Monday, February 21, 2011

Public Sector Unions Threaten Our Economy


Monday, February 21, 2011 Radio Show
H1: The Descent of the Unions
Prager H1: We love teachers; we have contempt for the teachers union… The Daily Mail in London reports that Gaddafi has fled Libya. If it’s true, where did he go?.. Tavis Smiley makes Bill Maher look like a conservative…

Monday, February 21, 2011 Radio Show
H2: Big Cheese
Prager H2: The Democrats fit of pique in Wisconsin is the biggest domestic story of the year… Dennis talks to Charlie Sykes, radio talk show host in Milwaukee, about the circus going on in that state… Columbia University students protest the idea of an ROTC office on campus.

Monday, February 21, 2011 Radio Show
Prager H3: Dennis talks to Robert Samuelson, columnist for Newsweek and Washington Post, about the stranglehold AARP has on the federal budget… Dennis talks to Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts.

Friday, February 18, 2011 Radio Show
H1: Wishful Thinking
Prager H1: The Left engages in wishful thinking about the world… Chris Christie speaks truth to NJ fire fighters… Charles Krauthammer exposes the Obama budget fraud…

Friday, February 18, 2011 Radio Show
H2: Happiness Hour: Limits of Complaining
Prager H2: You have to be able to express your feelings to friends, but how much complaining can you do before you alienate them? The answer: open up, but don’t be a burden.

Friday, February 18, 2011 Radio Show
H3: Open Lines
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: how many licks does it take to reach the center of a Tootsie Pop; is Debussy a desert island composer; if computers become human-like will they be liberal or conservative; why should Wisconsin public service workers have to pay more for their benefits; why do we give aid to foreign countries when are running a deficit at home.

Thursday, February 17, 2011 Radio Show
H1: Balancing Act
Prager H1: The President claims he’s balancing the budget, but he doesn’t bother to include interest costs on the debt when making his dubious calculation. Would you say that your household budget was balanced if you excluded mortgage and credit card payments?.. A CBS reporter was sexually assaulted by an Egyptian mob. Why did the network sit on the story?.. The Ft Hood murders illustrate the deadly consequences of multiculturalism and political correctness.

Thursday, February 17, 2011 Radio Show
H2: Badger Tough
Prager H2: The Republican governor of Wisconsin is taking on the unions… Dennis talks to Michael Scheurer, the chief of the CIA's bin Laden unit from 1996 to 1999. His new book is Osama Bin Laden…

Thursday, February 17, 2011 Radio Show
H3: Elementary, My Dear Watson
Prager H3: The IBM computer, Watson, beat two Jeopardy champions in a Jeopardy showdown. Is this significant? Or much ado about not much?.. Dennis talks to Conor Friedersdorf. founding editor of The Best of Journalism and blogger for The Atlantic about right wing talk radio.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Radio Show
H1: Attack Ideas, Not Motives
Prager H1: Republicans make a big mistake when they attack the motives of Democrats. Republicans should take on Democrats’ ideas and leave motives out of the discussion… A female CBS reporter was sexually assaulted in Cairo while covering the protests there. Why did CBS initially repress the story?

Dennis talks to Senator Scott Brown

Dennis talks to Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts. He's written an autobiography, Against All Odds: My Life of Hardship, Fast Breaks, and Second Chances.

This Is Right Out of “Are You a Liberal Test?”

Angry protesters belittle a decorated vet at Columbia. They're upset that the college might open an ROTC office. This right out of our "Are You a Liberal Test?" test. You can see the Prager U. video here and take the test here.

Samuelson on AARP

Dennis talks to Robert Samuelson, columnist for Washington Post and Newsweek, about his latest column, an expose of AARP. Samuelson's latest book is The Great Inflation and Its Aftermath: The Past and Future of American

Charlie Sykes on Wisconsin

Dennis talks to Charlie Sykes, Milwaukee talk show host, about the circus in Wisconsin. HIs latest book is 50 Rules Kids Won't Learn in School: Real-World Antidotes to Feel-Good Education.

Very Effective Video on Left Hate Rhetoric in Wisconsin

Guess they didn’t get the memo about civility.

Krauthammer: Obama’s Debt Fraud

The more you learn, the more galling it becomes. Read it and weep; or even better, get angry and take action.

Atlantic Blogger Notes that Dennis Not a Raving Lunatic

For his controversial assessment, the writer was excoriated by Leftist critics.

Computer Beats Humans on Game Show

A supercomputer easily beats two Jeopardy champions in a Jeopardy showdown. Futurist Ray Kurzweil thinks that computers and people are merging. Dennis doesn't agree.

Rabinowitz: The Deadly Consequences of Multiculturalism

Report after government report has been issued on the Ft. Hood massacre, but none of them mention the murderer's jihadist beliefs. With her usual devastating clarity, Dorothy Rabinowitz, looks at Hassan's very disturbing history and how the Army dealt with it. Political correctness and multiculturalism aren't just academic theories; they have real life consequences, and sometimes those consequences are deadly.

Female CBS Reporter Sexually Assaulted in Cairo

Reports are that the mob was shouting “Jew, Jew” at her. She's now in hospital in NY. Why did CBS wait so long to release this story?