Prager H1: Peace Train

Prager H1: Christiane Amanpour interviewed Imam Faisal Rauf about the Mosque at GZ. He accuses his opponents of being “disingenuous.” But the Imam, of course, is as pure as the driven snow. Never mind that he suggests that if the mosque is not built, there may be violence. Dennis talks to Winfield Myers of Campus Watch about Professor John Esposito of Georgetown University, a Saudi flak used by ABC as a disinterested expert in their mosque at GZ story on “This Week” . Dennis talks to John Eastman about who will file an appeal against Judge Walker Prop 8 decision. The governor won’t. The DA won’t. So who will do the people’s will?.. It’s a crime to buy light bulbs in Europe.

Prager H1: Outsourcing and Offshoring

Prager H1: Eric Hogue fills in for Dennis. Inspired by some of the Senator Boxer’s comments in her debate Debate, How do we stay out in front. or at least competitive? Callers weigh in.

Prager H2: Makers vs Takers

Prager H2: Eric Hogue fills in for Dennis. Eric makes the case that we are in an Economic Civil War.

Prager H1: A Veiled Threat

Prager H1: Eric Hogue fills in for Dennis. The interview last night on CNN with Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf left many asking. Was that a threat?! Callers weigh in.

Prager H2: What’s Good for the Goose.

Prager H2: Eric Hogue fills in for Dennis. A healthy discussion about the GZ Mosque and Koran burning continues. If not printing the Dutch cartoons was good because it avoided unnecessary trouble, then why isn’t it also good for the GZ Mosque to be relocated in order to avoid unnecessary trouble?

Prager H3: No and No

Prager H3: Eric Hogue fills in for Dennis. It’s clear to Eric: No to the GZ Mosque and No to burning the Koran, but many callers disagree; which begs the question, what does burning the Koran accomplish?

Prager H1: Media Creation

Prager H1: Why has the media given so much attention to the loony Rev in Florida who wants to have a Koran burning party? If they ignored him, he’d be a non-issue. But the media glare has made it a major story. A man defends his home and his family from a gang, thanks to his trusty AK-47. He gets arrested for his pains. Los Angeles names a high school after Al Gore. Global warming update: glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica are melting at half the predicted rate. Dennis talks to Phil Kerpen, VP of Policy for Americans for Prosperity about the Winning in November campaign as well as the danger of state-based cap and trade. The imam of the GZ mosque project is pushing ahead in a sweetly worded opinion piece in the NY Times. Never mind that most Americans and New Yorkers

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