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Prager H1: PDS

Prager H1: The mainstream media, the Herd, has made much of the fact that Sarah Palin wrote a few speech notes on her palm. Dennis analyzes this latest manifestation of the PDS – Palin Derangement Syndrome.

Prager H1: Saints Win

Prager H1: The New Orleans won their first Super Bowl. This is supposed to be a boost for the city – that’s one everyone says, at least, but why?. The “controversial” Tim Tebow ad finally airs. It was hard to tell what it was about. Dennis maintains his position that he doesn’t want any issue-oriented ads during major sporting events.

Prager H2: Keep Your Hands Off My Mama

Prager H2: One ad that Dennis didn’t like was the Doritos ad in which a little boy tells his mom’s date to “keep your hands off my mama and keep your hands off my Doritos.” The blurring of the distinction between adults and children is bad social trend. Dennis talks to Paul Ingrassia, Detroit bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal. His new book is Crash Course: The American Automobile Industry’s Road from Glory to Disaster.

Prager H3: The Judge Is Gay

Prager H3: The judge in the trial on the legality of Prop 8, the California proposition in which California voters affirmed they’re desire to maintain the traditional definition of marriage, is gay. Is this a conflict of interest? Dennis discusses this question with Ed Whelan, President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Here’s a Super Bowl ad Dennis loved: the Audi “Green” ad. It makes a surprising and perhaps unintentionally powerful point about environmentalism.

Prager H1: Meet the Beetles

Prager H1: Homeowners in Maryland are powerless to prevent their homes from falling into the sea. Unfortunately for them, their homes are in the path of an “endangered” beetle. Charles Krauthammer marvels that the Democrats still have no understanding of why Scott Brown won a Senate in blue on blue Massachusetts. India no longer trusts the UN’s IPCC after the Himalayan glacier scandal.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Most Happy Fella

Prager H2: There are selfish reasons to be happy. If you can maintain a positive disposition, you will attract people to you. The opposite is also true.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, listeners set the agenda. Issues raised include: was Joseph in the Bible a Social Democrat; should you back your partner in a racquet ball game line call even if you know he’s wrong; what’s the best way to make the case for traditional marriage; did President Bush think that Saddam Hussein was behind 9/11.

Prager H1: Brick by Brick

Prager H1: The Global Warming edifice continues to implode — almost daily. The latest scandal involves “lost” Chinese weather stations, a key to measuring earth’s temperature. But you wouldn’t know about it if you only read American newspapers. Most of the useful global warming coverage is coming from the UK, from papers oriented toward the Left and Right. More details have emerged about the Lancet/Vaccine scandal. They are not pretty.

Prager H2: Six Foot and $100M

Prager H2: A record price is set for the sale of a piece of art — $100M for a six foot sculpture. The LA Times writes an editorial opposing France’s ban on burka. They are not only wrong; they are untrue to their own liberal values. Dennis talks to distinguished British historian, Paul Johnson. His new book is Churchill.

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