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Monday, Feb 17, 2014

Prager H1: Facebook gives you 50 different options to describe your gender. 50? Most people have trouble coming up with more than two… The UAW suffered a major defeat in Volkswagen's Tennessee plant. It was a close vote, but the good guys won… Marijuana smoking as the cause of car accidents is sky rocketing.

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Friday, Feb 14, 2014

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: what is the correct translation of the Sixth Commandment; when should a guy put away his dreams and get practical; what if you just can't believe in God; is AIDS a civil rights issue.

Prager H2: Dennis considers the full constellation of love relationships.

Prager H1: Susan Patton offers young women some excellent Valentine's Day advice in the Wall Street Journal – marriage is more important to happiness than career… Paul Krugman of the NY Times and Charles Krauthammer of the Washington Post have very different interpretations of the CBO report on ObamaCare… For Krugman income equality is no longer enough. Now we need equality of dignity.

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Thursday, Feb 13, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis talks to Sally Satel, resident scholar at AEI and Yale University lecturer and Scott Lilienfeld, professor of psychology at Emory University. Their new book is Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience… Dennis builds on his interview to consider the question of whether addiction is a choice or a disease. Callers weigh in.

Prager H2: An Alabama legislator expresses anger at Supreme Court Justice, Clarence Thomas, because he married a white women. The story sparks a spirited discussion with callers taking both sides of the issue.

Prager H1: Dennis talks to renowned International human rights lawyer, former President of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development on the question of Israel's legal rights to national sovereignty.

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Wednesday, Feb 12, 2014

Prager H3: Clarence Thomas tells college students that there's more concern about race now than there was when he was growing up in the segregated South… Dennis talks to Al Cardenas, Chairman of the American Conservative Union… Why do young people vote Democrat even though they acknowledge that Republicans are much better for economic growth?

Prager H2: Equality of the sexes doesn't mean more sex in marriage. In fact, research indicates it means just the opposite.

Prager H1: Global Warming is so severe that Lake Superior, a very big lake, will freeze over this winter for the first time in decades… Canada is going to balance its budget this year. Is it coincidence that Canada has a conservative government?… Dennis talks to Martha Bayles who teaches humanities at Boston College. Her new book is Through a Screen Darkly: Popular Culture, Public Diplomacy, and America's Image Abroad… Mormonism is on trial in the UK. Yes, there is a war on religion in the West and especially in Europe.

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Tuesday, Feb 11, 2014

Prager H3: There are two pillars to a good life: the moral and the holy. We are all familiar with the former, but are very unfamiliar with the latter.

Prager H2: The US is steadily reducing its dependence on foreign oil. It's an unbelievable testament to the American entrepreneurial spirit because it's been achieved despite the best efforts of the current Administration… America's young people no longer believe America is exceptional… There can be no peace between Israel and the Palestinians as long as the latter celebrate murder.

Prager H1: There is a “rape culture” on campus. This is the latest Leftist hysteria. And like all Leftist hysterias there's no truth in it… Dennis talks to Tammy Bruce, former board member of NOW and prominent talk show host. She teaches the latest Prager U. course.

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Monday, Feb 10, 2014

Prager H3: Dennis reads a recent obit about a gentleman in Greenwich, CT… Dennis talks to Aaron Ginn, growth hacker for the website StumbleUpon and a rare young conservative in Silicon Valley… Dennis returns to the NBC's opening narrative of the Winter Olympics and its thoughtless absurdity…

Prager H2: A Danish zoo put down a healthy giraffe. The zoo had good reasons for doing so, but many felt it was unnecessary. Much anger ensued. Dennis examines why… Dennis talks to Betsy McCaughey, health care expert. Her new book is Beating Obamacare 2014: Avoid the Landmines and Protect Your Health, Income, and Freedom.

Prager H1: The opening of the NBC broadcast of the Winter Olympics describing Russia was not only silly, it was foolish – in the extreme… Obama and the Left wish things to be so and to them, presto, so they are… The purpose of art now is to “provoke discussion.” A new sculpture at Wellesley College is doing just that…

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Friday, Feb 7, 2014

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. This hour is a compilation of some of the best segments from the Open Lines Hours in March 2012.

Prager H2: How does one cure unhappiness? Dennis offers four solutions and along the way comes up with a new Pragerism: Seeking sympathy rather than remedy is a recipe for misery. Callers weigh in. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on March 18, 2012.

Prager H1: When do teens spend time with adults? Is it more or less time than the past? If it's less (as Dennis believes) what are the consequences? A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on February 16, 2012.

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Thursday, Feb 6, 2014

Prager H3: What is going on in the Russian city of Sochi where the Olympics begin shortly? The horror stories are shocking and hilarious… Dennis talks to Lee Habeeb, columnist for the National Review, about the over regulation of the trucking industry…

Prager H2: Dennis continues his discussion of genetically modified foods with Professor Lusk… How can people who share the same religious beliefs come to totally different political conclusions?

Prager H1: Dennis reports on his experience at the National Prayer Breakfast this morning… Dennis talks to Jayson Lusk, professor of agricultural economics at Oklahoma State University, about genetically modified foods.

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Wednesday, Feb 5, 2014

Prager H3: CVS has decided not to sell cigarettes. It's bad for your health and they want to be a health company. Alcohol, however, and as much candy as you want is fine… NYC is adding Muslim and Chinese holidays to the school calendar… The mayor of NYC won't march in the St. Patrick's Parade because parade organizers won't let protestors carry pro-Gay signs. Welcome to DiBlasio's New York… The CBO reports now that ObamaCare will cost 2.5 million jobs.

Prager H2: Who should you love more – your spouse or your children?

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