State Of The Union Address
Chris discusses the diminished expectations of Barack Obama’s Presidency, MSNBC’s apology for a tweet, and previews the Super Bowl. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger, and Comedian Bob Marley.
President Obama’s new myRA pilot program aims to get more people to save at an earlier stage in life. Financial advisor Joel Naroff says it’s a good starting point.
Chris reviews President Obama’s State of the Union Address and talks to John Hayward from Human Events, Economist Peter Morici, and Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation.
The members of the group sat together during the State of the Union Address signaling their commitment to cut through the gridlock and start making Washington work again.
Chris discusses the merger between US Air and American Airlines, the lasting political impact to Marco Rubio after his response to the State of the Union Address, and the President’s role in introducing sequestration. He also talks to Leroy Velasquez, who runs a website offering patrons the opportunity to pay for dates.
When President Obama presents his State of the Union tonight, a third generation educator from the financially-strapped Chester Upland School District will be sitting in the First Lady’s viewing box.
Chris talks to CBS 3’s Natasha Brown in Happy Valley covering the ceremonies following the death of Joe Paterno and to John Hayward to analyze last night’s Republican debate. He also responds to a Daily News editorial criticizing him for his reactions to their coverage of the Bill Conlin child molestation scandal
Two days after the city’s deadline passed for Occupy Philly protestors to get out of Dilworth Plaza, the ranks have thinned but dozens of tents still remain with only a light police presence.
The speechwriters are working overtime at the White House, preparing Tuesday night’s State of the Union address.