Prager H3: If the government shuts down, we will survive… Is the new President of Iran a wolf in sheep’s clothing? Every indication is that the answer is yes… The Dean of Climatology in the US, MIT’s Richard Lindzen, calls the IPCC report “hilariously inept.”… Do the Republicans still hold a trump card in their shutdown debate – the Vitter Amendment that compels Congress to subscribe to ObamaCare… A judge in New Jersey orders the legalization of same-sex marriage. She uses the Supreme Court decision as her precedent.
Prager H2: Iran’s new diplomatic initiatives mask a deadly desire – to get a nuclear weapon. More talks, buys Iran more time to achieve that goal… Dennis talks to Phillip Swagel, Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland about the government shut down and the debt ceiling debates… Dennis talks to Kenneth Meshoe, a member of the South African parliament. Meshoe, a black South African, teaches the latest Prager University course – A South African, Israel and Apartheid.
Prager H1: Washington is all atwitter about a pending government shut down. It’s not something anybody should want, but if it happens, it’s not a disaster. Democrats may think it’s the end of the world, but they think everything that doesn’t go their way is the end of the world… Dennis talks to Jim Jones, the President of the Well Spring Benefits Group, about how one can negotiate the confusing mess that is ObamaCare.
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: should political and religious topics be excluded in a social situation; can you be conservative and not religious; is it okay to waste time.
Prager H2: You will greatly increase your chances of happiness if you spend your time with good people. Choose your associates carefully, if you can.
Prager H1: The quality of life in this country has been overwhelmed by an obsession with safety. “Better safe than sorry” has superseded “land of the free and home of brave.”… What has the Cruz filibuster achieved? Is this an example of the Right engaging in Stage One thinking… Are we being played by Iran? Again?
Prager H3: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis and continues with his guests Michael Klein and Calvin Abbasi. He is also joined by Shawn Steel – RNC National Committeeman California Representative Party, and Jason Chung – Asian Communications Director for the RNC. They continue to debate the differences between the Left and the Right.
Prager H2: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis and is joined by Michael Klein – Attorney with Klein and Weisz, Emanuel Pleitez – Commissioner for LA Fire and Police Pensions, and Calvin Abbasi – Executive Director of UFish and a Law and Economics student at USC. Callers weigh in on the differences between the Left and the Right.
Prager H1: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis and discusses President Obama’s amateur status and that we can’t trust his words. Mark thinks Jimmy Carter should thank President Obama… and that we should do our best to avoid another leftist in the Oval Office. Callers weigh in.