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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.

Prager H3: What’s Your Line, Part 3?

Prager H3: Dennis continues to interview callers about their professions. A juke box repairer, maker of dental retainers, mobile dog groomer, Congressman David Dreier, and air traffic controller talk about their professions.

Prager H1: President to Address Students

Prager H1: A lot of conservatives are upset about this. They are overreacting. First of all, there’s nothing inherently wrong with the President speaking to students. Second, one should wait until after the President’s gives the speech before criticizing it. Nobody does earmarks like John Murtha. His district has an airport that no one flies into. A man in Sweden wants to make breast milk so that he can bond with his new baby.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: The Happy/Unhappy Childhood

Prager H2: Does a happy childhood make for a happy adulthood? Does an unhappy childhood make for an unhappy adulthood? Or is there little or no relationship between happiness and a happy childhood?

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