Debbie Wasserman Schultz
The “when” is settled. Still unknown is the “where.”
Chris discussed Game 2 of the World Series, the shooting at the Canadian Parliament and the daughter of a Delaware County State Senate candidate calling her father a liar. He also talked to author Mark Will-Weber about his new book, Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt.
Chris discussed President Obama appointing an Ebola Czar, next month’s mid-term elections and the World Series, which is set to begin tomorrow. He talked to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00 and whiskey sommelier Heather Greene at 8:20.
Chris prepares for his trip to the Republican National Convention next week. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and the new President of the Eagles, Don Smolenski.
Over 35,000 union workers were estimated to have attended this afternoon’s Stand for America rally at Eakins Oval.
Chris agrees with President Obama that this year’s election will be about different governing philosophies. He discusses an Amish buggy that was held up by a gunman, media coverage of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law and the new investigation that will be funded by Joe Paterno’s family to clear his name.
Hundreds of women and some men attended the Women Vote 2012 Summit at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Monday night.
Female supporters of Mitt Romney were preemptively reacting to an Obama presidential campaign event at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Chris reviews last night’s special event with Ed Rendell at the National Constitution Center and looks ahead to today’s ruling on Obamacare by the Supreme Court. He also chronicles the return of Chase Utley to the Phillies lineup and talks to Linday Gray, now starring in the TNT re-boot of Dallas.
Chris discusses the Wisconsin recall election and polls that say Americans are more divided now than any time in recent history. He talks to Kevin Bleyer, a writer for the Daily Show about his book, Me, The People, Congressman Pete Sessions about the 2012 Congressional elections, and Andrew Blum, author of his new book, Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet.
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 explains why venture capitalists help businesses like Pep Boys and the Inquirer and Daily News. He talks to Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano about beach tags and unemployment for seasonal workers. He also discusses Newt Gingrich being sued for use of the song, “Eye of the Tiger.”
Chris analyzes the fallout from Teamster President James Hoffa’s comments on Labor Day. He talks to Pat Meehan about the potential closing of two local Sunoco refineries and Dom Giordano about the strike by high school teachers at Catholic High Schools in Philadelphia.
For many, the only image that existed of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords after the shooting in Tucson on Saturday was of her on a stretcher.