Tony Katz Today

The Marquette Law School has released a new poll showing that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is the preferred nominee for Republican voters over former President Donald Trump.   The results from the poll show that 60% of Republicans prefer DeSantis, to just 40% for Trump. Meanwhile, another poll showed that most Democrats do not want […]

House Democrats elected Representative Hakeem Jeffries from New York’s 8th congressional district as the leader of their party in the House of Representatives. Jeffries, who has served in Congress since 2013, will replace outgoing leader and longtime party leader, Nancy Pelosi. Jeffries will be the first African-American to lead either party. His ascent does raise […]

The attacks in Israel continue, and while there is a push from the Biden administration for a ‘ceasefire,’ that does not stop Hamas from continuing its strikes, nor does it stop the Israeli Defense Forces from taking action to protect the people. “Over the last 11 days, Hamas has fired rockets indiscriminately at all Israeli […]

The media told us it was impossible that we could get COVID vaccines by the end of the year. We were told it would take a miracle. Turns out it only took people getting the hell out of the way. The first vaccines were delivered across the country today. Looking back at how we, as […]

Meet Brian Stelter. He’s a putz. The CNN anchor has long been a horrible person with a questionable sense of journalistic integrity. Last night was a tough night for Brian. He finally hit the wall. His pain and strife for fellow journalists was just too much for him. He composed this tweet in an attempt […]

HBO host Bill Maher has made a habit of being overly critical of the Trump administration. Most recently, Maher was vocal about the President’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Maher contended that Trump was too slow to react to the global pandemic and his consistently mismanaged the situation. On this particular episode of “Real Time […]

Everyone who has been to a grocery store in the past two weeks has seen the effects of COVID-19. People are stocking up on food due to concerns about for availability. Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, joined Tony Katz to discuss how the administration is handling the food supply during this time. “It’s worked well […]

The White House has been making daily briefings to update the American people on any updates with the Coronavirus. Some have been critical of the White House’s messaging. Former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino joins Tony Katz to give her perspective. “I’m reluctant to criticize the White House response, even back when it was […]

Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg thinks farming is easy. Just put a seed in the ground and water it, he says. Anyone who knows a farmer or has met a farmer or has been on a farm of has seen a farm knows that it’s far from easy. The late Paul Harvey brilliantly described the work […]

(Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) A bill backed by Gov. Ralph Northam that would ban the sale of so-called assault-style weapons in Virginia failed on a committee vote Monday morning.  Gun-rights activists cheered as the vote came in, with four moderate Democrats joining Republicans to shelve the bill until next year.  Heated exchanges over guns have dominated this year’s legislative session, as reported […]