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Dennis Prager 20190611 – 3 Fulfillment

Mark Isler fills in for Dennis from Los Angeles. Are you doing the job you always wanted to? Did the job you ended up doing become fulfilling? Mark asks callers what they think.

Dennis Prager 20190611 – 2 Bridging the Gap

Mark Isler fills in for Dennis from Los Angeles. Mark has good discussions with callers, proving that thoughtful disagreement can be civil. A Democrat caller explains her opposition to President Trump, logically, without emotion.

Dennis Prager 20190610 – 2 Forget Climate Change

Dan Proft stands in for Dennis from Chicago. David Harsanyi, nationally syndicated columnist and senior editor at The Federalist, joins the show. His latest book First Freedom: A Ride Through America’s Enduring History with the Gun. Dan also talks about: Joel Ross’ newsletter, The Ross Rant, urging his readers to ‘forget climate change’ and a jury found Oberlin College libeled a bakery and awards $11 million in damages.

Dennis Prager • 20190610 – 1 Nothing Normal

Dan Proft stands in for Dennis from Chicago. President Trump doubles down on tariff strategy. He says his threat to impose tariffs on Mexico encouraged the country to agree to stronger immigration enforcement, and he predicts the strategy will be successful with China. Scott Shellady “The Cow Guy” joins the program. Hillary Clinton continued her Anti-Trump crusade over the weekend, stating: “There is nothing normal about undermining the rule of law. There is nothing normal about attacking the press. There is nothing normal about trying to undermine another branch of government. There is nothing normal about trying to use the political system to go after your enemies. There is nothing normal about any of that.”

Dennis Prager 20190610 – 3 Gay for 30 Days

Dan Proft stands in for Dennis from Chicago. Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, joins the program. Dan discusses several topics: The making of a YouTube radical; Heterosexual liberal men are going “Gay for 30 Days” in support of Pride Month; America Has a New National Pastime: Drag is now a full-fledged spectator sport.

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