Forget about that $10 office pool. Sure, there are 30 people in it, and the first place prize is $250. That’s chump change to Warren Buffett and Dan Gilbert.
Chris reviews the crisis that may prevent Philadelphia Schools from opening on time, NBC News’ reaction to the networks planning of a Hillary Clinton mini-series and Democratic efforts to draw Governor Tom Corbett into a battle over gay marriage. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Comedian Aries Spears.
Chris provides updates on the roller coaster blown out into the ocean in Seaside Heights by Hurricane Sandy and one of the stars of Two and A Half Men calling his show filth. He says he does not want his sons asking for dolls for Christmas and warns against the drama that could be caused from joining an office lottery pool. He also talks to Tom McGrath from the Philly Post.
Chris suffers through a review of last night’s Eagles loss, their seventh in a row with CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger. He takes issue with Chris Christie’s statements when announcing he plans to seek a second term and analyzes the comments of Angus Jones who says his show, Two and A Half Men, is filth. He also talks to Maureen Ferguson, from the Catholic Association, about the latest court challenge to Obamacare.
Chris reviews last night’s event at the Constitution Center with Ann Coulter. He talks to Rick Santorum about the presidential election and whether or not Pennsylvania is in play. He also talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece to preview this weekend’s Eagles matchup.
The savior of many a Philadelphia arts nonprofit is tapped to help another struggling institution — the city’s daily newspapers.
President Obama delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday night, outlining his vision for what he calls a fairer economy for American families. As KYW Newsradio’s Larry Kane reports, the address was part State of the Union, part campaign speech.
Chris talks to Seth Everett about last night’s Phillies Playoff loss in St. Louis, Fox News Legal Analyst Lis Wiehl about her book, Waking Hours, and CBS News Reporter Sharyl Attkisson about her coverage of the Fast and Furious scandal.
Chris believes much of the Hurricane coverage is overhyped and predicts Monday’s response if the storm misses us directly. Joe Lieberman discusses keeping the Sabbath and Stephen Murphy talks abolishing the state liquor law.
Chris responds to Warren Buffett’s call for higher taxes on the rich. He talks to Conservative Columnist Mark Steyn about his new book, After America and to Christine O’Donnell about her new book, Trouble Maker.