Tony Katz

Former Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle claims he can remake the Indiana Republican Party by proposing and passing legislation that would lead to more government, specifically more protections for gay and lesbian Hoosiers. Morning Host Tony Katz reaffirms that these protections...
When looking at the functionality of your typical Carmel roundabout, you have to wonder if it allows for free flowing traffic or if it’s just an exhausting bane on local business. Tony chats about Mayor Brainard’s proposed roundabout at the traffic siphon at 96th and Keystone...
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said his state will wait for a lower court ruling before issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, prompting Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin to appear on Face the Nation and say some states will still try to deny the LGBT community...
The Supreme Court engaged in judicial activism last week by ruling in favor of Obamacare and gay marriage. Tony fears the unintended consequences of judges that issue decisions based on personal belief, and raises a salient question about state’s rights and the transference of...
The Supreme Court ruled yesterday morning a 6-3 decision that upheld the subsidies under ObamaCare that are provided by the government to offset the cost of buying insurance. Tony isn't a fan of the ruling and talks about why the SCOTUS decision should frigthen rational people.
The Supreme Court, in a 6-3 decision, decided to agree that subsidies can be provided to those who sign up for Obamacare through the federal exchanges, even though the law clearly states that only those who get health insurance through state-run exchanges are eligible for...
The American Idol tour bus has rolled into Indianapolis. Thousands will audition for their chance to become the next American Idol superstar. Tony talks with our very own Terri Stacy who was outside in line with audition hopefuls. Will Indiana represent the next American Idol?
Tony Katz gives some final thoughts on the murders in South Carolina, and the families that have forgiven murderer Dylann Roof. Tony re-explains his position on weakness, questions the reality of faith and forgiveness and upholds the rule of law.