Loving God Means Hating Evil

On his show today, Dennis says he feels more vindicated than ever in his skepticism about the revolution in Egypt. He praises reporting in the WSJ and National Review on Egypt and comparing what major liberals said when Ayatolla Khomeini came to power in Iran.

From Dennis Prager.com:

Tuesday, February 15, 2011 Radio Show
H1: Wrong Again?
Prager H1: Thirty years ago, liberals predicted a glorious new dawn of freedom following the Iranian Revolution. They were wrong. Are they wrong again about Egypt?.. A major league pitcher refuses to take millions owed to him in his contract. He didn’t earn it, so he doesn’t want it.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011 Radio Show
H2: Fiscal Discipline
Prager H2: This year’s budget was a chance for the President to lead on deficit reduction. Instead, he’s increasing the deficit… The UK releases a terrorist implicated in the murders of 52 Britons after five years in prison… Dennis talks to Rick Santorum, former Pennsylvania senator and now senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center about Egypt and the budget… Nancy Pelosi’s “green initiative” for the Congressional dining room didn’t help anybody. It’s a perfect case study of Leftist feel-goodism… Democrats want to ban smokeless tobacco in baseball.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011 Radio Show
H3: Ultimate Issues Hour: Hating Evil
Prager H3: To love God one has to hate evil. This is the fourth installment in Dennis’s series on explaining key concepts from the Bible.

Monday, February 14, 2011 Radio Show
H1: Back in the USA
Prager H1: Dennis returns from his two week listener cruise with thoughts on travel and the evils of communism… What are the chances of a good outcome in Egypt?

Monday, February 14, 2011 Radio Show
H2: Pessimistic about Egypt
Prager H2: Dennis continues to discuss possible futures for Egypt. The Liberal media is full of optimism toward that country’s democratic future; Dennis doesn’t share their sunny view.

Monday, February 14, 2011 Radio Show
H3: More on Viet Name and Egypt
Prager H3: Dennis continues to reflect on his trip and the future of Egypt.

Biodegradable Forks and Tasteless Food

Nancy Pelosi’s “green initiative” for the Congressional dining room didn’t help anybody. A perfect case study of Leftist feel-goodism.

Al Qaeda Operative Released after Five Years in London Jail

Yeah, this terrorist cooperated with authorities. But five years? 52 people were murdered. Does anybody serve serious time for anything in the UK?

KC Pitcher Doesn’t Want Millions He Didn’t Earn

Gil Meche, a pitcher for the KC Royals, is owed $12M by the club. But Meche, who has decided to retire because of injuries, doesn’t think he deserves the money and won’t take it. Is it coincidence that Meche is religious?

FLASHBACK: Liberals Predict New Dawn of Freedom from Iranian Revolution

National Review provides a valuable list of confident predictions about the Iranian Revolution. Liberals were certain it was the dawn of a new day of freedom. They were wrong… Brett Stephens of The Wall Street Journal makes the same observation.

Henninger: Can Egypt Turn Out Well?

Daniel Henninger offers another reason why not to be optimistic about the future of Egypt. It’s also a cautionary tale for the USA. When a populace becomes dependent the government for jobs, it doesn’t grow.

Muslim Brotherhood: Let’s Bring Back Stoning

Feeling optimistic about Egypt? This statement by the spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood might throw some cold water on your optimism.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been covered in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and on 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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