Prager H3: Murder in Washington

Prager H3: A parolee with a very long rap sheet walked into a café in Lakewood, Washington and murdered four policemen. How could this happen?

Prager H2: Great Health Care Debate

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Senator John Kyl of Arizona about the Health Care debate that begins in the Senate in the next few hours. Dennis talks about his trip to Africa – Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Prager H1: Out of Africa

Prager H1: Dennis returns from his week in Africa. The Tiger Woods crash affair tells us at least thing – every one has problems. Or as the late Helen Telushkin famously said – the only happy I know are people I don’t know well. How did two socialites gate crash a White House state dinner? And what does it mean?

Prager H3: Should Parents Introduce Kids to Their Vices?

Prager H3: Like drinking wine. or smoking a cigar. Is it a way to teach responsibility or does it lead kids down the garden path toward destructive behavior? A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on March 27, 2008.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Stop Worrying

Prager H2: Everybody worries, but why worry about things that you can’t control. Obsessing about those things is a real impediment to happiness. In a memorable call, a woman tells how after being hit by a truck, she thought she might die and wondered why she had spent so much time worrying about getting breast cancer. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on April 4, 2008.

Prager H1: The Debates that Defined America

Prager H1: Dennis has a fascinating discussion with Professor Allen Guelzo, Professor of History at Gettysburg College. Professor Guelzo’s latest book is Lincoln and Douglas: The Debates that Defined America. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on March 27, 2008.

Prager H3: Thanks from Immigrants

Prager H3: Callers who born outside the USA call in to say how grateful they are that they live here now. A few tell stories of relatives who are not so grateful – in fact, they hate America. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on November 27, 2003

Prager H2: How Do You Answer a Thanksgiving Guest Who Hates America?

Prager H2: A caller asks a question that will confront many Americans tonight. Dennis provides some useful answers. Also, we sleep safely because our soldiers don’t. We owe them a profound debt of gratitude. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on November 27, 2003

Prager H1: The Importance of Thanksgiving

Prager H1: Dennis reads George Washington’s original Thanksgiving Day declaration. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on November 27, 2003

Prager H3: Leaving America

Prager H3: Leaving America and visiting other countries, especially in the third world, gives you a new appreciation of our blessed country. We are far from perfect, other societies do certain things better than we do, but taken in totality we are still a special nation. Can a black be grateful to be an American despite slavery?

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: American Woman

Prager H2: Nowhere in the world are women better treated than in America. Europe and Latin American men often have mistresses. In the Arab and Muslim world, women are treated as non-persons. In Japan women don’t have a high status. So, if women have it so good in America, why did feminism originate here and grow to be so strident. Dennis has an answer. Callers weigh in.

Prager H1: Feeling Grateful in Zambia

Prager H1: Dennis broadcasts live for a second day from Zambia where he is distributing mosquito nets and other essential items. Being out of the country for Thanksgiving week puts the greatness of America and American values in even sharper focus.

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