Archive for Thu, Jan 13, 2011

Prager H1: Memorial for Tucson Victims

The President gave an excellent speech last night, honoring the dead and wounded in Tucson. Unfortunately, the tone of the speech was not in line with the tone of largely student crowd who cheered inappropriately throughout. Did they not know they were at a memorial event?… As Dennis predicted, the Left zoned in on Sarah Palin’s “blood libel” phrase in her remarks regarding the Tucson tragedy. Their criticisms make very little sense at best and are despicable at worst.

Prager H2: Blood Libel

Dennis wonders why the Left so despises Sarah Palin. He has theories and so do callers, but ultimately, it’s emotional and irrational. The Left has no compunction about lying if it thinks those lies will damage Conservatives. Never has this been clearer than this week. Dennis plays a few clips from the President’s speech last night.

Prager H3: Maher Libel

Bill Maher, like most on the Left, has no trouble assigning blame to the Right for the Tucson murders even as he admits there’s no “direct” connection and that the murderer is a “a nut.”. Dennis talks to Burton Folsom, professor of history at Hillsdale College in Michigan and senior historian at the Foundation for Economic Education in Irvington, New York. His latest book is New Deal or Raw Deal?: How FDR’s Economic Legacy Has Damaged America.

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