Archive for Mon, Jun 28, 2010

Prager H1: Culture of Exposure

Prager H1: David Brooks writes in the NY Times that we are now living in a “culture of exposure.” Ironically, this “tell everything” style of reporting will lead to less good information, not more. “Protesters” rioted at the G20, smashing store front windows and burning cars. This is de rigeur at economic summits and following NBA championships. The Frank/Dodd reform is a 2000 page muddle. The only guaranteed result is full employment for lawyers.

Prager H2: Transformational

Prager H2: At a G20 press conference, President Obama wonders why anyone would doubt that he would be a transformational leader. He promised he would fundamentally change America, didn’t he?… Dennis talks to Gabriel Schoenfeld, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. His new book is Necessary Secrets: National Security, the Media, and the Rule of Law. High schools now routinely have multiple valedictorians.

Prager H3: Gitmo No Mo

Prager H3: Remember what a big issue Gitmo was to the Democrats? Now it’s a non-issue ? Why?… Dennis returns to the multiple valedictorian issue. Some schools have as many of as a hundred of them. To the liberal mind, equality is the most important value. Dennis talks to Ziad Abdelnour, President & CEO Blackhawk Partners, Inc on why the rich are vilified and why that’s bad.

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