Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016
Are we really sure who won the debate? Is Colin Kaepernick now a major civil rights activist? Does free speech exist anymore? Plus, the Male/Female Hour.Listen Now »
Cited on the Show
This is their newest art exhibit: a golden toilet called “America.” This is art to the Left.
- New PragerU Course! What’s Killing the American Dream?Monday, Sep 26, 2016
- Black Yale Professor: America Wants to Kill MeMonday, Sep 26, 2016
- Walmart Won’t Bake Cake for CopMonday, Sep 26, 2016
Authors & Experts
Dennis talks to Stephen Moore, FreedomWorks Senior Economic Contributor. His new book is Fueling Freedom: Exposing the Mad War on Energy.
- Boteach – The Israel Warrior: Fighting Back for the Jewish State from Campus to Street CornerThursday, Sep 8, 2016
- Solomon – The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, and the Secret Deals That Reshaped the Middle EastThursday, Sep 8, 2016
- Spencer – The Complete Infidel’s Guide to IranThursday, Sep 1, 2016
The most famous American photo of World War II is undoubtedly that of the four Marines planting the American flag on Iwo Jima. The second most famous is probably the legendary photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt’s picture of an American sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square in New York City, when people were celebrating Japan’s surrender. The kiss was not, of course, merely a peck on the cheek. If it were, no photo would have been taken. And if one were, no one would have remembered it. The sailor clearly grabbed the nurse. She is leaning backward, bent at the waist; he is holding...
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