Friday, Oct 31, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: when Dennis travelled to the Soviet Union was he ever debriefed by the CIA or FBI; why are Conservatives so bad at messaging; what is the purpose of the seven laws of Noah.
Prager H2: Friends are a mirror on your life. Who your friends are says a lot about you.
Prager H1: Dennis has thrown the Left into a tizzy over comments he made about the “rape culture” hysteria at colleges and universities… Dennis has no problem with Halloween. But now there is very little contrast between Halloween and the rest of the year… If Republicans don’t win on Tuesday that will not be a good sign for the country.
Thursday, Oct 30, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Dennis talks to Mark Steyn, best-selling author and popular political commentator. His new book is The Undocumented Mark Steyn. Dennis takes umbrage with a new trend discussed in a WSJ article about parents letting kids address them by using their first name rather than Mom or Dad.
Prager H2: The San Francisco Giants won the World Series yesterday in dramatic fashion. Or did Kansas City lose it in dramatic fashion? The hero for the Giants was their star pitcher, Madison Bumgarner… Dennis talks to David Henderson, fellow at the Hoover Institution. Henderson teaches the latest Prager University course, “What’s the Right Minimum Wage?”… Tim Cook, Apple CEO, comes out as gay and declares his support for same sex marriage. Compare reaction to Chick fil A CEO’s odeclaration of support for traditional marriage.
Prager H1: It’s hard to fathom why all these Senate races are so close. Kansas is seriously considering electing a faux independent over a dependable Republican incumbent?… The US continues to blame Israel for the problems between Israel and the Palestinians. This week the relationship between the two countries reached an all-time low… Dennis talks to Larry Keane, Senior Vice President and General Counsel for The National Shooting Sports Foundation about key elections in Colorado and Connecticut.
Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Mark Isler fills in. Manny Klaunser and Arnie Steinberg continue to talk with Mark about the Libertarian Party and the future of the two party system.
Prager H2: Mark Isler fills in. Why is every election the most important election? Mark has a theory and callers weigh in. Mark is joined by Manny Klaunser, editor of Reason Magazine, and pollster Arnie Steinberg. An interesting discussion on the Libertarian Party and their future in America ensues.
Prager H1: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis and immediately opens the discussion about next week’s elections and laments that Mitt Romney would have made an excellent president. He takes calls on both topics.
Tuesday, Oct 28, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: The importance of fathers in the lives of daughters is rarely discussed these days. But it matters. Callers confirm. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on November 5, 2013.
Prager H2: ISIS now has shoulder mounted anti-aircraft missiles. That’s a lot scarier than Global Warning… Hillary Clinton pontificates that businesses don’t create jobs (who does?) when speaking to fellow Leftists. Then, the next day, she says that she didn’t mean it…
Prager H1: If something damages America, it helps the Democratic Party… Dennis talks to Dinesh D’Souza, best-selling author and film-maker. His new movie “America: Imagine a World without Her” is now out on DVD.
Monday, Oct 27, 2014Listen Commercial Free »
Prager H3: Dennis talks to Zuhdi Jasser, founder of American Islamic Forum for Democracy, about the state of contemporary Islam.
Prager H2: Dennis talks to best-selling author and nationally syndicated columnist, Ann Coulter about the upcoming election… Moderate Muslims are thwarted by Liberals and Leftists in the West.
Prager H1: There was a hope that Brazil might elect a free market believing President this weekend, but that hope was dashed… The Democrat party succeeds when America fails… Unmarried women overwhelmingly vote Democratic. When women marry, they tend to vote Republican.