Prager H3: YouTube and Twitter have been flooded with anti-American rants in response to the new Prager U course. Dennis sees it as a perfect example of George Gilder’s brilliant “Israel Test.” How do you react to people who excel you? Do you want to bring them to down or do you want to model them? This applies to countries as well as people.
Prager H2: Greece fashioned itself as a socialist paradise – high wages, generous pensions. One problem: they never had the money to pull it off. They borrowed and borrowed to keep the merry-go-round going, but now it’s stopped… Dennis talks to Nick Adams, Australian columnist and author. He teaches the newest Prager U course “What Makes America Different?”
Prager H1: New Jersey Chris Christie entered the race with a statement about the lack of compromise in Washington. But how do you compromise with the Left?… The term Political Correctness is itself a term of political correctness.
Prager H3: A grand experiment is being conducted on young Americans. They are being told they are not really American, not really male or female; that gender doesn’t matter. There will be consequences… The notion of differences is offensive to the Left… Christian communities are being exterminated and the Pope is preoccupied with Global Warming. Why did he use a term like “Mother Earth” to describe Nature?… Even former Obama advisors think the proposed Iran nuke deal is a bad one.
Prager H2: You may support the redefinition of marriage, but you should be very unhappy on how it was imposed on the American people… The liberals of the Supreme Court have turned this branch of government into a super-legislature… The Pope’s encyclical on Global Warming is very foolish, and worse…
Prager H1: Dennis returns from his listener cruise to Europe. A lot happened – none of it good – while he was away: Supreme Court rulings on ObamaCare and same sex marriage, the massacre of church members in Charlotte, South Carolina, the massacre in Tunisia. He comments on all.
Prager H3: Mark interviews Michael Ramirez, a political cartoonist with IBD, about how to change the culture through media and popular education. Caller asks about a hypothetical situation in which two heterosexual males get married for the financial benefits that marriage provides. It’s not just about the Supreme Court decisions, its about influencing the next generation.
Prager H2: Mark shows how the Supreme Court’s ruling today leaves way for all sorts of other problems regarding gender. If “love is love” then what are the limits to who or what can be loved? Mark interviews Dr. Edwin Krupp, director of Griffith Observatory, about the observatory and space.