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Prager H3: What Decade Do You Remember Best?

Prager H3: Dennis poses an intriguing question. Is there a decade of your life you remember best? Another question emerges from this discussion: can you identify a transformational year? Callers weigh in.

Prager H3: Liberal Victims

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Ann Coulter, best-selling author and syndicated columnist. Her latest book, Guilty: Liberal Victims and Their Assault on America, has just been released in paperback. The Washington Post wonders if Muslim American soldiers should be asked to fight fellow Muslims. Why would that be an issue? It’s a question of good versus evil, not religion versus religion.

Prager H1: Thank You, US Soldier

Prager H1: It’s Veterans Day. Dennis explains why he agrees with Thomas Friedman of the NY Times that when President Obama accepts the Nobel Peace Prize he should do it in the name of the American Military, the best promoter and protector of freedom in this world.

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: First Dates

Prager H2: What do people talk about on first dates? What should they talk about, especially if they’re dating with an eye toward marriage? Dennis offers advice. Callers weigh in.

Prager H1: Just a Religious Nut?

Prager H1: The media seems more comfortable describing Major Hasan as a rogue religious nut rather than as terrorist who was inspired by his religion. If Muslims rarely shouted “Allahu Akbar” and then started murdering people, they might have a point. But it happens almost every day somewhere in the world. Dennis talks to Betsy McCaughey, chairman of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths and a former Lt. Governor of New York. She’s done the incredible: read the Pelosi ObamaCare bill. What she’s found is scary.

Prager H2: The Death of Free Speech

Prager H2: In Massachusetts, a Brookstone employee told his lesbian co-worker that he didn’t approve of her same sex marriage. He was promptly fired under the company’s zero tolerance harassment policy. He’s filed a complaint with EEOC. Good luck with that, pal. If we don’t face evil, we can’t fight it. We’re seeing an example of this in the way the media is covering the Ft. Hood massacre. Liberal pundits don’t want to face the obvious – Hasan is an Islamic Radical who committed an act of terror.

Prager H1: A Very Bad Weekend

Prager H1: The country had a very bad weekend. The coverage of the Ft. Hood massacre, the media doing everything they could to run away from the idea that this was a terrorist attack by a Radical Muslim, and the passing of ObamaCare in the House, a 2000 page monstrosity of legalese, were both dispiriting. On a higher note, Dennis talks to Michael Reagan in Berlin. Reagan is there to celebrate his father’s contribution to bringing down the Berlin Wall which happened twenty years ago today.

Prager H2: Steven Emerson

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Steven Emerson, one of the world’s foremost authorities on terrorism, and Executive Director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, on the Ft. Hood massacre, the worst terror attack since 9/11.

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