Radio Show Archive
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Prager H3: Dennis talks to Richard Epstein, Professor of Law at New York University. His new book is The Classical Liberal Constitution… Can the Constitution survive Progressivism?
Prager H2: More British citizens are fighting for ISIS than are fighting for the British military… Does the Left understand evil? What does the Left get out denigrating the United States?
Prager H1: Is there a white version of the truth and a black version of the truth? If so, then there is no truth… Michael Brown has been given a new first name “Unarmed.”
Prager H3: Dennis is so glad that he urged his father to write his autobiography and that his father accepted the challenge. That book is now of incredible value to the Prager family now and in the future…
Prager H2: Dennis reflects on how we react to a death of a parent. We remember them in their prime.
Prager H1: Dennis returns to the radio. He remembers his dad, Max Prager, who died this weekend at the age of 96. Callers share their thoughts on the passing of their parents.
Prager H3: A special hour was put together due to the passing of Dennis’ father, Max Prager. Dennis interviews his Dad on his 89th birthday in 2007.
Prager H2: Mark Isler is filling in for Dennis and talks to Daniel Halper, online editor of the Weekly Standard. His new book is Clinton, Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine. Mark then continues taking calls on the Ferguson topic from the first hour.
Prager H1: Mark Isler fills in again for Dennis and opens the show with what continues to go on in Ferguson, MO. Mark wonders why the media appears to almost be waiting for something bad to happen, again. Callers call in with their passionate arguments from both sides.
Prager H3: Mark talks to Michael Ledeen, Freedom Scholar at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies on Iran, Israel, ISIS and Hamas.
Prager H2: They are still rioting in Ferguson, MO. Too many have already made up their minds that Michael Brown was “executed.” Mark talks to Paul Sperry, columnist for New York Post, about the Administration’s campaign of race-baiting.
Prager H1: Dennis’s father, Max Prager, passed away on Saturday. Mark Isler guest hosts. Mark has thoughts on the passing of a parent… Mark talks to Mark Davis, Dallas talk show host, about the political indictment of Rick Perry in his own state.
Prager H3: Per usual callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: why is the Arab world full of so many lies about Israel; should the police be militarized; why does Dennis own a foreign car.
Prager H2: Dennis welcomes back Dr. Stephen Marmer, clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA and psychiatrist in private practice in Brentwood, CA. Dr. Marmer outlines three levels of forgiveness and how they relate to personal happiness. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast August 26, 2011.
Prager H1: New facts emerge in the Ferguson shooting incident. One new fact is that the incident was precipitated by a robbery. But circumstances of the actual shooting are as confusing as ever. Did the cop shoot an innocent teen for no good reason or did the cop feel his life was in danger and had no choice?