Broadcasting from Lenny’s Diner in Clearwater, FL, Chris details and accident involving Charlie Manuel, the lack of women in managment positions and a plan to require gun purchasers to take an anger management class. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
A Wilmington couple was arrested after police found an arsenal of guns and more than 5,000 bags of heroin in their possession.
Chris reviews the latest calls from President Obama for Congress to act against gun violence, the denials from New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez that he ever partied with prostitutes in the Dominican Republic, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s appearance on David Letterman. He talks to Actor Henry Winkler, Executive Director of PA GOP, Mike Barley about the privatization of state liquor stores, and Sexologist, Dr. Jill McDevitt.
A youth hockey association is raising money by raffling off guns.
Mercer County officials say more than 2,500 weapons were turned in for cash during a two-day gun buyback program in the state’s capital.
On January 23, police executed a search warrant at the home on Red Oak Trail after a month-long investigation revealed the suspect was operating an illegal distilling apparatus.
The Philadelphia Pension Board has voted to sell stocks that are tied to the gun industry, if companies don’t adhere to a new set of principles, designed to reduce gun violence.
At a time when the debate over gun control is at the forefront of American politics, Buffalo Wild Wings has come under fire for signs that were allegedly posted at some of its locations.
A Haddon Township man and known member of an anti-government extremist group has been arrested for the illegal possession of numerous firearms.
Reading police found the children on Tuesday when they raided a suspected drug house after getting complaints from neighbors.
Pennsylvanians are lining up to buy firearms in the aftermath of the Connecticut school shootings, but dealers say gun owners’ anxiety over a potential gun-control crackdown was driving up sales before the Sandy Hook massacre.
A statement posted on Dick’s website expresses sympathy for the victims’ families. It says sales of modern sporting rifles will be suspended during “this time of national mourning.”
Authorities say a gun buyback program in Camden this month brought in a record number of weapons.
The FBI says firearms dealers nationwide swamped call centers with nearly 155,000 required buyer background check requests, a roughly 20-percent increase from last year’s previous one-day record.