Prager H3: The Roots of Obama’s Rage, Part 3

Prager H3: Dinesh D’Souza fills in for Dennis. The discussion of his new book continues as Eric Metaxas, author of: Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy joins in.

Prager H3: Blame Game

Prager H3: Dennis returns again to the President’s Rolling Stone interview. Dennis talks to Steve Moore of the Wall Street Journal about the Bush and Obama deficits and the differences between them. Meg Whitman did well in her debate with Jerry Brown last night. Jerry Brown did well, too. But why would you vote for a man who represents the party that has turned the Golden State into a basket case?

Prager H1: Like a Rolling Stone

Prager H1: Jann Wenner, publisher of Rolling Stone, interviewed the President. His questions were absurdly biased in the President’s favor. In an Internet game of “Telephone,” Dennis’s column on the speech a high school principal should give went viral. But along the way Dennis’s name was dropped and “real” high school principals and other conditions were added. Dennis returns to the President’s Rolling Stone interview and some of the President’s answers. A little boy is turned over to his sperm donor “father” in Ohio, an echo of the tragic “Baby Richard” story Dennis covered a decade ago.

Prager H3: Joseph Telushkin

Prager H3: Dennis talks to his good friend and co author, Rabbi Joseph Telushkin about his important new book, Hillel: If Not Now, When?

Prager H2: How Low Can You Go?

Prager H2: Alan Grayson, Democratic congressman from the Florida, has hit a new low, taking the words of his opponent, totally out of context. What is Hillary Clinton doing playing paddy cake with the dictator of Syria? It never works. It won’t work this time. It just makes us look bad, and worse, foolish.

Prager H1: David Horowitz

Prager H1: Dennis talks to David Horowitz, President of the David Horowitz Freedom Center. His new book is Reforming Our Universities: The Campaign for an Academic Bill Of Rights. The Tea Party and what it means to the Republican Party also is part of the discussion.

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