Friday, Apr 11, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda for this hour. Issues raised include: what happened to the old fashioned handshake; should the person who released the surveillance video of the congressman kissing his aid be prosecuted; should you send your child to college even if you can’t afford it.
Prager H2: Dennis talks to Dr. Stephen Marmer, member of the clinical faculty of UCLA Medical School and psychiatrist in private practice in Brentwood, CA. Their subject: what is the difference between feeling depressed and being depressed? And what can you do about either one.
Prager H1: Revered baseball hero, Hank Aaron, accuses Republicans as being little better than Klu Klux Klanners. How sad. He only tarnishes his own reputation… Americans are beginning to feel pressure from the Totalitarian Left. Dennis has been warning of this for decades. Now it’s an almost daily occurrence. Firefox and Ayaan Hirsi Ali controversies are just the latest examples.
Thursday, Apr 10, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: In Australia, you can legally declare yourself to be a third non-specific gender. We are creating a very confused society… Dennis returns to Brandeis and Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
Prager H2: Dennis talks to film-makers Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney. They are raising money for a movie about infanticide abortion doctor, Kermit Gosnell… William Tucker, editor for Real Clear Politics. His new book is Marriage and Civilization: How Monogamy Made Us Human.
Prager H1: Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a woman of astonishing accomplishments and one of the leading proponents of women’s rights in the world. Brandeis University invited to speak at their commencement. She accepted. And then came the Leftist outrage… Dennis talks to George Will, syndicated columnist based at the Washington Post and Fox News analyst. His new book is A Nice Little Place on the North Side: Wrigley Field at One Hundred.
Wednesday, Apr 9, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Dennis talks more about his boycott on Mozilla Firefox. Callers call in on how just or unjust this situation is. A study done by the Mayo Clinic showed that having a circumcision leads to less UTI’s and STD’s. Dennis thinks that having a circumcision is equal to vaccinating. The WSJ reports that Los Angeles has suffered a greater economic collapse over the last two decades than Detroit!
Prager H2: Should you leave your spouse, if your spouse has an affair? Dennis has his opinion and so do callers.
Prager H1: A student at a high school near Pittsburg stabs 20 people, 19 students, 1 adult. No doubt we will find out that he is mentally ill. But is there a moral limit to the mentally ill excuse?… John Kerry blames Israel for the collapse of Middle East peace talks. Dennis talks to Michael Friedson, editor of The Media Line, a Middle East News Service based in Jerusalem about Kerry’s charge.
Tuesday, Apr 8, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Dennis talks to David Wolpe, the senior rabbi at Sinai Temple in Los Angeles and one of the leading Jewish thinkers in the world. His book Why Faith Matters has just been reissued.
Prager H2: Dennis talks to Jerry M. Lewis, professor of Sociology at Kent State, about why people riot after their teams win (or lose) championship games… An Irish environmentalist believes (he’s not alone) that Global Warming is the worst problem in human history… A Republican Congressman is caught on a surveillance video kissing a staffer. How did a local paper get its hands on this video?
Prager H1: There were riots at the University of Connecticut and University of Kentucky, the former won the NCAA basketball championship and the latter lost… Dennis reiterates his call to boycott Firefox Web Browser… The President and the Left decries the wage gap between men and women. This is a myth that just won’t die…
Monday, Apr 7, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Students storm the office of the President of Dartmouth. They submit a list of 72 ultimatums. They outraged by the micro-aggressions all around them. You might think this is a parody of Political Correctness, but it’s real… Dennis talks to Rodney Stark, Professor of the Social Sciences at Baylor University. His new book is How the West Won: The Neglected Story of the Triumph of Modernity… Dennis returns to the Firefox controversy.
Prager H2: Dennis describes the Firefox issue a “line in the sand” and calls, for the first time, for a boycott of that product. He asks listeners to uninstall the Firefox browser… Dennis talks to Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton, about the Firefox issue.
Prager H1: Hillary is asked a very tough question at another one of those “let’s give Hillary an award” events. “What was your greatest achievement as Secretary of State?” She stumbles to answer… The forcing of the CEO of Firefox out of the company he founded because he gave money to support Prop 8 in California is a huge issue. Our freedom is truly threatened… Dennis talks to filmmakers Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney. They are attempting to crowd finance a movie about baby-killer, abortion doctor, Kermit Gosnell.