Prager H3: More Friedman

Prager H3: Dennis continues with favorite Prager Show guest, George Friedman. In 1994 the Democrats didn’t see the Republican tsunami coming. This time they can and are much better prepared. Don’t take anything in November for granted, O Republicans.

Prager H1: 1 v. 7 Million

Prager H1: California has twice vote to defend the traditional definition of marriage. Twice judges have overruled the will of the voters. Target is now a target of gay activists. They don’t like the idea that the company has given money to a candidate in Minnesota who opposes same sex marriage.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Declaration of Independence

Prager H2: Being able to take care of yourself and fulfill your responsibilities is a great source of happiness. Being dependent on someone else (or the government) is not a recipe for happiness. But there are important caveats.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: would Dennis attend a gay marriage ceremony; why does Dennis believe in an afterlife; why is Electoral College necessary; does it make sense to spend a lot of money on college; what responsibility does someone who carries a concealed weapon have to others.

Prager H1: Trashy

Prager H1: The new generation doesn’t care about feminism. This wasn’t supposed to happen and it drives feminist mothers crazy. Ironically, feminists fought to be like men, not for equality. They have now reaped what they have sown.

H2: Prager and Medved

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Michael Medved, best selling author and fellow talk show host. Michael has an important piece today in the Wall Street Journal concerning illegal immigration and how the issue will impact the 2012 election.

Prager H3: Grand Slam

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Mark Kurlansky, best selling author. His newest book is The Eastern Stars: How Baseball Changed the Dominican Town of San Pedro de Macoris. Judge Walker’s decision to declare the traditional definition of marriage as unconstitutional is another watershed moment in American politics. The Right has to organize to protect itself against the Left. Why do blacks and Jews continue to overwhelming support the Democratic Party?

Prager H3: It’s Mecca Time

Prager H3: Saudi Arabia wants to replace Greenwich Mean Time with Mecca Time. Harry Reid can’t understand why anyone of “Hispanic heritage” could vote for a Republican. Dennis talks to his brother, Dr. Kenneth Prager, Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia Medical Center in New York, about saving lives through stem cell and bone marrow donations.

Prager H1: Take This Job.

Prager H1: The Jet Blue flight attendant who jumped out of his plane after an altercation with an abusive passenger is enjoying his “fifteen minutes of fame.” His story has struck a nerve with the public. The “Swine Flu,” the epidemic that never was has officially been declared over. Dennis talks to Rob Portman, Republican candidate for Senate in Ohio. Al Gore blames the slow progress of Global Warming legislation on the “professional deniers.” Who are they?.. Jennifer Aniston declares fathers unnecessary.

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