Comcast says that for its business and its customers, it’s critical for the company to be part of the political process.
Chris discusses the latest efforts in the House of Representatives to defund Obamacare, Baltimore Ravens Quarterback Joe Flacco’s decision to play a game instead of attending the birth of his child and the CEO of Starbucks request that customers not bring guns into their franchises. He also talks to WIP’s Howard Eskin to preview tonight’s Eagles game against Andy Reid and the Chiefs.
Chris discusses the latest regarding the IRS scandal and it implications for the 2014 mid-term elections. He talks to Author and Columnist Mitch Albom, Comedian Kevin Pollack, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece and Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday.
In a years-old security bulletin, the government warned people not to use cell phones when pressure cooker bombs are suspected because it could trigger an explosion.
Chris responds to the President’s warnings about sequestration and is excited about a bill to finally privatize Pennsylvania’s liquor stores. He talks to Wolgang Puck to discuss the OSCAR’s Governor Ball that he will be catering and to Tom McGrath from the Philly Post. He also brings, Manning, the Piazza Pet of the Week in to get adopted.
Chris updates the case of the City of Philadelphia pursuing Yuengling Brewery for over $6 million is disputed taxes and how New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s weight will effect his political career. He talks to Senator Pat Toomey, David Martosko from the Daily Caller, and Author Jonathan Last about his book, Demographic Disaster.
Chris and Dom Giordano review the 2012 Presidential Election and take your calls. Dom talks to Governor Tom Corbett, John Hayward from Human Events, and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on a special edition of the Matchup.
Chris assesses the damage and response to Hurricane Sandy. He discusses the crossover of the political response to the hurricane into presidential campaign and the status of Pennsylvania as a fading blue state. He also talks to Politico’s Kevin Cirlli and Maureen Ferguson from the Catholic Association.
Chris covers every angle of the aftermath from Hurricane Sandy. He talks to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and reviews the steps he and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took to keep people safe and restore services. He also talks to CBS 3′s Jenn Bernstein and Walt Hunter in Atlantic City.
The Republican National Convention is “opening the wall” so to speak to give followers across the country access to everything.
Chris recounts last night’s disappointing Flyers performance and the best dog recipes from Twitter. He talks to Sidney Barthwell, who attended High School with Mitt Romney and Law School with Barack Obama, Congressman Pat Meehan about the GSA scandal and Danny Bonaduce about the death of Dick Clark.
Chris discusses Rick Santorum’s decision to drop out of the Republican Presidential Primary and analyzes the repercussions with John Hayward of Human Events. He debates the suspension given to Miami Marlins Manager Ozzie Guillen for professing his love for Fidel Castro and also talks to Todd Zolecki from MLB.com and Tom McGrath, the Editor of Philadelphia Magazine.
Chris addresses the Phillies slow start and talks about the opening series in Pittsburgh with Manager Charlie Manuel. He discusses the alledged Republican “war on women” on the Monday Morning Matchup with Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe and to Politico Reporter Mike Allen about “Inside the Circus”, and e-book he co-authored about the Republican Primary Campaign for President.
Chris reviews the media coverage of the latest transgression by the silicone injecting Black Madam compared to the coverage of an FBI raid on Congressman Chaka Fattah’s son. He talks to Bill Kristol, the guest at the next Red Meat Tour, (tickets are on sale now at cbsphilly.com/redmeat) and remembers the life of Monkee, Davey Jones
In protest of two bills in Congress that would aggressively crack down on illegal Internet content, Wikipedia is offline today. But it’s far from the only site speaking out over free speech concerns. That appears to be having an impact on Capitol Hill.