Stop the Nonsense
“Stop The Nonsense” is a popular Las Vegas radio talk show which tackles the hottest political and social issues of the week. The show is fast paced and interacts with listeners on every topic. Truly inimitable as the show does not adhere to the partisan lines of any specific party and exposes hypocrisy and “nonsense” in both the political and social arenas. The vantage point of the show is from a Libertarian platform which enables the show to draw a more diverse demographic than most radio talk shows.
Ken Haddad is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He moved to Las Vegas in March of 2009 and has since become active in the Libertarian movement. He launched “Stop The Nonsense” in January 2013 in the wake of the re-election of Barack Obama and America’s shift from fiscal conservatism. Ken eventually moved the broadcast for “Stop The Nonsense” to Las Vegas’s premiere AM station, the historic AM 720 KDWN.
Ken takes a unique “no nonsense” approach to each broadcast and exposes hypocrisy on both sides of the political and social spectrums. His goal is to orchestrate a fast paced interactive show which combines humor with some of the serious headlines and issues of the week.
Since his early twenties Ken worked in the recruitment advertising field until the formation of his own business of promotional sales in 2008. Aside from being a small business owner and radio talk show host Ken is also a Commercial Pilot with multiple ratings and an aviation enthusiast.
Al Lebedev is a small business owner, former Soviet citizen and often a co-host on “Stop The Nonsense” on AM 720 KDWN.
After growing up behind the “Iron Curtain”, Al immigrated to the United States settling in Chicago, Illinois. After working in advertising promotions for several years Al started his own business in 2007 and would later move to Las Vegas, Nevada.
With two successful businesses and a deep understanding of Socialism, Al brings great insight to the show. Al will often draw a correlation to the “nonsense” of today’s America to the “nonsense” of yesterday’s Soviet Union.