Prager H1: Van Tran

Prager H1: Dennis talks to Van Tran. Born in Viet Nam, he loves this country and all the opportunities it has given him. Now a Republican State Assemblyman in California, he is running for Congress against Loretta Sanchez, a liberal congresswoman who has never met a spending program she wouldn’t vote for. The President’s “fear and frustration” speech to donors a few days ago has caused consternation even among liberals. France is grinding to standstill over the government’s attempt to move the retirement age from 60 to 62. Businesses are fleeing California in waves. And, the citizens of that state are seriously considering electing another Democrat as governor?

Prager H2: Multiculturalism, Utter Failure

Prager H2: Angela Merkel, the President of Germany, declares that multiculturalism in that country has been an unmitigated disaster and should be abandoned. Multiculturalism, the belief that no culture is better than another, is a basic tenet of the Left. Dennis talks Cam Cavasso, running for Senate in Hawaii against Daniel Inouye, your classic, old school tax and spend liberal. Over the last two weeks, Cavasso has come on strong in the polls. A major upset is possible.

Prager H3: The Ten Commandments

Prager H3: Dennis talks to David Hazony, writer for New Republic and The Jerusalem Post. This is his first book. The Ten Commandments: How Our Most Ancient Moral Text Can Renew Modern Life.

Prager H1: Fear and Frustration

Prager H1: President Obama tells a small group of donors that the electorate is motivated by fear and frustration. Yes, Mr. President, fear of you and frustration that you promised to rule as Centrist, not as a Leftist. Maureen Dowd vents her ire at Republican women. But she doesn’t back up any of her mean-spirited charges with facts.

Prager H2: Silent Cal

Prager H2: The most underrated of our Presidents, Calvin Coolidge, made a clear statement in 1924 about why small government, not big government is the American way . Dennis talks to Tim Scott, a Republican candidate for Congress in South Carolina. He happens to be black. The President of Germany, Angela Merkel, declares multiculturalism to be an “utter failure.”

Prager H3: Where Do They Come from?

Prager H3: The Left has dominated public education, the university and the mainstream media for decades. Why hasn’t conservatism been wiped out? The Left can’t figure it out and its driving them nuts. Dennis talks to Ken Buck, candidate for Senate, Colorado. Dennis also talks to Colonel Mike Prendergast, running for Congress in the 11th district of Florida, the Tampa Bay area.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: In the Wilderness

Prager H2: The nature of life is to wander in the proverbial wilderness. That “wilderness” can take many forms – career, spiritual, relationships. Sometimes we find a way out; sometimes we don’t. Even Moses didn’t make it to the Promised Land. But how we come to terms with this idea is a key to living a happier life.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: are people on the Left brainwashed; does Dennis prefer New York City or Los Angeles: is it harder to raise children now than it was 20 years ago; is peace possible in the Middle East; should a couple take government money so that the mother can stay home to raise their child.

Prager H1: Walk Out

Prager H1: Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar walk out on their own show when Bill O’Reilly has the temerity to assert that Muslims perpetrated the 9/11 terror attack. Dennis talks Ruth McClung, a real life rocket scientist who decided to enter politics and run for Congress in the 7th district of Arizona against one of the most liberals members in the House. In a 55% Hispanic district, she’s now pulled ahead. Dennis explains why he is now proud to be Republican. France is in the grip of national strikes over “pension reform,” moving the retirement age from 60 to 62. Can Sarkozy pull a Thatcher?

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