(Photo: McNaughton For Mayor) The race for mayor of Indianapolis is down to its final days, and while polling shows incumbent Democrat mayor Joe Hogsett and Republican challenger Jim Merritt are garnering the majority of voters’ support, Libertarian candidate Doug McNaughton isn’t giving up the fight.  McNaughton, a 55-year-old automation engineer who was born and raised […]

(CQ Archive / Contributor/Getty Images) Ambrose Property Group said Wednesday it declined a paltry $6 million offer from the city of Indianapolis to buy the former General Motors stamping plant site on the southside of Indianapolis, with both sides completely at odds over what the property is actually worth. Ambrose founder and CEO Aasif Bade said in a written […]

(Screen Capture: FoxNews.com) Radio host Tony Katz says TV personality Judge Judy Scheindlin’s endorsement of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for president is a significant development in an already crowded field of 2020 candidates who are wholly unlikeable.  Judge Judy slammed the Democratic Party in a scathing op-ed for USA Today, admonishing Democrats for moving away from centrist candidates.  “I […]

A local CBS reporter in California was fired after he jumped on several classic cars during a live news segment, damaging one of them in the process.  Angel Cardenas, a correspondent with KMAX-TV’s “Good Morning Sacramento,” was on air Sunday at the Sacramento International Auto Show, a weekend-long event at Cal Expo. Cardenas boldly tells viewers “the only person out here […]

(Donald Miralle / Stringer / Getty Images) A public school district in the city of Seattle is considering a proposal that would infuse math courses with elements of social justice, including studying how math has been “appropriated by Western culture” and is used to “oppress and marginalize people and communities of color.” Students will ask introspective questions like […]

  My house was built in the 80’s, and my guest bathroom looked like it. We wanted it updated to the 21st century, but we also wanted an easier to use bathroom for when our aging parents came to visit. We needed a walk-in shower, not a tub. We wanted a higher vanity so they wouldn’t have to reach far for […]

(Photo: WISH-TV) Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Republican challenger Jim Merritt faced off in a debate at Arsenal Tech High School Monday night. Both candidates touched on Indy’s growing problem with violent crime – particularly its impact on the black community. “Community violence is job number one for the Mayor of Indianapolis. It’s almost like we have an epidemic of […]

(Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar have portrayed themselves as the ‘moderates’ in the 2020 race for president, but WIBC host Tony Katz isn’t buying it. According to Katz, just because a candidate doesn’t scream like Senator Bernie Sanders doesn’t mean he or she is any less radical. […]

Photo Credit- Gary Varvel In a world where media has gone out of their way to sprint to the left and criticize the President, Gary Varvel is bucking the trend. A political cartoonist who has had his work published nationally, Gary discusses with Tony Katz how he navigates an increasingly woke culture as a conservative […]

Photo Credit- BAKR ALKASEM / Contributor In a bipartisan showing, the House of Representatives voted to condemn President Trump’s withdrawal of troops from Syria. The resolution states Congress’ opposition to the troop pullback and says Turkey should cease its military action in Syria. The resolution passed with a 354-60 vote. Rep. Jim Banks and Rep. Trey Hollingsworth were […]