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Prager H1: Same Sex Setback

Prager H1: NY State Senate rejected a same sex marriage bill, a surprising display of common sense from a place you wouldn’t have expected to find it. The President’s Surge Speech has confused everybody – Republicans, Democrats, Afghanis, and Pakistanis. Dennis talks to Dale Brantner, VP of Cure International about the phenomenal work this organization does to provide hospital care for children in the third world, including Afghanistan. Susan Boyle’s debut albums rockets to the top of the charts. Honduras refuses to kowtow to world pressure and defends its democracy.

Prager H2: Black Out

Prager H2: The network news organizations, ABC, NBC and CBS have not devoted five minutes to the ClimateGate scandal, scientists suppressing key climate data. Of course, these news organizations have no political agenda… This scandal is undermining science, itself. Dennis talks again to Dale Brantner, VP of CURE International. The burka turns out to be the terrorists’ best weapon.

Prager H3: Sexting

Prager H3: According to a new poll, sexting – sending sexually charged text messages – is growing in popularity among teens. This is yet another bad social trend. Dennis talks again to Dale Brantner, senior VP of CURE International. Meredith Baxter comes out as a lesbian and three marriages and five children. Isn’t homosexuality supposed to be fixed?

Prager H1: Obama’s Surge

Prager H1: Dennis discusses the Obama’s “Afghan surge” speech last night. The message was mixed — encouraged that the President is sending more troops; discouraged that he’s setting a deadline.

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: Strange Changes

Prager H2: Spouses sometimes change dramatically during the course of their marriage. It’s a source of possible conflict and in many cases there is no good guy or bad guy. How does one deal with it?

Prager H3: Obama Doctrine

Prager H3: Did we receive the Obama Doctrine last night? 18 months are we’re out?… Tiger Woods now admits to having a long time affair. To see Woods’ life from the outside was too see a perfect life. Now that we’re getting a closer look, we see that he has his own problems – just like everybody else.Merry Christmas is banned in a Massachusetts town.

Prager H1: Political Science

Prager H1: We have seen the politicization of science over the last few decades. This latest global warming debacle of scientists suppressing data is perhaps worst example… Dennis talks to Cyrus Nowrasteh, the writer and director of the powerful film, The Stoning of Soraya M. The movie is set in modern Iran and is shaping up as a dark horse Oscar contender… Do we really need another international climate conference?… Allen misses the show because of the birth of his niece Molly’s and her husband Erick’s first child, Lily Ann. Dennis explains why the birth of this baby means so much to Allen and his wife, Susie.

Prager H2: Still Waiting

Prager H2: The world is still waiting for a major march of moderate Muslims. Even Thomas Friedman of the NY Times is running out of patience…

Prager H1: Out of Africa

Prager H1: Dennis returns from his week in Africa. The Tiger Woods crash affair tells us at least thing – every one has problems. Or as the late Helen Telushkin famously said – the only happy I know are people I don’t know well. How did two socialites gate crash a White House state dinner? And what does it mean?

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