Chris discusses President Obama and Governor Christie’s upcoming trip to the Jersey Shore and a protester that heckled the President over drone strikes. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Comedian Pete Holmes.
Chris previews todays unveiling of President Obama and Vice-President Joe Biden’s plan to reduce gun violence, discusses the House of Representative’s passage of a $51 billion package of aid relief and the confession of a Pt. Richmond man who called in a bomb hoax for a flight from Philadelphia to Dallas in September. He also talks to Judge Andrew Napolitano, Tom McGrath from the Philly Post and Larry Ward, the founder of Gun Appreciation Day.
Chris awaits tommorrow’s report on gun violence from Vice-President Joe Biden, he reviews the weekends NFL playoff matchups and the Golden Globe awards, and he explains the evolution from the Obamacare mandate to a mandate “plus.” He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna about the fight to raise the debt ceiling.
Chris previews his interview later today with Vice-Presidential Candidate Paul Ray and thinks that the Republican Senate Candidate in Missouri, Todd Akin, should drop out of the race after his comments about rape and abortion. He also talks to Senate Candidate from New Jersey, Joe Kyrillos, about the Akin affair and his race against Bob Menendez.
Chris discusses Maxine Waters and the Congressional Black Caucus critique’s of President Obama, Christine O’Donnell walking off the Piers Morgan Show, and a wedding shop refusing to sell a dress to a lesbian.
Chris talks to CBS 3’s Chris May about his interview with President Obama, Daily News Columnist Will Bunch on CEO pay and State Representative Mike Turzai about his bill to privatize liquor sales.
Chris examines President Obama’s 2012 election campaign and questions the clarity of his foreign policy agenda. He talks to Fox News Contributor Lis Wiehl about her new book, the NFL lockout and Piers Morgans non-existent ratings. Also, he talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel and, for the first time, Mayor Michael Nutter.