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Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: Do you think the gay rights activists mistake skin color for sexual acts; call from China about the ten commandments; what would you trade for the fair tax; I love Dennis but, isn’t he a little sexist; how can you believe in a God that you cannot prove exists. Best of Prager Show Hour. Originally broadcast on April 17, 2009.

Prager H1: I Pledge

Prager H1: Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore and their Hollywood pals made a video pledging themselves to, among other causes, Barack Obama. Dennis deconstructs the video (which was inexplicably shown to elementary schools students in Salt Lake City) and explains what it’s really about.

Prager H2: Students Digging Themselves into Deep Hole

Prager H2: Of student loans. And the hole is getting deeper every year. And guess who the enabler is? That’s right, the federal government. By making loans so easy to obtain, the government makes it easy for colleges to raise tuition. Steny Hoyer, the House Majority Leader, says he won’t vote for ObamaCare if it’s not paid for. He says the Democrats will squeeze efficiencies out of Medicare. But isn’t Medicare efficient now? That’s the Democrats claim, right?.. Linda Sanchez, Democratic congressperson, blames the Southern California fires on global warming. The U.S. continues to pressure Honduras to restore would-be dictator, Mel Zelaya

Prager H3: The Rise of Iran

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Dore Gore, former Israeli ambassador to the UN and now president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. His new book is The Rise of Nuclear Iran.

Prager H1: Gay Ice Cream

Prager H1: Dennis predicted a couple of weeks ago that Ben and Jerry’s would come out with a “gay” ice cream. And now it has come true. Dennis talks to Jeff Stier, associate director of the American Council on Science and Health, about Big Pharma, lead in toys and e-cigarettes.

Prager H3: Does Anybody Really Think We’ll Be Safer?

Prager H3: Even liberal columnist for the Washington Post, Richard Cohen, realizes that the Attorney General’s jihad against CIA interrogators will make less safe. Why are college football coaches conservative?

Prager H1: Quintessential Bureaucrat

Prager H1: A bank teller in a bank in Tampa wouldn’t let a man cash a check with a thumb print. One problem, he was born without arms. Dennis talks to Tim Harford, the “Underground Economist” of the Financial Times.

Prager H2: Did It Work?

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Stephen Hayes, senior writer for The Weekly Standard, about the Attorney General’s investigation of the CIA. The big question, “did these enhanced interrogations work,” has been answered conclusively. Yes, they did. And may have saved thousands of American lives. So, why is the Attorney General going after the interrogators?.. Dennis describes a problem he had with his insurance company. It was a major screw up, but the company straightened it out in an hour. Ever get a problem with a government agency straightened out in a few hours?

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