Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: What’s the greatest human invention? What’s the greatest thing God invented? How does one convert a liberal? Did Dr. Eben Alexander’s near-death experience influence Dennis’ beliefs about the after life?
Prager H2: Callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: What brings us happiness on a daily basis? What role do children play in happiness? There’s a lot of wisdom behind the saying “fake it until you make it.” Is venting poisonous to a relationship? Is it a crime to steal someone’s happiness? Is a good check worth a lousy boss?
Prager H1: Dennis wonders why the Palestinians have their own refugee committee at the UN. The Left in America wants the International Criminal Court to have sway here in the U.S. Would this be a good idea? Why did teachers go from the Right to the Left beginning several decades ago?
Prager H3: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis, guests include author Andrew McCarthy, columnist/musician Rich Mgrdechian, and actor/singer Robert Davi.
Prager H2: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis. He continues exploring the question he posed first hour, and interviews Congressman Tim McClintock.
Prager H1: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis. He ponders the question, how do Republicans ensure they don’t lose again?
Prager H3: Dennis talks to Washington Post columnist, Marc Thiessen, about the fast approaching fiscal cliff. Thiessen thinks it would be better for Republicans to take the leap than to support raising taxes. Dennis agrees.
Prager H2: Men look at women. Married or single, it’s in their nature. How should a spouse or significant other react? Based on the latest Prager University course, “He Wants You.”
Prager H1: Dennis talks to Eben Alexander, an atheist neurosurgeon who experienced life after death. His new book is Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife.
Prager H3: What is the emotional stake that atheists have in atheism?
Prager H2: The Washington Post accuses Republicans of being racist in their attacks of UN Ambassador, Susan Rice re: the Benghazi debacle. But did they say that of Democrats who attacked another Rice, Condoleezza, when she was Secretary of State for GW?
Prager H1: There’s a good argument to be made by conservatives that we should go over the fiscal cliff. If as the President asserts, the economy was so great during the Clinton years when taxes were higher – for the rich and middle class — then why not go back there? … The Democrats are leading a counter-revolution against our first revolution in 1776… Was the election a mandate for larger government?