Dan Caplis

Dan Caplis

Dan must really like to talk. He’s both an award-winning trial lawyer and a radio talk show host. Since Dan has never shied away from a microphone or a good fight he’s also been a legal analyst for most of America’s top television networks and newspapers.

Episodes

May 7, 2021 35 min
Callers have had it with the homeless scourge in the city of Denver, including urination and defecation on the streets and sidewalks that are drawing not-so-favorable comparisons to San Francisco. But do residents in Denver and Boulder reap what they sow by voting for hard-left Democrats for so many years? Dan tackles that question as well as the issue of dance music with Ryan.
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Some interesting callers phone in on a Friday with first-hand perspective on the issue of homeless tent villages in our urban areas around Denver and Boulder, including a man who lives in a van up in the mountains and listens to Dan's show.
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With one of the jurors exposed as having an agenda and personal bias in favor of George Floyd, Alan Dershowitz tells Laura Ingraham he believes Derek Chauvin will get a new trial. Dan offers his thoughts and invites calls on the topic.
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Dan speaks with the father of two potential U.S. Winter Olympians about whether America should consider boycotting the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing, China. Is it worth robbing our athletes of a once-in-a-lifetime experience to send a message to Xi Jinping? Do we risk justifying or legitimizing the Chinese government's horrible human rights violations and mistreatment of Uyghur Muslims?
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Cody Wisniewski of the Mountain States Legal Foundation joins Kristi Burton-Brown to discuss pending gun legislation in the Colorado General Assembly, a law which would potentially severely infringe on the second amendment rights of our state's citizens.
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Callers express concern to Kristi Burton-Brown over Initiative 16 - which would bring broad, sweeping draconian changes and restrictions to Colorado's agriculture industry, including prohibition of artificial insemination of cattle. Also, surprise, Hillary Clinton supports social media and tech companies banning and restricting speech on their platforms.
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Why do so many of America's teachers hate police officers so much? For the second time in as many days, video surfaces of a teacher showing complete contempt for cops. This time, a Hispanic police officer endures ethnic abuse from a teacher he pulled over for operating her cell phone while driving. Oh and also, she didn't have her driver's license with her. Meanwhile the teachers unions were revealed to have not only di...
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GOP spokesperson Paris Dennard joins Kristi Burton-Brown to discuss President Joe Biden's first 100 days in office, the crisis at the Mexican border which only seems to be getting worse, and news breaking today that the nation's teachers unions had a direct impact on CDC policy regarding COVID-19 guidelines, restrictions, and advisement on school closures throughout the country.
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Danielle Jurinsky did all the little things to help her restaurants survive the COVID pandemic, and the restrictions that came with it - including becoming a delivery driver herself. Now, she's running for Aurora city council and talks to Kristi Burton-Brown about her journey to get to this point.
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With COVID shutdowns continuing at many of our public schools due to the power of teacher's unions, the push for more and better access to schools of choice and charter schools is stronger than ever before in Colorado. Ready Colorado president Luke Ragland explains to Kristi Burton-Brown, filling in for Dan.
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Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R) gets his shots in on the myths of 'systemic racism' in the United States and 'Critical Race Theory' taught in American schools. Trevor Noah, host of The Daily Show, points out the ridiculousness of a media who once championed the cause of truth in holding President Trump accountable, as they hypocritically fawn over President Biden's address to a joint session of Congress.
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Dan is none-too-pleased with his Grub Hub customer experience, as items were left off his order without notifying him that they were unavailable. He tried and failed to get an answer on what the company policy is regarding such matters. Listeners call in with their stories, both as Grub Hub delivery drivers and customers.
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Things get heated as Dan stands his ground on repealing 64 (legalization of recreational marijuana) in an exchange with Brad from Highlands Ranch - and an extension of their conversation from Wednesday.
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Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) won over a lot of new fans, both among voters and the media, with his well-delivered GOP response to President Biden's address to Congress. Is he a viable contender for either spot on the 2024 Presidential ticket for the Republican party?
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Lafonna Pacheco joins Dan to discuss the harrowing tale of her daughter's downward spiral, at the age of 17, caused by the debilitating effects of high-potency THC marijuana. Now 23, the young woman's road to recovery offers hope.
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In a stunning report for the Colorado Springs Gazette, Chris Osher and Evan Wyloge reveal a catastrophic number of COVID-19 nursing home deaths toward the close of 2020 on Governor Jared Polis's watch. Dan digs into the details.
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Governor Polis publicly states that he supports Colorado colleges and universities mandating COVID-19 vaccines for students on-campus, but does this violate their individual rights and HIPAA laws?
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When Governor Jared Polis and Denver mayor Michael Hancock welcomed (stole) the All-Star Game after Major League Baseball deserted Atlanta, both boldly declared Coors Field would be filled to capacity with fans for the Mid-Summer Classic. Since then, hospitalizations for COVID-infected persons has doubled. Coincidence? Dan thinks not.
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Just like SB 21-182 before it, Colorado Senate Bill 21-062 is just a bad idea. Reducing prison and jail populations at the cost of public safety is not a price Westminster Deputy Chief of Police Todd Reeves is willing to pay, and he joins Dan to explain why. Also, Sarah calls into the show as an immigrant who has lived in this country for almost 30 years. She challenges Dan on the issue of police de-escalation in the United States,...
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News deriving from the final numbers of the 2020 U.S. Census show Colorado gaining a Congressional seat and an Electoral Vote in the 2024 Presidential election - along with Florida, Montana, North Carolina, Oregon, and Texas (+2). This all comes at the expense of California, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia - states which all LOST one Congressional seat and Electoral Vote. Republican strategis...
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