Friday, Apr 24, 2015
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: how we can get more college students to see PragerU courses; why are Muslims killing Muslims; can listening to Dennis bring someone from liberalism to conservatism.
Prager H2: It’s very hard to be angry and happy. Do angry people use their anger to manipulate others?
Prager H1: A new study from Duke University suggests that natural variability is responsible for climate change, not man-made CO2 production… How much is Hillary going to get away with?
Thursday, Apr 23, 2015
Prager H3: Dennis reflects on his interview with Daveed Gartenstein-Ross last hour. Europe has very big problems. The North Africa migrant problem is just one… Dennis talks to Phelim McAleer, film-maker. Phelim is producing a play about Ferguson. His actors walked out, complaining the play didn’t conform to their view of the incident… The husband who had sexual relations with his Alzheimer wife is acquitted of rape.
Prager H2: Dennis talks to Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Senior Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Georgetown University. Daveed has just published an analysis on the chaos in North Africa.
Prager H1: Dennis was on Glenn Beck’s radio show the other day to talk about his new book on The Ten Commandments. When he commented that many people now worship nature and used the delta smelt as an example, the Left went nuts… Dennis talks to Chris Malagisi, Editor of the Conservative Book Club… More trigger warnings and safe rooms on campuses.
Wednesday, Apr 22, 2015
Prager H3: Dennis continues to talk about Earth Day and its superfluous nature. Earth Day is becoming more a role model for kids than Washington and Lincoln. Send your child to Israel before college, it could change their life.
Prager H2: If you’re looking for a spouse, try online. Dennis loves the idea of online dating. Callers have some amazing stories to share.
Prager H1: Today is Earth Day and Dennis doesn’t care about celebrating it. It doesn’t matter if the Earth is here or not, if man is not here to enjoy it. James Scott, historian and former Nieman Fellow at Harvard. His new book is Target Tokyo: Jimmy Doolittle and the Raid That Avenged Pearl Harbor.
Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015
Prager H3: Why do people love change? Dennis’ theory is that people like change for the sake of change.
Prager H2: Tomorrow is Earth Day and according to Dennis it is not something worthy of celebration. The parents of the boy killed during the Boston bombing don’t want Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to be put to death. They fear the amount of appeals it would bring. Dennis talked to callers on both subjects.
Prager H1: Dennis’ new column is titled Black Murderers Matter. A caller takes Dennis to task for belittling the “black lives matter” issue. Dennis talks to Alex Epstein, President of the Center for Industrial Progress. He teaches the new Prager University course “Why You Should Love Fossil Fuel.” His new book is The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels.
Monday, Apr 20, 2015
Prager H3: More Brits joining Jihad army than the British Army. NYT magazine has a long report on why Muslim Brits become terrorists. None are poor. Many are well off. Almost all are middle class or above.
Prager H2: The LA Times Editorial Board puts out an article saying: It’s okay to abort a baby in the second trimester.
Kansas and Oklahoma want to end the procedure. Defense Secretary John Kerry will visit the Arctic Circle to, no doubt, moan about the melting ice cap… but he’ll never travel to the Antartic, where ice levels are at all time highs.
Prager H1: Muslims threw 12 Christians off a damaged dingy because they were praying to the right God in the right language. Joel Kotkin, from The Daily Beast, has an article about the drought in California. Dennis discusses it.