Prager H1: Political races are tightening up across the country – in both directions. Republicans are gaining in some races and Democrats gaining in others. Political commentator, Juan Williams, gets the can from NPR. He told Bill O’Reilly that when he sees Muslims in Muslim garb getting on a plane, he gets nervous. That was enough for NPR to show him the door. But does anyone at NPR feel differently?.. Do you vote for the candidate or the party?
Prager H2: A moderator of a debate of Florida Senate candidates asked Republican Marco Rubio an obviously leading question, suggesting that even though Rubio is Latino, he’s really anti-Latino. Do Democrats every get treated like this?.. Dennis talks to Stanley Kurtz, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, as well as a contributing editor for National Review Online. His new book is Radical-in-Chief: Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism.
Prager H3: Dennis reflects on the definition of socialism. It doesn’t mean that the government owns businesses. That’s Marxism. But it does mean that the government controls business. Dennis plays Marco Rubio’s great response to the attack question he played in hour two. Dennis talks to another impressive Republican candidate, Nan Hayworth, running for Congress in the 19th district of New York. A doctor (ophthalmologist), mother and businesswoman, she knows why Big Government is the problem, not the solution. Dennis also talks to Kelly McManaman from Atlanta, Georgia. She’s been inspired to become a Republican activist in this election.
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