Month: November 2021

Cyber Monday Sales Tell Us Plenty About US Economy

For the first time ever, there was a decrease in sales on Cyber Monday. The 2021 sales were 1.4% lower than the previous year. However, if you look at November as a whole, the overall spending is up. So, what does this mean? University of Indianapolis Economics Professor, Dr. Matt Will joins Tony Katz to explain just what these sales numbers mean

Tony Katz Smokes a Brisket

After years of talking about it, Tony Katz finally got a smoker. For his first foray into the world of BBQ, Tony used his pellet smoker to cook a delicious, juicy brisket. It was a low and slow process, but after several hours, the brisket was done and it was a success. Tony discusses how each person doing BBQ their own way is a perfect example of what makes America great

Rep. Walorski Not Mincing Words When it Comes to Biden Spending Bill

The Build Back Better Bill has passed and members of the GOP are not happy. Rep. Jackie Walorski called in to talk to Tony Katz about the bill and she was quite clear that this bill was a massive mistake. She explained her objections to the bill and the potential damage it would do to Americans.

Katz: Why Don’t We Ban Concerts? Following Ridiculous Standards

Eight people were tragically killed during a Travis Scott concert at Astroworld 2021. During the concert, the crowd got so intense that people were crushed and unable to breathe. Tony Katz has an idea to solve this problem forever- ban concerts.

Sound crazy? Let Tony Katz explain

Why The Glenn Youngkin Win in Virginia Matters Nationwide

Republican Glenn Youngkin won the Gubernatorial race in Virginia. While some may say that this election is simply a local election, Tony Katz contends that this result is an indictment on the progressive movement and a revolt against Critical Race Theory.

Rep. Jim Jordan & Tony Katz Discuss DOJ Treatment of Parents

Rep. Jim Jordan is the ranking member on the House Judiciary Committee. After question Attorney General, Merrick Garland on the Department of Justice’s treatment of parents the Congressman spoke with Tony Katz to discuss the hearing and how Congress is prepared to defend parents.