Tony Katz

The progressive narrative that Republican policy has created a shortfall of first year teachers in Indiana is wrong. Teachers are not allowed to be professional. They are not allowed to run their classrooms. Schools are babysitters. If disruptive students are impeding the...
Remember when 1000 Italian musicians sang Learn to Fly in unison as a way to invite the Foo Fighters to play in their city? Dave Grohl, lead singer of the Foos, gave his response. Translation? Hi Cesena! I'm Dave. Hi. I'm sorry, I don't speak Italian...just a little bit. This...
Every Monday on Tony Katz and the Morning News, Tony speaks with Jim Geraghty of National Review and National Review Online. Today’s conversation veered into the possibility that Chuck Schumer (D-NY) could vote “no” on the dangerous Iran nuke deal. Sources close to Schumer have...
On Monday’s show, Tony Katz discussed the number of media outlets that seem almost intent on hurting hoosiers. The expression “if it bleeds it leads” applies here, but what happens if nothing is bleeding and you want it to? Then you write op-eds on the Religious Freedom...
Tony Katz took in Gen Con in downtown Indianapolis last weekend and was astonished about the millions and millions of dollars being exchanged on the floor of the Indiana Convention Center. It was also fun to watch the cosplayers in their elaborate costumes, with some dressing...
Friday, Tony Katz had the pleasure of speaking with Neal Boortz , a retired radio broadcaster and member of the National Radio Hall of Fame. Neal recently petitioned the White House for a one hour meeting with President Obama to discuss tax reform, a request that was denied for...
On Friday’s edition of Tony Katz and Indy Morning News, listeners rang in on their very favorite #bestballad. Some of the choices may or may not have been ballads, but who cares?! They’re still great songs and they’re songs you love, which is all that really matters. Here are...
Dave Grohl broke his leg performing with the Foo Fighters in June. Instead of calling it quits, he wrapped it up and kept playing for another two hours. That’s rock n’ roll, people. A group of 1000 musicians in Cesena, Italy gathered to perform in perfect unison the Foo’s Learn...