Monday, February 14, 2011

Dennis Prager's Radio Show Returns!


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.

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.

George Friedman of Stratfor: The Next Decade

Dennis talks to George Friedman, Founder and CEO of Stratfor, a private intelligence company. His new book is The Next Decade.

Rep. Paul Ryan Answers

I thought this was the best rebuttal I’ve seen. He stated the Republican position very clearly: less government, less taxes. Let the American people figure it out for themselves.

How the Public Service Unions Came into Being

Very useful and unhappy history of public service unions. We have to put this genie back in the bottle.

Still Divided Academy

Dennis talks to Matthew Woessner, associate professor of political science and public policy at Penn State University at Harrisburg. His new book is The Still Divided Academy: How Competing Visions of Power, Politics, and Diversity Complicate the Mission of Higher Education

Harvard Scientist: We Are Alone in the Universe

According to a Harvard scientist, the evidence is overwhelming: we are the only life in the universe.

MTV Enhances the Culture Again

This time MTV distinguishes itself with a show about teenage sex and drug use. The young "star" defends the show -- with all the wisdom you’d expect from a teenager.

Tax Laws Don’t Change the Behavior of Wealthy?

Oh, really? Then, explain Alec Baldwin, Mr. Hollywood Liberal. Can we call him a hypocrite? Don’t miss the last two paragraphs.