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Thursday, Dec 8, 2016

Prager H3: Conventional wisdom says that consumers form buying opinions between 18 and 34. That’s why advertisers prize younger customers. But is it true? Callers weigh in. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast June 21, 2012

Prager H2: President-elect has constructed a dream cabinet. His newest candidates are “best possible” picks. Oklahoma Attorney General to head the EPA and Andy Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants, for Labor Secretary… A writer in the Washington Post claims she no longer wants a “partner” because Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton. Isn’t that a non sequitur?… Dennis talks to Kasim Hafeez, a Pakistani British Muslim, who teaches the newest PragerU course, Born to Hate Jews.

Prager H1: The Left is so upset about Donald Trump that they can’t even abide his daughter’s kugle recipe… Allen tells how he picked up the wrong bag at Dulles Airport in Washington, DC… Should the Right compromise with Left now that Trump has been elected as our next President?… Another great Trump pick: Andy Puzder for Labor Secretary.

Wednesday, Dec 7, 2016

Prager H3: TIME magazine has named Donald Trump the Person of the Year. The NY Times continues to foment hatred, Dennis shares the latest example: threats of a Anti-Muslim holocaust. Dennis also talks about Hampshire College’s decision to resume flying the flag, Trump’s EPA appointment, and a priceless robo-call from the L.A.U.S.D. in the wake of Trump’s victory.

Prager H2: Dennis suggests that couples make a list of the two or three things each spouse wants from the other. It would also be helpful, if each writes what they think their spouse wants. Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on April 16, 2014.

Prager H1: Hillary named Angela Merkel her favorite world leader back in September, but after Merkel’s banning of the veil in Germany Dennis wonders if Hillary has changed her mind. YouTube has banned the latest Prager U video, because of hate speech… but the video demonstrates one man’s journey from hate to acceptance in, Born to Hate Jews.

Tuesday, Dec 6, 2016

Prager H3: The importance of fathers in the lives of daughters is rarely discussed these days. But it matters. Callers confirm. Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on November 5, 2013.

Prager H2: Dennis reads some of the reactions to Fidel Castro’s death, revisits our China policy, takes calls regarding global warming hysteria, and reacts to Dr. Ben Carson’s appointment to HUD Secretary.

Prager H1: Dennis is back from his “minor” surgery and discusses Trump”s recent action in Taiwan, his toughness on China, N. Korea’s ICBM capabilities, and the Left’s continued overreaction to Trump’s victory.

Monday, Dec 5, 2016

Prager H3: Mark Isler sits in for Dennis and talks about the Trump transition. Shawn Steel joins the show to discuss the ramifications of Trump as President. Callers weigh in.

Prager H2: Mark Isler sits in for Dennis and talks about how happy he is that Trump won, not because he’s a yuuuuge Trump fan, but because his election stops the Left. Callers weigh in.

Prager H1: Mark Isler sits in for Dennis and talks about Trump’s appointments, the recount, and the electoral college. Callers weigh in.

Friday, Dec 2, 2016

Prager H3: Mark Larson sits in for Dennis and reviews the latest on the recount efforts with Cal Thomas. Will the Clintons ever go away?

Prager H2: Mark Larson sits in for Dennis and talks about how he feels better since the election, and it brings him great joy to see the Left flipping out! Mike Reagan joins the show and talks about the recount.

Prager H1: Mark Larson sits in for Dennis and talks about the Trump transition. The Left will give no credit to Trump for the Carrier situation, callers weigh in. John Fund joins the program and discusses the recount efforts.

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