Prager H3: The last hour of the 2012 Prager Show… Dennis explains why having passions is the key to being an interesting person and an interesting talk show host.
Prager H2: Dennis continues the discussion: what would you like to hear more or less of in the coming year… It’s a good thing to think about the coming year and what you could do to improve your life…
Prager H1: Dennis asks what listeners would like him do more of and/or less of on the show in the coming year.
Prager H3: Callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: is it better for children for parents to stay together even if they don’t like each other; should parents spend large sum of money to send their child to a private elementary school.
Prager H2: The only way you can sustain happiness is by earning it. Unearned rewards will be fleeting. Dr. Marmer also discusses the difference between envy and jealousy.
Prager H1: Dennis continues with the Open Lines theme of the week. Issues raised include: how does Dennis define God.
Prager H3: Dennis continues with the subject raised in the previous hour. The calls are that intense.
Prager H2: If you’re parents divorced, looking back, would say they made the right decision? Or did they make a mistake?
Prager H1: Dennis bemoans the closing of two of his favorite restaurants – a deli and a diner. Mostly, he feels terrible for the serving people whom he knows well who are now out of job… Dennis discusses the last bigotry – against those who love sardines… The open lines policy for the week continues.
Prager H3: Issues raised include: should a man 23 marry a woman 12 years older; what do you do when someone calls you a bigot; are men being emasculated in contemporary culture, even in children’s books.
Prager H2: Do men humiliate women more than women humiliate men or is it the other way round? However it works out, there’s nothing more damaging to a relationship.
Prager H1: It’s the Day after Christmas show. Dennis, per his plan all this week, opens up the lines. Issues raised include: should we keep incorrigible criminals permanently locked up; do we need to teach our children to control their passions; are the Democrats robbing the future to pay for the present.
Prager H3: David Oshinksy, George Littlefield Professor of American History, University of Texas and author of Polio: An American Story. A Best Of Prager Broadcast, Originally Aired on July 28, 2005.
Prager H2: David Tripp, former head of Sotheby’s coin department and author of Illegal Tender: Gold, Greed, and the Mystery of the Lost 1933 Double Eagle. A Best Of Prager Broadcast, Originally Aired on December 6, 2004.
Prager H1: Adam Nicolson, author of God’s Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible. A Best Of Prager Broadcast, Originally Aired on June 26, 2003.