Prager H3: The Brits are becoming disenchanted with their wind farms… Dennis talks to Russ Jones who is leading an effort for the New American Energy Opportunity Foundation to highlight $1.84 gas price, the price at the end of the Bush Administration… Dennis doesn’t understand the anti-death penalty crowd. You devote your life to saving the life of heinous murderers?… Superstorm Sandy proves the need for Big Government, says the NY Times. No, it shows the need for local aid. That’s why we see the governors and mayors announcing cleanup plans. They know their communities.
Prager H2: Political differences now trump income and education on the list of items that turn off potential mates.
Prager H1: In Nebraska, the very middle of the country, the professional educators want to include climate change and exclude American exceptionalism from the public school curriculum… Dennis talks to Maggie Gallagher, a co-founder of National Organization for Marriage and author of Debating Same-Sex Marriage from Oxford just out this summer… The new argument from the anti-death penalty crowd is that it’s too expensive. There’s a California ballot measure that proposes to ban the death penalty for that immoral reason.
Prager H3: The Left accuses the Right of being in the grip of dogma. Somehow this is bad. But the Left has as many or more dogmas as the Right. Everyone holds dogma. The issue is whether the dogma is good or bad.
Prager H2: NY Times columnist, Roger Cohen, is shocked and dismayed that Ohio Jews might vote for a Republican. Where are these Republican Jews coming from?… Dennis talks again to Congressman Jeff Flake, candidate for Senate in Arizona. This is a key race Republicans must win.
Prager H1: Dennis expresses his sympathy for those who have had their lives turned upside down by yesterday’s East Coast superstorm, Sandy. It’s a terrible shock to have your life suddenly disrupted in this way… Dennis spoke to students at Northwestern University last night. He describes their reaction to his talk…