Prager H3: Ultimate Issues: A Lethal Obsession

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Robert Wistrich, professor of modern European history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His new book is A Lethal Obsession: Anti-Semitism from Antiquity to the Global Jihad.

Prager H2: Haiti and Hatred

Prager H2: Who would have thought it possible? MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann has hit a new low. His characterization of Scott Brown is rife with misstatements and lies. Dennis talks to Steve Bostian, Executive Director of CURE International in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Steve is in Port-au-Prince now.

Prager H1: Election Day

Prager H1: It’s only an election for one senator in a bluest of blue states of Massachusetts, but it’s become as important as a major national election. Dennis talks to Steve Poizner, California Insurance Commissioner and successful Silicon Valley Entrepreneur in studio. He’s running for the Republican nomination for governor of California.

Prager 20100119 – 02 Haiti and Hatred

Prager H2: Who would have thought it possible? MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann has hit a new low. His characterization of Scott Brown is rife with misstatements and lies. Dennis talks to Steve Bostian, Executive Director of CURE International in the Dominican Rep

Prager 20100119 – 01 Election Day

Prager H1: Election Day
It’s only an election for one senator in a bluest of blue states of Massachusetts, but it’s become as important as a major national election. Dennis talks to Steve Poizner, California Insurance Commissioner and successful Silicon Valley Entrepr

Prager H3: Crisis and Command

Prager H3: Dennis talks to John Yoo, professor of law at University of California, Berkeley. Yoo played a key role in advising President Bush on legal issues surrounding the War on Terror. His new book is Crisis and Command. The disaster in Haiti is, in no small part, man made. Dennis delves more into the latest Global Warming scandal – the Himalayan glaciers aren’t melting.

Prager H2: Free at Last

Prager H2: Dennis reviews Martin Luther King’s legacy. Dennis talks to Seth Lipsky, founding editor of the New York Sun and former editor of The Forward. His new book is The Citizen’s Constitution. Liberal talk show host Ed Schultz wishes he could vote 10 times in Massachusetts… Himalayan glaciers aren’t melting. Another Global Warming scandal is cooking.

Prager H1: Martin Luther King Day

Prager H1: Dennis begins with a tribute to Martin Luther King. Dennis talks to Jeff Jacoby, columnist for the Boston Globe, about the Brown v. Coakley race in Massachusetts.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, listeners set the agenda. Issues raised include: what does Dennis think of Pat Robertson’s comment about the cause of Haiti’s troubles; is ObamaCare constitutional; would Martin Luther King support the Gay Rights movement; what’s the latest news from Honduras.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Family Issues

Prager H2: The more one lives the more one realizes that the dysfunctional family is more common than the untroubled one. Whose family doesn’t have real problems? Look at the first book of the Bible, Genesis. Recognizing that your family problems are likely the norm will help you be happier.

Prager H1: This Is Who Democrats Vote for

Prager H1: Dorothy Rabinowitz recounts the Amirault case in the Wall Street Journal, one of the most grotesque miscarriages of justice in the history of the nation. And Martha Coakley, Democratic candidate for Senator of MA, was right in the middle of it. This woman should be in jail, not in the US Senate. Why do President Obama’s poll numbers keep falling? Charles Krauthammer answers that question in the Washington Post. Dennis talks to Michael Barone, senior political analyst for the Washington Examiner, about the Senate race in MA. Barone sees the race as very close, but gives the edge to Brown, unthinkable three months ago.

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