Monday, January 9, 2006 Radio Show
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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. Originally recorded on June 21, 2005.
Dennis saw the Spielberg movie this weekend. It held his interest as entertainment, but he disliked the mixture of fact and fiction. Oliver Stone did the same thing with JFK. Dennis also wonders what's wrong with revenge when revenge is justified. To the Left, of course, it never is.
Saddam's Terror Links
Dennis talks to Stephen Hayes, senior writer for The Weekly Standard, about new evidence linking Saddam with terrorists before the start of the Iraq war... Pope Benedict XVI condemns terrorism as a "moral perversion" and an out growth of "aberrant religious ideas."... The Alito hearings have begun. Kennedy and Schumer lecture the judge. If only he could really answer back... Denmark cartoonist lampoon Jesus and everyone yawns. They lampoon Mohammed and everyone screams.