Tony Katz

CNN’s Chris Cuomo had a temporary moment of sanity in November when he admitted what conservatives have known all along: cable news networks manipulate their viewers “based on who’s in power.” “State TV’s got some new competition, Anderson; it’s going to be very interesting to see how the narrative unfolds. For people like us, we […]

President-elect Joe Biden delivered a less-than-uplifting message to Americans Tuesday, asserting that “Our darkest days…are ahead of us, not behind us,” in reference to the Coronavirus pandemic. “One thing I promise you about my leadership during this crisis: I’m going to tell it to you straight. I’m going to tell you the truth. And here’s the […]

Congress late Monday night passed a massive stimulus bill that combined $900 billion in COVID-19 relief with a $1.4 trillion omnibus government spending measure. In addition to extending a federal unemployment boost for millions of out-of-work Americans and sending a second $600 stimulus check to individuals including children, the $2.3 trillion package will fund the government […]

A lot of people are talking about Joe Biden’s appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Thursday night. In particular, the media is focusing on Biden’s answer after being asked about Hunter Biden and the accusations towards his son. Biden said he has “great confidence” in his son and the accusations made is “foul […]

The grift pays. Longtime Republican strategist, Steve Schmidt, announced he is registering as a Democrat. Schmidt has worked on several Republican campaigns through his 30 year career including Sen. John McCain’s and George W. Bush’s. In 2018 Schmidt announced he was separating from his known party to become independent. He co-founded an anti-Trump PAC, “The […]

Two New York City Council bills that were approved this week will place severe restrictions on employers in the fast-food industry. The bills, which the Committee on Civil Service and Labor voted through 5-1 Tuesday, will prevent fast-food establishments from firing workers without ‘just cause.’ The bills also require new staff to be fired before […]

A Ventura, California restaurant owner is being compared to a mafia-style ‘hitman’ for allegedly violating the city’s Coronavirus restrictions by opening his business. “Are you going to pay my rent?”Anton Van Happen, the owner of Nick the Greek Souvlaki and Gyro House, says to city health inspectors in footage later shared by a reporter for […]

The teacher pay commission has issued $300 million worth of recommendations to pay teachers more. One of the recommendations includes restricting the tax credit for College Choice 529 to households earning less than $150,000 a year. Dr. Matt Will, UIndy, talked to Tony Katz Tuesday morning about what the 529 plan is and how every […]

The Supreme Court declined to hear the Texas lawsuit that was believed to be the Trump campaign’s last hope to overturn the election results. Now, we see “Civil War” trending on Twitter. Tony Katz explains that the idea of secession or taking up arms against other states is a bad idea, but there can be […]

In case you haven’t heard, the ‘Lone Star State’ is suing four other states and it’s getting serious. The Texas lawsuit against Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Georgia say the states didn’t follow the constitution in their electoral laws; therefore, we shouldn’t be taking a look at their electors. Many people have backed the Texas lawsuit […]