Thursday, Dec 5, 2013Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: The President continues to spread the “half-truth” that women earn much less than men in a speech full of such half-truths… Dennis talks to Michael and Felice Friedson, the founders and editors of The Media Line, an American Middle East News source…
Prager H2: Dennis continues his analysis of the President’s latest “You didn’t earn it” speech… Dennis talks to Michael Novak, renowned social philosopher about his new book, Writing from Left to Right: My Journey from Liberal to Conservative… Dennis resumes his deconstruction of the President’s speech.
Prager H1: Dennis cites a Woody Allen press conference interview to help explain the atheist view of life. The filmmaker is honest about the meaninglessness of life if you have an atheist world view… The President delivered a new, Leftist cliché-laden speech, articulating his core view of the economy: the bigger the government, the better…
Wednesday, Dec 4, 2013Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: A judge has ruled that Detroit public pensions are not untouchable. This may lead to the city’s financial salvation, but not if the unions have anything to say about it… Dennis talks to Edward Frenkel, professor of mathematics at U. of California, Berkeley. His new book is Love and Math… Dennis also talks to Major Ron Busroe, Community Relations and Development Secretary for the Salvation Army… A new biography tries to impugn the great American painter, Norman Rockwell.
Prager H2: What happens when a couple has a moral conflict?
Prager H1: Eric Holder claims the case against the Boston Bomber is complex. Really? What’s complex about it? In a better world, the bomber would been tried and executed already… You want complex? What punishment for the driver who drove his NYC commuter train off the tracks, killing 4 people and injuring many more? He wasn’t drunk. He fell asleep at the wheel – literally.
Tuesday, Dec 3, 2013Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Perhaps the most famous verse in The Bible is “love your neighbor as yourself.” But rarely is the full verse quoted. This omission is critically important and says a lot about our modern, secular culture. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast January 25, 2011.
Prager H2: At Mills College and other colleges around the country, you can choose your own pronoun… Is it racist to say that the participants in the “Knockout Game” are overwhelmingly black?
Prager H1: Dennis talks to Mark Levin, best-selling author and nationally syndicated talk show host. His new book is The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic… A Democratic Congresswoman and lifetime smoker diagnosed with lung cancer claims her disease was caused by asbestos… A Republican National Committee tweet celebrating Rosa Parks turns into a charge of racism by the Left…
Monday, Dec 2, 2013Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: According to Gallup, nurses are more trusted than any other profession… Is Scott Walker a serious contender for 2016?… Charles Blow of the NY Times nicely encapsulates the Left’s view of America.
Prager H2: The media will report whatever coincides with its liberal agenda. A good example is a case in New Jersey in which a waitress claimed she was denied a tip by a couple who disapproved of her “lifestyle.” But there is a lot of evidence that the waitress fabricated the story… Black Friday sales were down this year… A new study reports that prayer helps people resist temptation and endure depression…
Prager H1: Amazon is toying with the idea of drone delivery… Medicaid is getting bigger and bigger under ObamaCare, but fewer and fewer doctors accept it. The result: a severe doctor shortage is coming…
Friday, Nov 29, 2013Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Taken from some of the best calls of 2011. Originally broadcast on March 2nd, 2011
Prager H2: People work themselves into a state of unhappiness when there’s nothing to be unhappy about. They do this by worrying about things that haven’t yet happened. Originally broadcast on August 19, 2005.
Prager H1: Dennis talks to Bo Lidegaard, the editor in chief of the leading Danish newspaper Politike. His new book is Countrymen.