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WIBC Morning News host Tony Katz spoke with Admiral James Winnefeld, Vice-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff, during halftime of the Colts loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday night. Admiral Winnefeld stated that the strategy regarding ISIS was working, and that "we...
The trolling class at Salon.com posted an article that was meant to attack US military personnel, classifing them all as sex crazed, depraved murderers without souls and attempt to shame those who dare call them heroes as a danger to democracy. What else can be expected by an...
After Salon.com's willful and shameful attack on United States military personnel, Tony Katz wanted to know what real Americans thought about the idea of soldiers as heroes. Are all soldiers heroes? Does it apply to others? Is it a word that is used too often, or in the wrong...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper called the attack by a radical Islamic convert Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, which killed soldier Nathan Cirillo, a "terrorist act." In the United States, the odds say President Obama would have called it "workplace violence." In a country...
**UPDATE** Robert Willits, the Korean War veteran being fined for flying the American flag, is scheduled to appear on the The Morning News with Tony Katz on Wednesday, October 22nd. Tony Katz talks about a Greenfield, IN Korean War veteran who wants to fly his American flag on...
Tony Katz mocks the madness of a Florida woman who wants Toys R Us to ban a new line of action figures inspired by the TV show Breaking Bad. What ever happened to parents being parents, and doing what's best for their children? And why does Paige know so much about Meth?
Tony Katz spoke with Dave Arland, our go-to-gadget-guy, about Apple Pay's debut. You can now use your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus to pay for purchases at over 220,000 merchants across the country. But, with data breaches at some of the biggest companies in America, will people trust the...
Having an Ebola Czar is embarrassing. It speaks volumes about the inability of the CDC and NIH to properly speak to the American public about Ebola; to provide needed information and training to hospitals and medical facilities across the nation as well as how badly the...