Prager H2: What Does Victory Look Like?

Prager H2: Dennis was on with Larry King last night. Liberal talk show host, Stephanie Miller, asked him to define victory. Dennis did. Easily. Then, she described Timothy McVeigh as a Christian terrorist (morally equivalent to Muslim terrorists). Dennis corrected her. Easily. Allen does a honey tasting, enlisting listeners attending the Minnesota State Fair. Dennis talks to Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Nancy Pelosi’s number one target.

Prager H3: Father Coughlin

Prager H3: Howard Dean casually compares Glenn Beck to Father Coughlin, a racist radio personality from the 30’s. Charles Blow of the NY Times says he’s a rhetorical assassin. This is the the NY Times’ prescription for improving the economy — more debt and more taxes. That should work. The Left is preoccupied with race.

Prager H2: Tom Emmer

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Tom Emmer, Republican candidate for governor for Minnesota. A solid, salt of the earth, father of seven, Emmer impresses Dennis with his straightforward, no nonsense approach to politics. Dennis returns to his analysis of this past weekend’s Glenn Beck rally. Ben Jealous, head of the NAACP, says that the people who attended the Glenn Beck rally would not agree with the ML King’s “I Have a Dream Speech.” Ironically, Jealous thinks that race is more important than the people who attended the rally, more than ML King.

Prager H1: Overwhelming White

Prager H1: Glenn Beck held a very, very large rally at the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday. The most interesting aspect of the media coverage was the near-universal description of the crowd as being “overwhelmingly” or “predominantly” white. Dennis talks to Randy DeCleene, Senior Advisor for International Politics and Strategic Communications to Major General Tony Cucolo, the Commanding General of the Third Infantry Division. Issues discussed include current situation in Iraq today — status of US troops, political state of the country, upsurge in terror since US withdrawal.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: do women make good politicians; how can a parent reconcile two quarreling children; does the Arizona immigration law violate the Bible; what musical instrument does Dennis play. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on May 7, 2010.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Trust

Prager H2: To be happy you have to trust people. A suspicious nature is a nature that will have difficulty finding happiness. Dennis gives some guidelines as to who can be trusted and who can’t. But, in the final analysis, you have to risk trusting people and risk being hurt. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on February 27, 2009.

Prager H3: There Is No Alternative

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Claire Berlinski, investigative journalist whose work appears regularly in The Washington Post, Asia Times, The Weekly Standard, and The National Review. Her new book is There Is No Alternative: Why Margaret Thatcher Matters. Berlinski lives in Istanbul, Turkey. The future of this critical country is also a topic of conversation.

Prager H2: Tancredo Torpedo

Prager H2: Independent candidate for Colorado Governor, Tom Tancredo, is torpedoing the chances of the Republican candidate, Dan Maes. To vote for Tancredo is to vote for the Democrat. This is third party “suicide” and incredibly self-destructive. Ironically, many Muslims outside the U.S. don’t think the mosque should be built at GZ. The CEO of Intel says that the administration is choking off any chance of economic growth with its massive new federal mandates – health care and financial “reform.”

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