Tuesday, Jul 28, 2015
Why is the President perpetually annoyed? Do the Boy Scouts have a future? Plus, the Ultimate Issues Hour.Listen Now »
Cited on the Show
Prager U opens its Environmental Sciences Department this week with the release of five new courses taught by noted ecologist and co-founder of Greenpeace, Patrick Moore: Why I Left Greenpeace, What They Haven’t Told You about Climate Change, The Truth about CO2, Trees Are the Answer, and Are GMOs Good or Bad? See them all here and then pass them all to friends and family.
- Stop Iran Nuke Deal Rally, Los Angeles – This SundayFriday, Jul 24, 2015
- CT Dems Strip Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson from Annual DinnerFriday, Jul 24, 2015
- Feminist: I’m Never Shaving My Legs AgainThursday, Jul 23, 2015
Authors & Experts
Dennis talks to James Piereson senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. His new book is Shattered Consensus: The Rise and Decline of America’s Postwar Political Order.
- Coulter – Adios, AmericaThursday, Jul 16, 2015
- Tanner – Going For BrokeThursday, Jul 16, 2015
- Oren — Ally: My Journey Across the American-Israeli DivideWednesday, Jul 15, 2015
This past week, one of the greatest differences between the Left and Right — both around the world and in America — once again came to light: how each views America. Every year for the past 67 years, the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner has been the major fundraising event for the Connecticut State Democratic Party. Not anymore. The party unanimously voted to drop the two Democratic presidents’ names because they were slaveholders. That is the way the Left sees American history. Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, the document that articulated the principle of...
- 1938 and 2015: Only the Names Are DifferentTuesday, Jul 21, 2015
- The Pope and the Hammer and SickleTuesday, Jul 14, 2015
- It’s All About Big Government Left-Right Differences: Part VTuesday, Jul 7, 2015
Having raised kids of his own, Dennis Prager understands the struggles of raising good kids when there are so many negative influences in today's society. Many parents today seem to be pre-occupied with achievement. There should be more emphasis on character building in children for the betterment of our future society. In this bundle, we highlight three of Dennis' most beneficial talks where he has discussed the issues and offers advice on how to raise a young child to be a good person.