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From Dennis Prager:

 
Wednesday March 12, 2008
Prager H3: She said Barack Obama wouldn’t be in the position he’s in if weren’t black. Seems self-evident, but not to the Obama campaign which has accused the former VP candidate of the dreaded “R” word. .. Dennis talks to Marcus Sheff, director of The Israel Project, about the chances for peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Here.
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Wednesday March 12, 2008
H1: Spitzer Resigns With Dennis Prager
Prager H1: Remarkable, but the soon-to-be ex governor of New York State seems to have no friends and nobody seems upset to see him go. He had managed to alienate not only his enemies but his friends, if he ever had any. The real issue here is the status of your moral bank account… Ironically, Spitzer was a great one for prosecuting sex crimes. He was especially enthusiastic in his pursuit of Johns. Think he’ll volunteer to go to prison?
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Wednesday March 12, 2008
Prager H2: Dennis continues with a question he raised last hour, a corollary of the Spitzer sex scandal. Of course, this appeals to wives as well as husbands. Callers offer some telling personal stories… Dennis talks to Christina Binkley, style columnist and senior reporter for the WSJ. Her new book is Winner Takes All: Steve Wynn, Kirk Kerkorian, Gary Loveman, and the Race to Own Las Vegas.
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Tuesday March 11, 2008
Prager H1: The governor of New York, Eliot Spitzer, has been caught in a sex scandal – paying for expensive prostitutes. Dennis, who has no interest in the private lives of public officials, explains why this case is different. And the reason has nothing to do with partisan politics.
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Tuesday March 11, 2008
Prager H3: In light of the Eliot Spitzer sex scandal, Dennis discusses the difference between thinking bad thoughts and doing bad deeds. The difference is clear and critical.
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Tuesday March 11, 2008
H2: An Act of Hubris With Dennis Prager
Prager H2: Dennis talks to Keith Richburg, New York bureau chief for Washington Post, about the Spitzer scandal. Richburg, who has been following the story closely, has some fascinating new facts… Dennis also talks to Ramesh Manon, the owner of Dal Roti restaurant in Cochin, India. Dennis had lunch there during his recent visit to India. He fell in love with the food and this fascinating, engaging man. They talk about American politics and the Indian view of the USA, among other subjects.
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Monday March 10, 2008
Prager H1: A California Appeals court rules that home schooling is illegal. The Teachers Union is thrilled… Evidence continues to grow that the globe is cooling… As world leaders contemplate a Democratic president who promises to cancel free trade agreements, they are already feeling nostalgic for GW.
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Monday March 10, 2008
Prager H3: To “accommodate” Muslim co-eds. This isn’t about religion, it’s about narcissism. Once you start down this road of granting special privileges, there is no end… Dennis talks to Max Boot, senior fellow for Council on Foreign Relations, about how the State Department is making it almost impossible for Iraqi translators who have lived and worked with American troops to emigrate to the USA.
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Monday March 10, 2008
Prager H2: Dennis talks to James Bowman, former American editor of the Times Literary Supplement of London and currently a resident scholar at the Ethics and Public Policy Institute. His new book is Media Madness: The Corruption of Our Political Culture… The government is offering a $40 coupon to everyone who needs to convert their analog TV signal to a digital one… Does Israel have any choice but to return to Gaza?… Billions have been lost to fraudulent asbestos claims. It might finally be coming to an end. Is there a media-hyped hysteria that has ever turned out to be true?
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Friday March 7, 2008
Prager H1: After a Palestinian terrorist broke into a Jerusalem seminary school and murdered at least 8 students, thousands of Gazans took to the street to celebrate. Dennis discusses this highly disturbing event and notes that the UN could not condemn it.
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Posted by: Eva  at 1:49 PM Join us Thursday, April 3rd from the historic Richard Nixon Presidential Library, for a rousing celebration for one of radio’s most popular icons – Mr. Dennis Prager.  Enjoy a memorable line up of top radio personalities toasting and roasting Dennis’ spectacular success.  Special guest include:  Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved, Bruce Herschensohn and more!! Click here to purchase tickets and for more information.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Posted by: Eva  at 12:49 PM

Dennis Prager will discuss the 2008 election and the U.S. political state at the KKNT Townhall Forum with Michael Medved and Hugh Hewitt on Tuesday, April 8th. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
 

 

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Posted by: Eva  at 12:29 PM

What keeps Dennis Prager up at night? Come find out on Monday March 24th at the Northland Inn in Brooklyn Park. Click Here to order tickets or call 651-289-4444.
 

 

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Posted by: Eva  at 12:08 PM

Dennis Prager will be debating Frank Zindler at the American Atheists 34th Annual Conference on the topic of "Does The Jewish God Exist" on Sunday, March 23 at 10 AM. Call 908-276-7300 or click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
 

 

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Posted by: Eva  at 11:52 AM

Bernard Lewis and Dennis Prager will appear at the Annenberg Center on March 18 at 7 PM to speak on the Clash of Civilizations: The Final Jihad. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
 

 

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Posted by: Allen Estrin  at 1:43 PM

While in India, Dennis and I visited the Dal Roti restaurant in Cochin, India. In addition to its fabulous Indian food, it also features Ramesh Manon, the owner and the man I call the Dennis Prager of Cochin, India. Like Dennis, he’s open, fun, full of interesting ideas, and willing to talk to anyone at any time about any subject. If you’re ever in this part of India, you must make a visit to this restaurant and meet this charming and delightful man. If you listened to the second half of the second hour of today’s show, you got a taste of what’s in store for you.
 

 

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Posted by: Allen Estrin  at 12:51 PM

They loved him. He was there man. No longer.
 

 

Monday, March 10, 2008

Posted by: Allen Estrin  at 3:34 PM

They have been valuable and loyal to our military and their lives are in grave danger. Instead of giving them every possible assistance, the State Dept. puts up every possible obstacle. This is a national shame and needs to be corrected. Please contact your congressmen and the White House and tell them you want this situation corrected. We owe these people a lot. If they want to come to the USA, we should welcome them with open arms, not push them away.
 

 

Monday, March 10, 2008

Posted by: Allen Estrin  at 2:14 PM

These cases have dragged on for decades, enriching trial lawyers and bankrupting businesses, but now it finally might be coming to an end.
 

 

Monday, March 10, 2008

Posted by: Allen Estrin  at 2:10 PM

To accommodate Muslim co-eds. Once you start down this road, there is no end.
 

 

Monday, March 10, 2008

Posted by: Eva  at 1:03 PM

Dennis talks to James Bowman has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the New Criterion and other publications. He was the American editor of the Times Literary Supplement of London and is currently a resident scholar at the Ethics and Public Policy Institute. His latest book is Media Madness: The Corruption of Our Political Culture.
 

 

Monday, March 10, 2008

Posted by: Allen Estrin  at 12:34 PM

When countries consider the possiblity of a Democratic president abrogating free trade agreements, they suddenly feel nostalgic for GW.

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