Prager H3: Dennis argued in a recent column in the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles that the normative Jewish view is that people are not basically good. The journal’s liberal leadership took great offense. Dennis explains why and in doing so exposes a truth about the liberal mind.
Prager H2: Dennis resumes the discussion on the question as to whether a barber in Vermont committed an act of kindness or racism. Who was behind the “Printer Bomb” plot last week and how close did they come to success?… GW defends waterboarding to the Times of London.
Prager H1: The Left creates “Straw Man” arguments that it attributes to conservatives (arguments conservative never offer) and then knocks down those arguments. This is what passes as high intellectual thought. The issue of same sex marriage is a perfect example. A barber in Vermont declines to cut a black man’s hair. He claims that he’s not good at it. Is that racism?.. Dennis talks to Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma about earmarks. They have to be ended, but not in the way commonly believed.
Prager H3: When liberals have to face sad facts, they just ignore them. Dennis uses the reaction he received to a recent column in the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles as a case in point. Dennis talks to Ann Coulter about last Tuesday’s results.
Prager H2: The monster who murdered a family Connecticut was given the death penalty today. Opposition to the death penalty, thought to be so enlightened, is actually a heartless belief that ignores the true horror of the crime.
Prager H1: Dennis talks to Michael Barone of the Washington Examiner about what the numbers from last Tuesday’s election mean. California has becoming a national joke, the Lindsay Lohan of states, once promising, now pathetic.
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: Why don’t young people rebel against liberals the way they rebelled against conservatives in the 60’s; how soft is Dennis’s hair; are liberal elites on the decline; should parents who adopted a black child teach that child “black culture.”
Prager H2: Are we formed by our nature or our environment? From a happiness perspective, it doesn’t matter. What matters is what we decide to do with our own lives.
Prager H1: Why did Democrats lose big on Tuesday? President Obama blames poor salesmanship on an upcoming “60 Minutes” Does anyone, including the President, really believe that?.. Dennis talks to Adam Lerrick, professor of economics at Carnegie Mellon University about Federal Reserve’s latest monetary move – buying $600 billion in bonds. Funny how Democrats always seem to win close races.