Rand Paul: 'The Most Interesting Man In Politics'Time Magazine’s cover this past week features Rand Paul and calls him “The Most Interesting Man in Politics.” For once, Time Magazine is on the money.
Stigall Show Log 9.9.14Chris discussed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's decision to allow sports gambling in the state and the latest video released of NFL player Ray Rice knocking out his fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator. He also talked with Zac Macmath of the Philadelphia Union at 8:35.
Philadelphia Vatican Watchers Think Time's Choice Was Good One<em>Time</em> magazine has announced its choice of Pope Francis as its "Person of the Year."
Time Magazine Cover Featuring Gov. Christie Generates BuzzChristie easily coasted to a double digit re-election victory, but it's the cover of Time Magazine that has more people abuzz in the days following the election.
Stigall Show Log 11.7.13Chris assesses Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' testimony before the Senate on the rollout of healthcare.gov, Congressman Jon Runyan's decision to not seek re-election, and what the future holds for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has his landslide re-election on Tuesday.
Stigall Show Log 7.18.13Chris discusses some supermarket and pharmacy's decision not sell this month's issue of Rolling Stone, Jimmy Carter's issue with race, and Philadelphia Council President Darrell Clarke's idea to use additional sale tax revenue for employee pensions.
Gov. Christie Again Named To Time Magazine's '100 Most Influential People'The magazine released its annual list Thursday. Christie also made the list in 2011.
Time Magazine's New Cover Stirs Up Controversy Time Magazine's cover shocker has just about everyone talking.
Stigall Show Log 4.10.12Chris 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.
Study: Marriage Could Become Optional, ObsoleteA new study out Thursday showed more and more Americans believe marriage could become optional or even obsolete.