Chris reviews his appearance at yesterday’s Homeruns for Hearts fundraiser at Citizens Bank Park, Senator Pat Toomey’s assessment of why his gun legislation failed to pass, and Kermit Gosnell’s lawyer’s decision not to call a witness in his defense. He talks to Congressman Frank Lobiondo, Melissa Henson from the Parents Television Council, Comedian Gilbert Gottfried, and the founder of Retro Fitness, Eric Casaburi.
Chris discusses the dismissal of some charges in the trial against Kermit Gosnell, Pat Toomey’s response to the delays caused by FAA furloughs, Pennsylvania Democrats efforts to get Governor Tom Corbett to accept the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, and the reported motivation of the Boston Marathon bombers. He also talks to J.D. Mullane from the Bucks County Courier-Times.
After the trial judge dismissed three of the eight murder counts against abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell because of insufficient evidence, the defense has begun.
A defense lawyer has fallen ill, causing a delay in the murder trial of Philadelphia abortion provider Kermit Gosnell.
Chris gives updates on the fertilizer plant explosion in Texas and discusses the failure of the Toomey-Manchin compromise to pass in the Senate, as well as, CNN’s wrongly reporting an arrest in the case of the Boston Marathon bombing. He talks to David Keene, the President of the NRA, J.D. Mullane from the Bucks County Courier Times, former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino, and body language expert, Dr. Lillian Glass.
Chris expands the show to four full hours this morning by discussing the ongoing debate on gun control and media coverage of the Kermit Gosnell trial. He talks to Governor Tom Corbett from Chile, Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel from Miami, Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup, and Dick Morris before he begins his new show on Talk Radio 1210.
Chris is suspicious of Senator Pat Toomey’s secret negotiations of gun control legislation as well as the media coverage of the Kermit Gosnell trial. He talks to Tom Fitton from Judicial Watch, Frank Gaffney from the Center for Security Policy, Author Richard Miniter about his book, Leading from Behind, and President of the Heritage Foundation, Jim DeMint.
There were sharp exchanges during testimony Thursday in the murder trial of abortion Doctor Kermit Gosnell.
Dr. Kermit Gosnell is charged with murdering seven born-alive babies and an adult woman who died during an abortion.
Opening statements and the start of testimony are underway in one of the most gruesome and disturbing criminal cases in Philadelphia history.
Prosecutors preparing to try a Philadelphia abortion doctor charged with killing a patient and seven babies want the jury to hear evidence he allegedly ran a pill mill and let unskilled workers practice medicine.
Nearly all of the state’s abortion clinics are expected to remain open under a tougher law that raises surgical standards as a response to grotesque conditions discovered at a Philadelphia clinic two years ago, state officials said Monday.
West Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell’s wife may not be with him at the defense table for his trial. Her lawyer and prosecutors are working out a possible guilty-plea agreement. Sources say under the deal, she would not testify.
Two workers inside the West Philadelphia abortion clinic run by Dr. Kermit Gosnell have pleaded guilty to third degree murder charges.
Defense attorney Jack McMahon explains, “the theory is that you don’t transfer property to your uncle for a dollar and then say you don’t have anything later on.”