Medal Of Honor

On his radio show today, Dennis Prager said: “There’s only one thing I want the government to be intrusive about and that is our safety.”

Dennis doesn’t buy the hysteria about the new scanners in airports.

“We need heroes… We have torn down so many. Because of media knowledge, the ability of the smaller to tear down the bigger is great.”

“I don’t [want to be thought well of in the mainstream media]. If the New York Times wrote something positive about me, I would rethink my position.”

From DennisPrager.com:

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 Radio Show
H1: Medal of Honor
Prager H1: The Medal of Honor was awarded to staff sergeant, Salvatore A. Giunta, now 25, of Hiawatha, Iowa. His actions are inspiring; the death of his comrades, a tragic loss… Republican have agreed to ban all earmarks. Democrats, who want to keep them, are squirming… The controversy over the TSA body scanners continues to grow. Dennis defends the new scanners. His callers aren’t so sure.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 Radio Show
H2: Male/Female Hour: Reading a Woman’s Mind
Prager H2: Is it possible? Should men be able to do it? But can women read men’s minds any better men read theirs? Dennis offers his theories; callers weigh in. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast on July 16, 2008.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 Radio Show
H3: George Gilder
Prager H3: Dennis talks to one of the most original thinkers in the country, best selling author and co-founder of The Discovery Institute, George Gilder. His latest piece in the Wall Street Journal concerns the coming “Green Economy” calamity in California.. Callers weigh in…

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 Radio Show
H1: Poor Salesmanship
Prager H1: Bob Herbert of the New York Times writes that blacks have to take responsibility for the deterioration of the black family. Coming from a liberal like Herbert, this is quite an admission… Dennis talks to Mark Steyn, nationally syndicated columnist. His latest book (2009) is Lights Out: Islam, Free Speech and The Twilight Of The West.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 Radio Show
H2: Happiness Hour: Nature versus Nurture
Prager H2: Dennis talks to Michael Fumento, renowned science writer, on the latest scare: full body scans at airports. Callers weigh in with their fears.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 Radio Show
H3: Open Lines
Prager H3: Dennis deconstructs comments made by evolutionary biologist and leading atheist, Richard Dawkins, on the Bill Maher Show last month.

Monday, November 15, 2010 Radio Show
H1: Speaking Truth to Youth
Prager H1: Dennis talked to students at El Camino College in Southern California yesterday. He received a standing “O” at the end of his remarks. Dennis explains why… 1300 people have already joined Dennis’s Facebook page “Urge Sears to Honor Thanksgiving.”…If world opinion is so important to the Left, why aren’t they concerned that the world has rejected Obamanomics?

Monday, November 15, 2010 Radio Show
H2: Misplaced Compassion
Prager H2: Western governments have given billions of dollars in aid to African governments. Most of it has been wasted, looted or worse. Of course, Dennis has known this to be true for a long time, but coming from a very liberal Canadian paper, The Toronto Globe-Mail, means that maybe even the Left is getting it. Naw, they’ll never get it… Dennis talks to June Carbone, Professor of Law at University of Missouri at Kansas City. Her new book is Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture.

Monday, November 15, 2010 Radio Show
H3: Who Pays Income Tax
Prager H3: 1% of the earners pay 37% of all income taxes, but for Bill Maher, Michael Moore and Nora Ephron, it’s not enough… States have trillions of dollars in public sector union pension obligations… The President’s trip to Asia was a dud, or worse… Earmarks have to go. Republicans can’t be perceived as being for them… Are young people leaving churches because they’re too conservative? Or is this just a liberal fantasy?

Gilder: Defeat of CA Prop 23 Worse than You Think

Dennis talks to George Gilder. Nobody understands technology or capitalism better than this man, one of the most original thinkers in the world today. His latest piece in the Wall Street Journal about the future of California should give us all pause. Joel Kotkin writes a supporting piece in Forbes today. Gilder’s latest book, a must read and the best non-fiction book I read in 2009 is The Israel Test.

Medal of Honor Winner Lives to Receive Award

All too rare. Here’s more detail of what happened on the battlefield from the Wall Street Journal. We weep for the brave men lost and for the great lives not led.

Herbert: Black Families Must Help Themselves

The liberal NY Times columnist blames the breakdown of the black family, as he should and to his credit, on black culture. He even acknowledges that the government can’t fix the problem. But he can’t begin to assess why it took place. If he did, he couldn’t stay on the Left.

Dennis talks to Mark Steyn

Dennis talks to Mark Steyn, nationally syndicated columnist. His latest book (2009) is Lights Out: Islam, Free Speech And The Twilight Of The West.

Obama Asia Trip a Dud

What did he accomplish? Answer seems to be nothing… or worse. If world opinion means so much to the Left, are they worried that world opinion doesn’t support Obamanomics?

The Danger of African Government Relief Aid

Of course, we’ve known this to be true for a long time, but coming from a very liberal Canadian paper means that maybe even the Left is getting it… Naw, they’ll never get it.

Red Families v. Blue Families

http://blurblawg.typepad.com/.a/6a00e54f871a9c88330120a8ed33bf970b-320piDennis talks to June Carbone, Professor of Law at University of Missouri at Kansas City. Her new book is Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture
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