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Prager H3: Voting in Prison

Prager H3: If you’re a convicted felon serving time, you can now vote for the candidates and issues of your choice just like any other citizen, thanks to a new decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. They justified their decision based on undefined institutional racism. This is liberal thinking at its most twisted. During the Presidential campaign, Barack Obama promised a least eight times to televise health care negotiations. But Nancy Pelosi has the answer: it was just campaign rhetoric and no one really believes that, do they?

Prager H3: Ultimate Issues: Lessons Learned

Prager H3: We’re supposed to get wiser as we get older, so what have you learned? What do you know today that you didn’t know twenty years ago? What has surprised you?

Prager H1: Poverty Does Not Cause Crime

Prager H1: Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute wonders why, if poverty causes crime, crime has plummeted during this recession. What the Left doesn’t seem able to grasp is that bad values cause crime. This is as true in Dubai as it is in Detroit. Dennis talks to Brian Darling, Director of US Senate Relations for the Heritage Foundation, about the closed door ObamaCare negotiations between Democrat House and Senate leaders. Republicans and C-SPAN are being shut out. So much for Obama’s promises of transparency.

Prager H2: Honor Students

Prager H2: Why has there been a massive proliferation of honor students? Are students that much smarter than students in the past? Or have standards been lowered?.. Record cold temperatures can be found this week all over the globe, but no one mentions that we’re supposed to be in a period of man-made global warming. The paradox is never noted. The Obama Administration has authorized profiling of citizens from fourteen high risk nations including Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

Prager H1: Happy New Year

Prager H1: Dennis welcomes the New Year. The year begins with record cold temperatures all over the world – Iowa, Beijing, London. Dennis talks to Congressman David Dreier, 26th district of California, about security issues arising from the Christmas Day terror attack. They also discuss the status of ObamaCare.

Prager H2: Twin Towers

Prager H2: We start the New Year facing two huge issues – Terrorism and ObamaCare. The Obama Administration has decided to close our embassy in Yemen. We can’t defend our embassy? Isn’t that a sign of weakness?.. The US is swimming in debt. Pretty soon we’ll be drowning in it.

Prager H3: Making of a Terrorist

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, VP of Research for the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. Once involved in radical Islam himself, he knows the terror world from the inside out. His best selling 2008 book is My Year inside Radical Islam. Dennis continues with callers: what is the best way to prosecute the war on terror?

Prager H1: Happy New Year, Part 1

Prager H1: This is a secular holiday, but it can meaningful if you make resolutions. Dennis talks about three categories of resolutions – health, happiness and character. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on July 1, 2007.

Prager H2: Happy New Year, Part 2

Prager H2: Too many defeat themselves before they start because they think that if they can’t keep their resolutions forever they might as well not start.
But if you make a resolution and keep it for, say, three months isn’t that much better than doing nothing? Callers weigh in on their own resolutions and how they have succeeded or failed in the past. Dennis’s mom calls in with a suggestion on how he could improve in one area. Originally broadcast on July 1, 2007.

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