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Friday, Jan 17, 2014

Prager H1: Dennis defends the President's defense of the NSA. To stop terrorists we need good intelligence… IRS is still going after Conservative groups… Koreans in Queens, New York accuse McDonald's of racism.

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Thursday, Jan 16, 2014

Prager H3: If United States is the most open and free country in world history who do we thank for that? The answer is Christians… Dennis talks to James Piereson, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. His new book, now out in paperback, is Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism.

Prager H2: Many believe legalizing marijuana will have no adverse consequences on society. There is much anecdotal evidence to suggest this is not so. A writer in Atlantic Magazine relates how her father's obsession with marijuana ruined his life and the life of his family… Dennis talks to Daniel Henninger, columnist for Wall Street Journal, about how the Left is successfully shutting up Conservative groups.

Prager H1: Another hardcore liberal woman falls in love with — oh no — a Republican. Guess whose friends are outraged? His or hers? Callers have their own similar stories.

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Wednesday, Jan 15, 2014

Prager H3: The Supreme Court is ruling on a Massachusetts law that bans “speaking” within thirty-five feet of an abortion clinic. Dennis is joined by Nicole Gelinas, senior fellow at The Manhattan Institute, on her new Prager U. course: Rent Control, and weighs in on NYC's new Mayor Bill De Blasio.

Prager H2: Often goes without saying, but predictability in a spouse is necessary.

Prager H1: A federal judge in Oklahoma ruled the 2004 state ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, but held up implementation while the issue makes its way through appeals. President Obama has a pen and a phone… and threatens to use them. Dennis is joined by Glenn Reynolds, professor of Law at the University of Tennessee, and popular blogger at His new book is The New School: How the Information Age Will Save American Education from Itself.

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Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Mary Eberstadt, senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Her new book is How the West Really Lost God: A New Theory of Secularization. Originally broadcast on May 7, 2013.

Prager H2: The President has nominated another radical leftist to the civil rights division of the Justice Department… Democrats are joining Republicans in fighting the President over sanctions if Iran doesn't live up to its no-nuke promises… A student in Cincinnati accuses a teacher of making a racist remark. The student is believed. The teacher is not. The teacher is out, a fourteen year career down the drain.

Prager H1: There is nothing scarier than faceless functionaries and bureaucrats making foolish decisions that deeply effect citizens' lives. This is why the New Jersey Bridge scandal is so disturbing… A judge allows a girl to join the boys' wrestling team. His reason: no expert testimony to prove it's a bad idea…

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Monday, Jan 13, 2014

Prager H3: A recent poll across the Arab world asked people how they thought women should dress – from fully covered to fully Western. The results are not surprising, but still disturbing… The NYT and the Administration accuse teachers of being racists. Wouldn't you think the teachers unions would be very upset with such a charge?… Dennis talks to Lee Habeeb, popular columnist for National Review, about the over-regulation of long-haul truckers…

Prager H2: Jake Tapper had a very telling dialogue with Marcus Luttrell, the Navy Seal who is the subject of the new film, “Lone Survivor.” … If we're not prepared to see our wars to positive conclusion, we shouldn't go to war… Dennis talks to Charlie Sykes, popular talk show host, about the vendetta the Left has against Wisconsin Republican governor, Scott Walker…

Prager H1: Even the French are non-plussed the by the latest love affair of their President… Is the income inequality debate unfair to “rich?” The answer might be obvious, but maybe not. Callers weigh in… Ariel Sharon, one of the great men of Israel, died over the weekend. He had been a coma for 8 years.

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Friday, Jan 10, 2014

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda this hour. Issues raised include: a call from an American that now lives in Switzerland; why do you use the word “kid” instead of “child;” would we have free will if we hadn't eaten from the tree of knowledge; what are the best stereo speakers, why don't other religions refer to god as Jehovah; what kind of wood is best for making a pipe, why don't young people appreciate orchestras?

Prager H2: Having expectations about your job and career, especially if they are unrealistic, is the surefire recipe for unhappiness. On the other hand, if you keep expectations moderate, you'll be much happier. And if you're surprised to the upside, well, so much the happier.

Prager H1: Teachers in California are suing their union. They're tired of their union dues going to support political ideas that they don't support… Al Qaeda seeks to send newly minted terrorists back to the US… Chris Christie acquitted himself well at his press conference. If no more damaging revelations come out, he'll survive this… Edward Snowden is no hero… Iran's Supreme Leader says he's happy to make a deal with the devil (that's us) to get what he wants – a nuke.

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Thursday, Jan 9, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Michael Barone, Fox News analyst and fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. His new book is Shaping Our Nation: How Surges of Migration Transformed America and Its Politics… Dennis had an interesting cab ride yesterday with a Jordanian driver…

Prager H2: Dennis talks to Camille Pagilia, renown social critic and Professor of Humanities & Media Studies at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

Prager H1: Governor Christie is embroiled in a political scandal. Two of his aides ordered the shutdown of two highway lanes creating a massive traffic jam in order to take revenge on an uncooperative mayor. This wasn't just a bad idea, it was stupid… Iranian mullahs issue a fatwa against Internet chatting between the sexes. If this doesn't start a revolution nothing will…

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Wednesday, Jan 8, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis talks to John Ferling, professor emeritus of history at the University of West Georgia. His new book is Jefferson and Hamilton: The Rivalry That Forged a Nation.

Prager H2: A wife is capable of emasculating her husband. But why would she do it? And does she even know that she is doing it?

Prager H1: The LA County Board of Supervisors voted the cross back on the county seal. This is a battle Dennis has waged for 10 years. Sometimes it takes a while for the right thing to happen – a good reason to keep fighting… The Polar Vortex was once attributed to global cooling (1974). Now it's attributed to global warming. Both times by Time Magazine… Dennis Rodman is on another “mission” to N Korea… Iran wants a nuclear weapon “to put Israel in its place.”

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Tuesday, Jan 7, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis makes the case for having a lot of children.

Prager H2: Charlie Rose and his Global Warming pals are convinced that subzero temperatures across the Midwest and East are caused by heat. That's what “the experts” say. What does common sense say?… Discovering lifesaving drugs is very difficult and very expensive. The Left wants non-profit medicine… Dennis talks to a new fan in Switzerland.

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