Wednesday, July 15th, 2020, Larry Conners addresses the increased crime on the streets of Harlem while the police departments in New York has been defunded one billion dollar. He discusses what Guliani would do to slow down the crime in NY, implementing his previous plan to stop and frisk and with Mayor de Blasio backing the idea of defunding the police, how much trust do the police have in the mayor? Guliani answers that very question. Then, in closing, Larry shares a few public stories before teasing hour two and how CNN attacked New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for highly hypocritical statements.
Friday, July 10th, 2020, Larry Conners addresses New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s comments referring to their closure of all large gatherings. He reacts to Nancy Pelosi’s remarks about Columbus statue being thrown into the Inner Harbor. Later, Hans Von Spakovsky, from The Heritage Foundation, joins Larry to discuss the recent supreme court ruling involving Trump and his tax returns. Then, to close the hour, Larry shares how an ice cream parlor has banned officers from carrying their guns while buying ice cream.
Wednesday, June 10th, 2020, Larry Conners addresses the cons of defunding the police and later he describes what a nation without police would look like. He discusses how New York City has dug themselves in a hole when fighting against crime due to the bail reform laws. Also, how Coronavirus has left us all confused. Then to close the hour, thoughts on vandalism, good, bad, or indifferent.
In the second hour of Larry Conners USA, he begins with news and commentary, followed by focusing on the second tragedy over the weekend; the shooting at a Texas church. Larry discusses the specific details of what happened at the church shooting. He also shares a heartbreaking story of the Deacon’s daughter and explains how New York is changing laws that will create a new Gotham City.
Tuesday, November 19th, 2019, Larry Conners continues to dissect the public impeachment hearings, he addresses the FBI reviewing the Epstein case, New York City’s frisk policy, and a heart wrenching story of an Ohio baby, born with numerous rare defects, was told… listen to find out.