Every Sunday from 4-9 pm, Chris Moore has the last word. Chris’s unique, informed and intelligent grasp of the issues has made his show a magnet for callers and a lightning rod for controversy.
Are we on the verge of a global economic crisis?
For the past five years, Chris Moore has coined his show on the night of the big game as the “Something Completely Different From the Super Bowl” show.
Victor Muhammad spoke of the Nation of Islam and their goal to end poverty and war in the black community.
Volkswagen plants are unionized everywhere except Chattanooga, and Volkswagen wants to unionize the Tennessee plant.
Dr. Tarpley explained how “the Civil War almost became the first World War”, and Abe Lincoln’s unlikely ally.
Jones has reported on the impact of war in the Middle East, Asia and Africa. She has spent time in Afghanistan with US soldiers.
The need for economic justice is nothing new to America. When civil rights leaders proposed the Freedom Budget during the 1960’s their goal, among many, was to achieve, “freedom from want.”
The House of Representatives may cut funding to the world’s major food stamp program SNAP, or Supplemental Nutritional Food Program, which would take away food assistance to many Americans.
Syrian American author Daleo Khalil joined KDKA’s Chris Moore to discuss why America should not go to war with Syria.
The Egyptian Military has had control of the country since the ousting of Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate who was democratically elected in June of 2012.
KDKA’s Chris Moore was joined by economist and author of “Obama’s Economy: Recovery For The Few,” Dr. Jack Rasmus, to discuss economic growth problems.
The challenges of motherhood can sometimes affect one parent more than the other.
Mental illness can affect anyone at any time, but unfortunately people who suffer from it are often associated with a negative stigma.
Chris Moore talked to Terri Lee and Brittany Cheeks of Jehoshabeath Eli about strengthening North Side schools in Pittsburgh.
Chris Moore was joined by Pitt Doctorate student Andrew Ganucheau to discuss the “gap in supervision” that occurs between students getting home from school and parents returning home from work.