Prager H3: The West treats the Islamic countries like children. We have to stop… Dennis talks to John Hagee, senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, a nondenominational evangelical church with more than 20,000 active members. He’s also the founder of Christians United for Israel, a grassroots national association with over one million members. His new book is The Power of the Prophetic Blessing.
Prager H2: We don’t fear the adherents of any other religion. Why do we fear Islamists? Anybody afraid of Christian mobs? Buddhist mobs? Dennis talks to Tim Groseclose, professor of Political Science and Economics at UCLA. His latest Prager U course, “Do High Takes Raise More Money?” has been seen by more than 20K computers in 3 days.
Prager H1: Dennis talks to Daniel Gordis, Senior Vice President of the Shalem Center in Jerusalem. His new book is The Promise of Israel: Why Its Seemingly Greatest Weakness Is Actually Its Greatest Strength… The Muslim world has to grow up. It’s that basic…
Prager H3: Dennis returns to his discussion of the multiple crises in the Middle East. Let’s stop officially apologizing for things we didn’t do. Bowing to the cultural sensitivities of Islamists is not helping anyone, including Muslims… Why wouldn’t the President meet with the Prime Minister of Israel during his visit to NYC?
Prager H2: Before callers weigh in, Dennis states that one clear advantage of marrying young is that you share a lifetime of memories. Questions include: do you believe husbands should stay in shape for their wives; why do you say that a successful marriage takes luck; with the power of the visual in men, if a woman is a regular occurrence in a husband’s life, how should a wife handle that?
Prager H1: A Youtube video supposedly attacking Muhammad, sparked protests against U.S. interests in Egypt and Libya yesterday. In Libya, the attackers killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Dennis talks with Daniel Pipes, President of The Middle East Forum, about the past 24 hours. Dennis reminds us all that murder is worse than mockery, and that we, as a country, have nothing to apologize for with regards to this situation.