Prager H2: Fighting for Freedom

Prager H2: American soldiers fight and die to preserve the freedom and security of our country and freedom and security of others. That can’t be said for any other nation. It’s one of the many reasons America is exceptional… Callers memorialize loved ones who died fighting in War War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Prager H1: Memorial Day

Prager H1: Just yesterday, Marine Corporal, Jacob Leicht, was killed in Afghanistan, the one thousandth US soldier to die in that war. He was on his second tour of duty, having been badly wounded in Iraq, but he wanted to fight for his country and for the liberty of others.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: should we have capital punishment for attempted murder; should women date men with minor children; can Dennis tell the color of an MM from its taste; how is one conductor distinguished from another. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on June 12, 2009.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: The Need to Compartmentalize

Prager H2: Dennis works out a new theory – the need to compartmentalize. Sometimes you need to be able to separate parts of your life to achieve a measure of happiness. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on May 25, 2007.

Prager H3: Warping the Mind

Prager H3: Tavis Smiley, while interviewing Ayaan Hirsi Ali on his PBS TV Show, makes a wild statement that Christian terrorists blow up people “every day.” How can a bright man say such a foolish thing? Dennis explains. An 80-year-old hero in Chicago defends his life, his wife and his home. But to do so, he had to break the law.

Prager H2: Leon de Winter

Prager H2: Dennis talks to one of his favorite guests, international best selling novelist and columnist for leading Dutch magazine, Elsevier, Leon de Winter. Issues raised include: the efficacy of the European Union and the Euro, anti-burka laws; and the European concept of work.

Prager H1: Spilled Oil

Prager H1: Dennis explains why he hasn’t spent a lot of time on the Gulf Oil Spill. Dennis talks to Daniel Okrent, best selling author and formerly an editor for The New York Times, Time, Inc., and Life magazine. His new book is Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition. Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey gives the right answer to a whining teacher.

Prager H3: Stop Thief, Lose Job

Prager H3: A Wal-Mart employee in Kansas stops a thief and is fired for her efforts. Fear of lawsuits is making us a worse country. Dennis talks to Jay Richards, senior fellow at the Discovery Institute. His new book is Money, Greed, and God: Why Capitalism Is the Solution and Not the Problem. SEIU, Service Employee International Union, is developing a bad reputation as a bunch of thugs.

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: How to Remain Faithful

Prager H2: Most men have to confront the temptation to stray sometime in their life. How does one resist this temptation? Dennis offers six compelling reasons not to stray or, to put it another way, how to stay faithful. Male callers weigh in with their own suggestions.

Prager H1: Closed Letter

Prager H1: 250 scientists with the National Academy of Sciences have written an open letter promoting global warming and condemning those who question it. The liberal arts have long been corrupted by the Left. But is it happening in science, too?.. Dennis endorses Carly Fiorina for the California Republican nomination. If she wins her primary, she’ll be running against Barbara Boxer.

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