Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: has Dennis ever read Allen's novel, “Heaven's Witness”; are movie soundtracks equivalent to classical music; why is Dennis starting his commentary with Exodus and not Genesis.
Is this really the happiest, best, most wonderful time of the year? Callers have their thoughts.
The President declares Jerusalem the capital of Israel. Riots were supposed to follow. They haven't… The FCC undoes Net Neutrality. The Internet is supposed to “close down.” It won't. Every year we get a new deadline for global warming catastrophe. We're still here… Is Dennis a sexist?… Should a baseball pitcher be kicked out of the Hall of Fame because he made a crude remark 20 years ago? Listen On-Demand - Join Pragertopia
Dennis describes why he loves this time of the year… A new Pew survey reports that more and more Americans no longer consider Christmas a religious holiday… There's a lot of great news coming from the Trump Administration…
A Harvard student writes in the student paper that he is complicit in the sexual harassment of women. His sin? He participated in a discussion in which his friends rated girls by their looks… Dennis talks to Ken Stern, former CEO of NPR. His new book is Republican Like Me: How I Left the Liberal Bubble and Learned to Love the Right.
Why are we so consumed with the idea of sexual sin? Why is visiting a prostitute, for example, worse than drunk driving? Left wing feminism and right wing religious conservatism are oddly united on this issue… Dennis talks to Barak Lurie, prominent Los Angeles area lawyer. His new book is Atheism Kills: The Dangers of a World Without God – and Cause for Hope.Listen On-Demand - Join Pragertopia
Dennis talks to Ajit Pai, the Chairman of FCC (Federal Communications Committee) about the issue of Net Neutrality… Dennis explains how the events surrounding the holiday of Hanukkah saved Western Civilization… Dennis returns to Mika Brzezinski's rant.
Assuming its true, women should thank their spouse for being faithful; and men should thank their spouse for not being moody. Callers add their insights.
Judge Roy Moore lost an “unloseable” Alabama senate seat to his Democrat opponent… Dennis talks to Seth Leibsohn, best-selling author, former cohost of Bill Bennett's Morning in America. Then host of his own show in Phoenix. He's running for Congress in Arizona… The media is very upset by a new Trump tweet re: New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. Mika Brzezinski goes on a tirade against the President, his press secretary, his wife, his daughter and anyone who supports him.Listen On-Demand - Join Pragertopia
Dennis talks to Rabbi Steven Leder, Senior Rabbi at Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. His new book is More Beautiful Than Before: How Suffering Transforms Us.
The Alabama election is today. Are you morally compromised if you support Roy Moore?Do the voters of Alabama want to deal with what Roy Moore might have done 40 years ago or what a Democrat will do tomorrow?
Dennis talks to Sebastian Gorka, former special advisor to President Trump and terrorism expert. Topics include: Roy Moore, the future of the conservative movement, and the NYC terror attack… Cornell West spouts his cliché-ridden Marxist pablum on CNN and Anderson Cooper just nods his head.Listen On-Demand - Join Pragertopia
Dennis talks to David Horowitz, founder and chairman of the The David Horowitz Freedom Center. His new book is The Black Book of the American Left: Volume Vlll: The Left in the University.
Dennis talks to Kimberley Strassel, columnist for the WSJ and member of their editorial board. The topic is the Mueller investigation. His team is riddled with long-time Democrats and Clinton sympathizers…
There was a terror attack in NYC this morning. Fortunately, the suicide bomb blew up on the bomber. He turns out to be a Bangladeshi who has lived in the US for 7 years… A disturbing video shows a cop in Mesa, AZ shooting an unarmed white man… Dennis talks to Jessica Leach, senior at U. of Wyoming. Her group, TPUSA along with PragerU, brought Dennis to speak there last month. Now their group has been defunded by student government. Listen On-Demand - Join Pragertopia
Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: why did Dennis write his Exodus commentary before Genesis; what are situational ethics; where is the sexual harassment scandal going.
If you have a naturally unhappy personality can you overcome it? If so, how? Dennis has thoughts; so, do callers.
Southern California has been beset by fires this week. The NYT blames global warming… or at least tries to… Those on the left are desperate to feel good about themselves… Making videos with little girls shouting curse words and extending their middle fingers to the President is a form of child abuse… Listen On-Demand - Join Pragertopia
We have President who fulfills his campaign promises… 58 Democratic congressmen voted to impeach the President. But for what?… Why do women need “champions” in the government?… Dennis talks to Daniel Greenfield, Shillman scholar at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and columnist for FrontpageMag.com about the FBI's double standard.
Dennis talks to Michael Oren, former Israel ambassador to the United States. The topic is President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, something other Presidents have promised but failed to do… Did Al Franken have a choice or was he forced to resign?
Al Franken resigns, but not before taking cheap shots at the President… Dennis talks toDinesh D'Souza, film-maker and best-selling author. His new book is The Big Lie. He teaches the newest PragerU video, “Is Fascism Right or Left?” Listen On-Demand - Join Pragertopia
Dennis talks to Michael Ledeen, senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracy about the President's moving our embassy to Jerusalem… Dennis talks to Yoram Hazony, President of Herzl Institute in Jerusalem.
Before open lines, Dennis plays President Trump's historic announcement recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel… Male/Female Issues raised: when did the devaluation of motherhood begin; when will the sexual harassment scandals end.
The President looks to fulfill a campaign promise and do the right thing, recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel… Immediately, the Pope and others objects… Dennis talks to Manny Laureano, principal trumpeter for the Minnesota Orchestra. He walked out of a performance when the singer insulted Christianity and then the President's tax bill. Listen On-Demand - Join Pragertopia