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Monday, Feb 3, 2014

Prager H1: Dennis shares his thoughts on the game and the commercials… Is the message good or bad: “America, the Beautiful” song sung in multiple languages. Callers have strong opinions.

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Friday, Jan 31, 2014

Prager H3: Per usual, listeners set the agenda. Issues raised include: should you adopt before having your own biological children; who was Eric Hoffer; who is better Assad or Al Qaeda in Syria; how can we assure fair election results.

Prager H2: Dennis responds to an angry comment on YouTube to his new Prager University video course, “Why Be Happy?” The writer scoffs at the idea that one has a moral obligation to be happy.

Prager H1: The Federal government is seeking the death penalty for the Boston bomber. Will capital punishment foes rush to this murderer's defense?… The idea that Syria's chemical weapons are being eliminated is laughable… The NY Times finally decides to report on the Scarlett Johansson/Soda Stream story. Not surprisingly, their report is biased against Israel… Black Student groups at the U. of Minnesota don't want black male crime suspects to be identified as black…

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Thursday, Jan 30, 2014

Prager H3: Many people voted for the President because they thought he would unite the country. They were wrong. We are more divided than ever and the President is very much responsible for that… Dennis talks to Will Swift, best-selling author and historian. His new book is Pat and Dick: The Nixons, An Intimate Portrait of a Marriage… Dennis returns to the SOTU and the President's foreign policy comments.

Prager H2: Atlanta suffered a massive traffic jam yesterday following two inches of snow. Dennis talks to Aaron Williams, Atlanta meteorologist… Dennis talks to Greg Lukianoff, President of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education — FIRE. And star of the latest Prager U. course, The Least Free Place in America.

Prager H1: You can now study Beyoncé at Rutgers… Dennis talks to Ann Coulter, best-selling author and syndicated columnist. Her latest book is Never Trust a Liberal Over 3-Especially a Republican. Topics covered include: college curriculums, mental health and immigration.

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Wednesday, Jan 29, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis completes his analysis… The President's shamelessly digs out the liberal old chestnuts like women earn 77% of what men earn. How many times can the Left tell this obvious untruth?… Values predict success, not access to government benefits.

Prager H2: Dennis continues his analysis of the State of the Union. The President says he wants to focus on the hopes and the aspirations of the American people. If he does, then he should follow Calvin Coolidge's axiom: do less!

Prager H1: Dennis deconstructs the President's State of the Union speech… Ending a war is easy. You can surrender or just leave which is what we are doing in Afghanistan and what did in Iraq. Winning and preserving victory is hard.

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Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis discusses the racism inherent in the idea that there is culture in blood. Unfortunately, this idea has really caught on to the detriment of orphan children around the world.

Prager H2: Oxfam has cut off actress Scarlett Johansson from its roster of ambassadors. Her offense: endorsing an Israeli company, Soda Stream. Time to cut off Oxfam. They are just another Israeli-hating organization cloaking itself in Leftist righteousness… More and more people are using McDonald's and other fast food restaurants as their personal living room… Dennis talks to Mary Anatasia O'Grady, columnist for the Wall Street Journal who specializes in Central and South America.

Prager H1: Income inequality will be the theme of the President's speech. But what does it mean? If Bill Gates has $50 billion, how does that hurt me?… Dennis talks to John Eliot Gardiner, one of the world's leading conductors. His new book is Bach: Music in the Castle of Heaven.

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Monday, Jan 27, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis comments on his interview with Stephen Jimenez. So much of what the Left does is built on lies. The Matthew Shepard “hate crime” is a perfect example… Dennis talks to Fred Dryer, All Pro Defensive End for the Los Angeles Rams and TV Star, most notably for the series, “Hunter.”

Prager H2: The Left is preoccupied with trivia – like the obsession over the name Redskins… The Right is bothered by evil… Oil rich Venezuela is heading toward ruin, another victim of socialism… Dennis talks to Stephen Jimenez, investigative journalist. His new book is The Book of Matt: Hidden Truths About the Murder of Matthew Shepard…

Prager H1: Thirty three couples, gays couples among them, were married on Grammy's last night. You can't escape Leftist propaganda… Last month may have been the coldest month in a century in the US. Who knew that global warming would cause global cooling?… Dinesh D'Souza has been targeted by the FBI. His crime worthy of 500K bail? He gave too much money to a Republican candidate.

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Friday, Jan 24, 2014

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: what gives you the credentials to conduct orchestras; why are you “soft” on homosexuality; ever notice how men give nicknames to each other… and women don't; do you think the type of car that a person drives reveals something about them; what are the odds that the United States will remain a great country? A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on June 24, 2011.

Prager H2: The Titanic sank because all the water-tight compartments were damaged and filled with water. If one or two had not been breached, the ship would have stayed afloat. To stay happy, to stay afloat, as it were, you need to compartmentalize your problems. Don't allow problems to spill over to all aspects of your life. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on January 9, 2009.

Prager H1: A lot of ink and air time has been devoted to the question of the effect of divorce on children, but no one talks about the effect of divorce on adult children. With help from callers, Dennis looks into the subject and hears some surprising stories. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on March 20, 2008.

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Thursday, Jan 23, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Stephen Norwood, Professor of History and Judaic Studies at the University of Oklahoma. His new book is Anti-Semitism and the American Far Left… President Obama warmly endorses abortion. What he doesn't do is mention the word abortion…

Prager H2: Dennis continues on the President's backhanded endorsement of pot smoking… Dennis talks to Ross Douthat, columnist for NY Times, about the reasons why atheists have such contempt for those who believe… Small cars do very poorly on crash tests. But, hey, they're good for the environment. So you can die in a collision and feel good about yourself… Europe has reached its Green limit.  

Prager H1: Justin Bieber was arrested this morning for drunk driving and drag racing (not a good combo). There is a very steep price for fame, especially when it comes early in life. If fame defines you, you're in trouble… Dennis praises the speech Stephen Harper, the PM of Canada, made to the Israeli Parliament… President Obama favorably compares alcohol and marijuana…

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Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014

Prager H3: NY Governor, Andrew Cuomo, made comments over the weekend that perfectly describe the liberal contempt of Conservatives… Israel has no greater friend than Canada and Stephen Harper, its Prime Minister. Dennis plays clips from his speech to the Israeli parliament.

Prager H2: According to a French news report, half of Frenchmen cheat on their spouses. So, what keeps men faithful? Dennis offers a list.

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