Monday, Sep 1, 2014
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Cited on the Show
Someone finally has the guts to ask the question. That someone is distinguished artist Robert Florczak. In this very provocative new course, he delves into the history and mystery behind the death of beauty. How and when did it happen and can it be reversed? This course will be cheered by many and jeered (loudly) by others. It will certainly provoke discussion. Watch it here and pay it forward.
- Dennis Leading Jewish High Holiday ServicesThursday, Aug 28, 2014
- Why Is Reporting on Israel So Skewed?Wednesday, Aug 27, 2014
- Germans Paying Very Steep Price for Green Energy PlansWednesday, Aug 27, 2014
Authors & Experts
Dennis talks to Richard Epstein, Professor of Law at the University of Chicago. His new book is The Classical Liberal Constitution: The Uncertain Quest for Limited Government.
- Halper – Clinton, Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political MachineTuesday, Aug 19, 2014
- Davis – Lone Star America: How Texas Can Save Our CountryMonday, Aug 18, 2014
- Berg – Behind the Curtain: An Insider’s View of Jay Leno’s Tonight ShowThursday, Aug 14, 2014
My father, Max Prager, died last week. Here are some thoughts on the death of a parent. 1. Longevity Parents who live long are very lucky. Not only for their longevity, and not only because they get to see their children grow into adulthood, and not only because they may see grandchildren, but for all those extra years to reconcile with their children. Had my father died when I was a teenager, we would not have had the decades since then to get closer. 2. Age at death My father was born on July 18, 1918 and died on August 16, 2014. He was 96. When people are told that someone’s parent...
More than anything else, Dennis loves teaching Torah - the Five Books of Moses of the Hebrew Bible. Whatever your faith, or even if you have none, you will experience through these courses the true power of this enduring text - the most important words ever written.