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Prager H3: Presenting the Petition

Prager H3: 1.3 million listeners signed a petition to keep the government from taking over health care. Dennis talks about being at the ceremonial presentation of the petition to Congress… President’s speech last night was the ultimate liberal fantasy — every body gets everything they want and nobody has to pay for it, except the rich.

Prager H1: The Most Likely to Succeed

Prager H1: Do high school yearbooks still have awards like “Best Looking,” “Best Dressed,” “Most Studious,” and “Happiest”? If not, why did they stop? Dennis asks another question: do these monikers turn out to be true 25 years later? A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast January 10, 2006.

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: Wife versus Centerfold

Prager H2: Do men really compare their spouses to centerfolds, or models, or movie stars? Women are often inclined to think that they do. But do they really? A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast November 12, 2008.

Prager H3: Dambissa Mayo, Dead Aid

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Dambissa Mayo, former Head of Economic Research and Strategy for Sub-Saharan Africa at Goldman Sachs. Her new book is Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast April 14, 2009.

Prager H2: Winning in Afghanistan

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Max Boot, senior fellow at the Council of Foreign Relations, about why we need to win in Afghanistan. How did Van Jones, the recently resigned Green Energy jobs czar, get past the White House vetters? Maybe the better question is: why did he get through?

Prager H1: President Talks to Students

Prager H1: Barack Obama addresses students on the first day of the school year. Dennis plays it live and then comments. He finds much to admire in the speech. If a conservative gave it, conservatives would have praised it (and liberals would have condemned it).

Prager H1: What’s Your Line?

Prager H1: Dennis broadcasts live on Labor Day. He asks his audience to tell him what they do for a living. A UPS Driver, Wildlife Photographer, Union Electrician, Latin teacher, and over-the-phone translator call in.

Prager H2: What’s Your Line, Part 2?

Prager H2: Live on Labor Day. A swallowing therapist, thin brick manufacturer, furniture designer, used book store owner, airline pilot, RFA writer, and web designer are the jobs discussed during the hour.

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