Prager H3: Who’s in the Tea Party?

Prager H3: NY Times polls Tea Party members and finds out to their surprise that they are mostly white, married and prosperous. That makes them the most reviled group in the media, doesn’t it?… The President suggests that he’s not really comfortable with our superpower status… The real atrocities occur around the world when the US doesn’t intervene. Rwanda and the Congo are two recent examples.

Prager H1: Should We Pay Kids for Grades?

Prager H1: A professor at Harvard demonstrates that kids do better when they are “bribed” to stay in school. Utopians strongly disagree: children should learn for the love of learning. Dennis talks to Wesley Smith, Senior Fellow in Human Rights and Bioethics at the Discovery Institute. His new book is A Rat Is a Pig Is Dog Is a Boy. His theme is the moral vacuum surrounding the animal rights movement.

Prager H3: Heaven and Earth, Part 2

Prager H3: Dennis has a second conversation with Ian Plimer, Professor in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at The University of Adelaide, Australia. His new book is Heaven and Earth. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on August 25, 2009.

Prager H1: Essential Parenting

Prager H1: If you have grown children, what one piece of advice would you give to young parents? Dennis offers his nomination and callers submit theirs.

Prager H2: Saudi Women, Catholic Women

Prager H2: New York Times Columnist and Maureen Dowd sits down with oppressed Saudi women. Then, it dawns on her that she’s oppressed, too. She’s a Catholic… Dennis talks to James Mahaffey, a senior research scientist at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. His new book is Atomic Awakening. It’s a look at the past and future of nuclear power… Democrats keep endlessly extending unemployment benefits. Naturally, this sounds compassionate, but is it really? And what impact does it have on the larger society?

Prager H2: Death to the Governor

Prager H2: The new NJ governor wants to makes cuts in the bloated educational bureaucracy of his state. For his sins, he receives a veiled death threat from a leader of the teachers union. What if the governor had been a liberal Democrat and the letter sender a Tea Party member? Do you think the media would have made more of this story?.. Dennis talks to one of his favorite thinkers, Theodore Dalrymple, best selling author and contributing editor to City Journal. His new book is The New Vichy Syndrome.

Prager H3: Who Got Us Out of the Depression?

Prager H3: Did Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal policies get us out of the Depression? It’s becoming clear that the answer is just the opposite. Ironically, the prosperity that came to the country after the war was driven by tax cuts and, here’s the topper, the Democrats pushed for them. Dennis returns to the issue of the Burger King ad and the absurd reaction by the mental health community. Dennis talks to Dr. David Dosa, assistant professor of medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. His fascinating new book is Making Rounds with Oscar.

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