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Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: thanking Dennis for bringing him back to his conservative roots; let’s start a 2016 president campaign; did the chicken or the egg come first; why should we be grateful to God for food; what instrument is best to play a Baroque composition on?
Prager H2: How much of your unhappiness is micro and how much is macro? If it’s the latter, what can you do about it? Callers weigh in.
Prager H1: News reports suggest that an inexperienced officer was at the helm of the Korean ferry when it capsized… Full Disclosure of campaign contributions was once thought to be a good thing on both sides of the aisle. But the Left has turned something good into something ugly. It specializes in that… Al Gore is still shouting that the sky is falling. Somehow he continues to draw large crowds (mostly students).
Prager H3: Doctors are discouraging students from joining the profession. There is too much risk and too much paperwork. It was bad before ObamaCare, but ACA is making it a lot worse. Doctors call in… Dennis resumes his conversation with Dale Brantner.
Prager H2: Vladimir Putin has declared that Eastern Ukraine is part of “New Russia”… Saying “so what” to evil is dangerous… Dennis resumes his discussion with Dale Brantner, of CURE International… Unmarried women are the key to the Democrats success…
Prager H1: Dennis reflects on the moral question of taxation… Dennis talks to Dale Brantner, President and CEO of CURE International about his remarkable organization that provides surgeries for children in the Third World… Dennis returns to the issue taxes.
Prager H3: Dennis talks to Charles Murray, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. His new book is The Curmudgeon’s Guide to Getting Ahead: Dos and Don’ts of Right Behavior, Tough Thinking, Clear Writing, and Living a Good Life… Do we have as much to fear from Radical Right militia types as we do from Al Qaeda? That’s what the Left thinks… When in doubt, the Left accuses opponents of being racist. Is it becoming a joke? One can only hope.
Prager H2: Dennis suggests that couples make a list of the two or three things each spouse wants from the other. It would also be helpful, if each writes what they think their spouse wants.
Prager H1: Five students are murdered in Calgary by a fellow student wielding a knife. Is there anything to be learned from these hideous incidents?… Michael Bloomberg donates $50M to fight the NRA… Has the President made racial relations worse?
Prager H3: There is no hatred like Jew hatred. The most recent case in point: at the Olympic trials in Europe, an Iranian swimmer refused to swim in the same pool as a swimmer from Israel. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on July 15, 2008.
Prager H2: Dennis talks to Supreme Court Justice, Clarence Thomas. His new book is My Grandfather’s Son. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on November 5, 2007.
Prager H1: Do you want to hear good news or bad news first? This started out as an intriguing, but straightforward question – or so Dennis thought. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on April 21, 2011.
Prager H3: Tonight starts the Jewish holiday of Passover. Dennis explains… If you haven’t uninstalled Firefox yet, do it now. We can’t let this “thought police” behavior stand… Brandeis University has covered itself in shame.
Prager H2: Dennis talks to Russell Gold, energy sector reporter for the Wall Street Journal. His new book is The Boom: How Fracking Ignited the American Energy Revolution and Changed the World… Based on his interview, Dennis points out the wisdom of the Talmudic aphorism, “the easily embarrassed do not learn.”… Dennis returns to the Kansas City shooting.
Prager H1: There was terrible bus crash in Northern California and a hate murder of the three people outside a Jewish Community Center in Kansas City… Dennis talks to Clark Neily, senior attorney at the Institute for Justice. His new book is Terms of Engagement: How Our Courts Should Enforce the Constitution’s Promise of Limited Government.