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Prager 20110823 – 2 The NPR Tilt

Prager H2: Robert Siegel of NPR interviewed Julian Bond, former head of the NAACP about the Tea Party. He asks leading questions that reveal NPR’s Leftist bias… A new scientific study downplays the roll of the Greenland to UK current, the key behind Al Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth… Chaos reigns in Libya. No one knows where the dictator is… DSK may be a piggish in his behavior toward women, but the maid who accused of him of rape is a documented liar.

Prager 20110822 – 3 What Is Going on at Sporting Events?

Prager H3: Another shooting. Another beating. This time at a football game. What is going on?.. Some businesses are hiring people to write phony positive reviews. Of course, this ruins it for everybody. Trust goes out the window… Dennis returns to Norah O’Donnell and her contention that a candidate who doesn’t believe in man-made Global Warming is unelectable.

Prager 20110822 – 2 Fantasy Land

Prager H2: Dennis continues to deconstruct the “if I were President” plans of NY Times hand-picked liberals… The EPA wants to strangle the energy industry, especially coal. And they have regulations to prove it…

Prager 20110822 – 1 Down Goes the Colonel

Prager H1: Kaddafi is on the run; his two sons in custody. What’s next for Libya? Democracy or a new tyranny? No one knows… Norah O’Donnell at CBS can’t believe Republicans would nominate a candidate who didn’t believe in Global Warming… The NY Times asks some liberals and one conservative what they would do if they were President. Instructive.

Prager 20110819 – 03 Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: can a therapist do more harm than good; what does Dennis mean when he says that the Left believes that people are basically good; should you let kids interrupt adults. Originally broadcast on July 23, 2010

Prager 20110819 – 1 The Storm of War, Part 2

Prager H1: Dennis does a part 2 with an author he’s deeply impressed by, historian Andrew Roberts. His new book is The Storm of War: A New History of the Second World War In this installment, they focus on the nature of evil and why the Germans followed Hitler.

Prager 20110818 – 3 Race and Economics

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Walter Williams, Professor of Economics at George Mason University. His new book is Race and Economics: How Much Can Be Blamed on Discrimination?

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