Per usual callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: should you force children to play a musical instrument; how does Dennis feel about “automatic” responses to questions like “how are you?”; should you leave your parents, if your fiancé wants to live in a different city. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast January 16, 2015.
Dennis believes that you must seek out happiness wherever you can, and yes… that certainly includes aunts and uncles. Dennis’ nephew talks about his trip here and why he’s excited to be on the west coast. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast May 24, 2013.
Dennis talks to renowned biographer Michael Korda. His new book is Clouds of Glory: The Life and Legend of Robert E. Lee. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast July 3, 2014.
Dennis talks to Michael Shellenberger, founder and president of Environmental Progress, an independent, nonpartisan research organization based in Berkeley, California. His new book is Apocalypse Never: Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All.
The Dems don’t care about small business. Small business owners don’t vote for them. The Dems don’t care about blacks. They just use them, making false promises to keep them in the fold… Dennis talks to Svetlana Lokhova, British historian and a leading authority on Soviet espionage. She is a scholar at Cambridge University. Her new book is Spygate Exposed. She has had to self-publish after her original publisher pulled out. To buy the book go to spygate-exposed.com.
The rot has spread wide and deep. A Chattanooga, Tennessee restaurant is forced by the social media mob to cancel a food order for a police rally… Dennis talks to Dr. Jeff Barke, family physician in Newport Beach, CA. He explains why we should be happy about increase in cases; not shutting down businesses again.
Dennis goes through the real numbers and wonders why a second Covid-19 shutdown is necessary. Dennis talks to Ami Horowitz, video journalist. He was attacked while covering a protest in front of City Hall in New York City.
Dennis wonders if the Covid-19 lockdown has given some career first women time to reconsider being full-time Moms. Callers share their experiences.
Dennis talks to Tom Sowell, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford. His new book is Charter Schools and Their Enemies.