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Prager H1: Murder and Atonement

Prager H1: Ohio executed a murderer fourteen years after he committed his crime. Before going to his death, the murderer apologized to the surviving victims. Capital punishment allows a murderer the chance of repentance. The AMA and AARP have alienated many of their members by shilling for ObamaCare. Liberals boycott Whole Foods. The company’s CEO committed an unpardonable sin – he wrote an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal arguing that private enterprise can do a better job providing health coverage than the government.

Prager H1: We’ll Craft a System

Prager H1: In Grand Junction, Colorado the President tells his audience that he thinks he “can craft a system,” a health care public option, that will be tax-payer funded, but function privately. Wait a second. “Craft a system?” You mean you wanted Congress to pass a bill last month, but you had no idea how this system was supposed to operate? No wonder Americans are upset.

Prager H2: We’re All Corrupt

Prager H2: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton didn’t distinguish herself when she told a group of Nigerians that US elections aren’t much different than those in Nigeria. It’s one thing to apologize for historic bad behavior, it’s another thing to fabricate it? Should Michael Vick be allowed to play professional football again? Dennis thinks he should. Most of the callers disagree.

Prager H3: The Pre-Existing Problem

Prager H3: Is there a solution to the pre-existing condition problem? Dennis talks to John Cochrane, Professor of Financing at the University of Chicago who believes there is.

Prager H1: The Prevention Myth

Prager H1: How are we going to save enough money to pay for a massive increase in government provided health care? The President has said that the key is prevention. By preventing illness, we can save untold billions. But it turns out that this isn’t true. In fact, it’s just the opposite. Prevention, while a goal to be pursued by each individual, is expensive to mandate.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Doing Good

Prager H2: Does doing good make you happier? Dennis believes it does. He offers his interview with Dr. Edwards Schwentker, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon who operates a hospital for CURE International in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, as a proof.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include, how do you convert a liberal into a conservative, do Dennis and Allen have a relationship like Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, will government-mandated health care benefit young people, why does the United States have to be the world’s policeman.

Prager H1: Fear of Flying

Prager H1: Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan feels global warming when she’s flying. UK MD warns Americans: you don’t want what we have. President Obama claims that surgeons get $30-50K for a leg amputation. Actually, surgeons get less than $1500 from Medicare. Also he seems to think that diabetes can be easily prevented by weight loss and regular medication. But, of course, it’s the opponents to ObamaCare who distort the facts.

Prager H2: Debate with Zelaya Supporter

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Mark Weisbrot, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, D.C. Weisbrot believes would-be dictator, Mel Zelaya, was the victim of military coup and that President Obama isn’t doing enough to return him to power. Yale Press bans any image of Mohammed from a new book that it’s publishing.

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