Leland Conway

Leland Conway

Taking on the biggest issues in the news with interviews and more.

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October 28, 2021 34 min
Abe Laydon, one of the commissioners for Douglas County, joins Leland to discuss efforts by the public schools to legally fight the newly-formed DougCo Health Department on the issue of mandating that students wear masks. Laydon cites the lack of science to support the requirement, and hopes parents win out in making the choice for their own children.
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In a full frontal assault, numerous Republican U.S. Senators interrogate Attorney General Merrick Garland on the memo issued by his office to the FBI targeting parents of school children as potential 'domestic terrorists.' Garland's answers leave a lot to be desired, and beg even more questions on the motivations behind the memo in the first place.
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Texts come pouring in on supply chain issues at various grocery and department stores throughout the state of Colorado, prompting the question - which is really better for the environment, paper or plastic bags? Also, back home in Ryan's native state of Michigan, the East Lansing school district has decided to cancel Halloween, Valentine's Day, and potentially Christmas because the holidays are not inclusive enough for all ...
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Leland asks, will anything ultimately bring Fauci down? And will the latest controversy on beagle puppy experiments be the domino that does it? Also, Ryan runs into a supply chain roadblock at the grocery store with bare shelves for several essential items.
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With #FauciLiedDogsDied trending on Twitter over the weekend, members of the U.S. House emerged with a bipartisan call for answers on NIH funding of cruel experiments on beagle puppies in Tunisia. In these experiments, the dogs allegedly had their heads secured in mesh nets while sandflies ate them alive. Leland reacts and asks if this will be the tipping point that leads to Fauci's resignation.
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When is a wealth tax not a 'wealth tax'? Apparently, when secretary of the treasury Janet Yellen blurs the margins by calling it an 'unrealized capital gains tax' only for the super wealthy. Leland explores the economic space with applicable metaphors and asks whether such a tax on speculative wealth violates the original intent of the 16th amendment in the U.S. Constitution. Will the Supreme Court have the ultimate...
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Leland goes in-depth on why the disingenuous climate change activists are off-the-mark in trying to force everyone into electric cars before we have the infrastructure to support them, because it's merely shifting the 'dirty burden' from oil production to powering the electric charging stations themselves.
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Leland and Ryan break down the aftermath of a tragic shooting on the set of the film 'Rust' in New Mexico, where Alec Baldwin accidentally discharged a gun meant to be a prop that killed a cinematographer and injured the film's director. What is the lesson to be learned from all of this? Can Baldwin turn his nightmarish experience into a positive that benefits society and help prevent more gun accidents and tragedies?
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Ryan enjoys and appreciates cats. Leland does not, and believes they are evil mini-mountain lions. The two attempt to sort out their differences on the feline species. Also, Attorney General Merrick Garland doesn't know a whole lot about the controversial Loudoun County, Virginia school board confrontation that made national news. And yet, he sent a memo to the FBI to basically keep parents on watch lists as potential domestic ...
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Douglas County Public Schools is suing the newly-formed Douglas County Health Department over a recent decision to allow parents to decide mask policy for students on a case-by-case basis. Also, Mark Zuckerberg has decided on a name change for Facebook. Leland discusses the potential implications with digital marketing expert Adam Rizzieri.
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Leland welcomes Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-5) to discuss the inherent conflict of interest for U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, as the government brands parents of students protesting at school board meetings as potential domestic terrorists. Also, medical expert Paul Seegert joins the program to discuss the fallout from vaccine mandates and what insurance companies will and will not cover when it comes to COVID treatments,...
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Leland has the very latest on 'Ponygate,' the theft of 'Bronie' producer Ryan's My Little Pony station mascots, including a surprise guest from the legal field on the matter. In real time, the FBI reveals they have found what they believe to be human remains in a Florida nature preserve near some of fugitive and Gabby Petito murder suspect Brian Laundrie. Also, reflecting on former New York Times editor Bari Wei...
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It was never just about the Confederate statues in Richmond and elsewhere, the woke Left was always eventually coming for George Washington and Thomas Jefferson - and that time is now, as the New York City Council votes to remove a statue of Jefferson from their chambers. Also, Jen Psaki continues her mastery of the spin cycle with an explanation on why the IRS is justified in spying on your bank account for transactions they red f...
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A teacher in Colorado Springs allegedly taped a mask to a student's face so it would stay in place, as Leland and Ryan reminisce about a time when parents and teachers were actually on the same side in a child's education. Meanwhile, Terry McAuliffe said the quiet part out loud in a Virginia gubernatorial debate by stating parents shouldn't be involved in what students are taught. His campaign is now in a tailspin, and ...
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COVID hysteria and shaming over unvaccinated people doesn't take into account those who have antibodies through natural infection, nor does it consider the option of regular testing for individuals who are vaccine averse as a means of preventing spread of the disease. Leland attempts to lower the temperature with a rational conversation on the topic.
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Leland and Ryan channel their inner Ebert & Roeper by artfully offering a full review of 'No Time to Die' without divulging spoilers. The verdict? Mixed, with concerns about the fate of future installments minus Daniel Craig. Also, Leland is disappointed with (but not surprised by) Associated Press headlines critical of Colin Powell (1937-2021) following his death - while brutal world dictators and terrorists have recei...
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Leland and Ryan discuss the power and importance of fearless comedy without sacred cows, in the wake of news that transgender employees at Netflix are planning a walkout over the latest Dave Chappelle special featured on the platform. Revisiting the secret phone conversation between President Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci, which continues throughout the show's second hour. The guys also debate whether most women would prefer men ...
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After shutting down domestic oil and gas production in ANWR and the Keystone XL pipeline, President Biden begs for lower oil prices and increased supply from American energy companies and OPEC nations like Saudi Arabia., Daniel Craig prefers patronizing gay bars, for reasons Leland agrees with and expands on., Somehow, the guys have tapped into a private phone channel giving them exclusive access to a call between President Trump a...
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Leland welcomes in former Louisville, Kentucky police officer and Australia native Vadim Dale to discuss the absolute authoritarian madness going on with COVID restrictions and enforcement back in his home country.
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A woman actually named Karen, and her husband Alan, place a highly annoying order at a fast food restaurant. Joe Rogan goes one on one with Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN, and calls out the medical expert's network for lying about the drug Ivermectin - which was prescribed for Rogan while he was infected with COVID-19 - being used exclusively as a 'horse de-wormer.'
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