First Person Singular


For Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Hour 1: 9:20 Bruce Bawer, best selling author and noted social critic. His new book is The Victims’ Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind

Hour 2:

Hour 3: Is God Perfect?


Morsi Takes a Step Back
Really? The Brotherhood has postured before and gotten away with it.

Everyone Talks about Raising Taxes
But are the Democrats prepared to make any cuts in entitlement spending? There’s no indication of it.

Ferguson: It’s Not Just about Taxing and Spending
It’s about too much regulation.

WaPo Embarasses Itself by Accusing Republican of Racism
Re: Susan Rice. Don’t miss the last paragraph.

Commentary: The Post Hits a New Low

Do you remember all the criticism of Condi Rice?


Hazony: Is God Perfect?
I kinda got his point. And then I kinda didn’t.

Prager 20121126 – 3 A River Called Denial

Prager H3: The new President of Egypt wants Murbarak-like powers only “temporarily.”…Dennis talks to Richard Sander, Professor of Economics at UCLA. His new book is Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help, and Why Universities Won’t Admit It… Dennis also talks Major George Hood about the history and value of the Salvation Army.

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Prager 20121126 – 1 King Tut

Prager H1: The President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, has declared himself (though in not so many words) dictator of Egypt. The opposition is protesting; riots have ensued… Dennis talks to Nicholas Eberstadt, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. His short new book is A Nation of Takers: America’s Entitlement Epidemic.

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