Core Values with Chris Core

chris core When my boss hired me, he told me I could comment every day on Washington’s biggest radio station about whatever is on my mind. What a deal, huh?

What I try to do, however, is to figure out what is on your mind and comment about that. Sometimes, I chose a topic based on e-mail you send me, which I always appreciate (cccore@aol.com).

Core Values is my opinion and nothing more. Sometimes you will agree, other times disagree and, I hope, occasionally chuckle. Appreciating the chance to have your ear, even if it’s just for a minute, is a Core Value. (Learn more about Chris Core.)

Listen to the latest Core Values below. You can also subscribe on Podcast One and iTunes. Don’t see Chris’ reports below? Listen on iTunes.

Beware of falling glass - Aug. 23, 2019

Even more security -- Aug. 22, 2019

A lesson in being financially careful -- Aug. 21, 2019

Motorcycles Part II -- Aug. 20, 2019

Motorcycle madness -- Aug. 19, 2019

Cleaning up the voting rolls in Montgomery County -- Aug. 16, 2019

Our warming planet -- Aug. 15, 2019

Your thoughts on sidewalks -- Aug. 14, 2019

The benefit of sidewalks -- Aug. 13, 2019

Chris defends his choice of email provider -- Aug. 12, 2019

Lessons from this day in history -- Aug. 9, 2019

Rockville's voting experiment -- Aug. 8, 2019

Pondering a power outage -- Aug. 7, 2019

August in Washington -- Aug. 6, 2019

Another letter for President Trump -- Aug. 5, 2019.

Getting rid of electronic junk -- Aug. 2, 2019

The national addiction -- July 31, 2019

Thinning the herd -- July 30, 2019

Counting the virtues of Baltimore -- July 29, 2019

Woodstock 50 -- July 26, 2019

Is Amazon a threat? -- July 25, 2019

A matter of priorities -- July 24, 2019

Questioning back-to-school tax holidays -- July 23, 2019

Montgomery County is giving ICE the cold shoulder -- July 22, 2019

Looking back 50 years -- July 19, 2019

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