Prager H3: Ultimate Issues Hour: Are We Insignificant?

Prager H3: The New York Times magazine had a piece on Sunday in which scientists have decided that we only know 4% of the universe. Are we insignificant? Or, instead, are we incredibly special? A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on March 13, 2007.

Prager H1: Larry Elder Sits in for Dennis

Prager H1: Dennis’s good friend and fellow talk show host, Larry Elder, guest hosts. What does it mean when both “Saturday Night Live” and Chris Matthews start to question the wisdom of President Obama’s decision making?

Prager H2: PC Gone Wild

Prager H2: Two announcers of the LA Clippers made innocuous comments about the team’s Iranian center. This didn’t stop them from getting suspended for two days. One is tempted to shrug this off as another example of political correctness gone wild, but the Ft. Hood massacre shows us that political correctness can have deadly consequences. Larry continues his discussion of our Afghanistan policy and the Senate’s 60-39 vote to start discussion on their version of ObamaCare.

Prager H3: Palin Prime Time

Prager H3: Sarah Palin is the middle of her march through the media, promoting her new book, Going Rogue. She seems much more assured in interviews, but is she ready for the Big Time? Was Joe Biden ever ready for the Big Time?.. Do any of the potential Republican presidential candidates look promising?

Prager H1: Students Riot in California

Prager H1: UCLA students riot at a steep rise in tuition and fees, the result of California’s budget crisis. Why are they complaining? Don’t they support the Democrats whose profligate spending and anti-business policies got the state into this mess?. In the weird calculus of Attorney Eric Holder, if you are a terrorist who murders American civilians on American soil you get more civil rights than if you are a terrorist who kills US military personnel. Philip Morris gets socked with a $300M judgment. A woman with emphysema didn’t realize smoking was dangerous.

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: The Little Things

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Dr. Stephen Marmer, member of the clinical faculty of the UCLA and psychiatrist in private practice in Brentwood, CA. The topic is the importance of the “little things” in life to your happiness.

Prager H3: Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: should a student take a year off from college to work; does Dennis like country music; what is Dennis’s position on abortion; is stoning in the Bible morally defensible; should the government redistribute wealth; would Dennis be offended if a caller named his new dog “Dennis.”

Prager H1: Get Ready for Rationing

Prager H1: A new study suggests that women under 50 don’t really need mammograms. We will see a lot more of this kind of statistical approach to health care if the government takes over our health care system. Patient/Doctor decisions will be supplanted by government/health care statistic decisions. Newsweek magazine used a photo of Sarah Palin from Runner’s World to deliberately belittle her. And the editor of the magazine admits it.

Prager H2: The Reverend

Prager H2: Jesse Jackson tells members of the Black Caucus that you can’t call yourself a black man and oppose ObamaCare. Isn’t that racism?. The Reid ObamaCare bill is almost 2100 pages. And, still, no one has read it, let alone understand its ramifications. Chris Matthews thinks it’s very important to draw attention to the fact that most of the people in Michigan coming to see Sarah Palin are white.

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