Rich covered Mitt Romney’s decision not to run for President next year, Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord’s resignation, and Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman’s Super Bowl Sunday dilemma.
Political consultant Jeff Jubelirer thinks family concerns were primary to Romney’s decision.
After a three-week flirtation with another run for president, Mitt Romney said definitively on Friday that he will not seek the White House in 2016.
On today’s show Chris discusses the latest on Charlie Hebdo, the current attack on freedom of speech, and former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee’s decision to publicly question whether or not President Obama should let his daughters listen to Beyonce music. Chris also talks with comedian Colin Quinn and former United States Secret Service agent Dan Bongino.
Rich talked about the reaction to the latest edition of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in France, the re-defining of prostitution in Seattle, and Nancy Grace’s interview with rapper 2 Chains. He also talked to Ariela Migdal from the ACLU about her representation of a woman fighting to keep her job while she is pregnant.
Rich covered the reinstatement of fraternities at the University of Virginia, Chris Christie’s State of the State Address in New Jersey, and another potential Mitt Romney run for President. He talked to Jim Steyer from Common Sense Media about the Student Privacy Protection Act and Christine Flowers about the relaxing of sanctions by the NCAA against Penn State.
Rich discussed the latest news regarding the terrorist attacks in Paris, the ban on foie gras in California being lifted and Nevada Senator Harry Reid’s claim that he does 250 pushups a day. He also talked to Scott Shackford from Reason about President Obama’s proposal to make community college free for more students.
On Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Chris Stigall talked to author and fellow Talk Show Host Dick Morris about his new book, Power Grab, and the upcoming 2016 Presidential election.
Chris discusses the aftermath of baseball’s trading deadline, which saw the Phillies make no moves, Senator Mark Udall of Colorado calling for the resignation of CIA Director John Brennan and State Senator Daylin Leach’s trip to Colorado to assess their legalization of marijuana. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday at 7:00 and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00.
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.
I’m talking about the Mitt Romney that I saw in a new documentary that followed the Romney family behind the scenes through the presidential campaigns of 2008 and 2012 and debuted on Netflix last Friday.
Pennsylvania’s voter ID law heads back to court Monday after nearly a year in legal purgatory. Opening arguments begin this afternoon in a trial that is expected to last two weeks.
Chris discusses the legality of delaying the implementation of Obamacare, the closing of two coal plants in Pennsylvania, and the continued effort to push through immigration reform. He also talks to Actors Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Beverly D’Angelo and to Tom McGrath from the Philly Post.
Chris discusses the aftermath of sequestration and the consequences for President Obama, Mitt Romney’s interview with Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday, and Louis Farrakhan’s birth control conspiracy claims. He also talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on this week’s Monday Morning Matchup.
Chris welcomes the day of sequestration and analyzes the response to the White House “threat” against Bob Woodward. He also discusses the Obama Administration urging the Supreme Court to strike down Proposition 8 in California. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about Phillies Spring Training, and CBS News Reporter Sharyl Atkisson.