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  Monday, January 3, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01032005

Hour 1: Who’s Stingy? As the USA floods SE Asia with food and logistical aid, we await an expression of gratitude. Nobody is holding their breath, however. more...

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  Tuesday, January 4, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01042005

Hour 1: The Laffer Curve Guest: Arthur Laffer, renowned economist on the current state of our economy. He’s optimistic… Also, Dennis records his disgust with the new Fox show, “Who’s Your Daddy?” Hour 2: What Women Want Guest: Alison Armstrong, co-founder of Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women seminars author of Keys to the Kingdom, and frequent Prager.

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  Wednesday, January 5, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01052005

Hour 1: Gun Control Doesn’t Stop Crime According to a major new study, not covered by the media, there is no evidence that restricting gun ownership has any impact on crime statistics. Nevertheless, San Francisco wants to ban gun ownership of its citizens in even their own homes. more...

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  Thursday, January 6, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01062005

Hour 1: Dennis at CES Dennis holds forth from the Consumer Electronics Show, a giant cornucopia of “cool stuff,” in Las Vegas, NV. Hour 2: Dennis at CES, Part 2 A professional gamer, a young man who makes his living playing video games, discusses his career… Dennis explains why the advance of technology has been a boon to humanity. more...

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  Friday, January 7, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01072005

Hour 1: The Dems Greatest Fear If blacks and Hispanics were to believe that Republicans are not the enemy, the Democratic Party would collapse. That is why the New York Times and the Democrats in the Senate are giving President Bush’s Attorney General nominee, Alberto Gonzalez, such a hard time… Barbara Boxer, a California embarrassment, casts a vote challenging President Bush’s election.

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  Monday, January 10, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01102005

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Dennis spends his Sunday bailing water out of his patio. Los Angeles has had one year of rain in one week… A Minnesota Viking football star “moons” the fans in Green Bay. more...

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  Tuesday, January 11, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01112005

Hour 1: Do Women Have a Problem with Balding Men? Based on an anxious email he received, Dennis poses the question to his listeners. The answers vary, but most women don’t seem to think it’s a big deal. more...

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  Wednesday, January 12, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01122005

Hour 1: Higher Education: Where Evil Becomes Good In the Harvard Crimson an editorial writer tells his readers that the destruction of Fallujah proves that America is the villain in the Iraq conflict. The Islamic fascists who turned that city into a torture factory have no blame. more...

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  Thursday, January 13, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01132005

Hour 1: The Man Who Brought Leading Atheist to God Guest: Gerald Schroeder, physicist and author of The Hidden Face of God. Hour 2: A Mind Before Creation Dennis continues his important fascinating interview with Professor Gerald Schroeder Hour 3: The Depth of the Democrats Failure A Democratic member of a Califo.

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  Friday, January 14, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01142005

Hour 1: The Post-Feminist Dad Men work full time to support their families, but in this post-feminist world, they don’t get the appreciation fathers did in previous generations. It’s not an easy time to be a man. more...

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  Monday, January 17, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01172005

Hour 1: The Fight for the Cross on LA County Seal Rages On On Martin Luther King Day, Dennis broadcasts live from a rally to keep the Cross on the LA County Seal. Dennis started this fight in June and now he strives to finish it – with a successful petition drive. more...

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  Tuesday, January 18, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01182005

Hour 1: Women Aren’t Men Lawrence Summers, President of Harvard, makes the “shocking” statement that men might be better at math than women because… well, because they’re men. Feminist academics (who believe that women are really men in disguise) are, of course, outraged. more...

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  Wednesday, January 19, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01192005

Hour 1: A Futurist Looks Ahead Guest: George Gilder, Senior fellow at the Discovery Institute, technologist and an author who deeply influenced Dennis’s thinking… Also, sanitation workers in Frankfurt mistake a modern art sculpture for garbage and toss it out. They will receive art appreciation training. more...

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  Thursday, January 20, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01202005

Hour 1: GW Sworn In George W. Bush officially begins his second term. more...

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  Friday, January 21, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01212005

Hour 1: Allies and Iraq Guest: William Shawcross, internationally renowned journalist and author of Allies: The U.S., Britain, and Europe, and the War in Iraq. Best of Prager Hour. more...

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  Monday, January 24, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01242005

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Dennis had an ordeal getting home from NYC this weekend. The blizzard the media described turns out to be an ordinary snow shower… Johnny Carson died over the weekend. more...

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  Tuesday, January 25, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01252005

Hour 1: Why Johnny Won’t Read Educators are forcing feminized literature down the throats of young boys. But young boys aren’t swallowing it. more...

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  Wednesday, January 26, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01262005

Hour 1: 31 Marines Killed It’s a terrible, heart-breaking loss, but the cause is just. On Sunday, Iraqis will vote under the threat of murder from terrorists. more...

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  Thursday, January 27, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01272005

Hour 1: What Does France Think? Guest: Dominique Moisi, frequent commentator on American-French relations and Senior Adviser to the Institut Français des Relations Internationales. Hour 2: What Punishment for Would-Be Suicide Who Killed 11 People? A man who wanted to kill himself left his SUV on a commuter train track. more...

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  Friday, January 28, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01282005

Hour 1: 60 Years after Auschwitz Dennis draws five lessons from the Holocaust. Hour 2: Happiness Hour: You Are Not Alone in Your Pain If you know people well, then you know that they have pain – perhaps emotional, perhaps physical. more...

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  Monday, January 31, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01312005

Hour 1: Freedom Wins Big 60% of Iraqis risked death to vote. So much for the idea that Arabs don’t care about freedom. more...

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  Tuesday, February 1, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02012005

Hour 1: A Defining Event Will there be cognitive dissonance on the Left as result of the Iraqi election? How do open-minded liberals oppose the war now? Isn’t liberalism supposed to be for the spread of democracy? Leftists don’t ask these questions. They just hate the US. more...

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  Wednesday, February 2, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02022005

Hour 1: It’s Groundhog Day! Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, so more winter predicted. Dennis plays clips from one of his favorite movies, “Groundhog Day” and explains why it’s so profound…. more...

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  Thursday, February 3, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02032005

Hour 1: The State of the Union Dennis analyzes what he calls a “masterful” speech. He recalls how people, several years ago, thought he was crazy to say that GW was a great president. more...

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  Friday, February 4, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02042005

Hour 1: Prager Gets Booed Dennis was repeatedly booed last night while participating in a panel discussion of a new documentary on the making of the porn film “Deep Throat.” The Leftists in the audience couldn’t deal with such challenging Pragerisms as “there is moral violence and immoral violence.” A Marine Commander has been excoriated for saying its fun to shoot murderous low-lifes i.

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  Monday, February 7, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02072005

Hour 1: Weekend in Review The various salutes to the military at the Super Bowl were the highlight of the afternoon… Last week’s election in Iraq has changed the mood of that nation from despair to hope… Another activist judge has undone the will of the voters re: same-sex marriage – this time in New York. Hour 2: Why Do Christians Support Israel? Denn.

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  Tuesday, February 8, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02082005

Hour 1: Why Men Earn More Guest: Warren Farrell, former board member of NOW and author of Why Men Earn More: The Startling Truth Behind the Pay Gap -- and What Women Can Do About It. Hour 2: How Can a Husband Address the Issue of His Wife’s Looks? This is one of the toughest questions a man faces. more...

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  Wednesday, February 9, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02092005

Hour 1: Hate America Professor Cheered Ward Churchill, a Hate America professor who wrote that 9/11 victims deserved their fate, is greeted with standing ovation by University of Colorado students. To think that this hate-monger is teaching at a state university is sad, but not surprising. more...

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  Thursday, February 10, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02102005

Hour 1: Blacks and Conspiracies A 13-year-old car thief was killed by a LA cop. A black spokesman tells the city council that the police are more dangerous than gangs. more...

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  Friday, February 11, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02112005

Hour 1: Here Comes My Dog In England, a woman is going to have her dog as her bride’s maid. Her minister said okay. more...

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  Monday, February 14, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02142005

Hour 1: Judging Valentine’s Day Guest: Alison Armstrong, co-founder of Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women seminars author of Keys to the Kingdom, and frequent Prager Show guest. Hour 2: Weekend in Review Are there gay penguins? Gay organizations in Germany seem to think so and they don’t like the idea of the zoo bringing in hot Swedish penguins to test.

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  Tuesday, February 15, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02152005

Hour 1: No Brain, No Pain New Norwegian study claims that lobsters don’t feel pain. PETA shrieks in outrage on lobsters’ behalf. more...

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  Wednesday, February 16, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02162005

Hour 1: Murder in Syria Rafik Hariri, former prime minister of Lebanon and a philanthropic billionaire, was murdered on Monday, probably by Syria. He agitated to get Syria out of Lebanon and paid the ultimate price. more...

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  Thursday, February 17, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02172005

Hour 1: God and Smoking A new study reveals that those who practice religion live longer than atheists. So, should schools start teaching that atheism is dangerous for your health just like they teach that smoking is dangerous to your health?... more...

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  Friday, February 18, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02182005

Hour 1: War on Truth at Harvard Lawrence Summers made remarks in which he suggested women and men have different brains and hence different desires. This sounds like a common sense, but not in the rarefied world of academia. more...

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  Monday, February 21, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02212005

Hour 1: President’s Day? Dennis rails against the most meaningless national holiday on the calendar. It’s meaningless because the day is supposed to celebrate George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, but fails miserably fails in that mission… GW is now in Europe “mending fences.” But who broke the fence. more...

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  Tuesday, February 22, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02222005

Hour 1: Liberals Guided by Feelings Dennis explains the Liberal/Left preoccupation with feelings over values. Hour 2: Why Are We More Conservative as We Get Older? The answer tells us a lot about the liberal/conservative divide. more...

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  Wednesday, February 23, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02232005

Hour 1: Gorilla Sexual Harassment In San Francisco, two women are suing the zoo because they were asked by their female boss to reveal their breasts to the zoo’s famous female gorilla, Koko… Australia is sending more troops to Iraq. They have been steadfast ally… The Kyoto treaty will cost trillions for virtually no gain… Now that Democrats have made Howard Dean their party leader, they.

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  Thursday, February 24, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02242005

Hour 1: Update from Iraq Ayad Rahim, freelance Iraqi-American journalist traveling in Iraq, checks in with the latest on-the-ground report from the Baghdad…. European media is the poison that is turning the Continent against the US, according to a new media study out of Germany... more...

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  Friday, February 25, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02252005

Hour 1: Twice Adopted Guest: Michael Reagan, prominent talk show host and author of Twice Adopted. Best of Prager Hour. more...

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  Monday, February 28, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 02282005

Hour 1: Chris Rock and the Double A’s He starts his monologue by telling his audience to “sit yo asses down.” Classless. Then, he bashes GW, but that’s de rigeur. more...

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  Tuesday, March 1, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03012005

Hour 1: Republicans are Evil That’s what Howard Dean believes. He said so at a rally in Kansas. more...

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  Wednesday, March 2, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03022005

Hour 1: No Death Penalty for Minors So says the Supreme Court by a vote of 5 to 4. Justice Kennedy justified his decision by pointing out that most countries don’t permit the execution of minors. more...

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  Thursday, March 3, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03032005

Hour 1: Rocky Mountain High Dennis reports on his speech last night at the University of Colorado, now known as the home of Hate America Professor, Ward Churchill. Unlike most conservatives, Dennis argues that Churchill should not be fired for his shameful positions. more...

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  Friday, March 4, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03042005

Hour 1: Too Young to Fry We have a moral obligation to keep monsters under the age of 18 alive. That’s what five justices on the Supreme Court have decided… Transgender bathrooms are the rage at college campuses… Pastor stands by BTK Killer. more...

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  Monday, March 7, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03072005

Hour 1: Weekend in Review An Italian journalist blames the US for the death of her bodyguard in Iraq. She was held as a hostage by terrorists who might have murdered her, but it’s all the US’s fault… The BTK killer is depressed, his lawyer says. more...

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  Tuesday, March 8, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03082005

Hour 1: Sexual Sin Boeing CEO Harry Stonecipher has been forced to resign because he was having an affair. Boeing is certainly within its legal rights, but is it morally correct to make this “sin” a firing offense? Hour 2: Bush Voters Want to Feel Superior So says Hate America professor, Andrew Hacker, Queens College, New York. more...

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  Wednesday, March 9, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03092005

Hour 1: Does God Belong in Public Schools? Guest: Kent Greenawalt, Columbia Law School Professor and author of Does God Belong in Public Schools? Also, Dennis praises the appointment of John Bolton as ambassador to the UN. That the LA Times hates the idea is reason enough to love it. more...

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  Thursday, March 10, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03102005

Hour 1: What Constitutes a Right-Winger? Dennis is often described as being “right wing.” It doesn’t take much to receive this appellation. All you have to do is believe is that marriage should be limited to a man and a woman. more...

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  Friday, March 11, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03112005

Hour 1: The Strategy behind the War on Terror Guest: George Friedman. Founder and chairman of Stratfor Forecasting and author of America's Secret War: Inside the Hidden Worldwide Struggle Between America and Its Enemies. more...

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  Monday, March 14, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03142005

Hour 1: Murder in Atlanta An alleged rapist “allegedly” murders four people in an Atlanta courthouse, including the judge of his case. There are many disturbing elements to this story – the distorted reporting, among them. more...

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  Tuesday, March 15, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03152005

Hour 1: Ponzi’s Scheme Guest: Mitchell Zuckoff, professor of Journalism of at Boston University and author of Ponzi's Scheme : The True Story of a Financial Legend. Hour 2: SF Judge: Same Sex Marriage Okay A judge in San Francisco declares that the there is “no rational” reason to prohibit same-sex marriage. more...

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  Wednesday, March 16, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03162005

Hour 1: Departing from American Values Dennis reads highlights from Dwight Eisenhower’s first inaugural speech. He spoke of good and evil, right and wrong, many of the same ideas GW speaks of now. more...

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  Thursday, March 17, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03172005

Hour 1: Newly Bi-Sexual Dennis talks to Anna Montrose, a Canadian student who wrote an article in her college newspaper describing her sexual transformation from rigid heterosexual to bi-sexual. Hour 2: The College Brainwash You work self to the bone to send your son or daughter to college only to have that college do everything possible to undo every.

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  Friday, March 18, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03182005

Hour 1: First Things Dennis talks about an article on the Terry Schiavo case from the First Things Journal, also discusses an article by Father John Neuhaus against the smoking ban in New York bars… Surprising many teachers, a new report shows that kids do better in single sex classrooms. Hour 2: Happiness Hour: People Need People Dennis discusses how.

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  Tuesday, March 22, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03222005

Guest Host: Mark Taylor.

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  Wednesday, March 23, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03232005

Guest Host: Mark Taylor.

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  Thursday, March 24, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03242005

Guest Host: Mark Taylor.

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  Friday, March 25, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03252005

Guest Host: Mark Taylor.

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  Monday, March 28, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03282005

Hour 1: Cruising the South Pacific Dennis talks about his recent week long listener cruise of the South Pacific. Hour 2: Rent an Expert Although Dennis is against removing Terri Schiavo's tube, he believes the law needs to be obeyed. more...

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  Tuesday, March 29, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03292005

Hour 1: Murder? Dennis deals with the issue of whether or not we should call what is happening to Terri Schiavo “murder.” Hour 2: Vile France Guest: Denis Boyles journalist and author of Vile France: Fear, Duplicity, Cowardice and Cheese Hour 3: Religion in Africa Dennis talks about the significance of the rise o.

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  Wednesday, March 30, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03302005

Hour 1: Conflicted Dennis is conflicted on whether the Terri Schiavo case should be considered “murder.” Hour 2: Talk Show Hosts Unite Guests: Michael Medved and Hugh Hewitt, both radio talk show hosts, weigh in on the Terri Schiavo case. Hour 3: Is Michael Schiavo an Adulterer? The debate over whether the Terri Sc.

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  Thursday, March 31, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03312005

Hour 1: Larger Issues Dennis deals with the larger issues brought up by the Schiavo case. Hour 2: Value of Human Life Dennis asks the listeners what they have learned from the Schiavo case… Also deals with the question “When does a human life cease to have value?” Hour 3: It’s not Murder Guest: Dr. more...

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  Friday, April 1, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04012005

Hour 1: The Pope Dennis talks about nature vs. nurture, mentions the book As Nature Made Him : The Boy Who Was Raised as a Girl… Dennis reflects on the Pope and the dignity he continues to exemplify… Dennis questions why liberals don’t protest the excess consumption of fuel caused by overheating of building during cold climate. more...

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  Monday, April 4, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04042005

Hour 1: Life and Death of Pope John Paul II Dennis reads the description of the last hours of the Pope’s life… Also, Dennis deals with the question of whether capital punishment upholds or diminishes the sanctity of life. Hour 2: Optimistic about Church Dennis asks people to call in and explain why they are or are not optimistic about the future of th.

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  Tuesday, April 5, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04052005

Hour 1: The Bible and Homosexuality Dennis addresses the controversy of same-sex marriage from a Biblical perspective. He offers an explanation as to why the Bible has so much to teach us on this complex issue. more...

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  Wednesday, April 6, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04062005

Hour 1: Florida Arms Its Citizens Florida legislature has passed a law allowing Floridians to defend themselves without having to flee their attackers first. Liberals are, of course, upset and predict the state will become one big OK Corral. more...

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  Thursday, April 7, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04072005

Hour 1: American Mania Guest: Peter Whybrow, Judson Braun Professor and executive chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and author of American Mania: When More Is Not Enough. Hour 2: Why Are So Many Paying Last Respects to the Pope? Over a million have viewed his body. more...

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  Friday, April 8, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04082005

Hour 1: Pope Laid to Rest Millions watched the funeral around the world… Dennis comments on the fact that there were no women involved in the ceremony. The involvement of women in the clergy of denominations of Protestantism and Judaism has been a very mixed bag. more...

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  Monday, April 11, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04112005

Hour 1: Pie in the Face Conservative commentator David Horowitz was “pied” last week -- a leftist student threw a pie in his face during a speech at Butler University in Indiana. Why don’t Leftist speakers like Noam Chomsky ever get such treatment? There is an answer and it’s a key to the Left/Right divide… There are riots in China against Japan because the Japanese continue to deny the.

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  Tuesday, April 12, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04122005

Hour 1: Do You Have to Go to a “Great” School to Succeed? Dennis goes through the Forbes 100 list of Wealthiest Americans to find out where they went to college. It turns out that a lot of them dropped out or didn’t even go. more...

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  Wednesday, April 13, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04132005

Hour 1: 2nd Anniversary of Victory It’s been two since the fall of Baghdad. Even Thomas Friedman, liberal foreign affairs columnist for NY Times, admits that we have achieved our major goals. more...

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  Thursday, April, 14, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04142005

Hour 1: All the Pope’s Men John L. Allen, Jr, Vatican analyst for CNN and National Public Radio and author of All the Pope's Men : The Inside Story of How the Vatican Really Thinks. more...

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  Friday, April 15, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04152005

Hour 1: It’s Tax Day Dennis offers eight reasons – moral and practical – why our current tax system is seriously flawed. Hour 2: The Happiness Hour: The Centrality of Relationships Recently Time Magazine did a cover story on The Science of Happiness. more...

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  Monday, April 18, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 04182005

Hour 1: Weekend in Review A 13-year-old kills an older boy at a baseball field with a bat. What punishment fits the crime? Also, feminists march to protest to the FDA’s partial lifting of the ban on silicone breast implants. more...

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