Archive for Thu, Oct 8, 2009

Prager H3: Sea Change

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Michael Barone, political writer for Washington Examiner and fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, about the American political mood, generally, and the New Jersey and Virginia governor races, specifically… Dennis also talks to John Fund, Wall Street Journal columnist, about health care bill and how few people will know what’s in it when it’s voted on.

Prager H2: Publicizing Vice

Prager H2: A Saudi man has been sentenced to five years in prison and one thousand lashes for “publicizing vice” on Arab TV… Two Iranian nuke scientists have “disappeared,” according to news reports. Did they defect to the U.S.?.. Dennis talks to Jonathan Leaf, journalist for the New York Post, The New Yorker, and National Review. His new book is Politically Incorrect Guide to the Sixties.

Prager H1: Better to Be Good than to Be Loved

Prager H1: The Obama administration has cut funding for a US based group that tracks Iran’s human rights abuses. This is not unique, but part of a pattern… National Organization of Women (NOW) thinks that David Letterman should be chastised for abusing his power position to get sexual favors. Feminists like NY Times columnist Maureen Dowd can’t believe that feminism hasn’t changed male nature… The Democratic leadership doesn’t want to give the Congress any time to read the ObamaCare bill. What are they hiding?

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