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Prager H3: My Kid, the Honor Student

Prager H3: Dennis comments on the common bumper sticker – “Proud Parent of an Honor Student at Piggly-Wiggly High School” or words to that effect. When did this start? Is it a good idea? Best of Prager Show Hour. Originally broadcast on August 24, 2009.

Prager Hour 1: Merry Christmas

Prager H1: Dennis takes calls on the issue of religion. Issues raised include: does the Bible really advocate the stoning of disobedient children; what distinguishes the three Jewish denominations; what is the Jewish view of Mohammed; does God really need people to bow down to him; why do the three faiths of Abraham have so many conflicts. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on December 25, 2007.

Prager Hour 2: Merry Christmas, Part 2

Prager H2: Dennis continues to take calls and answer questions on the issue of religion and religious faith. Issues raised include, do Jews think about Jesus around Christmas, what is the difference between liberal clergy and the Democratic party, is Allah the same God as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Originally broadcast on December 25, 2007.

Prager Hour 3: Merry Christmas, Part 3

Prager H3: Dennis continues with his open lines format. Questions include: what is the best translation of the Hebrew Bible, why do we need God today, is it a good idea to separate men and women in a religious service. Originally broadcast on December 25, 2007.

Prager H1: Christmas Open Lines

Prager H1: The day before Christmas, Dennis opens up the lines to listeners. Issues raised include: how do you overcome a long standing feeling of guilt; is nature immoral; should people be allowed to be anonymous on the Internet; if we were all vegetarians would we be overrun by animals; is there such a thing as Judeo-Christian values.

Prager H2: Christmas Open Lines, Part 2

Prager H2: More Open Lines calls. Issues this hour include: should Republicans fight harder against vote manipulation; is there way to reclaim our culture; does Dennis accept Jimmy Carter’s apology to Israel; do adoptive parents have an obligation to tell their child that he is adopted.

Prager H3: Christmas Open Lines, Part 3

Prager H3: More calls. Issues raised include: how do we return to Merry Christmas from Happy Holidays; why would the LA Times compare Ronald Reagan and Joseph Stalin; does Dennis still extol the virtues of Joe Lieberman now that he’s voted for ObamaCare; why do Americans think that they will thrive under a European model.

Prager H1: Christmas Eve Vote

Prager H1: Dennis talks to Jon Kyl, Senator from Arizona and House Minority Whip. The final vote on the Reid/ObamaCare bill is coming up tomorrow. Kyl assures Dennis that the fight to save the country from this Frankenstein monster is not over. Balloon Dad is sentenced to 90 days in prison. That’s it?… Dennis talks to Richard Epstein, Professor of Law at the University of Chicago. Universally acknowledged as one of the brightest legal minds in the country, he has tried to read the House and Senate ObamaCare bills and can’t decipher them. ObamaCare is so complicated that it’s guaranteed to fail. The Democrats don’t care. They want more power for the government.

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