Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: can our young people be “unbrainwashed;” should one start a relationship with a woman who is unhappily married; should Dennis run for President; how do you deal with a brother who has converted from conservatism to liberalism; what’s a good introduction to the history of Israel; how do you get through to liberals.

Prager H1: American Amnesia

Prager H1: Dennis talks to Bruce Herschensohn, Senior Fellow at the Pepperdine University School of Public Policy. His new book is An American Amnesia: How the US Congress Forced the Surrenders of South Vietnam and Cambodia.

Prager H2: The Social Democrats

Prager H2: The Democratic Party has tilted so far left there is no difference between it and the social democratic parties of Europe. Dennis was on MSNBC yesterday. David Shuster asked him if he endorsed violence against politicians. Do we really want to demonize drug and insurance companies?

Prager H3: Good for Google

Prager H3: Google has decided that it won’t compromise its values of freedom of search even though it may cost them the huge Chinese market. Dennis talks to Daniel Henninger, columnist and editorial writer for the Wall Street Journal about the consequences of the Sunday vote.

Prager H1: Expensive Speech

Prager H1: Ann Coulter was supposed to speak at a Canadian University, but the Canadian Left, shouted and screamed, so she had to cancel. Bob Herbert of NY Times boils over with rage at any one who opposes ObamaCare. We’re all hate-filled bigots. Makes a nice companion piece with Paul Krugman’s column earlier in the week.

Prager H3: The Special Relationship

Prager H3: The US and Israel have always had a special relationship with Israel, but that relationship is in jeopardy over the latest “settlement” flap. Dennis talks toYossi Klein Halevi, senior fellow at the Shalem Center in Jerusalem, and a contributing editor to The New Republic, about this situation. Dennis also talks to Bill Kristol, editor and publisher of The Weekly Standard, about Republican strategy going forward following the passage of ObamaCare.

Prager H1: Into Law

Prager H1: President Obama signed his health care reform bill into law this morning. Democrats cheered. What are they cheering for? Dennis analyzes. Paul Krugman, Leftist columnist of the NY Times, says that anyone opposing ObamaCare is obviously a callous, cynical, racial hate monger.

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