Chris talks to Philadelphia Mayor Candidates Milton Street and John Featherman as well as State Senator Richard Alloway about the castle doctrine and financial analyst Chris Butler about the U.S. long term outlook.
Chris discusses Milton Streets growing list of endorsements, the double standard surrounding “boobies bracelets” and talks to S.E. Cupp about religion and politics and Scott Franzke about the Phillies series in Washington.
Chris discussed the firefighters union endorsement of Milton Street for mayor, a rower that helped rescue a driver that crashed into the Schyukill and talked to Chris Butler about how a shutdown would effect the economy.
The union that represents city firefighters — which has battled Mayor Nutter on contract issues and station brownouts — is now endorsing Nutter’s sole Democratic challenger: Milton Street.
Chris discusses the possibility of a government shutdown and an attack on two students in Swarthmore. He talks to Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe about the possibility of ending Saturday delivery, Republican Mayoral Candidate Karen Brown about her campaign and the Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everyone Loves Raymond.
Happy April Fools Day. Chris welcomes mayoral candidate Milton Street into the Talk Radio 1210 studio. He gets ready for Phillies Opening Day with Beasley Reece, talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and talks to Congressman Steve King about the lastest in the budget battle.
On today’s show, Milton Street compares himself to Moses and the President still hasn’t clearly defined the Libyan mission. Chris also talks to Chris Butler for Finance Friday and CBS Military Analyst Jeff McCausland.
Chris was shocked to learn that drivers in New Jersey pump their own gas. He talked to David Brooks about his book, The Social Animal, and CBS News Consultant, Mike Lyons.
Milton Street will be back before a Philadelphia judge Monday as he fights Mayor Nutter’s efforts to kick him off the May primary ballot.
There were oral arguments held before a Philadelphia judge on whether two City Council members, a city commissioner, and a mayoral candidate were eligible to remain on their respective ballots.
The Nutter campaign will go before a judge arguing that Milton Street, brother of former mayor John Street, should not be on the May 17th primary ballot.
Philadelphia’s election season is in full swing, as dozens of candidates for mayor, City Council and other offices filed their nominating petitions for the May primary.
The only person so far ready to challenge Mayor Nutter in the May Democratic primary is none other than Milton Street — former state senator, brother of former Mayor John Street, and most recently a prison inmate.