News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | December 16Chris discussed the revamped version of 'Baby It's Cold Outside', Facebook's fight against fake news stories and Donald Trump's Thank You Rally in Hershey, PA. He spoke with Chris Butler during Finance Friday regarding the possible appointment of Larry Kudlow at 7:00. At 8:00, he spoke with CSN's Ray Didinger about the football world. He also spoke with John Dickerson, moderator of Face The Nation, regarding Ivanaka Trump's role in the White House, Donald Trump leasing his hotel in D.C. and more at 8:20.
Zeoli Show Log 08.08.16Rich discussed Donald Trump's speech in Detroit, smoking on NJ beaches, and the Jersey bill banning motorist from drinking coffee while driving. He also discussed the latest poll numbers, Jimmy Buffet endorsing Donald Trump and New Jersey's law requiring pets to buckle up too. Rich spoke with Sniper Nicholas Irving at 4pm and Comedian Karith Foster at 5:20pm.
Economist: Trump Does Not Get ManufacturingEconomist Chris Butler questions Donald Trump's understanding of manufacturing and companies' decisions to move jobs overseas.
Economist Takes Issue With Pope's AddressEconomist Chris Butler spoke out against Pope Francis' address on economics, challenging his assertions on the faults of market capitalism.
Professional Cycler To Attend Graduation And Ride In Cycling Classic On Same DayFirst he will head to commencement at Swarthmore College, and then he will follow that up by riding in the Philly Cycling Classic.
Local College To Open Center For EntrepreneurshipThe idea is to bridge different fields of interest with an eye on marketing a product or service.
Penn Gets $25M Gift For Politics, Economics Departments The University of Pennsylvania has received $25 million to create a new home for its departments of political science and economics.
Drexel Professor Weighs In On The Rising Price Of GasolineA gallon of regular is now $3.65 in Philadelphia, $3.50 in New Jersey on average up six cents and five cents, respectively, from last week.
Washington Watch: Who's To Blame For The Gridlock? The Non-Voters!The loss of the U.S. AAA bond rating should be more than a wake-up call - it’s an alarm. With a dow falling 634 points as a result of Standard & Poor’s downgrade, there is no doubt about the serious impact on our economy. Combined with what is happening in Europe, responsive action is imperative.
Washington Watch: Profiles In CowardiceSenator McConnell’s proposal to raise the U.S. debt ceiling reaches a new low in Congressional profiles in cowardice.