Republican Presidential Primary
Chris reviews the latest Obama Campaign attack ad against Mitt Romney and the latest polling that shows Romney ahead. He talks to Filmmaker Kevin Williams about his documentary, Fear of a Black Republican, and to Dr. Craig Wax about a town hall meeting he will be participating in called Restoring Medical Freedom.
Chris reviews yesterday’s primaries in Pennsylvania, the return of a Michael Landon Plaque in Collingswood, and talks to Dan Dizio, CEO of Philly Pretzel Company.
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 talks to Larry O’Connor of Breitbart TV about his exclusive interview with Mitt Romney, Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino about his run for Senate and the Secret Service scandal, and Spike Eskin about the release of the Eagles Schedule and the Phillies inconsistent start.
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 talks to Senator Pat Toomey about the Jobs Act and the Republican Presidential Primary. He investigates the hierarchy of grocery stores, asks who is to blame to the deadly fire in Kensington and laments the Phillies slow start and stagnant offense.
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 is very exicted for opening day of the Phillies season. He talks to an opponent on gambling in Valley Forge, reviews last night’s Pennsylvania Republican Senate Primary Debate with Dom Giordano and allegations that Mitt Romney used sandwiches to buy votes in Wisconsin.
Chris talks to Rick Santorum about his candidacy for President and staying in the race in the face of the long odds he faces against Mitt Romney. He also talks to Lisa Bloom about her book, Think, and to Victor Fiorillo of the Philly Post.
Chris to the Chairman of the RNC Reince Priebus about the Supreme Court’s hearing of the Affordable Healthcare Act case and the current state of the Republican Presidential Primary and he discovers why some people hate Bruce Springsteen.
Chris analyzes the Voter ID BIll that passed the PA legislature. He talks to Gene Epstein about his Hire Just One program, State Senator Lisa Boscola about her plan to legalize NCAA basketball pools, and to Jason Mattera about his new book Hollywood Hypocrites.
Chris previews Super Tuesday with John Hayward from Human Events, discusses the primary campaign with Robert Traynham, a political analyst and former staff member to Rick Santorum, and debates the merits of bounites in the NFL with former Eagle and WIP Host Ike Reese.
Chris Christie has repeatedly said he will not run in this Presidential election, but Sunday on CBS’s Face the Nation the New Jersey Governor did leave the door open for the possible number-two spot.
Chris talks to Governor Tom Corbett to get updates on selling the LCB, how to curtail rising college costs, and welfare spending. He discusses the death of Whitney Houston with Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell and also Mitt Romney’s performance at CPAC with Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe.
Chris analyzes the results of last night’s Florida Primary, discusses the death of Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua and talks to Nathan Kleinman, an Occupy Protester attempting to challenge Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz in the Demcratic Primary.