November 2003

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  Thursday, January 2, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01022003

Hour 1: Dangerous Year Ahead DP reads George Will’s column – We are facing a very dangerous year. N. more...

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  Friday, January 3, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01032003

Hour 1: The Question of Sin What is it? Is it healthy not to have any? Is it possible to teach moderation in vice. Or is the action inherently sinful. more...

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  Monday, January 6, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01062003

Hour 1: The Weekend in Review. 1. more...

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  Tuesday, January 7, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01072003

Hour 1: Mommy Guilt The former governor of MA, who had a baby while in office, admits that she made bad decisions because she was racked with maternal guilt. Is it possible for women to have it all, all the time? Woman from Minneapolis calls to say she has it all and then casually mentions that she has a full-time “nanny” who has her 1 ? year old from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm, the hours.

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  Wednesday, January 8, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01082003

Hour 1: DP takes serious issue with a new ruling that turns a male lover into a rapist in 90 seconds. DP talks to Professor Doug Beloof of Lewis and Clark Law School, a lawyer representing feminist organizations, who says that the very questionable "rape" in this case is as just as bad as forcible rape by a stranger. more...

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  Thursday, January 9, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01092003

Hour 1: Bush's New Tax Plan The Democrats argue that the President's tax cut plan only benefits "the rich." By the Democrats own logical, since "the rich" are a small number of people, the President's plan will not help the Republicans at the polls. This means the President is not thinking politically, but idealistically. more...

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  Friday, January 10, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01102003

Hour 1: Environmental Concerns Trump All DP reads from a UCLA Bruin editorial about Bush’s environmental “atrocities” like not cutting back on arsenic in water levels. It’s hard to imagine a better example to illustrate how students have no sense of proportion. more...

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  Monday, January 13, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01132003

Weekend in Review DP announces that he has just learned how to ride a bike… You can learn anything at anytime… 1. Illinois Governor Empties Death Row Courageous move? How could that be? He’s leaving in 2 days. more...

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  Tuesday, January 14, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01142003

Hour 1: DP reviews the seminar he gave over the weekend. Call 1-800-225-8584 to order the tape of that life enhancing lecture. more...

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  Wednesday, January 15, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01152003

Hour 1: The Seven Deadly Sins Reconsidered DP goes through Pope Gregory’s famous list and finds some changes he’d like to make. Hour 2: The Death Penalty A debate with Richard Deiter, Executive Director of the Death Penalty Information Center, about ex-Governor Ryan’s decision to reprieve all convicted murderers on death row in Illin.

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  Thursday, January 16, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01162003

Hour 1: Affirmative Action DP analyzes the President’s position on affirmative action. Hour 2: The roots of Anti-Americanism in the Arab World Guest: Barry Rubin, Director of the Global Research in International Affairs Center and Editor of the Middle East Review of International Affairs. more...

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  Friday, January 17, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01172003

From Disneyland California Adventure Hour 1: Moral Bumper Stickers Dennis wants to start a new movement – bumper stickers that defend the moral use of war. Hour 2: Happiness Hour: The three most powerful words you can say to someone, including your children. more...

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  Monday, January 20, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01202003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Anti-War Protestors Whine in Washington; Powell Supports Affirmative Action, Rice Doesn’t; Libya Takes Over UN Human Rights Commission; George Clooney Accuses Bush of Being a Mobster; S. Koreans Rally in Support of US; Florida Professor Sues TV Talent Show: Age Discrimination; California State Senator Wants Shaq Slapped.

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  Tuesday, January 21, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01212003

Hour 1: United States v. Europe In a secret ballot only three countries, none of them from Europe, vote against Libya chairing the UN Human Rights Commission. more...

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  Wednesday, January 22, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 01222003

Hour 1: Smoke-Free Beatles; Race-based Hillary: The Abby Road album cover has been altered – to get Paul’s cigarette out of the picture. Sen. more...

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  Friday, January 24, 2003 Best of Radio Show
Code: 01242003

Dennis Prager Best of Show Hour 1: Dennis interviews 3 female student peace activists who feel that there are always alternatives to violence (Dec 17/02). Hour 2: Happiness Hour: The problem of taking yourself too seriously (Aug 23/02). more...

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  Tuesday, February 4, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02042003

Hour 1 : Running for the Senate Following an item on The Drudge Report yesterday, DP discusses his views on running for the Senate. Callers weigh in – pro and con. more...

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  Wednesday, February 5, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02052003

Hour 1: The Case Against Iraq Using Colin Powell’s UN speech as a springboard, DP makes the case for going to war against Saddam Hussein. Hour 2: Guest: Mark LeVine, Professor of History, UC Irvine Professor LeVine sees a moral equivalency between the Israelis and the Palestinians. more...

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  Thursday, February 6, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02062003

Hour 1: The Hollywood Left and the Eastern European Right Dustin Hoffman is the latest Hollywood luminary to blast President Bush and his motives (“it’s all about oil”) for a possible attack on Iraq. The Vilnius Group, 10 Eastern European countries, issues a strong statement of support for the US and its Iraq position. more...

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  Friday, February 7, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02072003

Hour 1: Honor Killings Guest: Norma Khouri author of Honor Lost. Born and raised in Jordan, Ms. more...

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  Monday, February 10, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02102003

Hour 1: 1. Dennis talks about being honored by a Jewish Day School last night. more...

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  Tuesday, February 11, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02112003

Hour 1: The Pending War Is the pending war affecting your life? Dennis eases callers’ fears. And: if we attack Iraq, we will provoke an attack against us by terrorists? The answer is that they will attack us whenever they can. more...

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  Thursday, February 13, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02132003

Hour 1: Dealing with War Fears The dangers are real, but there is no need to panic... Dennis notes that Abraham Lincoln’s birthday was yesterday. more...

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  Friday, February 14, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02142003

Hour 1: Big Bang, Big Deal Scientists have new evidence for the Big Bang theory of the creation of the universe. Dennis explains that science may be able to tell how the Big Bang occurred, but never why. more...

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  Monday, February 17, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02172003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review: Dennis surveys the Anti-War protests across the globe. These are not really so much protests against the pending war as protests against the United States. more...

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  Tuesday, February 18, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02182003

Hour 1: Europe and Anti-Americanism How can the culturally inferior America lead the world? President Bush doesn’t know a Monet from a Manet and he speaks with confidence about good and evil. This drives the Europeans and, especially the French, nuts. more...

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  Wednesday, February 19, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02192003

Hour 1: Health Scares Dennis reviews some of the latest hysterical health scares – too much tuna causes brain damage in babies; too much exposure to artificial light causes breast cancer. Also, new study says that if you cut calories by 40%, you’ll live longer. more...

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  Thursday, February 20, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02202003

Hour 1: The Anniversary of the Death of Daniel Pearl Dennis remembers the murder of Wall Street Journal reporter, Daniel Pearl, a year ago. He interviews Judea and Ruth Pearl, Daniel’s parents and reads from Judea’s opinion piece in today’s Wall Street Journal. more...

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  Friday, February 21, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02212003

Hour 1: Defending America Dennis has been receiving a lot of emails asking him how to respond to the anti-war arguments. He asks listeners to call in, if they need to be armed. more...

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  Monday, February 24, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02242003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review 96 Killed in Rhode Island Club Blaze; Botched Transplant Kills Teenager; World Opinion Against Bush; Human Shields Deployed in Iraq; Health Scare of the Weekend: Coffee Kills Babies. Hour 2: North Korea: A Nation of Horrors Guest: Dr. more...

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  Tuesday, February 25, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02252003

Hour 1: Hollywood Attacks Bush Dennis deplores how Hollywood actors insult the president and denigrate the country – and do it, more often than not, when they are overseas. He reads comments George Clooney made in London, Jessica Lange in Spain and Edward Norton in Berlin Hour 2: Useful Idiots Guest: Mona Charen, columnist and author of.

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  Wednesday, February 26, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02262003

Hour 1: 1: Anti-Abortion Protestors Not Racketeers, Supreme Court Rules. Dennis talks to Tom Brejcha, the lawyer who argued the case in front of the Supreme Court on behalf of pro-life protestors. more...

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  Thursday, February 27, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 02272003

Hour 1: Report from London Leftist Guest: DD Guttenplan, the London correspondent of The Nation, the leading Leftist magazine in the US. He and Dennis debate Europe’s view of the pending war with Iraq. more...

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  Monday, March 3, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03032003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Al Qaeda Kingpin Nabbed. This proves we can pursue Al Qaeda and Saddam at same time; Turkey Refuses to Accept US Troops. more...

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  Tuesday, March 4, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03042003

Hour 1: PETA Sinks to New Low PETA’s new campaign, Holocaust on a Plate, compares the sufferings of victims of the Holocaust to chickens killed for food. Hour 2: The Best Way to Peace: War or More Inspections? Guest: Jonathan Schell, regular contributor to Harper’s, Foreign Affairs, and The Nation. more...

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  Wednesday, March 5, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03052003

Hour 1: Racial Hyper-sensitivity Dennis continues his discussion of the lawsuit against a Southwest Airlines stewardess from the last hour yesterday. To get passengers to take their seats so the flight could take off, she sang the ditty “eeny meeny miney mo, pick a seat we have to go.” Two black passengers were offended because the rhyme was once sung with a different ending that ma.

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  Thursday, March 6, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03062003

Hour 1: “Books Not Bombs” Dennis discusses the student walk out at campuses across the country, and specifically at UCLA. He reads quotes and plays clips from yesterday’s third hour to show how shallow and narcissistic these youthful protesters are. more...

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  Friday, March 7, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03072003

Hour 1: Appearance on CBS Evening News and more Dennis discusses his appearance on the CBS Evening News. He also draws attention to some funny and weird events that have happened over the past 24 hours – feminist scholars at the University of Michigan draw a dubious connection between the pending war in Iraq and the plight of Native American women; a Democratic congress woman favora.

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  Monday, March 10, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03102003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Dennis broadcasts from frigid Minnesota. Jimmy Carter in the New York Times on “Just Wars.” The former president gets it all wrong, per usual; Code Pink: Feminists Anti- War March in DC. more...

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  Tuesday, March 11, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03112003

Hour 1: UN Is Broken The pending war in Iraq has clarified many things. One of them is that the UN will not take up the fight against tyranny. more...

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  Wednesday, March 12, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03122003

Hour 1: What are your children hearing about the pending war in school? One mother from Cleveland calls to say that her 3rd grader was asked to write a protest letter to President Bush. A father from Encino, California says that his first grader has been indoctrinated. more...

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  Thursday, March 13, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03132003

Hour 1: The Pending War and Anti-Semitism Dennis asks callers if they are hearing people blame “the Jews” for the pending war in Iraq. He debunks the lie, in part by listing all the non-Jews from President Bush to George Will who support the war. more...

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  Monday, March 17, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03172003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review, Part I Is America right? That’s what the cover story in Newsweek doesn’t ask about our pending invasion of Iraq. But isn’t that the most important question? Hour 2: Weekend in Review, Part II American Human Shield Killed in Gaza by Israeli Bulldozer. more...

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  Tuesday, March 18, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03182003

Hour 1: High Noon President Bush gives Saddam and his sons 48 hours to get out of Baghdad. This is hardly the ultimatum of an imperial power. more...

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  Wednesday, March 19, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03192003

Hour 1: BBC Reporter Befuddled by America’s Faith Dennis reads from a BBC reporter’s story of his impression of Americans and their faith. In all his postings to various Western countries, this reporter has never encountered anything like it. more...

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  Thursday, March 20, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03202003

Hour 1: The War Begins As Operation Iraqi Freedom begins, Dennis explains why this is the most important event of his lifetime. The world will be shaped for good or ill by what happens in the next days, weeks and months. more...

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  Friday, March 21, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03212003

Hour 1: We’re Going after the Tyrant Coalition forces advance into Iraq. Dennis updates the news and then deconstructs the logic of anti-war protestors in San Francisco and elsewhere. more...

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  Monday, March 24, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03242003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Dennis reviews the Academy Awards. Hollywood does not cover itself in glory. more...

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  Tuesday, March 25, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03252003

Hour 1: War Progress Five days into the war and the New York Times is moaning that it’s not going as well as we were led to believe it would. Dennis asks where this idea came from; that victory would be instant and painfree. more...

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  Wednesday, March 26, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03262003

Hour 1: Rachel Corrie “Stupidity” Cartoon The U. of Maryland student newspaper, The Diamondback, published a cartoon that depicts Rachel Corrie, the peace activist who was run over by a bulldozer, as being stupid. more...

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  Thursday, March 27, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03272003

Hour 1: War Themes Dennis examines four aspects of the war: 1) How motives for going to war change during the war. 2) The moral bankruptcy of international organizations like Amnesty International and the Red Cross. more...

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  Friday, March 28, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03282003

Hour 1: The View from Paris Guest: Roland Marchal, Fellow of Center for Studies of International Relations in Paris. Hour 2: The Happiness Hour: God and Psychological Health Guest: Dr. more...

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  Monday, March 31, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 03312003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review We are in a new civil war, a war of ideas, a war between the Left and the rest of country. At a Columbia University “teach-in” a professor calls for the slaughter of American soldiers. more...

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  Tuesday, April 1, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04012003

Hour 1: Not Running Dennis announces his reasons for not running for the US Senate. Hour 2: Staying in Radio Dennis continues his explanations as to why he believes he can have more influence staying in radio than going to the US Senate. more...

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  Wednesday, April 2, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04022003

Hour 1: The Meaning of Passover Dennis explains why the Jewish holiday of Passover is not only critical to Jews, but to people of all faiths and even to people with none. Also: Abu Abbas, notorious Palestinian terrorist is arrested in Iraq where he’d taken refuge from the US, Italian and Israeli authorities. more...

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  Thursday, April 3, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04032003

Hour 1: America Spreads Goodness No one but America talks about using its strength and resources to spread goodness around the world. Saddam and the Arab world talk about power. more...

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  Monday, April 7, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04072003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review The War in Iraq and the War in the Media: CBC says Pro-American Rally in Toronto attended by “about 1000.” Toronto Globe Mail reports 8000. War in Iraq called “a Holocaust” in the Arab media. more...

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  Tuesday, April 8, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04082003

Hour 1: Gunther Grass Versus Dennis Prager The best known writer in Germany and Noble Prize winner, Gunther Grass, writes a column denouncing America as a moral failure. Coincidentally, Dennis has just published his syndicated column denouncing Germany as a moral failure. more...

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  Wednesday, April 9, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04092003

Hour 1: Is the World Better Off with or without Saddam? This is the question the Left refuses to answer. The left is obsessed with powerful versus the weak, rich versus poor… President Bush has shown unprecedented political courage… Coalition forces welcomed more and more as Iraqis sense that Saddam is really out of power. more...

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  Thursday, April 10, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04102003

Hour 1: Victory Iraq There are still battles to be fought and dangers to be overcome, but the taking of Baghdad and disintegration of Saddam’s government represents a major victory for the US and the Iraqis. Hour 2: Intellectual Onanism That’s how Dennis’s guest, Yale graduate student from David Goldenberg, described an anti-war for.

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  Friday, April 11, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04112003

Hour 1: An American Hero: from Burma to Brooklyn to Iraq The story of the Marine corporal who placed the American flag over the face of the Saddam statue in Baghdad: born in Burma, educated in Brooklyn, serving his country in Iraq. Also: Dennis talks about his root canal and salutes the profession of dentistry… Hour 2: The Happiness Hour: Takin.

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  Monday, April 14, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04142003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review 7 Pow’s Freed. Nobody held out much hope, so this was a very happy surprise; Iraqi National Museum Looted. more...

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  Tuesday, April 15, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04152003

Hour 1: How Media Has Covered the War Reading excerpts from a piece by military historian and columnist Victor Davis Hansen, Dennis deplores the way in which most of the media has covered the Coalition victory in Iraq. They have focused on the negative, i.e, looting and lawlessness, and ignored the brilliant military achievements. more...

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  Wednesday, April 16, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04162003

Hour 1: The Meaning of Passover Dennis explains why the Jewish holiday of Passover is not only critical to Jews, but to people of all faiths and even to people with none. Also: Abu Abbas, notorious Palestinian terrorist is arrested in Iraq where he’d taken refuge from the US, Italian and Israeli authorities. more...

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  Monday, April 21, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04212003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review The triple tragedy of Laci Peterson’s parents. Their daughter and unborn grandchild murdered by son-in-law. more...

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  Tuesday, April 22, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04222003

Hour 1: Don’t Look to Children for Wisdom Dennis takes issue with an opinion piece in the USA Today in which a father, and a liberal, urges us to listen to children and profit from their “wisdom.” Also: Religious conviction and the Left. Martin Luther King’s Christian faith was good, but George W. more...

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  Wednesday, April 23, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04232003

A Best of Dennis Prager Show Hour 1: North Korea: A Nation of Horrors Guest: Dr. Norbert Vollertsen, physician who lived in North Korea and saw the horrors of the Kim Il Jung regime – torture, famine, and Nazi-like political repression. more...

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  Thursday, April 24, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04242003

Hour 1: Senator Rick Santorum on Gays: Clarity and Cliches The junior senator from Pennsylvania has been blasted for comments he made in which he appeared to equate homosexual behavior with incest, adultery and bigamy. Unfortunately, Senator Santorum’s statements were not clear. more...

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  Friday, April 25, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04252003

Hour 1: Senator Rick Santorum on Gays: Clarity and Cliches The junior senator from Pennsylvania has been blasted for comments he made in which he appeared to equate homosexual behavior with incest, adultery and bigamy. Unfortunately, Senator Santorum’s statements were not clear. more...

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  Monday, April 28, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04282003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Charlton Heston resigns from the NRA. Dennis notes that Heston, a personal friend, has graced America and humanity with his presence. more...

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  Tuesday, April 29, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 04292003

Hour 1: SARS Scares School A school in Ohio closes down for a couple of days after some students return from a trip to Toronto. America, once the home of the brave, is becoming more and more the home of the fearful… and narcissistic. more...

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  Thursday, May 1, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 05012003

Hour 1: Supporting Families of Our Soldiers Dennis broadcasts from Oceanside, Califorina, home of Camp Pendleton to raise money to help the family of National Guard members and reservists who went to the Gulf to defend our freedom and bring it to Iraq. Also: Dennis comments on a very foolish piece in the Times of London written by America-hater novelist, Norman Mailer. more...

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  Monday, May 5, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 05052003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review In praise of Sense and Sensibility and movies about real emotions; Reflecting on a 50th birthday party he hosted for a friend, Dennis talks about how we will drop everything to go to a funeral, but not to a happy event. Bill Bennett has been falsely accused of being a hypocrite because he likes to gamble; The Alabama football coach has been fired because he.

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  Tuesday, May 6, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 05062003

Hour 1: Don’t Cross That Cross Dresser The Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transgender Caucus of the California Legislature has successfully spearheaded a bill, AB 196 which protects the rights of cross-dressers to wear whatever they want to their workplace without fear of being fired; or not being hired. Fines against employers who break the law can be as high as $150,000. more...

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  Wednesday, May 7, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 05072003

Hour 1: ACLU: Bring Down the Cross The 9th circuit court of appeals has ruled that a Christian cross on public lands violates the Establishment clause of the Constitution. What is the difference between the ACLU wanting to bring down Christian crosses in Ventura and the Mojave Desert and the Taliban pulling down an ancient Buddhist sculpture in Afghanistan? Hour 2.

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