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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Prager H3: Dennis revisits a major theme. In some ways, all of his work is ground in this theme. What happens to a society when God is not present?

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Prager H2: Curt Schilling and his famous bloody sock episode has been excised from an ESPN documentary about the Boston Red Sox’s 2004 championship season. Schilling has been fired from ESPN for making “controversial” social media posts. There is no more PC media organization than ESPN… Hillary promises to shut down the coal industry to her Green supporters, but when she’s confronted by coal miner, she claims she was misquoted.

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Prager H1: Indiana voters head to the polls. A Trump victory appears certain right now. But it’s not the cause for celebration… Is Dennis going too far in expressing his disdain for The Donald… We need to get control of our border. The idea of building a wall is very attractive.

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Monday, May 2, 2016

Prager H3: America First is not a platform; it’s not a philosophy. Every leader says they are going to put their country first… At Harvard supporting Hillary Clinton makes you a conservative. Imagine how they view real conservatives… Dennis talks to Randy Barnett, Professor of Law at Georgetown University. His new book is Our Republican Constitution: Securing the Liberty and Sovereignty of We the People.

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Prager H2: May Day celebrates socialism. It should really honor the millions of victims of communism… If Donald Trump is elected President, the violent protestors at his rallies can take partial credit…

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Prager H1: As the Indiana primary looms, Trump momentum seems to be building… John Boehner did not distinguish himself with his “Cruz is Lucifer” comment at Stanford… America today is further away from 1950 in its values than 1950 was from 1776.

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Friday, Apr 29, 2016

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. A Best of Prager Hour.

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Prager H2: Dennis talks to Dr. Stephen Marmer, member of the clinical faculty of the UCLA Medical School and psychiatrist in private practice in Brentwood, CA. The “little things” in life, which we too often take for granted, actually play a big role in our happiness. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on November 20, 2009.

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Prager H1: Dennis responds to an email sent by a listener. The listener tells his 2-year-old that she’s pretty every day and his wife thinks it’s a bad idea – it will make her shallow. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on November 15, 2006.

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Thursday, Apr 28, 2016

Prager H3: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. From Fox News, Christopher Wallace talks election 2016… and Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council joins the program.

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Prager H2: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. Hillary, Bernie, Trump and minimum wage… callers weigh in and Mark talks with Cal Thomas and Steve Forbes.

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Prager H1: Mark Larson fills in for Dennis. Cruz, Trump, and now Fiorina… Mark discusses the state of the primaries with callers and Former Ambassador John Bolton.

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Wednesday, Apr 27, 2016

Prager H3: Why is Hollywood so involved in politics?… Can Trump say anything that would push his supporters away from him?… Hillary promises heaven on earth. All you have to do is vote for her and it will magically happen… Ted Cruz taps Carly Fiorina as his VP. How does this help him?

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Prager H2: Most husbands would settle for less sex in exchange for a happier wife. This statement communicates how important a contented wife is to her spouse.

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Prager H1: Donald Trump won another resounding victory last night in five more primary states… A significant number of Republicans are not conservative… Trump gives a scripted foreign policy speech. There’s much in it to like.

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