Comedy Central’s “Colbert Report,” hosted by comedian Stephen Colbert, aired its final episode last night, and as is common when something is over or nearing its end, we tend to look back and review the meaningfulness of it all.
Over the weekend, the Senate passed a $1.1 trillion “Cromnibus” bill that averted a government shutdown.
The cartoon appeared in the Bucks County Courier Times and depicted kids asking Santa Claus to “keep us safe from the police.”
Templeton Fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute and La Salle University professor, Ed Turzanski, spoke with WPHT morning show host Chris Stigall about the report.
The countdown begins for Sixth Annual Feast of the Seven Fishes at Vie on December 15th.
We might be looking at another government shutdown similar to the more than two week long one we experienced October of last year if action is not taken.
One person’s job should have no effect on the career of their spouse, at least according to “Meet The Press” host Chuck Todd.
5:30am- Jeff starts off the show talking about the big Eagles-Cowboys game from yesterday. Jeff thinks the Eagles are now a lock to win the NFC East. He also believes the team could go deep […]
5:30am- Jeff reviews the audio from George Stephanopoulos’ interview with Officer Darren Wilson. In the interview Officer Wilson says he was attacked by Michael Brown and was forced to defend himself. 7:00am- Civil Rights attorney Brian Chacker […]
5:35am- After 3 months, a grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson. Jeff discusses the public’s reaction to last nights verdict in Ferguson, Missouri. 6:10am- Following the Ferguson verdict President Obama said “This […]
Charles “Chip” Hummer III, M.D. told WPHT morning host Chris Stigall that the Medicare system is flawed and needs to be strengthened.
The earliest alleged victim of rape by Bill Cosby is speaking out publicly 45 years after she alleged the events occurred.
Lt. Governor Peter Kinder told WPHT morning host Chris Stigall that he supports that decision.
Michael Grant, also known as ‘Philly Jesus’ was arrested over the weekend for disorderly conduct and failure to disperse, but his lawyer, Charles Gibbs told WPHT morning host Chris Stigall that he feels that the Philadelphia Police are “trying to crucify” Grant for spreading his faith
Cohen, a self-proclaimed supporter of the President on most issues, told WPHT morning host Chris Stigall that he was “very surprised” and does not agree with Obama’s announcement of a push for stricter net neutrality rules.