Prager H3: Potpourri

Prager H3: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis, he touches on many of the sound bites from the weekend: Chris Matthews blamed the uprising in Egypt on George Bush and the Iraq war; V.P. Biden would not call Pres. Mubarak a dictator; S.O.H. Boehner was asked about crying so often and smoking; Sen. Rand Paul wants to cut all foreign aid, including to Israel; Hillary Clinton weighs in on Egypt; and Betty White won an award from the S.A.G. last night and speaks on passion.

Prager H2: Lying to be Famous

Prager H2: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis and reviews recent news stories involving people who fabricate crimes in order to gain fame. He also discusses the issue of security in our schools, and the rise of crimes on campus. Callers weigh in. Topics include: corporal punishment, corrupt teachers’ unions, and the state of urban districts.

Prager H1: Egypt and Ed Royce

Prager H1: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis, covers the recent developments in Egypt, and talks to CA Congressman Ed Royce. Callers weigh in.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, listeners set the agenda. Issues raised include: how can conservatives say the fifties were so great when there was segregation; why is Dennis an Angel fan; should a young Christian woman who wants to be actress move to NYC; how does one deal with grief; is there a way to prevent teen suicide. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on April 2, 2010.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: It’s Inauthentic

Prager H2: Dennis preaches: “Act happy even if you don’t feel it,” and people often tell him that it is not authentic to act in a way that you are not feeling. He defends his statement and tackles the notion that it is inauthentic. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on October 30, 2009.

Prager H1: Can’t Remember What I Forgot

Prager H1: Dennis talks to Sue Halpern, scholar in resident at Middlebury College in Vermont. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Condé Nast Traveler, and The New York Review of Books, among other publications. Her latest book is Can’t Remember What I Forgot: The Good News from the Front Lines of Memory Research. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on July 3, 2008.

Prager H3: Balloon Heads

Prager H3: Dennis discusses the future of liberty in the Middle East and America. Callers weigh in on Chris Matthew and Washington Post reporter Jonathan Capehart’s opinion of the “three-fifths compromise”, along with their accusations of Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann’s ignorance of American history.

Prager H2: George Friedman: The Next Decade, Part 2

Prager H2: Dennis talks to George Friedman, Founder and CEO of Stratfor, on his new book The Next Decade. Topics include: the state of national security, the future of terrorism, the growth of the world’s Islamic population, and America’s unique emphasis on liberty.

Prager H1: Stop-Watch

Prager H1: Dennis discusses the declining use of watches and their technological replacements. Callers weigh in. He then reviews Chris Matthew’s interview of Washington Post reporter Jonathan Capehart, and their misunderstanding of American history and the “three-fifths compromise”.

Prager H3: George Friedman: The Next Decade

Prager H3: Dennis talks to one of his favorite guests, George Friedman, Founder and CEO of Stratfor, a global intelligence service. His new book is The Next Decade. Topics include: what the President said and didn’t say about foreign policy, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan. Dennis returns to SOTU and the Ryan response.

Prager H2: Not Same Hopes, Not Same Creed

Prager H2: The Left and Right don’t share the same hopes or the same creed, as the President suggests. Rep. Paul Ryan’s rebuttal speech was excellent. It stands as a strong contrast to the President’s speech.

Prager H1: The Government Never Spends.

Prager H1: It only “invests.” Dennis analyzes President Obama State of the Union Address. It was back to the “We aren’t red states or blue states, we’re the United States” style rhetoric of his 2008 campaign. Lofty, but lots of empty calories.

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