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Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: Why don’t young people rebel against liberals the way they rebelled against conservatives in the 60’s; how soft is Dennis’s hair; are liberal elites on the decline; should parents who adopted a black child teach that child “black culture.”

Prager H1: Speaking Truth to Youth

Prager H1: Dennis talked to students at El Camino College in Southern California yesterday. He received a standing “O” at the end of his remarks. Dennis explains why. 1300 people have already joined Dennis’s Facebook page “Urge Sears to Honor Thanksgiving.”…If world opinion is so important to the Left, why aren’t they concerned that the world has rejected Obamanomics?

Prager H2: Misplaced Compassion

Prager H2: Western governments have given billions of dollars in aid to African governments. Most of it has been wasted, looted or worse. Of course, Dennis has known this to be true for a long time, but coming from a very liberal Canadian paper, The Toronto Globe-Mail, means that maybe even the Left is getting it. Naw, they’ll never get it. Dennis talks to June Carbone, Professor of Law at University of Missouri at Kansas City. Her new book is Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture.

Prager H3: Who Pays Income Tax

Prager H3: 1% of the earners pay 37% of all income taxes, but for Bill Maher, Michael Moore and Nora Ephron, it’s not enough. States have trillions of dollars in public sector union pension obligations. The President’s trip to Asia was a dud, or worse. Earmarks have to go. Republicans can’t be perceived as being for them. Are young people leaving churches because they’re too conservative? Or is this just a liberal fantasy?

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: Pain and Happiness

Prager H2: There’s a very big difference between pain and unhappiness. Unless you suffer from a debilitating disease, you need to learn to deal with pain in life to be happy. Pain is ubiquitous.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: can you really lose weight eating junk food and can music change your mood.

Prager H1: California, Here I Go

Prager H1: Facebook, a California-based company, is building a $1B worth of data centers outside of the state. Why? Could it be that California is now a terrible place to operate a business?… Very few people have taken advantage of ObamaCare’s no pre-existing insurance. Apparently, the problem is not as severe as asserted. But Democrats wouldn’t exaggerate a social problem, would they?… Leftists are urging to the President to veer in their direction.

Prager H1: Veterans Day

Prager H1: Dennis honors our veterans. Then, he talks to Mark Pendergrast, business journalist and best selling author. He’s new book is Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World.

Prager H2: Spreaders of Liberty

Prager H2: The US military has brought more freedom to more people than any other force in world history. George Will accuses the Democrats and the public sector unions of looting the country. Sears is opening on Thanksgiving Day for the first time in its history. Is it really necessary?

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