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Prager H3: Israel in Peril

Prager H3: Dennis reflects on his interview of the last hour with Reza Kahlili and what it means to America and Israel. President Obama wants to appoint a Leftist, Goodwin Liu, to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, already the most liberal court in the US. Dennis plays clips from his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. President Clinton sees connection between “right wing” conservatives today and Timothy McVey.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Victim Status

Prager H2: The single biggest impediment to happiness is seeing yourself as a victim. The truth is we’re all victims of something. Life is unfair. How we deal with that unfairness is key.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers sent the agenda. Issues raised
include: how does one battle the leftist tilt of Academia; is there way out of health care mess we’re in, even if the conservatives win big in November; how does Dennis explain the ages of early Bible figures; how do you make friends.

Prager H1: Eyjafjallajökull

Prager H1: A volcano in Iceland is causing havoc in Europe, cancelling flights across the Continent. Could Global Warming be the cause? Why not? Volcano are hot, right?…
A NBC reporter is surprised to find a black man at a Tea Party rally. When he says he feels perfectly comfortable, he’s an American, she has no response. President Obama seems to view America’s superpower status as an unhappy burden.

Prager H1: The Taxman Cometh

Prager H1: It’s tax day. The Democrats have ambitious plans to take more and more of our money. At what point is it too much? Callers weigh in.

Prager H2: Confiscatory

Prager H2: Dennis continues his discussion on the moral dimension of high taxation… Dennis talks to Mosab Hassan Yousef, oldest son of Sheikh Hassan Yousef, a founding member of Hamas and its most popular leader. His autobiography is entitled Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror, Betrayal, Political Intrigue and Unthinkable Choices.

Prager H3: Who’s in the Tea Party?

Prager H3: NY Times polls Tea Party members and finds out to their surprise that they are mostly white, married and prosperous. That makes them the most reviled group in the media, doesn’t it?… The President suggests that he’s not really comfortable with our superpower status… The real atrocities occur around the world when the US doesn’t intervene. Rwanda and the Congo are two recent examples.

Prager H1: Should We Pay Kids for Grades?

Prager H1: A professor at Harvard demonstrates that kids do better when they are “bribed” to stay in school. Utopians strongly disagree: children should learn for the love of learning. Dennis talks to Wesley Smith, Senior Fellow in Human Rights and Bioethics at the Discovery Institute. His new book is A Rat Is a Pig Is Dog Is a Boy. His theme is the moral vacuum surrounding the animal rights movement.

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