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  Friday, January 20, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01202006

Hour 1: Osama Speaks He offers a truce and threatens us at the same time. In his statement he references a book by a radical leftist. more...

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  Thursday, January 19, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01192006

Hour 1: Men Okay with Punishment, Women Not Men like to see bad things happen to bad people. Women are much more reluctant to punish evil doers. more...

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  Wednesday, January 18, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01182006

Hour 1: Kidnapped Journalist Threatened in Iraq Jill Carroll�s terrorist kidnappers have given her hours to live if their demands are not met. Why would kidnappers murder the people who support them � international journalists? Also, the Supreme Court has upheld Oregon�s assisted suicide law. more...

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  Tuesday, January 17, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01172006

Hour 1: A Dangerous Loony in Iran The leader of Iran pushes ahead with his country�s nuclear weapons program while making dangerously loony statements about Israel, martyrdom and the messianic prophecies. Even ostrich-like Europe is worried� Also, a soldier writes in the New York Times that body armor is not a panacea for preventing combat deaths. more...

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  Monday, January 16, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01162006

Hour 1: Martin Luther King Day Dennis explains why ML King was a great man and his achievements were worthy of a national holiday. Hour 2: Young People Don�t Care about Race The obsession with racism is a fixation of the Baby Boomer generation, many of whom have never left the 60�s. more...

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  Friday, January 13, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01132006

Hour 1: Fairness not Justice The Alito hearings, like the Roberts hearings, were very clarifying. The Democrats are interested in fairness not in justice. more...

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  Thursday, January 12, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01122006

Guest Host: Eric Hogue.

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  Wednesday, January 11, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01112006

Hour 1: Chop Off the Hands of the Infidels Thats what a large crowd of pilgrims to the holiest site in Islam were shouting in unison this weekend. Then, they added a chorus of Death of America, Death to Israel to top it off. more...

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  Tuesday, January 10, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01102006

Hour 1: Judging Alito Dennis analyzes opening statements. He finds sharp philosophical differences between the Democrat and Republican senators The Democrats continue to live in the past, specifically in the 60s. more...

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  Monday, January 9, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01092006

Hour 1: Freaky Guest: Stephen Dubner, former writer and editor for the New York Times Magazine and co-author with economist Steven Levitt of Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. Best of Prager Hour. more...

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  Thursday, January 5, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01052006

Hour 1: Ariel Sharon Suffers Massive Stroke He is fighting for his life. But his political career, sadly, has certainly ended. more...

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  Wednesday, January 4, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01042006

Hour 1: Joy then Tragedy in W. Virginia Last night families of the miners trapped in a W. more...

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  Tuesday, January 3, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01032006

Hour 1: Zoos and Monasteries Peter Watson, English philosopher, ends his new book Ideas: A History of Thought and Invention, from Fire to Freud with the insight that scientists would better understand human beings by observing animals in the zoo than monks in a monastery. Dennis discusses the consequences of this kind of thinking Also, a LA Times editorial writer pens a fine piece on.

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  Monday, January 2, 2006 Radio Show
Code: 01022006

Hour 1: What Would Make Life Better in 2006? Dennis asks for practical suggestions. The only caveat is that it has to be non-political. more...

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