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Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: does Dennis believe God answers prayers; should funerals celebrate life or dwell on the solemnity of death; are we inflating our children’s egos by giving them all sorts of awards; what debt to Christians owe Jews; if you believe in small government should you take a government job.

Prager H1: Larry Elder Guest Hosts

Prager H1: Dennis’s good friend, best-selling author and fellow talk show host, Larry Elder sits in for Dennis. The shockwaves from Scott Brown’s victory are still being felt. Larry analyzes how he expects it all to play out over the coming months.

Prager H2: Does He Get It?

Prager H2: Does President Obama understand what happened on Tuesday? Can he adapt? Or he is too much of an ideologue to change? Is he Bill Clinton or Jimmy Carter? One thing is clear — Howard Dean doesn’t have a clue. Larry plays a hilarious exchange between Dean and Chris Matthews.

Prager H3: Betrayed

Prager H3: A lot of Obama voters are having second thoughts, including a few billionaires who helped underwrite the President’s campaign… Is ObamaCare really dead or will it come back in zombie form?… Taking money from people who have it and giving it those who don’t is not a way to rebuild an economy; it’s just a way to further bloat a bureaucracy… Liberals are much harsher on conservatives than conservatives are on liberals. Studies prove it.

Prager H1: Brown Wins!

Prager H1: It was a shocking and surprising victory. The vote wasn’t close. But while celebrating, Dennis remains cautious. Will Republicans build on this victory or get overconfident and blow it?… Dennis talks to David Dreier, Congressman from the 26th Congressional district about consequences on the Brown victory on ObamaCare.

Prager H2: Why This Victory Is So Important

Prager H2: The Brown victory is so important that Dennis skips the Male/Female Hour today to spend more time analyzing Scott Brown’s win and what it means. Dennis talks to Thomas Frank, liberal columnist for the Wall Street Journal about why the Democrats lost “the Kennedy Seat.”

Prager H3: Shockwaves

Prager H3: Dennis talks again to Jeff Jacoby, columnist for the Boston Globe, about his impressions about the Scott Brown victory.. Dennis talks to callers to get their take on the Massachusetts election.

Prager H2: Haiti and Hatred

Prager H2: Who would have thought it possible? MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann has hit a new low. His characterization of Scott Brown is rife with misstatements and lies. Dennis talks to Steve Bostian, Executive Director of CURE International in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Steve is in Port-au-Prince now.

Prager H3: Ultimate Issues: A Lethal Obsession

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Robert Wistrich, professor of modern European history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His new book is A Lethal Obsession: Anti-Semitism from Antiquity to the Global Jihad.

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