Chris discussed NFL player Adrian Peterson being deactivated by the Minnesota Vikings after being arrested for disciplining his child, Secretary of State John Kerry’s clarification on war with ISIL, and Hillary Clinton’s trip to Iowa. He talked to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00 and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00.
Chris discussed the Thursday Night Football broadcast’s address of domestic violence, the withdrawal of a class action lawsuit against David Letterman, and Ted Cruz being booed off stage by a Christian group. He talked to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday at 7:00, Ray Didinger at 8:00, and Author Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz at 8:20.
Chris discusses the happenings over the weekend regarding Russia’s involvement in a rocket attack that downed a Malaysian Airlines plane last week and Israel’s invasion into Gaza, as well as Rory McIlroy stating he is “proud of himself” following his win at the British Open. He talks to Jeff Roe and Chaka Fattah Jr. on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00 and Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg at 8:20.
Chris discusses the crash on the New Jersey Turnpike that injured Comedian Tracy Morgan, the latest details in the detainee swap for POW Bowe Bergdahl, and Hillary Clinton’s defense of the speaking fees she has charged since leaving the White House. He talks to Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg and Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Chris covers the latest in the saga of Donald Sterling, the latest union ad against liquor privatization and Secretary of State John Kerry comparing Israel to an apartheid state. He talks to Wendell Young from the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1776 and Foreign Policy Analyst Ed Turzanski.
Chris analyzes Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s decision to veto a bill opposed by gay groups, the trouble Muslims have running Sharia compliant businesses, and the details of an Al Gore Climate summit. He also talks to Congressman Jim Gerlach about his latest proposal.
Chris cover the Eagles huge win in Chip Kelly’s coaching debut and Secretary of State John Kerry’s gaffe that may lead to a solution in the crisis with Syria. He talks to foreign policy expert Ed Turzanski and CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger.
Chris continues his coverage of the developing events in Syria and also talks with Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Comedian Bobby Lee.
Chris continues covering the developments from Washington as the President prepares to launch a military operation against Syria. He also discusses Mayor Michael Nutter’s response to criticism from the teachers union and he talks to Queen Latifah before the launch of her syndicated daytime television show.
Chris reviews the political response to the events in Egypt, the plane crash in San Francisco, and the implementation of the saggy pants ban in Wildwood. He also talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel and Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Teresa Heinz Kerry is hospitalized at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
Chris discusses Philadelphia Police Chief Charles Ramsey’s tesitmony in Congress about assault weapons, John Kerry’s confirmation hearings for Secretary of State, and Katie Couric’s interview with Manti Te’o. He talks to Walt Hunter about the murder of a Center City doctor, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and Comedian Brian Posehn.
The Brain Dead Republican Congress has had some low points, but last week’s Senate vote on a United Nations treaty for the disabled was notable in its outrageousness.
Chris recounts his evening buying Powerball tickets and a Christmas tree. He previews President Obama’s lunch with Mitt Romney later today and talks to Congressman Pat Meehan about the prospect of Republicans agreeing to raise taxes to avoid the fiscal cliff. He also debates whether any conditions should be placed on shore communities rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy.
Obviously, one does not need a math degree of any sort to realize that something is amiss with these figures and thereby needs further explanation. It appears as though their number of those who found work, the number of new jobs created, or both are inaccurate.