Q&A with Lionel
Lionel talked about the co-opting and distortion of the terms “conservative” and “liberal,” the media, and his book… read more
Lionel talked about the co-opting and distortion of the terms “conservative” and “liberal,” the media, and his book Everyone’s Crazy Except You and Me...And I’m Not So Sure About You: America’s Favorite Contrarian Cuts Loose. Among other topics, he explained how he got into talk radio, how he chose the name “Lionel,” and his views on religion.
Lionel’s real name is Michael Lebron, host of the nationally syndicated radio program “The Lionel Show.” The radio show airs from 9-noon Eastern Time on Air America. He is also the author of Everyone’s Crazy Except You and Me...And I’m Not So Sure About You: America’s Favorite Contrarian Cuts Loose Hyperion (August 5, 2008). Lionel has been in talk show radio for 20 years. Prior to that he was a prosecutor and a criminal defense trial lawyer. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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