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Dan Caplis

  • Dan objects to characterization of jurors as simpletons; Why Speaker Johnson changed his mind on Ukraine funding

    24 APR 2024 · CNN panelist and 'jury consultant' Jill Huntley Taylor contends Trump's legal team is able to make simple arguments that have great appeal to a jury, and this characterization really draws the ire of Dan as a person who tries cases in front of sharp jurors all the time. Also, callers and texters challenge Dan to defend Speaker Mike Johnson's seeming flip-flop on Ukraine funding. Dan maintains that Johnson changed his mind in good faith based on new intelligence on the war shared with him in his new role as Speaker.
    34m 32s
  • Dan predicts Jamal Murray's game-winning shot for Nuggets; Godson Laizer, Tanzanian tour guide with 'Life Lessons from Safari'

    24 APR 2024 · Dan relates his surreal experience of calling Jamal Murray's game-winning shot in real time, seated on the floor of the Denver Nuggets' comeback from 20 points down to win Game 2 against the Los Angeles Lakers.  Also, Godson Laizer, the premiere Tanzanian tour guide, shares his worldview from a background of growing up on the Serengeti as a child in Africa - and the life lessons it taught him along the way.
    35m 24s
  • Dan debates callers on funding Ukraine to stop Russia; Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) votes against foreign aid bills

    23 APR 2024 · Things get a bit heated when Dan asks for facts and specifics from callers who are against funding for Ukraine in its war against Russia, with claims the dollars are being misspent by a corrupt regime. Also, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) joins Dan to discuss the latest foreign aid packages passed by the House with a minority of majority Republican support for Ukraine funding, along with allocations for Israel in its war against Hamas and Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific. She voted against all three and explains why.
    35m 6s
  • Frank DeAngelis, former Columbine principal, 25 years after shootings; Is Speaker Mike Johnson's role in jeopardy

    23 APR 2024 · Two days following the commemoration of 25 years since the horrors at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999, former school principal Frank DeAngelis shares his thoughts and memories in the wake of the tragedy and all that he has experienced in the years after. Also, many Republicans are displeased with Speaker Mike Johnson advancing foreign aid bills without any additional funding for our border with Mexico. Is he in danger of suffering the same fate as his predecessor, Kevin McCarthy?
    34m 57s
  • Jon Caldara fields calls on everything from Trump's political ideology to the gold standard for American currency

    20 APR 2024 · With Dan buried in depositions (or is that the name of a bar?), Jon Caldara once again fills in and provides his analysis on Trump's political persuasions (or lack thereof) and the basis for the American gold standard and the use of our dollar as the world's currency.
    34m 47s
  • Disturbed conspiracy theorist immolates outside of Trump courtroom; Trump's emissions inside the courtroom are apparently newsworthy

    20 APR 2024 · A conspiracy theorist named Max Azzarello lit himself on fire in protest outside of the Manhattan courtroom where Donald Trump is facing felony charges for campaign finance violations. Jon Caldara comments on what could possibly motivate a person to do such a thing. Also, serious media reports eminate from inside the courtroom about the former President cutting loose with some uncontrolled flatulence. Is this really a news story?
    35m 6s
  • Jeff Kass, author of 'Columbine: A True Crime Story'; George Brauchler on law enforcement response lessons of Columbine

    19 APR 2024 · Jeff Kass was a reporter for the Colorado Rocky Mountain News on the day of the Columbine High School massacre - April 20, 1999. In the aftermath, he wrote a comprehensive account of that harrowing nightmare entitled 'Columbine: A True Crime Story.' He joins Dan to reflect on his experience documenting the case. Also, former 18th district attorney George Brauchler details the lessons for law enforcement and schools, 25 years after the tragedy of Columbine.
    34m 41s
  • Dan can't believe two lawyers were seated on Trump's jury in Manhattan; Patti Nielsen's chilling Columbine 911 call, 25 years later

    18 APR 2024 · Twelve (angry?) jurors have been seated in the politically-motivated Manhattan criminal case brought against Donald J. Trump by district attorney Alvin Bragg. Dan is astounded that the Trump attorneys allowed two lawyers onto the jury, when he has never encountered even ONE on a single jury in which he's ever tried a case. Also, as we approach 25 years since the horrors of the Columbine High School mass shooting (April 20, 1999), Dan revisits the harrowing 9-1-1 call made by teacher Patti Nielsen on that fateful day.
    35m 7s
  • Rich Guggenheim, Gays Against Groomers gets gaveled down at General Assembly for 'dead-naming' trans individuals

    18 APR 2024 · Rich Guggenheim, Gays Against Groomers joins Jon to share his experience of testifying before the Colorado General Assembly on a bill allowing transgender sex offenders to change their identities with the state and hide behind their new names. Rich was gaveled down in the chamber for 'dead-naming' trans women as their previous male names, preventing him for further testifying. Kassidy Hall, co-chair of the Pueblo Lincoln Day Dinner, joins Jon for a brief update and preview of the Pueblo GOP event scheduled for Saturday, May 4th (May the 4th be with you), with doors opening at 6pm. VIP reception begins at 5pm in Hero's Pavilion. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R, CO-3) is the headliner, with Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) as the keynote speaker. Interested parties must RSVP by Tuesday, April 23 to receive the best price.
    34m 57s
  • Jon Caldara offers his personal perspective on NPR bias revealed by editor Uri Berliner from the inside

    18 APR 2024 · Jon Caldara, Independent Institute fills in for Dan and goes in-depth on his personal experiences with Colorado Public Radio, which very closely reflect the essay written by National Public Radio editor Uri Berliner on the level of leftist bias and activism from within the CPR and NPR newsrooms.
    34m 59s

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...

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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.
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Author Denver's Talk Station 630 KHOW
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