling postponing implementation of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law until after this year’s election and the longer video of a police officer striking a woman. He also talks to Senator Pat Toomey, Cara Blouin, producer of the Republican Film Festival and Tom McGrath from the Philly Post.
Chris reviews video of a police officer striking a woman at the Puerto Rican Day Parade and discusses it with CBS 3′s Walt Hunter. He also talks to Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation and Ann Coulter.
Chris discusses his time at last night’s Phillies home finale, Ann Coulter’s confrontation with Whoopie Goldberg on The View, and the latest update of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Comedian Jon Lovitz, and CBS 3′s Beasley Reece.
Chris interviews Vice-Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan at rally in West Chester. He also talks to Ann Coulter about her new book, Mugged, which is out in September, and voices his opposition to Todd Akin staying in his race for Senate in Missouri.
Wishing a pink slip on anyone during these economic times may be harsh, but for saying that Romney’s Romneycare in Massachusetts would have saved Soptic’s wife and drawing conservative ire across the country, Andrea Saul deserves it.
Chris continues to examine the controversy surrounding a Super PAC ad attacking Mitt Romney and the latest response from a Romney spokesperson. He also reviews his appearance at PAL Night with the Phillies and Andy Reid returning to Eagles one day after his son’s funeral.
Chris looks back to last night’s Red Meat Tour Stop with Ann Coulter at Union Trust Steakhouse in Center City and analyzes the speeches on the debt talks by President Obama and John Boehner.
Chris talks to CBS 3′s Chris May about his interview with President Obama, Daily News Columnist Will Bunch on CEO pay and State Representative Mike Turzai about his bill to privatize liquor sales.