Just as we have done for the past two centuries, a peaceful transition of power took place. Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President. Tony Katz may not be happy about who is in the Oval Office, but he respects and admires how we, as a country, can come together and do this. Katz discusses Biden’s first hour in office and the need to go back to work.
There is a lot coming at us right now. Social media is being banned, the political right is being vilified after the riot at the Capitol and Joe Biden is about to start his first time. Tony Katz wants to slow it down, take a breath and really examine what we are looking at and what the first 100 days of the Biden Presidency will look like
Emily Zanotti has argued in front of the Supreme Court, so she knows a thing or two about what makes a good case. The second impeachment trial of President Trump has begun and it appears the Democrats want to charge him with “inciting a riot.”
As Emily explains, it is extremely difficult to prove the charge of inciting a riot. She breaks down the legal standard it would take.
There has been plenty of rumors and speculation about the relationship between Vice President Pence and President Trump after what occurred during the objections to certifying electors as well as the Capitol Hill riot. It was reported that Pence and Trump hadn’t spoken for a week. Tony Katz has spent time with Pence, but wouldn’t call him a close friend. He knows enough though to make an educated guess about what is going on in the Vice President’s head.
The past week has seen the mainstream media and the left put their focus towards the eradication of the Republican Party. Social media silencing has only gotten worse as President Trump has been banned and Parler is being removed from phones. Now, the Democrats are pushing for a 2nd impeachment and members of the GOP are being shamed. In these times, Tony Katz examines how the Republican party goes forward
The world watched as rioters stormed the capital, causing a lockdown while members of Congress were debating the certification of the electoral votes. Tony Katz takes a look at what happened, how it happened and what needs to happen
Whether it’s ANTIFA roaming the streets and destroying property, Mayors deciding how you are to live your life, or Republicans criticizing the objections to electors- this is a fight for liberty. Tony Katz says that we have forgotten the primary fight for what this country was built on and if we don’t, we are doomed.
What exactly did we just sign into law? Rep. Jim Banks from the Indiana 3rd joined Tony Katz to discuss the wild process that led to Congress finally passing a relief bill. Rep. Banks was one of only a few Congressmen who voted NO on the bill. He explains the issues he sees with it.
Rahm Emanuel once famously said, “Never let a crisis go to waste.” Throughout the last year we have seen time and time again, the left using the COVID-19 virus as an excuse to change America. More restrictions, wealth redistribution, defunding police, and encouraging “anti-racist” teachings. Tony Katz examined how all this happened and why we have to remember what this country was built on and what we strive to fight for.
Michigan’s Governor decided that the best way to get kids to wear their masks is to get Santa to tell them to. In a truly bizarre and slightly creepy video, Whitmer and Santa appear to let kids know that they have to wear a mask. Tony Katz has a few problems with this.