Prager H3: The Debt Bomb

Prager H3: Dennis talks to David Malpass, global economist, president of Encima Global LLC and columnist for Forbes Magazine, on the dangers of an exploding national debt.. Dennis also talks to Josh Axelrad, former investment banker, one time professional gambler, now a commentator on the casino industry for National Public Radio’s Marketplace program. His new book is Repeat Until
Rich: A Professional Card Counter’s Chronicle of the Blackjack Wars.

Prager H2: No Mohammed

Prager H2: South Park creators attempt to skewer Mohammed on their show was shot down by its network, Comedy Central. A threat from a fringe web site was all the network needed to pull the plug. This incident reveals a much deeper social problem.

Prager H1: The Left’s Bad Ideas

Prager H1: The Left pushes its ideas on the American public.
They sound so progressive and benign – choice, same sex marriage, health care for everybody. But once the American public has a chance to evaluate these ideas, they realize they’re actually destructive. Health Care Reform is the latest example. Brits are driving themselves crazy with recycling. An Aussie who wanted to prove that the North Pole was melting freezes his ass off – almost literally.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. But first Dennis and Allen do a honey update and on-air tasting. Issues raised include: why do evil regimes keep such accurate records of their crimes; is there way to stop the US from following Europe into socialism; what kind of music does Dennis play on his piano; should you raise your children with a religion if you don’t believe in God.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: The Male Condition

Prager H2: Men make themselves unhappy by bemoaning their lack of achievement. At 30, they feel that they should have had more success, at 40, at 50, at 60 and all the years in between. No matter how much success a man has, he’s usually disappointed that he didn’t go farther. But we rarely if ever achieve what we imagine. Just recognizing that this problem is universal to men can alleviate some of the pain.

Prager H1: Not Gay Enough

Prager H1: Bisexual players were excluded from a gay softball team in Seattle. Of course, they sued. Meanwhile, in Philadelphia a candidate for a city election claims he’s bisexual, but his opponent outs him as a “straight.”. The new financial reform bill is 1400 pages. It will create yet another massive new government bureaucracy.

Prager H3: Earth Day Turns 40

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Matthew Sleeth, former emergency room doctor and Christian environmentalist. His new book is The Gospel According to the Earth. In New Jersey voters are revolting against higher school budgets, something unheard of until this year. Is this a harbinger of November? Daniel Henninger of the Wall Street Journal thinks it is. Dennis does a final segment with Tom Lewis of CURE International.

Prager H2: Down the Rabbit Hole

Prager H2: Dennis reads an email from a first generation immigrant listener who describes how his sister was “lost” after going to college. Her values veered Left. Now she’s an American-bashing, Castro-loving Leftist. Callers phone in with similar experiences. Dennis does another segment on CURE International with spokesman, Tom Lewis.

Prager H1: What Are We Fighting For?

Prager H1: German troops in Afghanistan are upset and disillusioned. They are treated with contempt by their own people when they return home and have no idea what they fighting for. To make matters worse they can be killed (and have been) but can’t kill (unless fired upon). Dennis talks to AW Montford, internationally known blogger and science writer. His new book is The Hockey Stick Illusion. Dennis talks to Tom Lewis, spokesman for CURE International, Dennis’s favorite medical charity.

Prager H3: How the Left Sees the Right

Prager H3: The Right is evil, heartless, not to mention ignorant and stupid. Yesterday was a banner day for insulting the Right on Left wing TV and talk radio. Dennis plays clips from Joy Behar, Chris Matthews, and Larry King as a sample. Callers weigh in.

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: The Male Brain

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Louann Brizendine, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. Her new book is The Male Brain.

Prager H1: Redefining Violence

Prager H1: Violence gets a new definition. Now it means not getting full funding for your Leftist cause. Joe Biden thinks that Title IX isn’t tough enough. He wants women’s sports to get the same amount of money as men’s sports because men and women feel the same about sports. Don’t they?. Dennis talks to James Hirsch, former reporter for The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. His new book is Willie Mays: The Life and The Legend.

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