Prager H3: Dennis talks to Mark Helprin, frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal, senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, and best -selling novelist. His new book, now out in paperback is In Sunlight and in Shadow.
Prager H2: A society that openly celebrates Halloween and not Christmas is a society in decline… Government workers miss a lot more time than private workers… Brown University students shout NYC Police Chief, Ray Kelly, off the stage. He couldn’t give his speech…
Prager H1: Is the President of the United States a serial teller of falsehoods? The evidence continues to mount. “You can keep your health care” is just the latest, though perhaps most stark example…
Prager H3: The Obama Administration thinks everyone wants a government subsidy… If you have an individual health policy and you like it, you can’t keep it… Politically, the Left and Right now have nothing in common.
Prager H2: Men want to be devoted to his mate and give her everything she desires. But his mate has to provide him with what he needs – admiration, nurturing, attention, validation, among other things.
Prager H1: HHS Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, testifies before Congress today. She didn’t come off well with her evasions, but neither did Republicans with their belligerent questioning… Dennis talks to Tim LeFever, CEO of LeFever Mattson Property Management and one of the leaders of the movement to Repeal AB1266 (California’s Transgender Bathroom law)… Crime in California is way up. Maybe it has something with the fact that 40K prisoners have been released.
Prager H3: Katy Butler joins Dennis on the Ultimate Issues hour to discuss her new book, Knocking on Heaven’s Door: The Path to a Better Way of Death. Dennis and Katy take calls on the subject of death and dying.
Prager H2: Dennis talks to Dr. Charles Krauthammer about his new book, Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics.
Prager H1: Dennis reports the top stories. Friday night on Real Time with Bill Maher, Bill stood up to Valerie Plame, Michael Moore, and Al Sharpton when they compared Christian extremism to Islamic extremism.