Prager H3: Compassion for Mass Murderer

Prager H3: The medical report for the Lockerbie Bomber was released. Doctors felt he would do better at home with his mother. The deficit is exploding and putting Obama agenda in jeopardy. Maybe the debt doesn’t bother Democrats (it did, of course, when GW was President), but it apparently bothers much of the country. Dennis talks to Michael Fumento, science writer, investigative journalist and founder of the Independent Journalism Project, about the swine flu and the ineffectiveness of the President’s stimulus package. Liberal Wisconsin Senator, Russ Feingold, predicts no Health Care Reform by Christmas or maybe ever.

Prager H1: See Ya, CIA

Prager H1: Attorney General, Eric Holder, has appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the CIA interrogation of terror suspects. It’s hard to imagine the CIA surviving as an effective institution. Dennis talks to Yossi Klein Halevi, senior fellow at Adelson Institute in Jerusalem. The subject is a scurrilous accusation against Israel made in a mainstream Swedish newspaper. Wikipedia makes it harder for members to alter biographies of living people. They had no choice. The privilege has been abused.

Prager H2: Heaven and Earth, Part II

Prager H2: Dennis has a second conversation with Ian Plimer, Professor in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences as The University of Adelaide. His new book is Heaven and Earth.

Prager H3: Ultimate Issues Hour: Political Correctness

Prager H3: When did it start? What does it mean? What are the consequences? Dennis deconstructs a very sensitive and important topic. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast February 17, 2009.

Prager H1: My Kid, the Honor Student

Prager H1: Dennis comments on the common bumper sticker – “Proud Parent of an Honor Student at Piggly-Wiggly High School” or words to that effect. When did this start? Is it a good idea?

Prager H2: Scotland’s Shame

Prager H2: The controversy over Scotland’s release of the Lockerbie bomber mushroomed over the weekend. The more one studies this decision, the worse it looks. The Director of the FBI, Robert Mueller, wrote a letter to the Scottish Justice Secretary, unprecedented in its harshness. Dennis plays an exchange between the Express Jet pilot, stuck in her plane with her passengers for 6 hours, and ground control in Rochester, MN.

Prager H3: Truth and Economics

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Guy Sorman, contributing editor of City Journal. His new book is Economics Does Not Lie: A Defense of Free Market in a Time of Crisis. Polar bears have a good summer. Senator Chuck Schumer contends that any “objective observer” can see that the Democrats has been open to compromise on health care reform.

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