Sweden and Finland are looking to join NATO, saying that Russia isn’t the threat they thought it once was. On Ukraine, another $40 Billion has just gone out the door. Are we getting into nation rebuilding in Ukraine? We speak with Representative Victoria Spartz about the Ukraine conflict, NATO, and the latest relief spending package.
David Ricks, Eli Lilly’s chief executive officer and chairman spoke at the Economic Club of Indiana and he statements are making waves. We discuss the flaws of his approach, Indiana-centric solutions, and the dangers of “Environmental, Social and Governance” initiatives.
If you are not going to engage solutions that are market based, what are you engaging?
Standing up for what is right, is standing up for what is right. Governor Holcomb vetoed a bill that would protect our daughters. A bill that would have barred transgender girls from joining girls’ K-12 sports teams. Governor Holcomb has signed constitutional carry into law, and is expecting us to overlook the former for the latter.
President Biden speaks live about America’s financial and humanitarian assistance in Ukraine and neighboring countries.
The Progressives oppose America. They think we are fundamentally racist and systemically oppressive. How can other countries look to us for support? If you oppose America, what leadership can you provide?
In order to understand what America should be doing in Ukraine, historical perspective matters. Should the United States be militarily active against Russia in Ukraine? Ret. Col. Kurt Schlichter joins us to discuss the risk of WWIII if America isn’t clear about our objective.
Another Jussie Smollett fake hate crime. A student of color is reportedly behind racist graffiti found at a private Catholic all-girls school in Rochester, New York.
A Florida teacher that is not teaching, but promoting his sexuality to children.
Congresswoman Jacki Walorski of Indiana’s 2nd District joins us to discuss “peace through strength” and her reaction to Ukraine President Zelenskyy’s address to Congress.
The Big Story:
Ukraine President Zelenskyy’s video conference with Congress. He is calling for help from America’s military and leadership from Joe Biden. Does America want to go to war?
We open the phone lines to callers and get your feedback- Do Americans want to go to war with Russia?
The Iran problem is significant, but is getting little attention with Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine on the front pages. Indiana Senator Todd Young joins us to discuss the Biden Administrations conversations with Iran. What is The “New” Iran Deal that President Biden is trying to get done? With Iran firing ballistic missiles at US consulate in Iraq, is Biden trying to give Iran more resources? We cannot accept a nuclear armed Iran.
Plus, is there a diplomatic way of ending the Ukraine invasion?
Russia was supposed to be able to take Ukraine in 36 hours. The invasion continues into its second week. What happened? Polls show that Americans are ok to pay higher prices if it means punishing Putin. Is this the unifying issue Biden promised? How are Saudi Arabia and Iran reacting to calls from President Biden?
Indiana Congressman Jim Banks joins us to discuss the No Oil From Terrorist Act, which would ban petroleum from Iran.
Senator Todd Young of Indiana joined us to share his reaction to President Biden’s State of The Union and share his thoughts on America’s response to the invasion of Ukraine. Senator Young has been a vocal advocate for Ukraine and he shares what we need to do to cripple Russia’s resources. We discuss the obvious disconnect between Biden’s speech and the mood in America.
Congresswoman Victoria Spartz knows Ukraine better than the average American. Born in Ukraine, now serving the 5th District of Indiana, she joins us to discuss what is happening on the ground in Ukraine and what she thinks of America’s response to the crisis.
Indiana Senator Mike Braun joined tony Katz at CPAC 2022 to discuss the invasion of Ukraine and what America needs to do to hit Russia hard. President Biden promised swift, severe sanctions but we are seeing weakness from the White House. What moves will the Senate make?