Prager H3: The Swedish Miracle that Isn’t

Prager H3: Sweden was once a much more prosperous country. Then it became socialist and its national wealth declined. Now it’s back on the upswing. The reason: it has recently embraced free market reforms, according a new study. A case study: a college grad turns down a good job because it’s not worthy of him. How can he do it? His parents let him live at home for as long as he wants.

Prager H1: How Much Do Kids Steal?

Prager H1: A new study reports that 30% of young people have stolen something in the last year? Dennis asks listeners if they think this is accurate or overstated. Callers weigh in. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on December 09, 2008.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Indecision

Prager H2: While we all need to weigh decisions carefully, one can go too far. This is called indecision. It can drive you crazy and make you very unhappy. Make decisions and don’t look back. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on July 13, 2007.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: what does Dennis do during commercial breaks; are gay friends a bad influence on kids; is it okay to file bankruptcy; why do people get so upset with Dennis’s comments on the traditional definition of marriage; are candy cigarettes okay for a kid’s birthday party; how does Dennis prepare his Bible commentaries. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on July 11, 2008.

Prager H1: Greeks Bearing Welfare

Prager H1: Striking Greeks believe the government’s changes to the pension system is worse than Nazi occupation. It’s hard to believe that anybody ever did any work in this country. Dennis talks to William Voegeli, a visiting scholar at Claremont McKenna College, and a contributing editor to the Claremont Review of Books. His new book is Never Enough: America’s Limitless Welfare State

Prager H2: Sticks and Stones

Prager H2: Iran gets revved up for a new stoning. The Mullahs get their rocks off — literally. Speaking of Iran and freedom, here’s a new one: The Ministry of Haircuts. The more you know about the President’s recess appointment to run Medicare and Medicaid, the more upset you’re likely to become. What do Arabs think about a nuclear Iran? They are scared witless.

Prager H3: The Most Powerful Idea in the World

Prager H3: Dennis talks to William Rosen, historian, former editor and publisher at Macmillan, Simon & Schuster, and the Free Press. His new book is The Most Powerful Idea in the World: A Story of Steam, Industry, and Invention. MA’s health care plan is a train wreck. And it’s headed our way. Colleges are finally starting to crack down on cheating. It’s all very high tech because the student’s techniques are so sophisticated.

Prager H2: Male/Female Hour: How’s Your Marriage?

Prager H2: Do we really know our friends’ marriages? Friends will share thoughts about kids, even about finances, but seldom do they discuss their marriages. But to do so can be very helpful. Dennis explains why. Callers weigh in.

Prager H3: Voter Intimidation

Prager H3: A former prosecutor accuses the Obama Justice Department of dropping a clear voter intimidation case from Philadelphia. The intimidator in this instance was a member of the New Black Panthers. Can you imagine if you this were reversed and the intimidator was white? Dennis talks to John Fund of the Wall Street Journal about this brewing scandal. The administration joins forces with the ACLU to sue Arizona. The topper is that the government is suing Arizona over who has the authority to enforce immigration laws. What about racial profiling? That’s what liberals have been screaming about for months.President Obama has used his recess appointment power to name another Harvard professor, a lover of single payer health care, to head up Medicare and Medicaid.

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