Monday, Mar 10, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Lee Habeeb fills in for Dennis. Lee is joined by Gary Dixon, President of The Foundation for A Better Life and they take calls from people who’s lives have been made better by random act of kindness.
Prager H2: Lee Habeeb fills in for Dennis. Lee continues talking about the hard America and soft America. Callers weigh in on this topic and Lee’s use of the word boy in reference to the way President Obama is handling the Ukraine crisis comes under fire.
Prager H1: Lee Habeeb fills in for Dennis. Lee takes the time to remember William Guarnere of WWII’s Easy Company, who’s time in war was shown in HBO’s Band of Brothers. America used to be a tougher place for morals and standards in schools and politics… now America is more soft, in education and especially in the foreign policy. Al Bevilacqua calls in and discusses being the “Coach to the Stars.”
Friday, Mar 7, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. A lemur takes a selfie at the London Zoo. Rick Perry makes a splash at C.P.A.C. and Betsy McCaughey joins the show to discuss her book: Beating Obamacare 2014: Avoid the Landmines and Protect Your Health, Income, and Freedom.
Prager H2: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. Ambassador John Bolton joins the show to discuss Ukraine and Putin. Later, Jim DeMint comes on to talk about his new book: Falling in Love with America Again.
Prager H1: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. President Obama hosts a tribute to Women of Soul at the White House last night and while honoring Aretha Franklin, he flubs spelling “RESPECT.” Also, how much is the President really doing to “reach out” to Putin.
Thursday, Mar 6, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. The House passes more Affordable Care Act legislation, which leads Mark to discuss Hillary Clinton’s comment of “what difference does it make,” and how it typifies the Left’s refusal to discuss the past. Callers weigh in.
Prager H2: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. President Obama briefly addresses the press about Ukraine, but exits quickly and leaves Jay Carney to field questions. John Kerry also spoke from Rome regarding Ukraine, and Bill Gertz, from GertzFile.com also ways in on the situation.
Prager H1: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. Liz Wahl, news anchor for Russia Today, resigns on air from her position because of her stations white-washed reporting. Christopher Horner joins the program to discuss his latest book: The Liberal War on Transparency: Confessions of Freedom of Information “Criminal.” Debbie Wasserman Shultz is stunned at Darryl Issa’s behavior at the committee hearing for Lois Lerner, even though he did nothing wrong.
Wednesday, Mar 5, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. Mark takes calls, and talks about an incident that took place this morning in the House between Darrell Issa (R-CA) and Elijah Cummings (D-MD).
Prager H2: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. Paul Kengor, professor of political science at Grove City College, joins the show. Paul’s new book is: 11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative.
Prager H1: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. Al Cardenas joins Mark to discuss C.P.A.C. 2014. Mark talks about how all the craziness in California is a precursor for the rest of the nation.
Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Mark Taylor fills in for Dennis. The Pentagon arranged a “drag show” for the LGBT troops on base in Japan. Then Mark talks about stories out of a Muslim barber shop in Canada and a California High School, examples of rising intolerance in the areas of religious freedom and free speech.
Prager H2: Mark Taylor fills in for Dennis. Ann Coulter joins the program to talk about the 50th anniversary of C.P.A.C. coming this weekend, as well as foreign policy, executive orders, and Obamacare.
Prager H1: Mark Taylor fills in for Dennis. President Obama’s empty threats to Putin regarding Ukraine make the U.S. look weak. Obamacare delayed again… in order to keep the Democrats from losing the next round of elections.