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Prager H3: Whose House Is It?

Prager H3: Does your house belong to you and your spouse or does it belong to your kids? If there are toys everywhere and there is little or no “adults only” space, then the answer is the latter. This is not good for your kids or your marriage.

Prager H1: State of Senate ObamaCare Debate

Prager H1: Dennis talks to Senator Jon Kyl, Arizona, the Minority Whip, about the state of the health care debate. The mandates that may emerge from Copenhagen will cost $10T over the next 20 years, according to the NY Times. That’s T for trillion. Consider that estimate conservative.

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: Tiger Woods and Your Husband

Prager H2: What is the difference between Tiger Woods and your husband? From a male nature perspective, there is no difference. From a values perspective, a big difference, if he’s faithful. The relevant question is not why do men cheat, but why do they stay faithful?

Prager H3: ABC to Fox

Prager H3: Dennis talks to John Stossel, investigative journalist. Stossel is moving from ABC to Fox Business Network. Iran’s government grows ever more totalitarian. Now they’ve announced they won’t merely go after student protestors, but their families, too. In Ohio, a murderous monster was executed 18 years after his crime.

Prager H1: Opposing Slavery

Prager H1: Harry Reid, with his usual rhetorical flourish, links those who oppose ObamaCare with those who opposed ending slavery. Dennis talks to Christopher Booker, renown British journalist and columnist for the Sunday Telegraph. His new book is The Real Global Warming Disaster.

Prager H2: American Terrorists

Prager H2: One the prime movers of the Mumbai Massacre last year turns out to be a Pakistani born American citizen who spent most of his life in the USA. Dennis talks to Daniel Griswold, director of the Center for Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute. His new book is Mad about Trade.

Prager H2: Defaming America

Prager H2: NY Times columnist, Charles Blow, writes about what he sees as deteriorating race relations since the election of President Obama. Dennis challenges his specious conclusions.Dennis talks to Debra Burlingame, sister of American Airlines Flight 77 captain, Charles “Chic” Burlingame, about the AG’s decision to prosecute terrorists in federal court as if they were American criminals. On Saturday she led a protest against this trial.

Prager H3: The Cracking of the Heart

Prager H3: Dennis talks to David Horowitz, Founder and President of the David Horowitz Freedom Center and editor of FrontPage Magazine. His new book is A Cracking of the Heart, a book about his relationship with his late daughter. They also talk politics.

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