A disobedient child is not a happy child. You’re not doing your children any favors by being permissive.
Johnny Depp calls for the assassination of the President. Does he think he’s being clever or cute? What if someone of prominence had said this about President Obama? Think people would have shrugged it off?… Dennis talks to Betsy McCaughy, senior fellow at the London Center for Policy Research and former Lt Governor of New York. The topic is the Senate Repeal and Replace bill.
Highlights from the week of 6/19/2017
Dennis talks to Douglas Murray, Associate Editor of The Spectator. He’s also a senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute. His new book is The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam.
A new health hysteria study claims that playing in the sand is bad for your children. Dennis played in the sand. He has yet to see any deleterious side effects… Dennis talks to Lenore Skenazy, founder of Free Range Kids and contributing editor to Reason.com.
Dennis is in Omaha for a station event. He is encouraged by the enthusiasm his audience shows for the President and his agenda… A new terror attack: a police officer is stabbed at an airport in Flint, MI… The Senate has released its Repeal and Replace proposal. Time to get something done.
Democrats really thought they had this Georgia seat in the bag. Now they are trying to explain why they lost. It can’t be their ideas… Trump continues to make progress undoing economic growth strangling regulations… Dennis talks to Sebastian Gorka, intelligence analyst, deputy assistant to the President and a member of the National Security Advisory Staff.
What makes a man desirable to a woman? Dennis has his theories. So, do listeners.
Karen Handel won the highly-contested special election in Georgia yesterday. It was the most expensive race in Congressional history, most of it spent on behalf of the Democrat. If Handel had lost, the media would have called it a “political earthquake.” Now it’s already almost a non-item and history has been revised: “safe seat,” “he had no chance,” etc.
The second most important question anyone can face is this: is there an afterlife? Dennis explains.