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Friday, Sep 12, 2014

Prager H1: Lee Habeeb sitting in for Dennis focuses the hour on listening to children and young adults about accepting what they want to do as a career. College is not for everyone. Being a plumber and a firefighter is an important and honorable job too. Ken Robinson speaks at a TED talk about schools killing children's creativity. Anthony Solis, a 19 year old welder in Houston calls in to discuss his career discussion. Triple G shares a story from The Deadliest Catch, which ties the hour together.

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Thursday, Sep 11, 2014

Prager H3: Lee is joined by Pat Williams, former Alabama linebacker and co-founder of the Orlando Magic, for the entire hour. They talk about Coach Paul William “Bear” Bryant, a six time national championship coach and leader of men. Also, John Croyle talks about his experience with the coach. John played defensive end for the 1973 National Championship football team under Coach Bryant.

Prager H2: Lee starts the hour off by playing clips from Daniel Gordis, who is part of the group ZAKA, which is a volunteer force that cleans up bodies after attacks in Israel. Callers weigh in on the President's ISIL/ISIS speech last night. Cliff May, the President of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies has some interesting thoughts on whether western leaders understand and are countering the growing jihadist threat. Emanuel Ottolenghi joins Cliff and Lee to discuss defeating the Islamic state.

Prager H1: Lee Habeeb sitting in. He starts the show with clips from the President's speech last night. He has callers call in and give their opinion. Gail Sheehy joins the show to commemorate the 9/11 attacks thirteen years ago and to talk about her book on the event called Middletown America: One Town's Passage from Trauma to Hope.

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Wednesday, Sep 10, 2014

Prager H3: Lee Habeeb sitting in. According to Newt Gingrich, there are ten questions President Obama needs to answer during his address tonight. Old age isn't a topic people like to talk about, but a lot can be learned from caring for an older family member. Dave Shiflett, wrote a piece for the WSJ titled, Life Lessons from Dad, and Lee plays excerpts of Dave reading his column.

Prager H2: Lee Habeeb discusses the latest movement to unionize franchises in America. Melanie Trottman, WSJ reporter covering labor and the workplace, joins the show. He goes on to talk to Daljit Hundal, a franchise owner 16 Carl Jr's and 14 Jamba Juice stores . He talks about his immigration story and the American dream. Later, Alfredo Ortiz, President of Job Creators Network comes on to talk about the companies perspective on the job economy.

Prager H1: Lee Habeeb sits in for the rest of the week and this hour's topic is Immigration. Tamar Jacoby, the President of Immigration Works USA joins the show to talk about her federation of small business owners. Then Lee talks to Daniel Novaes, co-founder of MobileX Labs, to talk about his background in starting companies at a very young age. Later, Tahrmina Watson, Head of Watson Immigration Law, calls in to talk about one of her clients that the US tried to kick out. Eric Liu tells his story about trying to become a Chinese citizen.

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Monday, Jul 21, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis debates Mira Sucharov, Associate Professor of Political Science at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. She writes for the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, where she took issue with Dennis's Prager University video, “The Middle East Problem.”

Prager H2: Dennis talks to leading Dutch journalist, Leon de Winter, about how his countrymen are dealing with the shooting down of MH 17 and death of 193 of their fellow citizens… Will world let Israel defend itself?

Prager H1: The downing of MH 17 is an evil that's hard to fathom. You read about those who were murdered and you cry and feel intense anger. But will the Dutch who lost 193 citizens or Europe do anything constructive with their outrage? Probably not… The reporting on Israel's self-defense actions in Gaza scrapes the bottom of the media barrel. At the bottom of the bottom of barrel is the NY Times.

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Friday, Jul 18, 2014

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: is Dennis worried about low information; should you marry a person who's $2M in debt; does God hear our prayers.

Prager H2: Relationship expert, Alison Armstrong, makes a rare appearance on the Happiness Hour to talk about how men and women experience happiness differently.

Prager H1: It's clear that the Malaysian jetliner was shot down by Russian separatists. The equipment was supplied by Russia and is very sophisticated. There's a very good chance that Russian personnel was involved… The Australian PM, a conservative, made a very strong statement about “the crime.”… The moral distinction between Israel and Hamas couldn't be more clear…

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Thursday, Jul 17, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Carlotta Gall, reporter for New York Times since 1999, including over ten years in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Her new book is The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014… If the President had made a case that we needed to preserve our victories in Iraq and Afghanistan, the American public would have embraced him… An appeals court tells the University of Texas that it can use race to create “holistic diversity.” What's that?

Prager H2: The early best guess is that the Malaysian Airlines jet was shot down by Russian rebels within Ukraine. Why is Russia giving these rebels such sophisticated weapons?… A woman let her 9-year-old daughter play outside in the park while she worked at a nearby MacDonald's… The Obama Administration wants to prohibit corporations from moving overseas to avoid high taxes.

Prager H1: A Malaysian Airlines jet flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down over Ukraine, according to news reports. 295 people were aboard… The Los Angeles Times sees no moral difference between Hamas and Israel. As usual, they're following the lead of the NY Times… The crisis at the border shows no sign of abating. The Democrats seem fine with that… Dennis talks to Katie Pavlich, news editor for Townhall.com and a Fox News contributor. Her new book is Assault and Flattery: The Truth about the Left and Their War on Women.

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Wednesday, Jul 16, 2014

Prager H3: Jon Stewart refers to the United States as an “Imperial Power” without even thinking about it. He just accepts it as common knowledge… Hillary Clinton tells Stewart that America has a great story to tell the world, but we have to tell it to ourselves first. She's right, but she forgot to mention that the Left, her crowd, has changed the story… Dennis talks to Alan Dershowitz, Professor of Law at Harvard University and the lecturer of the newest course at Prager University, BDS: The Attempt to Strangle Israel.

Prager H2: Dennis lets callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: how does one make up to one's spouse after committing an infidelity.

Prager H1: Dennis has more thoughts on his day at Angola State Prison and Louisiana governor, Bobby Jindal… The Arab narrative is that Israeli Army wants to kill and maim Palestinians. It's a lie, of course, but it's a lie that Palestinians and Arabs tell each other… 90 people were killed by car bombs in a market in Afghanistan. Muslims killing Muslims… A middle-class Canadian youth makes a video to recruit more Canadians to become killers for Islam. Shortly, after making the video, he was killed in Syria, wasting his life for jihad.

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Tuesday, Jul 15, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis reflects on his experience at Angola State Prison in Louisiana. When a Death Row inmate offers to shake his hand, Dennis isn't sure whether he should take it.

Prager H2: In what sort of moral world do people support a repressive regime against a free country?… Dennis talks to Adam Bellow, executive editor at Harper Collins. Bellow has created a new website to encourage Conservative culture – music, fiction, film.

Prager H1: Dennis visited Angola State Prison in Louisiana yesterday, including Death Row. The experience was life changing… Dennis talks to Louisiana governor, Bobby Jindal.

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Monday, Jul 14, 2014

Prager H3: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis and is joined by David Spady, California State Director of Americans For Prosperity in California, and Denny Weinberg, former board member of Salem Communication. Topics they discuss include, Obamacare works for some Americans, but it has been an overwhelming failure. Current immigration policy encourages illegal immigration. Many of these illegal immigrants will be granted refugee status and Obamacare… a one-size-fits-all concept, which is never a good idea.

Prager H2: Mark Isler fills in for Dennis and topics include; Obama is not dealing with illegal immigration properly. The system is broken because the laws are not being enforced properly. Immigrants who stay should share American values and strive for the American Dream. Brigitte Gabriel, journalist, author, and activist joins the show. She discusses how radical Islamist are a minority, but they still occupy a significant portion of Muslims and therefore a large portion of the global population. Mark and Bridgette take calls on the misrepresentation of Israel in the news and the public is not getting the right information.

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