Indy's Morning News
Tony goes to his climate "expert", James Taylor from the Heartland Institute, to discuss the President making changes to climate policies and treaties that would shame America if not followed.
WIBC Reporter Ray Steele joined Tony this morning from Chicago where the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear Indiana & Wisconsin's appeals on the ban of same-sex marriage in each state. It is unknown when the Court will make it's ruling after hearing each side from each...
Tony and Emily Wither from Fox News Radio discuss the latest on ISIS/ISIL in Syria and Iraq and the announcement yesterday that the U.S. may begin manned and/or unmanned surveillance flights over Syria to gather intel on the movement of ISIS/ISIL troops.
Tony and National Review's Jim Geraghty discuss the differences within the "Beltway" on what to do about ISIS, as some are suggesting that they're now starting External Operations because of weekend Twitter activity.
Tony and you get the latest on what happened over the weekend in Ferguson with Fox News Radio's Jessica Golloher as Michael Brown, the young man shot and killed by police while in their custody, is laid to rest.
Tony and Fox News Radio's Jared Halpern talk about the response to ISIL/ISIS from the White House and Capitol Hill as decisions could be made to expand US airstrikes in Iraq against ISIS into Syria. There seems to be a split in the Administration as what to do next.