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See, you've got George W., who's a compassionate conservative. Me, I'm a grumpy conservative. I'm like the image of Bob Dole, who, you'll remember, didn't win the presidency 'cause people said he reminded them of someone who might say "Hey, you! Get off my lawn!"



Blog I'm Not Falling For It

Birth of a Party Barbra's Truth Alerts
Not What It Looks Like Taking on Bullies
War Protestors Beaten Wife Syndrome
The Bargain I Wish My Daddy Was a Dog
September 11, 2002 Virus Warning!
Hand me that 5/8" Crutch Dude! A Protest!
$73 Worth of Talent, Please Crimes against our children
Give Me a Break! My Home Town
Lessons from High School Of Lambs, Planes, & Kidnappings
Cardboard Creations Drugs in Utah
State Board Association The Perfect Man
When will this war ever end? Hindsight from a Horse's Hind End
What is Stephen King Doing Right Now? Christmas Album
This is an Upgrade? A Tale From History
The Care and Feeding of Laws Injuns
Can Engineers Be Fathers? Pleasure-free Guilt
Santa Takes a Holiday Poetic Justice
AllMan4U Diversity
Core Values Requiem to Seinfeld
Ballad of the Anonymous Crewman Zen . . . Chainsaw Maintenance
Life With Mikey Getting Away with Murder
PC Apollo 13 Meaningless Phrases
To Sleep, Perchance to Scream Tattle Tales
Sidelights on a Fiasco Amnesty Abrasives International
Profitable Politicking Didn't Deserve to Die
TV Rating Revisited The Anguish of the Condemned
Black Bart You Know What Would be Cool?
Lakers Fans One Small Punch for Mankind
Pslop Psychology Uncomfortable Americans
Will the real Bill Clinton . . . ? The Blind Senator . . .
Singing in the Lab Spinal Jellongitis
The Wisdom of Hollywood Part numbering
The SLAM Syndrome

Reparations, by Fred Reed

Just Who is this Frank Leany, anyway?


Mr. Leany is a well-known1 commentator with a sizable2 following in the conservative community. He is a regular participant in This Week with Sam and Cokie 3 and has contributed articles to various nationally distributed publications.4

Mr. Leany's debating skills have silenced several prominent liberal politicians5 and he has served as a consultant to President Bush6 as well as various conservative talk show personalities.7 He has been heard on national radio talk shows8 and is regularly sought out for advice by influential people.9

Frank Leany. He puts the point into viewpoint.10


1. Literally dozens of people know him, although most of them have never read his comments.
2. Heck, one guy who read one of his articles weighs 385 lbs.
3. He sits on the couch in his underwear and yells at George Stephanopolous.
4. His letter to the editor in a local paper once ended up in New York City when someone wrapped a vase in it to send to her mother.
5. One click of the remote and those suckers are silent.
6. Sent him an e-mail.
7. Hey, if they don't like it, why do they keep giving out their e-mail addresses?
8. Our local station is part of the nation. Again, don't give out the number if you don't want people to call.
9. Daddy! What can we do fun?
10. Whatever that means.

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