Bill Roberts loved going to work. That might surprise some, since this 40-year-old worked as a police officer on the streets of Camden.
Congressman Bob Brady joined school district and union officials to make a push for the jobs bill proposed by President Obama. Vice President Biden will also be in the area on Tuesday.
Chris responds to the Occupy protests, analyzes Herman Cain’s rise in the campaign for the Republican nomination for President and updates the latest in the Fast and Furious case.
Chris examines the end of the Phillies season and discusses it with Manager Charlie Manuel. He also talks to Comcast Sportsnet’s Ray Didinger about the Eagles loss in Buffalo and to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Chris continues his coverage of the Occupy protests and discusses their lack of message with Steve Cordasco. He re-visits his interview with Sharyl Attkisson about her coverage of Fast and Furious and talks to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about tonight’s game 5 between the Phillies and Cardinals and this week’s Eagles matchup with Buffalo.
Chris reviews Chris Christie’s latest decision not to run for President, Starbucks plan to ask customers for $5 extra to help stimulate the economy and the lastest in the Fast and Furious case. He talks to Seth Everett about last night’s huge Phillies playoff win in St. Louis.
Chris reviews the Republican Debate and analyzes it with John Hayward from Human Events. He also talks to Penn Jillette about his new book, God Knows.
The president has a jobs bill that he promises “will put people to work,” mainly school teachers, construction workers, and law enforcement officials.