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Why can't we have an effective border fence? Is it impossible to build? Is it too expensive? Or is there some other reason? Why would a black Democratic state senator from Louisiana become a Republican. And, the Male/Female Hour.
She doesn’t like the new immigration bill and explains why. Read More...
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Baseball, Dennis & the French, starring Dennis Prager, tells the true story of Paul Croshaw, a longtime liberal activist, who amazed his family, friends and himself by becoming a churchgoing, conservative Christian after years of listening to the nationally syndicated radio host.
This Is the Repair Manual We Should Have Been Handed at Birth...
In Think a Second Time, Prager blends a rigorous and scholarly education with utterly original thinking on current events, from the danger of idealism to the roots of extremism to his thoughts on God and an afterlife, Prager offers challenging answers to up-to-the-minute questions: Should a single woman have a child? Why don't good homes always produce good children? Is America really racist?
Why have Jews been the object of the most enduring and universal hatred in history? Why is the jewish state the most despised country in the world? Dennis Prager and Joseph Teleushkin, authors of the widely acclaimed The Nine Questions People Ask About Judaism, take on these momentous questions.
Do Conservatives have a moral case to make for their values? Given at a speech at the U. of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Dennis argues strongly that they do.
Dennis makes the case for why it's good to be good -- in the funniest way you can imagine.