Archive for Mon, Dec 20, 2010

Prager H1: I’m Offended

Prager H1: Dennis ponders what has happened to the phrase “Merry Christmas”. A caller then shared her experience singing in the Blacksburg Master Chorale, whose annual performance of Handel’s “Messiah”, held at a church, must be called a “Holiday Concert”. Dennis then concluded people most often say they are offended, rather than simply in disagreement, as a way to shut up their opposition.

Prager H2: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Prager H2: Dennis reviewed the repercussions of repealing “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”. A caller posed the question of whether or not Christians in the military would be allowed to share their views on homosexuality if gays are allowed to openly share their sexuality.

Prager H3: Cool It

Prager H3: Dennis discussed the health of the Lockerbie bomber, who continues to live past his 3 month diagnosis from prostate cancer. While Scotland initially refused to release him, it was actually Britain who gave in to international threats over the bomber’s release. Dennis was then joined by author and filmmaker Bjorn Lomborg, who discussed his views on global warming and the excessive amount of tax payer money spent on it, as seen in his film/book Cool It.

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