Prager H3: The Last Stand

Prager H3: Mark talks to Nathaniel Philbrick, historian. His new book is The Last Stand: Custer, Sitting Bull, and the Battle of the Little Bighorn.

Prager H1: Happy Birthday

Prager H1: Dennis celebrates a birthday. Wall Street Journal celebrates the Boy Scouts 100th anniversary with an editorial praising this fine and important organization. Think the NY or LA Times did the same? How about the hour special on CBS, ABC, or NBC honoring the Scouts? Did you see it?… President Obama says that anyone who wants to “make a name for himself” comes out against “immigration.” Who is against immigration? No one. The issue is illegal immigration, Mr. President, and you know it.

Prager H2: Waving the Mexican Flag

Prager H2: Two fools ran onto CitiField in New York, waving the Mexican flag to protest Arizona’s illegal immigration law. Dennis tries to deconstruct their twisted thinking. Dennis talks to Devin Nunes, Republican Congressman from the 21st District of California. The Congressman has developed a sensible plan to expand our energy production.

Prager H3: Your Toughest Birthday

Prager H3: Dennis reflects on his birthday. He asks listeners what they consider their toughest one. Chelsea Clinton got married this weekend. Dennis has some thoughts on its cost, interfaith marriage, and celebrity worship.

Prager H1: Den and Hef

Prager H1: There’s a fawning new documentary on Hugh Hefner.
Dennis is part of the documentary and his role is featured in a Washington Post review. Why the reviewer refers to Dennis is very telling. Joy Behar asks President Obama why, with all his “accomplishments,” he has allowed the Right to “hijack the narrative.” To Behar nobody seems to be defending the President. The University of Illinois fired a religious studies instructor who defended the Catholic position on homosexuality. They said he violated the University’s policy of “inclusivity.” Another college in Illinois canceled a planned appearance by Karl Rove. They gave a weak cheese excuse, but the real reason is painfully obvious. Southern cities are vying for the trial lawyer “Olympics.” What city is going to host Gulf Oil Spill law suits?

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Narcissism Revisited

Prager H2: Dennis and Dr. Stephen Marmer, member of the clinical faculty of the UCLA medical school and practicing psychiatrist in Brentwood, CA revisit a key issue to your happiness – narcissism.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised
include: why does Dennis think the baby boomer generation is so unwise; does Dennis believe in astrology; why do immigrants tend to vote Democrat; do liberals know they are lying when they call Republicans racists.

Prager H1: Arizona

Prager H1: A federal judge has stopped the Arizona’s new immigration law from being enforced. Does Arizona have a right to protect itself and its state budget?.. Dennis talks to Heather MacDonald, contributing editor for City Journal, about this contentious issue.

Prager H2: Every Other Monday in Ohio

Prager H2: Dennis talks to John Kasich, former Ohio Congressman, Chairman of the House Budge Committee, and now Republican candidate for Governor of Ohio. His new book is Every Other Monday: Twenty Years of Life, Lunch, Faith, and Friendship. Vitamin D is the Vitamin, du jour. We need more of it than we’re getting. But here’s an interesting twist, there’s not a lot of it in breast milk.

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