April 3, 2020
There’s some fuzzy math on the coronavirus death count and mainstream media is starting to warm up to it. Stigall explains the knots media are tying themselves in as they cover this pandemic and President Trump’s work to battle it simultaneously. Then, Brad Palumbo of the Washington Examiner discusses the Trump administrations war against red tape to make the fight more fluid and less bureaucratic on the front lines. Plus, a fantastic conversation with the one and only Adam Carolla.
April 2, 2020
Today’s show is sort of a love letter to the country’s private sector. The continued devastation to the American economy is very tough to watch. Even harder living through it. Stigall discusses his own experience with it, and also hosts a great conversation with Mike Lindell, the inventor of My Pillow. Plus a conversation with the United States Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette on what the future of oil and energy consumption looks like as an important sector of our economy.
April 1, 2020
Traditionally today would be a big day for pranks, but no one is much in the mood this year. Now that President Trump has predicted a bad two or three weeks ahead and the new 100K-240K death models coming from Doctors Fauci and Birx, media guarantees its what’s going to happen. Stigall doesn’t see it that way, it won’t surprise you. And because we all could use a laugh, we check in with our favorite comedian turned radio host – from Fox Across America on Fox News Radio is Jimmy Failla!
March 31, 2020
Stigall wants to know the data behind the rolling cable news body count. He wants to know what’s working medically, and what’s not. He wants to know what we’ll look like on the other side of this pandemic culturally, economically, and geopolitically. And economist Steve Moore forecasts what our economy looks like this year and how much longer our nation can grind to a hault.
March 30, 2020
President Trump listens to his coronavirus task force doctors and recommends the country stay quarantined and socially distant for at least another month. Stigall has the latest news and developments on hydroxychloroquine. Biden continues to Biden from his Delaware bunker. And US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue stops by the show to discuss our nation’s food supply chain and innovations in helping feed kids who need help during this shutdown.
March 27, 2020
A rising star in on the scene of the coronavirus story is Dr. Deborah Birx of the White House Coronavirus Task Force. Over the last days, she has systematically tamped down media hysteria and overblown, manufactured predictions and projections that simply haven’t panned out. Plus, US Senator Pat Toomey talks about the stimulus bill he helped craft and the responsibilities governors will have in getting their states back on line.
March 26, 2020
Now that it appears Congress will inject $2.2 trillion dollars into the economy, markets seem to be ticking up again. Rhetoric of dramatic spread and death seems to be cooling, and more perspective and rearview reflection on how we’ve handled this pandemic is occurring. Stigall interviews Paul Kempinski, President and CEO of Children’s Mercy Hospital – Kansas City. Why weren’t some hospitals prepared? Were we not creative enough in our thinking? How can we better prepare for the next time? And much
March 25, 2020
President Trump says he’d like to see the country back to work by Easter. But a great many governors and mayors don’t share that view. Brietbart’s John Hayward returns to discuss Biden’s poor showing and how the politics of the coronovirus battle shake out. Then Sports Illustrated’s Justin Grasso visits with Stigall about sports owners and how some are navigating the tough economic times. Fans aren’t happy about it.
March 24, 2020
President Trump answers questions on Fox News live this afternoon and we listen in live where he makes news suggesting he’d like to see the country “opened up and ready to go by Easter.” Meanwhile, the battle in Congress rages over a two trillion dollar stimulus. Rachael Bovard from the Conservative Partnership Institute combs through the 1,400 page pork-laden legislation. Then, Julie Kelly from American Greatness questions how governors are behaving in the midst of this coronavirus outbreak.
March 24, 2020
He’s the Director at the National Institute for Health and is the leading medical voice on the White House’s Coronavirus Taskforce. Stigall asks him about his relationship with President Trump and if there’s any truth to the new reports there’s a rift between them. Does he think the media is covering this virus and our national response to it fairly? Plus, Stigall does a lightning round of listener submitted questions.
March 23, 2020
Recent Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient General Jack Keane discusses what our national preparedness for a pandemic looked like previously, and how he sees that changing going forward. Then, Sinclair TV’s Eric Bolling – host of “America This Week” believes he has a much better stimulus plan than anything Congress or the White House are arguing over today. Why he says D.C.’s plan is all wrong and won’t stop a coming recession.
March 20, 2020
For some good news, check out Stigall’s column today about the American people and free market ingenuity “finding a way” in this unprecedented time. Stigall welcomes former Secretary of the United States Senate – Kelly Johnston discusses the government response and the media coverage of COVID-19. Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute then discusses her controversial assessment of shutting down commerce in a column getting lots of attention titled “Compared To What?”
March 19, 2020
Some corners of the news media have gone out of their minds in discussing the fight on COVID-19. Stigall JIPs the very latest on exciting potential virus therapies. Then, journalist Sharyl Attkisson returns to dispute the New York Times attack on her work this week. Matt Schlapp returns since his CPAC conference became “ground zero” for coronavirus coverage to discuss how the media and politics have compromised the importance of the fight.
March 18, 2020
Stigall carries President Trump and Vice President Pence’s daily press briefing on their coronavirus task force. Then, an extended conversation on the backbone of the nation’s economy – the small business owner and employee. No matter where you live or for whom you work or where you shop, this conversation applies to you and is important as we discuss the country moving forward in the fight with COVID-19.
March 17, 2020
Today’s show is about as loaded up with information as one podcast can hold on COVID-19. Stigall talks to the Secretary of PA’s Department of Health Dr. Rachael Levine. Now that school kids are home for the foreseeable future, it means new challenges for kids and their parents. Dr. Meg Meeker returns to discuss healthy family conversations and behavior through this time. Economist Steve Moore speaks to Stigall about his forecast for the economy and what he’s recommending to President Trump today.
March 16, 2020
The great debate online and on social media has ranged from “this is overreaction” to “you’re not taking this seriously enough.” People’s health must be considered, but so must people’s finances. The politics of this also cannot be ignored even if it seems ill-timed. Then, what we need to learn about the role of government in our lives at a time like this. John Hayward from discusses the philosophical implications of a government in total control in an emergency.
March 13, 2020
Stigall revisits his conversation last week with Philadelphia-based Dr. Judd Hollander of Jefferson Health Systems. Where do things stand for those on the front lines of caring for the sick? What’s the truth about testing for coronavirus? When should someone go to a doctor, and when should someone pick up a phone? Important information, plus practical facts in column from our friend Sharyl Attkisson which Stigall reads in full today. And a Friday mailbag!
March 12, 2020
After days of sudden hysteria regarding COVID-19, real journalists are slowly starting to put this into perspective. Sharyl Attkisson has an eye-opening conversation with Stigall on the truth behind medical reporting. Inflated numbers from the CDC. It’s something critical to think about as Americans alter their way of life personally and financially. Plus, President Trump holds an impromptu press conference full of new information directly from his mouth and we carry it all in full.
March 11, 2020
After Joe Biden cleans up across the country in primary elections, Bernie Sanders’ campaign is on life support. There was a lot to unpack and learn about last night’s turn-out.Coronavirus is here to stay for a while, and that means prudent actions, over reactions, and straight up panic. We continue to keep the show fact-based and fun with fantastic guests! Fox Across America radio host Jimmy Failla,’s John Nolte, and Trump 2020 campaign communications director Kayleigh McEnany.
March 10, 2020
More common sense in the midst of coronavirus coverage. Storm Paglia from the “Triggered” podcast and Stigall’s colleague at sorts through the latest mind-numbing media panic. What do we really know about the virus? Has the Trump administration handled this correctly so far? Then, economist Steve Moore helps explain the rough day on Wall Street yesterday and what he thinks the economy has in store for us long haul.
March 9, 2020
If you’re someone prone to buying into cable news fear mongering, and you desperately need a big-government answer to all the problems of the world – this isn’t your podcast. If you’d like an honest non-hysterical look at the stock market dip, the spread of the coronavirus, the criticism of the federal response, etc – this is your show. This isn’t a show for panic-prone folks. But if you are self-quarantining, at least you’ll have a great show to listen to.
March 6, 2020
Coronovirus nonsense is back in the news because we’ve had a break in the Democrat primary action. So, the markets are falling, schools are starting to close, travel business is falling – what’s real? Stigall talks with Dr. Judd Hollander of Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia, PA about the myths, facts, and unknowns at this hour. Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk visits with Stigall for a deep dive into the state of conservatism with America’s youth and his brand new book “The MAGA Doctrin
March 5, 2020
Today’s show is inspired by Stigall’s latest column “Moderate Is A Myth.” The media drives the idea Biden and a handful of other Democrats are fundamentally different than Bernie Sanders. Then, author Wilfred Reilly discusses the many myths we’re no longer allowed to discuss. Gender, race, equality, affirmative action, immigration, and so much more. Plus, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer threatens the Supreme Court and we JIP Mitch McConnell’s response from the Senate floor.
March 4, 2020
Not so fast, Joe! Biden has a big night last night during Super Tuesday thanks to the party’s help, but Bernie is still very much alive and showing no signs of letting up. Expert analysis from’s John Hayward. Which Democrat does President Trump want to run against? And Christian Toto from Hollywood In Toto critiques the evolution of an icon in spoken word – Howard Stern. An interesting discussion on the evolution of media in 2020.
March 3, 2020
After a 24-hour endorsement blitz by Democrat-drop outs, media is pretending Joe Biden has the “Joe-mentum.” Stigall believes Bernie has all the mojo. Today, he talks with Trump 2020 campaign communications director Marc Lotter. Then, Brad Palumbo of discusses the rise of Mayor Pete in this election cycle. And MSNBC’s Chris Matthews makes a sudden exit last night. Stigall explains what really happened.
March 2, 2020
So much hysteria and misinformation over caronavirus. The press is has been disgustingly dishonest and many on the left, though not all, are nearly cheering financial market collapses and widespread illness they hope wounds Donald Trump politically. Meanwhile, continuing with the theme of a dishonest press, Joe Biden wins one primary in his 40 years of running for the presidency and our media wants you to believe he’s a serious contender with Bernie. And we say goodbye to Mayor Boot-edge-edge.
February 28, 2020
Stigall is on the road for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington D.C. Today, he’s allowed to sneak backstage for a one-on-one with Kimberly Guilfoyle. You’ll also hear analysis from some of the leading names and players in conservative commentary, – James O’Keefe from Project Veritas, former intelligence specialist Lt. Colonel Tony Schaffer, former Trump National Security Council Chief of Staff Fred Fleitz, the hilarious Diamond and Silk, and “Pawnstars” star Rick H
February 27, 2020
Stigall is on the road for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington D.C. A day late, but don’t miss the always fantastic post-Democrat debate coverage with Brietbart’s John Hayward. Then Stigall talks to Matt Schlapp – President of the American Conservative Union. And a drive by surprise with Congressman Doug Collins who became a star for the Republicans in the House during the impeachment Schiff Show!
February 25, 2020
If you’ve been campaigning and a public figure long enough, then decide you’d like to assume the highest office in the land – eventually your words come back to haunt you. Plus, an interesting peak behind the curtain of the Democrat’s fear of Bernie as Stigall parses Rahm Emmanuel’s visit with Stephen Colbert on the Late Show.
February 24, 2020
Bernie Sanders racks up another victory and establishment Democrats have basically concluded there may be no stopping him. The hysteria is – depending on your point of view – hilarious or alarming. President Trump heads to India and receives a mind-blowing international welcome. Stigall talks with White House Deputy Communications Director Adam Kennedy about the trip, the state of the 2020 race, Coronavirus, SCOTUS, and more.
February 21, 2020
President Trump heads west to capitalize on Mini Mike Bloomberg’s dig at farmers across the country. Elizabeth Warren continues to bask in her victory after scalping Mini Mike on the debate stage. Good Morning America turns former Representative Katie Hill into a martyr over bisexuality. Plus interviews with Joe Concha and Gordon Chang on relations with China now that the Coronavirus has crippled their nation.
February 20, 2020
The Democrats debate in Sin City with the new addition of Mini-Mike Bloomberg! It was the epic throw-down Stigall was hoping for. Meanwhile President Trump rallies in Phoenix and the dichotomy couldn’t be starker.’s John Hayward returns for stellar analysis and don’t miss Stigall’s piece at on the fraud of Bloomberg being pushed on the country at large.
February 19, 2020
Now that Michael Bloomberg has bought his way on the Democrats’ Las Vegas debate stage tonight, Stigall has many questions about how Democrats and the media (but we repeat ourselves) will treat “Mini-Mike.” Follow Stigall for live Twitter commentary tonight @ChrisStigall. Stigall JIPs a bizarre Blogoejvich press conference in Chicago now that Trump has commuted the rest of his prison sentence. Rumors AG Barr may want to resign over President Trump’s tweets, and Greta Thunberg – the musical?
February 18, 2020
Catching up on a few days news – Stigall tackles AG Bill Barr’s criticism of President Trump tweeting and the announcement Obama/Comey-era FBI Deputy Andrew McCabe won’t be criminally charged. Plus’s John Hayward drops in to talk Corona virus, his outlook on the Durham investigation of “Crossfire-Hurricane,” and the Democrat field. Then Salena Zito does what she does best – travels to and reports on corners of the country she says hold the key to Trump’s 2020 victory.
February 14, 2020
A Valentine’s Day special for those of you who love podcasts and talk radio as much as Stigall does. Listen in on a conversation between Chris and Michael Harrison – editor and publisher of, the talk radio/podcast trade publication of record. Michael is a radio veteran of over 50 years and has been its most vocal guardian and advocate. A deep dive into something we all love – talk radio and podcast!
February 13, 2020
Stigall’s latest piece at is the perfect companion to the cable news panic over Bernie Sanders. Then, Andrew C. McCarthy discusses the miscarriage of justice in the Roger Stone case and what he thinks President Trump will do about it. And how about a laugh with the hilarious comic Paul Mecurio who’s a long-time guest of Stigall’s from the Daily Show and Late Show. A great discussion of comedy and politics in 2020.
February 12, 2020
As Stigall parses the outcome of the first in the nation primary in New Hampshire last night – he’s joined from the campaign trail by President Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. Then, Matt Schlapp of the American Conservative Union talks with Stigall about the future of the conservative movement and has Trump changed it forever? And Jim Geraghty of National Review explains how he reads the tea leaves for Democrats after two states have voted.
February 11, 2020
The first in the nation primary is today and Stigall has it covered with exclusive interviews with the former Governor of New Hampshire John Sununu and on the campaign bus criss-crossing the Granite State for President Trump – David Bossie. Stigall also unpacks the myth of a new poll media is touting today showing any and all Democrats beating Donald Trump head to head. AG Barr cracks down on sanctuary cities. And the answer to the green energy movement may not be blowing in the wind after all.
February 10, 2020
The Democrats had a debate Friday night to cap off a rough week last week. Saturday Night Live really roughed them up, too. Bill Maher and Steve Bannon had an amazing back-and-forth worth hearing on the state of Democrats vs. Trump as well. Stigall continues to find more evidence the rift with in the Democrats’ party is real and alarming for many. Then Christian Toto takes us through another painful night in Hollywood as the Oscars totally forget their audience.
February 7, 2020
It’s been a week Stigall calls the definition of 2020. Monday’s Iowa Caucus meltdown that lead to no winner by today. The State of the Union triumph on Tuesday, Senate acquittal on Wednesday, and a victory lap yesterday at both the National Prayer Breakfast and the President’s press conference from the White House where he summed up the last three years of attacks on his administration as “bulls#*t.”
February 6, 2020
President Trump speaks live at the National Prayer Breakfast and provides his first comments since his acquittal yesterday in the US Senate. Then, Mitt Romney has Stigall officially changing his mind about the things he’s always said about Romney despite his 2012 loss to Barack Obama. Mark Lotter from the Trump 2020 campaign talks about the worst three days the President’s opposition has had yet. We check the mail bag and be sure to read Stigall’s tribute to Rush Limbaugh at
February 5, 2020
Stigall believes, without a doubt, last night’s State of the Union by President Trump was the best he’s ever heard, and a triumph for the country. But the news of Nancy Pelosi tearing up the speech at its conclusion had its own important message. It wasn’t a momentary lapse in judgment, it was very purposeful. Stigall explains. Plus reaction from Colonel Kurt Schilichter and a man in attendance from the President’s cabinet - Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette.
February 4, 2020
Democrats seem to be in a free-fall in Iowa and across the country. Trump delivers his State of the Union tonight, and the Senate will likely have bipartisan support for his acquittal tomorrow. Again – Democrat free-fall. Plus, some personal notes from Stigall on the Chiefs Super Bowl win and the sad news about Rush Limbaugh.
January 31, 2020
Stigall celebrates a special Red Friday as the Kansas City Chiefs head to the Superbowl Sunday to play the San Francisco 49ers. Catch Stigall’s fantastic conversations about championship football with some of the greatest minds in the game. Former Eagles, Chiefs, and Rams Superbowl winning head coach – Dick Vermeil. Jimmy Failla brings the funny from New York. And NFL Hall of Fame sports writer Ray Didinger breaks down the matchup and makes his prediction. GO CHIEFS!!
January 30, 2020
What’s the Coronavirus and what’s the US game plan to contain it? John Hayward covers China extensively for and has a complete perspective on what is and what our country’s next steps should be. Then Stigall and Hayward jump into the final act of the impeachment fiasco. In four days we’ve gone from BOLTON BOMBSHELL to this is over on Friday. What is going on? Also, they assess the 2020 Democratic field as we lurch toward the Iowa caucus.
January 29, 2020
What a day in Wildwood NJ as President Trump turns Southern New Jersey red! Join Stigall as he interviews the President’s advisor and 2016 campaign manager Kellyanne ConwayPlus, CNN’s Don Lemon and Republican strategist Rick Wilson confirm how much they hate Trump voters like the across the country. And former Secretary of the US Senate Kelly Johnston helps us sort through what’s going on with Republicans and the issue of witness calling during the impeachment trial.
January 27, 2020
A tragedy in the world of sports with the death of NBA star Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others aboard his helicopter which crashed in California. We talk with NBA expert Marc Zumoff about Bryant’s legacy and what he means to the NBA fan and community as well as cities like Philadelphia and LA. Then PA Senator Pat Toomey is the first US Senator to give us his perspective from inside the well of the Senate as the impeachment trial of Donald Trump continues.
January 24, 2020
President Trump makes history as the first American President to personally attend the 47th annual March For Life Rally today. Alison Centofante of LiveAction is on her way to the march and speaks to the importance of the day and the significance of Trump’s attendance. Meanwhile Andy McCarthy offers his assessment of the process thus far.. Real abuse of power isn’t in the White House – it was at DOJ.
January 23, 2020
Tulsi Gabbard is suing Mrs. Clinton for defamation at the same time Senators Klobachar, Sanders, and Warren are tied up in impeachment stupidity and unable to campaign. Biden has real reason to worry he’ll be forced to testify if Democrats continue to insist on witness calling. A recent episode of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” tries to make a point about MAGA hats, but it’s not the point they think they’re making. Plus, the mail bag!
January 22, 2020
Shorter show today as Stigall has important, high-level meetings with people who cut his check. But not before he spends some time with the one and only Kurt Schlichter on impeachment, the Virginia gun ban, and the future of the Democrat party.
January 21, 2020
Stigall is the dad of three. Two sons - 15 and 14, and a daughter - 11. Trying to raise and teach kids well is something many people know intimately. It’s challenging, rewarding, confusing, frustrating, and frightening at times. Dr. Meg Meeker and Stigall have a fantastic, long-form discussion on raising kids in our culture, with a specific (but not exclusive) focus on girls. Her new book is available now!
January 21, 2020
It’s a battle of the jowls! Mitch McConnell has introduced the rules for impeachment proceedings in the Senate. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer as well as his colleague in the House Adam Schiff aren’t fans of the plan. Dr. Meg Meeker talks with Stigall about her new book “Raising A Strong Daughter In A Toxic Culture.” And we check the mailbag.
January 20, 2020
For hard news junkies – Stigall kicks off today’s show with the New York Times’ historic endorsement of their favorite Democrat – and it’s hilarious. But, there’s little way to stop Stigall from talking about Andy Reid and his Kansas City Chiefs making their first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years! Sports Radio 810 WHB afternoon host Soren Petro catches up with Chris about the city’s long drought, the quarterback of the future, and the matchup in two weeks they’ve both waited their entire
January 17, 2020
We all need a break from impeachment. Besides, Stigall only has one thing on his mind anyway. First, Dr. Bill Weaver of LaSalle University discusses the latest standoff between Apple and Attorney General Barr. Hall of Fame sports writer and NFL enthusiast Ray Didinger of NBC Sports Philadelphia counsels Chris through his worries about the Andy Reid curse. Is it real? Who does he think wins the 49ers/Packers game? Who makes the big dance? It’s all in here.
January 16, 2020
Senator Elizabeth Warren has overplayed her hand in a moment of desperation when she claimed Bernie Sanders told her a woman can’t win the presidency. Bernie’s backers are furious at both Warren and CNN. Stigall’s latest Townhall column details how Bernie and his voters won’t go quietly this time. Brad Polumbo from the Washington Examiner details Warren’s history of lying and Cardi B running for Congress. Plus, Pelosi gives yet another surprise press conference and Stigall JIPs it all – like
January 15, 2020
Pelosi officially hands off articles of impeachment to the Senate, but not before former Secretary of the Senate Kelly Johnston helps us understand what’s going on procedurally and how he thinks this ultimately ends. Trump gave another stem-winder in Milwaukee last night while Warren and Sanders fought to a draw in another debate. Former DNC Chair and PA Governor Ed Rendell explains the state of play inside the Democrat party. And a very special someone is headed to jail. Find out who. Come on in!
January 14, 2020
President Trump receives an uproarious welcome at the college national championship game last night. One celebrity is catching heat for actually being caught talking with him and being friendly. As the Democrats prepare to debate tonight, Elizabeth Warren launches a bomb on Bernie. Plus, Christian Toto breaks down the Oscar nominations and unhinged political Hollywood.
January 13, 2020
Stigall attempts to help his Kansas City Chiefs get over the post-season hump and into the Super Bowl. So far it’s working. Pelosi continues to lose support among the press and her own party for dragging out impeachment. Professor Ed Turzanski on the dynamics at play – far different than anything you’re hearing in mainstream media. And Sharyl Attkisson is back with new bombshell developments in her case against Obama’s Justice Department spying on her work as a journalist.
January 10, 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin end the week with ANOTHER live press conference announcing tough new economic sanctions on Iran. Plus an update on impeachment, Trump rallys in Toledo OH, Stigall doesn’t think fat is a good thing, Facebook won’t censor political ads, and the mailbag to end the week!
January 9, 2020
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi holds a live press conference to discuss Democrats’ plans to rework the President’s authorization of military force. Stigall has a field day. Then, you’ll meet a most impressive candidate for US Senate in Virginia – Omari Faulkner. A patriot Virginia and the US could really use! Plus – Stigall also JIPs a live press conference with President Trump that was absolutely fantastic! Don’t miss this show!
January 8, 2020
As Iran launched retaliatory missiles across the border into Iraq last night, the world wondered what the response would be from President Trump. Lots of speculation ensued. Stigall talks with House Armed Services Committee member Mo Brooks (AL-5) for his perspective on next steps. Then, we JIP President Trump’s first response press conference on the strike last night. Here his full remarks and then catch brilliant analysis of the speech from’s John Hayward.
January 7, 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo steps to the microphone today to take press questions on the strike killing Iran’s leading military man. Stigall JIPs it live and gives Pompeo mega-harrumphs! Hear from Mayor Pete, Bernie, Biden, and Warren. Plus, you might have heard of “dry January.” For some, it’s becoming a way of life. Meet Laura McKowen, author of “We Are The Luckiest.”
January 6, 2020
Stigall dives into questions from his kids about World War III and the killing of Iran’s General Soleimani. Plus, Professor Alan Dershowitz visits to discuss his new book and the constitutionality of war and impeachment. And if you haven’t hear Ricky Gervais’ opening monologue as host of the Golden Globes, Stigall has the entire seven minutes and you’ll love every minute as much as he did!
January 3, 2020
President Trump launches an air strike killing a key military leader in Iran. The reaction was swift and from Democrats, especially hysterical. Breitbart’s John Hayward offers his view of this enormous international development. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blasts Nancy Pelosi on the Senate floor again today. Stigall JIPs the speech and has a ball with it. Plus Ray Didinger talks Wild Card Weekend in the NFL and picks winners and losers. And the first mailbag of the new year!
January 2, 2020
Happy New Year! A busy day to start the new year with the locked and loaded Colonel Kurt Schlichter here to discuss the Texas church shooting as well as the attack on the US Embassy in Iraq. Mayor Pete gets a history lesson on slavery and the Founding Fathers plus big polling and economic news for President Trump. Launching 2020 today! Strap in!
December 30, 2019
The Chris Stigall Show Podcast will be back with brand new episodes starting January 2nd, but today we wanted to share with you an encore presentation of 2019’s most talked about episode, and that is the telling of the visitation of Stately Stigall Manor by Butterscotch the Pig. This story has it all, including color commentary from Abilene, Ks. by the one and only Paige Powers.
December 20, 2019
Nancy Pelosi sent members of the House home for Christmas without sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate to begin the impeachment trial. The Democrats had a dreadful debate last night. Washington Examiner/Wall Street Journal/New York Post contributor Salena Zito discusses how it played with voters outside the beltway as well as how she thinks Trump is doing with the 63 million voters he won before. And Christian Toto reviews “Richard Jewell” and “Bombshell” in theaters this weekend.
December 19, 2019
Without question, today’s show is the most thorough and packed with information and analysis yet. Stigall talks with former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy about last night’s impeachment vote, where it heads from here, Then, Sharyl Attkisson provides sober analysis of the media coverage of both impeachment and DOJ abuses, Plus, tons of audio and analysis from the House floor last night, Don’t miss this show and you’ll be caught up with all you need to know.
December 18, 2019
Media and Democrats (but we repeat ourselves) are wall-to-wall today telling you what a somber, important, heavy day it is for the country. What the rest of us know is it’s just the most dramatic note of the same song the left has been singing since the day Donald Trump became president. Also, if you haven’t read or heard President Trump’s barnburner of a letter to Nancy Pelosi – Stigall reads it to you in full in this podcast!
December 17, 2019
Stigall gets it. We all get it. You’re over impeachment. Tomorrow, the House votes. Today, one more slog through something called the House Rules Committee ahead of the vote. We JIP coverage of it while giving it the MST3K treatment. Stigall also tells the story of getting a call from a Washington Post reporter about the show as well as a telephone town hall with his member of Congress. We gave the hilarious Jimmy Failla a call, too!
December 16, 2019
Disgraced former FBI Director James Comey can tell a lie like no one Stigall’s ever seen before. We wade through his sleaziness during his appearance on Fox News Sunday then get reaction from White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley. Reaction from House Freedom Caucus member Mo Brooks (AL-5) who gives his assessment of just how bad the partisanship is in the House, Trump bringing home 4,000 troops from Afghanistan, and can Jeff Sessions win back his old Senate seat?
December 13, 2019
Stigall “JIPs” President Trump today as he responds to the House Judiciary passing formal articles of impeachment. Meanwhile, the voters of the UK absolutely shock the world with the most conservative results at the ballot box since the era of Margaret Thatcher in 1987! What does it mean for the US, the future of Europe, and can we learn anything about next year’s Presidential election? Professor Ed Turzanski joins Stigall to help us dissect it all.
December 12, 2019
It’s been an interesting time for the show. Never has so much breaking news happened while recording the daily podcast. Again today, Stigall JIP’s the House Impeachment hearings and you’ll hear Republicans just crushing it along with Stigall as it airs live! Plus the most significant and real news of the week – Inspector General Horowitz testifies before the Senate yesterday and senators did a remarkable job keeping this scandal easy to understand. It’s a lot of news coming at you quick!
December 11, 2019
President Trump and VP Pence come to Stigall’s backyard in Hershey PA on the same day articles of impeachment are announced. Stigall went to the rally where there was no sign of concern, only rabid support for the President and righteous anger at the swamp of Washington. We “JIP” an unbelievable live exchange between IG Horowitz and Sen. Lindsey Graham you every fair-minded American should hear about abuses in within the FBI. Plus, a talk with on of the President’s sons - Eric Trump!
December 10, 2019
Democrats roll out articles of impeachment today less than twenty-four hours after the Inspector General pounds the FBI. Not surprisingly, the media and Democrats see the report far differently than President Trump and Republicans. Former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy gives his perspective on the latest. Plus a bonus conversation with the great Col. Oliver North about his brand new book “The Rifleman.”
December 9, 2019
These boring hearings continue on to give the impression of thoughtfulness before Democrats get to where they’ve always intended to go. They will vote to impeach Donald Trump. But Democrat Nadler gives up the ghost on what the real end game is. Ted Cruz gives Meet The Press host Chuck Todd a mental beat down. Biden continues to bewilder with his inability to explain his son and just speak in general. Plus, Ray Didinger returns to talk the week across the NFL and who he likes in tonight’s MNF game.
December 6, 2019
Pelosi and Biden seem particularly angry at a time they’re supposed to have Donald Trump on the ropes. What’s that about? Stigall explores the possibilites. Plus, Andrew C. McCarthy is back to help us understand the legal fight between the House Democrats and the President. Adam Schiff subpoenaed phone records of journalists, fellow members of Congress, and the President’s personal attorneys. What is overreach? What’s the solution? Strap on your learnin’ helmet for this one.
December 5, 2019
It was a very bad day for the Democrats yesterday during the impeachment show as Stigall described in both the podcast and in his latest Townhall column. So bad in fact, today Pelosi raced to the microphone to announce she was moving forward on drafting articles of impeachment for President Trump. Stigall carried her press conference live the discussed the politics of it all and next steps with the former Secretary of the US Senate Kelly Johnston.
December 4, 2019
The House Intelligence Committee lead by the Schiff Show released their case for impeachment yesterday in a meaningless, 300 page document. Now the House Judiciary Committee led by Jerry Nadler takes up the ridiculous cause. Today’s show is the best show we can put together to help you understand what this is and what it definitely isn’t. Plus, a chance for you to personally get involved in sending your appreciation for law enforcement in your community with the American Bible Society.
December 3, 2019
Like the proverbial whore in church, Trump shines on behalf of real Americans at the global confab known as NATO. His demands of member nations paying what they owe and to stop taking advantage of the US ruffle all the right feathers. Stigall covers Trump talking with the press live from London and the rest of the news of the day.
December 2, 2019
Joe Biden launches a new campaign slogan and spent some advertising money on our podcast to message it to you. See what you think… Plus, Stigall once joked the easiest thing to do to curb CO2 emissions is to stop people from breathing. Now, 11,000 scientists agree. And 60 Minutes has a real issue with YouTube being too free and accessible to people with whom they disagree.
November 27, 2019
Last show of the week as we all enjoy Thanksgiving with our family and friends. Today’s show features a hilarious Trump rally in Florida and his annual turkey pardoning. The First Lady shines despite some ugly treatment. And Christian Toto from discusses the new Mr. Rogers movie, Frozen 2, and the editorial comments of Sacha Baron Cohen and Robert De Niro. Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for listening!
November 26, 2019
Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is officially in the 2020 race to be the Democrats’ nominee. Problem for him is he’s a billionaire who just this year said he was too old and held positions the party would never tolerate. Plus journalist Sharyl Attkisson visits to discuss the shocking gaslighting going on amongst her colleagues in journalism covering the Ukraine angle of the Trump impeachment story. Hollywood hate on parade continues, and CO2 is still the enemy so, hold your breath please.
November 25, 2019
Tesla rolls out their new electric truck. Stigall remains dubious so he goes to a friend in the field of energy production to explain the myths, setbacks, and advantages of our transportation becoming entirely electric. Evergy, Inc.’s Senior VP Chuck Caisely discusses the business of going electric. And the media continues to gaslight on Ukraine’s involvement in the 2016 election to help Mrs. Clinton and hurt Donald Trump.
November 22, 2019
A ten day reprieve kicks off today as the Schiff Show known as an impeachment inquiry wraps up. What happens now? Stigall explains. Trump trolls CNN without even trying. Plus, a continued look at hot congressional races all over the country. Today, we meet the impressive Sharon Breckenridge Thomas of Texas who’s looking to replace Will Hurd – the House Republican many thought might side with Democrats in impeachment.
November 21, 2019
Today’s show is a must listen! American news media has officially become a gaslighting blowtorch, desperate to convince you what didn’t happen yesterday actually happened. Stigall plays real-time, unedited audio of the Schiff Show you need to hear to fully understand the lies media are currently telling us about President Trump and his relationship with Ukraine. Breitbart’s John Hayward helps sort through the noise and we parse a particularly deflated Democrat debate last night as well. Don’t miss
November 20, 2019
Yes, we’ll wade into more of the Schiff Show. And an update on Chick-fil-a, but a welcome break from impeachment is included in today’s podcast. Stigall interviews professional golfer Brandon Matthews who became an international star last weekend. Not for his play on the course, but for the way he handled himself with a special needs fan who inadvertently interrupted a critical putt to qualify Brandon for the British Open. It’s a heartwarming story you need to hear.
November 19, 2019
In today’s installment of the Schiff Show, we talk with Colonel Kurt Schlichter about Lt. Colonel Vindman’s impeachment testimony today. Plus, Stigall explains why the recent Chick-fil-a charity flap may not be as cut-and-dry as some are making it. Also, a heart warming story of a professional golfer who missed his chance at victory and the British Open because someone in the gallery screamed and made him lose his concentration on a final putt. Wait until you hear how the story ends.
November 18, 2019
Friday’s testimony from former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and President Trump’s tweet during made for the perfect dramatic ending to week number one of the Schiff Show. As we enter week two, Stigall continues to tell you the truth in the midst of the noisy narrative surrounding the impeachment hearings. Ray Didinger is back to talk the week in the NFL. Plus, SNL makes Sarah Lee squirm on Instagram, Mayor Pete surges in Iowa, and Obama shows up to scold the Democrats fighting amongst themselves.
November 15, 2019
Stigall narrates live testimony, day two of the “Schiff Show” starring former Ambassador Yovanovitch. This one has media VERY excited and sympathetic. As usual, Stigall tells you the truth you won’t hear from the media covering it. Plus, some inspirational words from NFL QB Nick Foles that helps put life in perspective.
November 14, 2019
Yep, a big nothing. In truth, that’s what yesterday was. Honest people know it and can’t deny it. Even some Trump haters had to acknowledge it. Stigall walks you through the only take-aways and reviews from yesterday’s impeachment hearings worth your time.
November 13, 2019
We get it. You’re busy. You’ve heard “read the transcript,” but maybe you don’t have the time or interest. That’s OK. Stigall decided if the entire Schiff Show is based around it, it’s important we all understand what we’re talking about. Plus, thorough analysis of what it all means, how to read between the lines, and talk about this nonsense with honesty and confidence.
November 12, 2019
As the media prepares to sell you on the show business of impeachment, Stigall breaks down what is actually happening which is really quite easy to understand even if you don’t know much about the story at all. The point is, you don’t need to! But the more confusing Trump opponents try to make the story, the better they figure it is for them. Plus, Elizabeth Warren takes incoming as the new frontrunner of the Democrats from Biden and Mark Cuban.
November 11, 2019
A special message from President Trump in New York this afternoon to commemorate Veteran’s Day, meanwhile the rest of the political world can only pant about the coming Schiff Show. The phoniness is all but confirmed on the Sunday news shows this weekend. Nikki Haley confirms there is a real deep state, and they actively worked to recruit her while working for President Trump. And, could she be the first female Marine elected to Congress? Meet Aliscia Andrews who’s leading the charge to take VA-10 bac
November 11, 2019
Vice President Mike Pence called in to Chris this morning from the White House. The focus of the interview was less on impeachment silliness and more on substance. The eradication of ISIS, negotiations with China and Turkey, the economy, and yes, the swamp, too. A not-to-miss podcast exclusive!
November 8, 2019
A week of great interviews – and today you get three more! David Limbaugh is my guest to talk about his newest best seller “Guilty By Reason of Insanity.” Former Arkansas Governor, Republican presidential candidate, and now a TV host Mike Huckabee discuss his politically famous daughter and what it’s like to run for the highest office in the world. Plus, Sharyl Attkisson discusses the ABC/Epstein story this week. Stigall finally catches up on mailbag too! Enjoy the weekend.
November 7, 2019
Turns out the hack Obama holdover who we know politically coordinated this entire impeachment fraud has now hired an attorney who’s been tweeting about impeaching President Trump and staging a coup from his first days in office. It’s a show, as Stigall wrote in today’s column. Plus, the Democrats are feudin’ and fussin’ amongst one another as time runs out for the bottom tear candidates to gain traction and Donald Trump Jr. does war with the battle axes of the View.
November 6, 2019
The day after elections in some states like VA, KY, and PA – media running insane focus groups and polling stories concocting various story lines for the political fortunes of Donald Trump. It’s absurd. Every day that passes feels more and more like theater as news media tells their audiences one thing while their audiences continue to tell them another. Stigall parses and absolutely bonkers CNN focus group with “swing” voters in PA. Plus: Laura Trump stops by!
November 5, 2019
Shhh…it’s our secret. Stigall spoke exclusively to Eric Trump today and wanted you to hear it first before it airs tomorrow on his new radio show AM 990 the Answer in Philadelphia. See? Subscribing has its privileges!
November 5, 2019
ABC News exposed in a not-too-surprising, but disgusting “off-mic” moment admitting what they knew about the late, convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein years ago but never reported the story. Trump has a great day yesterday with the Washington Nationals at the White House and then tears the roof off a rally in Kentucky with Rand Paul. And a grizzly story of American women and children killed in Mexico by drug cartels.
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