In the final live show of 2020, producer "Fast Eddie" Caiazzo is behind the mic with Program Director Tim DeMoss in the producer's chair.
Fast Eddie covers the bombing in Nashville on Christmas Day, the new coronavirus stimulus relief package and asks listeners how they'll spend their stimulus checks. He also takes some shots at the Philadelphia Inquirer and their "heroes and villains" list of 2020.
Bo-Dean Sanders has a new book Race Against...Against Race on tackling the tough conversations about race that need to be had in 2021. Sanders, a former Villanova football player, writes about his journey to diversity and inclusion through sports.
Steve Moore, economist at The Heritage Foundation and on the White House Task Force on Re-Opening the Economy unpacks some of what's in this latest round of stimulus, who will ultimately pay for it and when the economy might bounce back now that the vaccine is being distributed nationwide.
Garry "G" Cobb, former Philadelphia Eagle and local sportscaster speaks with Eddie about his work in the prison system helping troubled youth through spiritual teaching, hard work and purpose. Cobb also paints a positive picture for the Wentz/Hurts QB situation facing the Eagles in 2021.