Prager H3: Michael Barone and Open Lines

Prager H3: Dennis talks to renowned political analyst, Michael Barone, about the upcoming election. Issues raised by callers include: should people be excluded from buying insurance because of pre-existing conditions; are there people with psychic ability; would Dennis go on Jon Stewart’s show. .. Dennis talks again to Colonel Mike Prendergast, running for Congress in Florida. We could use his discipline in Washington.

Prager H1: Grasping Reality

Prager H1: Two of the country’s best reporters, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, see Obama’s agenda failing because he was too centrist and not progressive enough. Not Left enough?.. Dennis talks to Meg Whitman. The latest poll rates her race with Jerry Brown a toss up… Hispanics are more divided on illegal immigration than you might suspect, according to a new poll… John Kerry thinks that the American people are know-nothing simpletons.

Prager H3: Rising Star

Prager H3: Dennis talks to rising Republican star, Ryan Frazier, running for Congress in the Denver area. He’s in a very tight race. If he wins, you will be hearing a lot from this man… Shelby Steele understands why the President has failed to persuade the American people to follow his Leftist agenda… Dennis returns to Tom Lewis of CURE International… Dennis talks to Pat Toomey, Senate candidate for Pennsylvania. His race is one of the bellwethers of this election.

Prager H2: Left and Right Divide

Prager H2: Dennis continues to develop, with the help of callers, his theme that there are clear distinctions between the Left and Right… Who is more dangerous to society — big government or big business? No corporation has ever built a concentration camp… Dennis talks again to Tom Lewis of CURE International.

Prager H1: Getting Out of Your Way

Prager H1: Conservatives want to get of your way. Liberals would prefer to control as much as your life as they can… Dennis talks to Tom Lewis, national spokesman for CURE International, a medical charity that provides surgical care to children in the developing world… Dennis talks to Peter Corrigan, Ohio Republican congressional candidate running against Leftist Democrat, Dennis Kucinich. Corrigan has a real chance of winning.

Prager H3: Tactics of the Left

Prager H3: The oldest tactic of the Left is to characterize the Right as incipient Nazis. Today’s entry comes from Ed Schultz… Democrats have spent moremoney on this election than Republicans by a large margin… A court rules that need not show proof of citizenship when registering to vote… If both parties engage in hyperbole, why should you vote for one over the other?

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: Praiseworthy

Prager H2: Why do men praise themselves and women don’t? This question leads Dennis to some new theories about the differences between men and women. Callers weigh in.

Prager H1: Easy to Destroy

Prager H1: It’s easy to destroy. It’s very difficult to create and maintain. The Founding Fathers created the greatest country in the history of the world. But it can be brought down if we abandon our basic values of Liberty, E Pluribus Unum and In God We Trust… Dennis talks again to Dr. Rob Steele, the cardiologist from Detroit who is challenging, one of the liberal lions of the Democratic Party, John Dingell.

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