Prager H3: Dennis talks to George Friedman, CEO and founder of Stratfor, a private intelligence company. His new book, now out in paperback, is The Next Decade: Empire and Republic in a Changing World… The courageous governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, must win his recall vote.
Prager H2: Government welfare programs crowd out private charity efforts. Eventually, like in Europe, citizens stop contributing to charities. They figure the government will take care of it… A young atheist in Rhode Island sues to have a non-denominational prayer taken out of her high school… Oakland’s Occupy Wall Street crowd turns violent, burning an American flag and vandalizing government property. The city’s Leftist mayor must wish she was dealing the Tea Party.
Prager H1: Who is the Republicans’ most electable candidate? That’s the key question… The President desperately needs “the youth vote.” So, he panders to them with yet another unworkable, hard to decipher scheme to keep tuition costs down; the same costs the federal government have driven up with its grants and loans. He assumes that students are not smart enough to figure this out. He may be right.