Dom Giordano spoke with Nathan Benefield from the Commonwealth Foundation about the organization’s opposition to a cigarette tax in Philadelphia to help fund city schools.
Chris reviews President Obama’s State of the Union Address and talks to John Hayward from Human Events, Economist Peter Morici, and Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation.
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 results from yesterday’s Senate primaries in New Jersey, another key delay in the implementation of Obamacare, and the shooting of a police officer in North Philly. He also talks to Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Chris talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about their series in Los Angeles against the Dodgers, Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation about the Pennsylvania legislature’s failure to pass alcohol privatization, and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about the immigration bill currently being debated in Washington. He also discusses the NFL’s decision not to promote the Affordable Care Act and the raise in SEPTA fares.
Chris details the restraining order issued that could provide a lung for a Newtown Square girl in need of a transplant and the collapse of a building yesterday in Center City. He talks to Senator Pat Toomey and hosts a debate between Katrina Anderson of the Commonwealth Foundation and Wendell Young of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union on the privatization of Pennsylvania’s state owned liquor stores.
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.
A study from the Commonwealth Foundation finds that children who attend schools with the worst academic performance in Pennsylvania are five times more likely to be a victim of violent crimes in school.
Chris is left speechless at the latest attack on Mitt Romney. He discusses the ouster of Joe Banner from the Eagles and a black bear loose in New Jersey. He talks to Bob Ingle and Michael Symon about their new book on Chris Christie and to Matt Brouillette of the Commonwealth Foundation about about food stamp fraud and a union contract that could end privatization hope of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
Chris reviews the fallout from Mitt Romney challenging Rick Perry to a $10,000 bet at Saturday Night’s debate, previews Jerry Sandusky’s Preliminary hearing, talks to the Commonwealth Foundation’s Matt Brouillette about a controverisal ad from the PA LCB and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach on the Supreme Court’s decision to hear the case of Arizona’s illegal immigration law.
Chris addresses the stories of sexual harassment charges against Herman Cain, talks to Anderson Cooper about the last Republican Debate and welcomes Mayor Michael Nutter into the studio in advance of next week’s election.
Chris hosts a debate on whether or not to privatize Pennsylvania’s state run liquor stores, he talks to Judge Andrew Napolitano about his new book and updates the latest with the Occupy Wall Street Protests.
Chris reviews the latest in the Fast and Furious Scandal and ESPN pulling Hank Williams Jr from Monday Night Football. He talks to the Commonwealth Foundations, Matt Broulliette, about the effort to privatized the state’s liquor stores and CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen on the Amanda Knox case.
Chris discusses the conflict over President Obama’s job speech. He talks to Matt Brouillette of the Commonwealth Foundation about the privatization of Pennsylvania’s liquor stores and to Governor Tom Corbett about dealing with Hurricane Irene.
A group of Pennsylvania lawmakers visited Philadelphia today to hear testimony on the idea of selling off Pennsylvania’s state-owned liquor stores. The move could fetch $2 billion or more, according to some estimates.