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(photo credit: Kyle Reed/Getty Images) There's a famous scene in the 1987 movie Wall Street in which Michael Douglas as "Gordon Gekko" gets up at a shareholder meeting and defends his impending takeover of the company by declaring that "greed is good." By the 1990s, of course,...
(Photo credit: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/GETTY IMAGES) In flooded Houston, with scores of businesses closed and homes evacuated, authorities are sending a message to those thinking of looting or price gouging: Taking advantage of the situation won't be tolerated. Police are beefing up...
Daily Caller's investigative reporter Luke Rosiak has been at the forefront of digging into the case of Imran Awan, and his connection to Democrat members of the US House of Representatives. Awan, indicted on four counts - including making false statements and conspiracy - and...
(photo credit: Screen Shot) Yes, it's true. No, WIBC host Tony Katz is not a neo-Nazi nor a klan member. But, yes, he was accused of being both on his Facebook page . Tony has strongly denounced the communists of Antifa on the show repeatedly (hilariously, at times!) But, the...
(photo credit: Universal Images Group/Getty Images) The Chicago Tribune has essentially written a love letter to the state of Indiana in an editorial entitled "What's so great about the Hoosier state? It's not Illinois." The author of the piece praised Indiana for it's fiscal...
(photo credit: Ted Streshinsky/Getty Images) Sorry, Mayor Brainard, no carousel for you. According to an article in the Indianapolis Star , the Carmel City Council is poised to vote against Mayor Jim Brainard's proposal to purchase an antique carousel . At a Council Finance...
James Mattis, the Secretary of Defense, made a surprise trip to Iraq. While there, he spoke briefly to a group of assembled US service members. His talk with those assembled, off the cuff, are inspiring, uplifting and simply incredible. WIBC host Tony Katz made sure to share...
(photo credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) It's been said that Indiana would be one of the last states to put any kind of cannabis law on the books. But all that could be set to change amid recent growing support in the Indiana House of Representatives to allow patients with...