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Chris discussed the demise of HitchBOT, the Papal Pass lottery, and President Obama’s new regulations on power plant emissions. He talked to 161st District Candidate for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Lisa Esler, about tomorrow’s special election at 6:20, Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about Vice President Joe Biden potentially running for President at 7:00, and sports analyst Beasley Reece about Chip Kelly’s relationship with his players at 8:00.
Chris details Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s trip to Pat’s and Geno’s in South Philly, the Phillies trade of Jonathan Papelbon, and National Lasagna Day. He talked with Author Ron Kessler about his book, The First Family Detail, at 7:20 and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine about their Best of Philly issue at 8:00.
Chris discussed the Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage and the resignation of Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg. He also talked with Colin Hanna and Jason Springer on the Monday Morning Matchup, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine.
Rich analyzed the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding a major portion of the Affordable Care Act, Hulu Plus releasing the entire catalog of Seinfeld, and Apple pulling all Civil War games from iTunes.
Rich discusses the reaction in the media the a series of New York Times articles on Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s finances, New Jersey studying the viability of later starting times for schools, and what could be the next escalation of the Iraq war. He also spoke with Kelly Phillips Erb from Forbes, Pennsylvania State Representative Jordan Harris and author Ann Coulter.
Lee Siegal Speaks Out About His Controversial Editorial Explaining Why He Defaulted On Student Loans
Siegal told Dom Giordano on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that the poor and lower-middle class have no real advocates in the halls of power.
Rich covered a New York Times story on Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s driving record, a video released yesterday of a police officer in McKinney Texas forcibly restraining a 15-year-old girl, and a man being prosecuted in Montana for hate speech for denying the Holocaust.
Dr. Pamela Gallin recommends vision screenings be taken as seriously as vaccination requirements with uniform standards. Kids who can’t see, can’t learn.
Rich discussed the tabling of a bill in New Jersey that would allow drivers to pump their own gas, more revelations from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails, and calls for the privatization of Amtrak. He talked to Jesse Walker and Ira Stoll from Reason and attorney Robert Mongeluzzi.
Rich discussed an appeals court ruling on NSA surveillance, a Baltimore police report on the incident that resulted in the death of Freddie Gray, and Kim Kardashian being shouted down by animal rights activists. He talked with former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino, Dr. Mazz, and attorney Marc Goldich.
The Rhodes Scholarship program is expanding to include students in China, but there are some concerns.
Political Pundit And Columnist: Mounting Accusations Against Hillary Clinton Could Damage Presidential Run
Political pundit and columnist Eleanor Clift questioned whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be able to survive the latest accusations of impropriety that have been leveled against her in the book Clinton Cash, by Peter Schweizer.
Attorney Lanny Davis: ‘Known The Clintons For More Than 45 Years And Never Known A Moment Of Dishonesty’
Davis takes contention with the claims in the book that he feels are just inferences and not facts.
In the country’s most prestigious colleges, first-gens – often from low-income homes – are speaking up about their unique needs and administrators are listening.
Although it’s not nail-bitingly suspenseful and rooting interest is nowhere to be found, it is at least cerebrally absorbing throughout.