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Chris talks to Chris Butler about gas prices and oil speculation, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece about the Flyers and Sixers playoff battles, reviews Boeings battle with their union and wonders why the media is paying so much attention to the Royal Wedding.
Chris is angry about how the media is covering the rising energy prices, recaps the President’s Facebook town hall, examines the Philadelphia Orchestra’s bankruptcy and debates the designation of a hate crime. He talks to Fox News Senior National Correspondent, John Roberts, about Marcellus Shale drilling in Pennsylvania and James Babb, co-founder of Do Not Fly.
Chris talks to Seth Everett about the Phillies, the Chairman of the Philadelphia Orchestra Association, Richard Worley, about the bankruptcy filing of the orchestra, and KYW Reporter Tony Romeo about developments in Harrisburg surrounding Marcellus Shale.
Chris talks to Philadelphia Mayor Candidates Milton Street and John Featherman as well as State Senator Richard Alloway about the castle doctrine and financial analyst Chris Butler about the U.S. long term outlook.
Chris sleeps through the new FAA air traffic controller mandates. He talks to Phil Levota and Jeff Roe in the Monday Morning Matchup about the debt ceiling and Donald Trump and asks Charlie Manuel about the Phillies win over the Marlins yesterday.
Chris talks to tax expert Edward Lyon about filing your return, film maker Morgan Spurlock about The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Beasley Reece about the Phillies and still finds time to work in the latest reactions President Obama’s budget plan.
Chris discusses Milton Streets growing list of endorsements, the double standard surrounding “boobies bracelets” and talks to S.E. Cupp about religion and politics and Scott Franzke about the Phillies series in Washington.
5:43 Tastykake has been sold to a company in Georgia. Now there is anger about a payout being made to CEO Charles Pizzi. 6:12 President Obama says he regrets his 2006 vote against raising the […]
Chris examines the aftermath of Friday’s deal to avoid a government shutdown. He talks to Christopher DeFelice about rescuing two people whose car crashed into the Schyukill River, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey about staying in Philadelphia, and Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel.
Chris discussed the firefighters union endorsement of Milton Street for mayor, a rower that helped rescue a driver that crashed into the Schyukill and talked to Chris Butler about how a shutdown would effect the economy.
Chris discusses the possibility of a government shutdown and an attack on two students in Swarthmore. He talks to Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe about the possibility of ending Saturday delivery, Republican Mayoral Candidate Karen Brown about her campaign and the Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everyone Loves Raymond.
Chris breaks down the battle over the budget and the Republicans fear of being blamed for a government shutdown. He talks to Tom Joyner, co-owner of Milkboy Coffee, who is engaged in a battle with unions, Phillies Play-By-Play Announcer Tom McCarthy about last night’s loss to the Mets and to Jeff Gaynor about his junk food tour.
Chris examines the legacy of John Adler, the decision of President Obama to continue using military tribunals to try Guantanamo detainees, toads crossing the road in Roxborough and talks to Rick Santorum about the 2012 Presidential Campaign.
Chris recounts his experience at Phillies opening day, talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel and Shonda Schilling, the wife of Curt Schilling. He also debates the comparison between Libya and Iraq on the Monday Morning Matchup and prepares for the President’s visit to Bucks County on Wednesday.
Happy April Fools Day. Chris welcomes mayoral candidate Milton Street into the Talk Radio 1210 studio. He gets ready for Phillies Opening Day with Beasley Reece, talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and talks to Congressman Steve King about the lastest in the budget battle.