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Prager H3: Should non-religious parents raise a religious child? When done right, religion can improve a child’s life; why not expose your child to the benefits of a religious upbringing? Even atheists should be biblically literate. Without God, objective morality cannot exist. It is a duty for parents to protect children from a nihilistic and meaningless existence. Callers share their experiences with religious values.
Prager H2: The Left insists on eliminating national and religious identities in America, and their effort is succeeding. Could this be a result of liberal universities? The purpose for coming to America is not only the opportunity and freedom she provides; it is to become American. Also, should Russians believe claims about current atrocities in the Ukraine? Vladimir Putin may be writing his own history. Is left-wing American media guilty of a similar crime?
Prager H1: Dennis talks to Anton La Guardia, who, along with John Peet, co-wrote the new book, Unhappy Union: How the euro crisis – and Europe – can be fixed. La Guardia discusses how the attack on flight MH17 will affect Russia’s relationship with the European Union, as well as anti-western attitudes within the country. Also, who is the greatest economic power in Europe? What is the prognosis for Greece, and should they stay on the Euro? Will Scotland vote to separate from the UK?
Prager H3: Tweets, posts, and flying pigs: celebrities weigh in on the crisis in the Middle East. Why do Hollywood personalities not feel that their work is important enough? Is the misinformed political commentary really necessary? Plus: an interview with Ed Klein, author of Blood Feud. As in his acclaimed book, Klein delivers inside information on the Obamas and their relationship with Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Prager H2: What is worse than evil? The failure to recognize it. This appears to be the case with Secretary of State John Kerry. According to left-wing Israeli newspaper Haaretz, Kerry’s ceasefire agreement wrongly treats Hamas as an entity that is morally equivalent to Israel. Also, why should the U.S. be so involved in foreign affairs? Would the U.S. negotiate with Boko Haram if Nigeria were at war with them? Plus, is appreciating freedom the same as being a proud American?
Prager H1: Younger Americans don’t seem to understand what it means to be American. They vote for people, but not their ideas. They accept criticism as fact, and are not equipped to defend their country. This is especially true among young women and non-whites. A caller describes his experience of non-existent American culture in school.
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: Why should smokers be allowed near people who do not smoke; Noticed you saying BECAUSE instead of CAUSE; sharing blind spot techniques for driving safely; the criterion trinity for choosing a wife; How do you feel about receiving Cuban cigars?
Prager H2: There is no area in life in which one can be completely satisfied. Absence of complete satisfaction is a part of the human condition. That doesn’t mean that one should not strive for satisfaction, because striving will lead to innovation. Ideally, people will learn to be satisfied sans complete satisfaction. Understanding that complete satisfaction is unattainable will be liberating and lead to happiness.
Prager H1: The West has been spoiled by peace and prosperity, and now they are naïve about human nature. Evil is normal, not peace. The media, including CNN, is misrepresenting the Israel/Gaza conflict by omitting crucial information. CNN’s Erin Burnett would not admit that she or CNN were wrong when confronted by Ron Dermer, Israeli Ambassador to the United States. Joseph Wood was executed by lethal injection in Arizona… To be against capital punishment is immoral.
Prager H3: ISIS wants all mannequins, male and female, covered in a veil… Does our President care about what goes on outside the United States?… Dennis talks to Doug Ducey, candidate for governor of Arizona…
Prager H2: The clash between Israel and Hamas is a moment blinding moral clarity. You can mark your moral compass and that of others by whether they support Israel or support Hamas. MSNBC’s Joy Reid is a case in point.
Prager H1: New studies now prove what Dennis has long asserted: poverty doesn’t cause crime or cause people to hate others. The essence of liberalism is that economics effects values…
Prager H3: The FAA has ordered all American airlines not to fly to Tel Aviv. Most European airlines are also following the edict. This is because one Hamas rocket came within a mile of the airport. British Airways is still flying to Israel. So, of course, is El Al. But this is a big victory for Hamas; an unnecessary victory… Parenting is becoming a criminal offense… Dennis talks to Michael Tanner, senior fellow at the Cato Institute. He teaches the newest Prager U. course, “War on Work.”
Prager H2: A wife posts all the reasons she doesn’t want to have sex with her husband. Dennis reads the list which is amusing, disturbing and hides a lot of important truths about marriage.
Prager H1: As predicted (sadly), European anger at Russia looks to be all talk and no action… Dennis talks to Robert Bryce, senior fellow at The Manhattan Institute. His new book is Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper: How Innovation Keeps Proving the Catastrophists Wrong.