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Fresh "Dennis." from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:40 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Dennis." from WTOP 24 Hour News

"About the stories and people that make a difference in how you live, presented by steam fitters local 6 O two. Here's Mary de pomp on the traffic center. All right, new crash in Maryland and Calvert county route four south that wardrobe police are saying watch for their direction happening there. Most roadways are pretty light on an early Sunday morning so things you find could be at speed. One of which would be the beltway if the crash was not limped off to the shoulder, but if you're on the interleaved towards 66 and the exiting four 66 exit 49 you'll see fire trucks and everybody, but they are off the road behind the Jersey wall at the work zone. So good on the people who were able to get over 66 our listener friend Dennis was traveling eastbound and he can confirm that the eastbound ramp to go westbound 50 fairfax, which was scheduled to be closed all weekend is in fact open. On the inner loop of the beltway you will find across the American legion bridge, the ramp that goes to the Clara Barton Parkway exit 41. That is closed and that is due to tree work probably till about 2 o'clock at least that's their schedule. We'll keep you posted if it changes. We're checking now 95 in Virginia running south a little bit of travel volume harbridge at the Aquaman and dumfries. No incidents have been reported all summertime volume easy pass express lanes are going northbound on an early Sunday morning, brought to you by silver diner, their blue plate special, you can get more for less, choose from over 30 lunch options, including the rib eye Asian rice bowl starting in 1199, only weekdays and only at silver diner married to pump at WTF E traffic. Now the forecast from storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts. Back temperatures in the low 80s today, but not as nice as yesterday, more clouds around some midday sunshine, maybe

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Suspect killed after trying to breach FBI field office

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Suspect killed after trying to breach FBI field office

"An armed man is dead after a standoff in Ohio I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Ohio State patrol spokesman lieutenant Nathan Dennis says an armed man who tried to breach the FBI's Cincinnati office was shot and killed by police after he fled the scene leading to an hour's long standoff The suspect then raised the firearm toward it all enforcement and that's when shots were fired at the suspect The suspect has been identified as 42 year old Ricky schiffer who may have had ties to far right extremist groups including the Proud Boys schiffer is believed to have been in Washington in

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When Women Think Men Are Like Them They're Wrong

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:01 min | 3 d ago

When Women Think Men Are Like Them They're Wrong

"Dennis and Julie were talking off the air about this subject. And it was when I talked about men, it was fairly revelatory to her. And she is exceedingly bright. But male nature is a learning curve. This is not an attack. It's not a defense. It is just a fact. If women think men are like them, they generally come to believe either my husband is a weirdo or I didn't know men until now. That's my theory, but you may have different response.

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What You Learn About the Opposite Sex

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

What You Learn About the Opposite Sex

"If you are a female, married to a male or a male married to a female. Or in a long-term relationship which I hope turns into marriage, in either case. Here's my question. What have you learned about the opposite sex? That you didn't know prior to your marriage or relationship. Not about your person, your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife. Not what have you learned about that person in the course of your marriage? What have you learned about that sex or gender as the left has redefined it?

Fight or Die

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Fight or Die

"I hope you will accept it for the truth that it is. You can't complain about the attack on this country from the left. What might end up immortal attack and either not fight or help the fighters. Okay? It's talk about moral failing. That's a moral failing. Either fight or help the fighters, PragerU is fighting, this is fundraising month help us. It's as simple as that. Most people don't. Great numbers do, but most people don't. I'm talking about most people who are worried silly about what is happening through our country.

The Left Has Ruined Professional Journalism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

The Left Has Ruined Professional Journalism

"What the left has done to the profession of journalism is exactly what the motto of The Washington Post owned by Jeff Bezos of Amazon. One reason I try to purchase anything over minimal amount of money from anywhere else on the Internet. It's nothing only reason. And what others to thrive and not just Amazon. Their motto is democracy dies in darkness. The darkness created by The Washington Post and the rest of the mainstream media. Is exactly what I fear will cause this death. That is in their motto.

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Power Corrupts, Absolute Power Corrupts, Absolutely

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Power Corrupts, Absolute Power Corrupts, Absolutely

"The attempt to undo the by the Trump presidency is what really is here. He had the audacity of winning. And the first president in our lifetime, no matter how old you are, to take on what I didn't know, I admit, I did not know there was a deep state. When I heard talk of it, I thought it was somewhat hysterical. And it exists. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely lord Acton said, I believe it was the 19th century.

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The Media's Double Standard of Outrage

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

The Media's Double Standard of Outrage

"You two imagine that Donald Trump had sent 40 or so FBI agents into Hillary Clinton's home, what the outrage would have been the country would have been obsessed. Obsessed with it. That's all that the mainstream media, whatever that means. Would be talking about we would be told that a tyrant was running the country, the threat to democracy in the United States that president Trump and body, which they said anyway. That's what the left does. They attack and attack and attack. So that it creates a. Shield. Over what they are doing.

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President Trump Speaks His Truth

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 sec | 4 d ago

President Trump Speaks His Truth

"Donald Trump issued a statement. I'd like to read it to you. These are dark times for our nation. That's my beautiful home Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida is currently under siege, raided and occupied by a large group of FBI agents. Nothing like this has ever happened to a president of the United States before. After working in cooperating with the relevant government agencies, this unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate. It is prosecutorial misconduct. The weaponization of the justice system and an attack by radical left Democrats who desperately don't want me to run for president in 2024, especially based on recent polls, and who will likewise do anything to stop Republicans and conservatives in the upcoming midterm elections. Such an assault can only take place in broken third world countries, sadly America has now become one of those countries, corrupt at a level not seen before.

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Liberty Isn't the Same As Freedom

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Liberty Isn't the Same As Freedom

"Freedom is the emblem of America. That's why the French gave America and not itself or any other country, the Statue of Liberty, liberty is the opposite of police state. Liberty is not the left wing value, just as truth is not. It is hard to know what a left wing value is. What are Bill Gates values? Or is he buying up so much farmland in America? And other land. What is he actually stand for?

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The Indefensible Nature of Left Wing Evil

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

The Indefensible Nature of Left Wing Evil

"I'm a personal note. What does all this do to me? The weaponization of the government by the left. The sheer destruction of our schools in California and elsewhere by the left. The corruption of medicine by the left, the imbecilic nature of universities, because of the left. It confirms that it sort of every generation, there arises an evil, and I don't know why. It just does. But there are some that are more indefensible than others. The indefensible nature of left wing evil in America is that they're doing it against the good society.

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California Is No Garden

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

California Is No Garden

"They'll be telegraph has a devastating piece, California is no Garden of Eden. It is now a woke basket case whose rich and poor are fleeing alike. That Nick Clegg has become the latest Facebook executive to announce he's fleeing Silicon Valley for Britain, where he will spend half his time, says a lot about California. Britain is on the brink of a deep and protracted recession. With inflation set to rise to 13%. And yet, for dick Clegg, who is the former head of the Labor Party, big Brit. Basket case Britain seems to be preferable to California.

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The Left's Love for Evil

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:03 min | 4 d ago

The Left's Love for Evil

"If you don't hate the left, again, not liberals. Liberals are naive, and naivete allows evil. They are not evil. If you don't hate evil, as the great book, the Bible puts it, those who love God, you, it's a command you must hate evil. There is a piece in The Daily Telegraph about what the left has done to the great state once great state of California. And I should read excerpts to you. I just want to note once again. The corruption involved in the raid, but the left has done to the FBI and the CIA and the DIA defense intelligence agency. Is what it is done to everything it touches it ruins it. I have to believe morality FBI among the regular rank and file FBI agents has to be low.

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"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

04:19 min | 4 d ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"That's fascinating. Yeah. See, again, this goes back to what we were talking about with hookup culture. They men, okay, maybe you in your day participated in the equivalent of the hookup culture now, but you always had an eye towards monogamy and marriage. You knew that was the end goal and that you could kind of get it out of your system for a few years. I don't think people men might know. They don't see. I don't think women your age do. No. So, you know, I'm lucky because my parents are delighted that I went to Harvard. You know, they definitely cared about college. But they also very much care about my getting married. So I sort of had those two priorities. You know your parents a lot better than I do. Yes. But. That is true. If they were posed my question as much as they were. They would say marriage. Exactly. They have their priorities. I have no doubt about that. They would, yes. They want both, which is fine. But I'm obviously giving juxtaposition. Right, but the problem is that many of my friends parents and many of the parents in our universe, they only tell their child to folks. By the way, I'll end with it's a very sensitive issue, but it's one that I do feel strongly about and almost nobody else does. Except within very religious circles. About keeping intercourse as a holy thing, even if you're secular. I don't, there's a lot of fun to be had in life. And yet have a cutoff point that you reserve for the serious relationship. Right. I think it's good for both sexes. Retweet. Remember I taught you that one? Retweet what I just said? Yes. I didn't tweet it to begin with. I can't retweet it. Fair enough. Yeah. You're testing me. I say that to my dad all the time I go retweet. What? What are you talking about this tweet thing? I'm with your father. It's a Gen Z thing. Oh, by the way, Sean, you didn't even have to tell me this. I just thought of it on my own. Julie Hartman dot com my website, Sean always has to remind me to tell you guys that. Julie dash Harper dot com, there's an email there that you can email me with thoughts, questions, and we get a lot of them and they're great. The email is Julie atch, Julie Hartman dot com, and we just made social media accounts. And although we do talk about obsessing do much about social media on this show, there's good social media and there's bad social media. Exactly. I do believe that following our stuff will fall into the category of good social media. So our Instagram account is at Dennis and Julie pod. That is also our Twitter account handle that's at Julie and Dennis. Oh God, I put my name first. What a. I predicted it. Yes, sir. Rick is giving me two thumbs up. Dad is before the show is that direct. You know, Julie wants to change the podcast name to Julie and Dennis, not Dennis and jewelry. And not only that with Julie much bigger type set. I can't believe I just did that, that just played right into your hands. Okay, it is Dennis and Julie pod, not Julie and Dennis pond. Hey, you know, it's kind of sexist. Why is the man's name first? Huh? That's completely sexist. I'm proud of him. Taking that one day, y'all. I'm proud of it. Dennis Julie pod on Twitter and Instagram. I have a good week, everybody. See you next time. I'll be there soon as in the flames. You got time you're only man babe. And everybody wants the same. Membership he's apply after free trial, cancel any time. Can I be real for a second? That goal you have to exercise and eat better? You really can do it. But nobody is gonna do it for you. And nobody has to, because you can do it. If you have the right tools and a community that cares about helping you get results. And that's us. Beach body. It's as convenient as your TV or laptop, but you need to decide that you're worth it. Let us help you succeed. Here's how. Go to beach body dot com to claim your free membership and start feeling great..

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"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

04:56 min | 4 d ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Yes. We touched on it a few episodes ago, but it's worth expanding. By the way, this is the joy of doing this with you. I don't remember any episode that I've done. I ask Alan, what did we do last week on the happiness hour? And then he has the list for the last 22 years. Well, even today I brought in well, I lost my copy. Unfortunately, but I was grabbing your genesis comments. Where would you have lost your car? I don't know. It's so sad. I have torn my heart at my horse. My horse, my house apart for it. And I can't find it. Did you take it out to arrest him? I mean, the only place I've taken it is here to read questions. It's very odd. Maybe a liberal. Yeah, maybe a liberal game into my house and stole it. If a liberal stole genesis I'm very happy. But you mark it up. That's what's so sad. I know. But you know what? Okay, sorry, buy a new copy and I reread it and I mark it up again. Big whoop? You know? I want to finish my point because I don't want to lead the viewers hanging. It's kind of odd when I was exactly. I'm sure it was. I was saying I was thinking on my run. Ha ha, this morning. I'm embarking on this big professional journey, hopefully I am on air for as long as you have been on air God willing. I thought, you know, am I going to change my views? Will I always be as conservative as I am now? In 20 years, am I going to rewatch these podcast tapes and think differently? And the answer is I'm certainly open to changing my mind and I'm sure like you on some things I will evolve. But I really don't doubt that the core of my beliefs are going to stay the same. It would shock me. I feel so solid. See, I'll tell you why. By the way, I want people to understand why it would shock me. So you came to these views because they make sense. Oh, exactly. So things don't stop making sense. You thought this was to them emotionally. Things that make sense one day are just not going to cease to make sense. That's right. And I mean, I love America so much. I'm never going to stop believing in and fighting for America. Certainly, you know, if America continues to go down the path that it is now, I may not be too happy with it. But the real America, I will never, ever falter from trying to protect and advocate for the American value system. Oh my gosh, yes. The most unique value system ever proposed. Sean whispered in my ear while he doesn't whisper in my ear. Sean yelled in my ear. Dennis, have your huge change in 40 years. Well, that was kind of what I was getting at with the question. No, well, that's very different than do I regret it? Fair enough. Yeah. I don't regret changing my mind on air. People actually respect that. But if one were to read, and I wrote 40 years ago, I wrote my first book more than 40 years ago, my early 20s. I would have had to change as a person or stop thinking clearly to have changed my views. My views are not ideological, they're logical. I love that line. That is so important. Because when people, you know, I'll have people at school and I think they have an impression of my views or my job is a 100% political or ideological. And I really don't view it that way. I just view my beliefs as the core of who I am and just my value system outside of the realm of the political. I apply these values to the realm of the political. It's not. That's right. Yeah. So a guy came over to me, I don't know, you'll know if you heard this story, but yes, I will. With my memory. I don't know if I've told it on the air. But three, four years ago, prior to lockdowns. I never say prior to COVID prior to lockdowns. At the Philadelphia airport, I remember where it was even. A guy comes over to me about, I'd say he's about 30 years old. And if I think a guy is handsome, he must be really handsome because most men don't think of other men about how they look. He was, he was my height, but certainly thinner. He was 6 four like I was, because I remember when I look at someone eye to eye, it's shocking. Yes. And good-looking and walks over to me goes, I just want to say how much I appreciate your.

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"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

04:42 min | 4 d ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"And this individual said to me, I thought it was fascinating. Well, Julie, you were born out of a surrogate. You know, why are you why are you against them overturning row? Because what they could do next is they could you were fourth overturning role. Oh, excuse me, yes. Why are you for them overturning row? This person's argument was that next they could try to outlaw surrogacy. And my response to them was, yeah, basically they were trying to say. I get it. It's a go on. And my response to them was actually I think that surrogacy is overwhelmingly a pro life thing because you're bringing into the world a life that wouldn't have existed. It really doesn't, to me, have anything to do or correlate with abortion because with abortion you're trying to end a life. With surrogacy, you're trying to bring one about that wouldn't have existed. What do you think about that? It's an odd argument. Why would they outlaw surrogacy? I mean, I didn't even know that they were states that did it. Right. What is their argument? I think it's similar to the organ donation argument that, you know, if you're using your body, if you're using your body to make money, it's inevitably coercive. If someone's poor and they sell their organ, it's you're really coercing them. You're telling your organ is different. Exactly. Right. And there's something beautiful about carrying a child. Anyway, I just wanted to hear a conservative take on abortion or excuse me, surrogacy. How could I be opposed to it? I mean, there are couples that can conceive without it. They won't have a child if they don't have a surrogate. Now, my first choice is adoption because the child's already there. Right. And I love non blood love. That's a big part of what makes me who I am. Because I relied mostly on non blood love for love and life. Well, that's what we talked about last time. I love that saying that you have when I said that someone is close like family and you said, actually, it would be better to say they're close like Friends. You know, if two sisters are closed, you can say they're close like Friends. Yes. Because not all families are close. Well, most families are not that close. Right. When that person made that argument to me about surrogacy, I thought it was fascinating because so many people on the left I actually was reading a study recently where they took ten or 20 liberals and put them in a room in ten and 20 conservatives and put them in a room and they told the liberals try to answer these questions like you are a conservative. Oh, that's great. That's great. To the conservatives. Try to answer these questions. And see how well they understood the other. Ready? What do you think the results were? Yeah, I know, I don't even think it. Yes. We know I always say that we know what they think they don't know what the liberals could not imitate conservatives. That's what they were like. I love the confederacy. You know, they wrote. And then of course, conservatives could irritate them. And I thought that was so interesting. Wait, was this really done? Yes, it was. I read so much, Dennis. I can't remember where it was, but I'll go home, find it in the next podcast all the time. I'll tell you who conducted the study and where it was. I love it. But oh no, it's fascinating. And I thought of that study when that person made the surrogacy argument because a it's so jumbled. Again, abortion and surrogacy, they don't have anything to do with one another, really. And B, and more importantly, liberal so reduce us into cartoon characters. They have no idea what we actually think. They somehow got, they somehow think, oh, you know, conservatives are anti abortion. So they must be pro only natural ways of bringing life into the world. That was essentially at the heart of that person's argument. They thought, oh, if you're against abortion, you should also be against surrogacy because technically surrogacy isn't natural. And again, it's just they reduce us into these bizarre cartoon character villains. Well, it's weird. It's worse, it's worse than that. For example, when it PragerU is attacked, which is frequent, the most common thing is oh, I know this. Yes. Well, what are you thinking? I am curious what you're thinking. They say, well, you're not a real university. No, no. Well, that's not a cartoonish..

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The Real Housewives Brain Conundrum

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:17 min | 4 d ago

The Real Housewives Brain Conundrum

"Watched one episode of Real Housewives. Oh, you did. Oh, I try everything. I even did, what is it called? Naked and alone, making. Oh, I don't know that one. Naked and afraid. Dennis, which at which franchise, which I know. I think it was Orange County. Oh my gosh. It's what popped up. The only time I watch TV and it's very rare then is in a hotel room. I find television. I've always said that. I don't really watch TV. The exception. I'm not condemning people who do. I think it's great to have some silly time consumer. We need that. But the problem for me, at least naked and scared, is that right, Sean, make it make it in the freight. Make it an afraid is interesting. How do people put up with being unclothed in the Guatemalan jungle? I mean, it's at least interesting. But the dialog on Real Housewives. I think I rather, I know, no, I don't think. I'd rather just be in a silent room and let my brain entertain me. Right.

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Vegetarian Food for Thought

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:16 min | 4 d ago

Vegetarian Food for Thought

"So I was, what was it? Oh, yes. It was in the day where you actually got meals on airplanes. Long lost an economy. Were they good? They weren't good, but they were a meal. I mean, which said something about the way they looked at clients, then their passengers. Better, more sensitive, we're happy to have you on board. Anyway, so the woman next to me, a middle aged woman, and I'm in my 20s, and she has a vegetarian meal. So look, I can't read while I'm eating. I might as well talk to her. So I say, look, I saw her meal. I got you vegetarian. She said yes. So I said, I'm just curious if you would like to tell me why are you a vegetarian? And she said, because I don't think people have the right to kill animals for food. And I respect that. I don't have an issue. But she didn't stop there. Oh. She changed my life. She said, who are we to say we're superior to animals? Oh, lord. More valuable than animals.

The Paradoxes of Young Women's Drug Use

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 4 d ago

The Paradoxes of Young Women's Drug Use

"It really is striking how much people I'm sorry to say. This bundle have sex with one another and call, I mean, they treat it like it's so meaningless. If it worked out, why are depression rates among young women, the highest ever recorded in American history? And what's fascinating about that? This is the puzzle that I set up for a lot of my friends. I go, we are the most not only the most privileged and advantaged generation in American history. We are the most privileged and advantaged generation in the history of the world. That's right. It's ever lived. We're also, we have unprecedented access to technology and capital where the wealthiest generation were the most and I know they love this one. We're the most racially and ethnically diverse generation in American history, we're the most educationally credentialed. And yet, we're the most medicated, were the most depressed. We seem to run towards things that deter social contact, like going on social media, drinking, using drugs. Masks. Masks. I mean, it's unbelievable. The paradox, by the way, one of the things and we talked about it before the show that I want to talk to you about is drug use. Specifically, weed. Another thing I really noticed in college, in addition to the hookup culture, is how weed has not taken the place of drinking, drinking is still very common, but it is really become heavily used alongside recreational drinking. You

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The End of Dating Isn't Here Yet

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:21 min | 4 d ago

The End of Dating Isn't Here Yet

"How are men now? Look, let me start by saying, I'm not a 100% against hookup culture. I'm a 100% against the way that it is manifested itself now where it's so prevalent and there's no monogamy. Okay, so let's say it wasn't that common and two people hooked up and it didn't work out and they moved on fine. But what happens now is that there's no dating at the end of the rainbow. So how are men now going to spend all of their teens and 20s just philandering and hooking up with random girls and then settle down in their 30s and become married and committed to a woman for the rest of their lives? That's what fixates me. You can't just turn the switch off once you've practiced that for decades. You can turn the switch off, so okay, so I'm happy to hear that. Since the point of the Tennyson truly podcast is true honesty about life. Vulnerability, our favorite word today. So I will tell you that you don't know this. I don't think anybody knows it, maybe my wife knows it. So I came to teammate late teenage hood and early 20s at the Pinnacle of feminism. When women at least at Columbia where I was, didn't shave. I mean, that's how radical. LA is right. More oil for me. But anyway, so I knew being always religiously oriented. I knew my ultimate aim is to marry be faithful and have children and be responsible for a family. The traditional middle class judeo Christian ideal. But since I didn't find somebody that and by the way, in retrospect, I totally understand why I didn't find somebody. I marched to the beat of a different drummer. I always did. The number of girls in my age who wanted to talk about good and evil on a date was not below monotheism, as you said on that one date. Exactly.

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Getting Married Isn't What You Think

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Getting Married Isn't What You Think

"I'm going to raise an issue that was raised privately between Julie and me and my wife. Speaking of vulnerable. This is a particular yes it is. But it transfixed me because I had never heard it. And I probably should have, but anyway, it is what it is. So you said we were talking as usual, about marriage. Since we do talk about other things, by the way, but then married. Then marriage. Then getting you married specifically. And by the way, I want to make something clear to all of you listening or watching. That it's not specific that I have a love for Julie's obvious. But I want every young person to get married. It's

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Don't Be Afraid to Be Vulnerable

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:57 sec | 4 d ago

Don't Be Afraid to Be Vulnerable

"I actually think that one of the biggest problems in my generation is that people are afraid to be vulnerable. We are sort of, we sort of have this idea that we have to be experts on everything and have formed opinions on everything. I even find this in political debates. Very few people have the strength of character to say that they don't know when they're asked about a subject or that they don't have an opinion on the subject because there's this left wing view that is taken hold and I've heard many leftists espouse it, that if you don't have an opinion on an issue, then you're ill informed. You're not doing your homework or is they like to say you're not doing the work to understand systemic racism, XYZ, all of the problems that exist in the world. So I think that, again, people adopt this idea that they have to be experts on everything and when you think that you are supposed to know everything, that squash is your ability to be vulnerable, I think.

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"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:56 min | Last month

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

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"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:32 min | Last month

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"About. You just told me about a book you're thinking of. Yes, what the left is done to my generation. I think it wouldn't hurt to begin with that story. Yes, you're right. That is a very good I mean, I could begin with so many. That's right. Stories would be very important. Perhaps for each, you know, maybe for the love and dating chapters to start with that story. Maybe. I start with a different story for each chapter. I think that thesis. Well, there's no love and no dating. That's the irony. Right. The thesis statement of the book actually, I'm inspired by what we discussed last week. Remember when you said to me that when you were growing up, you were taught to value God in country. And you said to me, what were you taught? And I was said I was taught to value myself. That, I think, is the root of so many of our problems. That, I mean, you've said many times Dennis that if there's been one thing that you've been arguing for the past, almost 40 years of radio, it's been that secularism or extreme secularism, has harmed our country. I think that that goes along perfectly with what has happened to my generation. Now we are taught to trust ourselves only. We don't rely on something like religion. We don't rely on the wisdom of our elders. And that makes for a sad and desiccating life because you can't, if you're just the arbiter of your own truth, if you are your own arbiter of right and wrong, you don't, you don't behave well. And you don't lead a happy life. So that's my thesis statement, I think, of the book. When you say and you're right, when I asked you, so what is your generation worth of value myself? So I started to smile. The reason for my smile was, I don't believe. I was told once in my life, value yourself. The it was not in the vocabulary of my parents. It was not in the vocabulary of my religious Jewish education. Not that there was ever a call to non value yourself, but the irony is the self esteem generation has less self esteem. Oh, totally. Totally. Less happiness than those of us who were taught in.

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06:04 min | Last month

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"That's a very interesting point. And I use the piano analogy if you're a great pianist. You still have to give your kid piano lessons. Right. Watching you play piano will not make them a great pianist. Right. So both, I would say are equally important. And that's where parents fail, they didn't speak about the good values that animated them. Macro or micro. That's right. Wow. See, for example, let's say, here's a perfect example. So let's say your dad and you periodically curse. Right? Use curse words, right? Four letter words is sometimes called. So you tell your kids, you know, you shouldn't use those words. And then in the car, some guy cuts you off and you utter an expletive. So you can say, look, I'm right when I tell you not to curse. But I'm a human, too. And so are you, and sometimes it will happen. Yes. It doesn't nullify the rule that I have taught you. Right. You have to say that. Otherwise, the silly kid will think, oh, what a hypocrite. That is exactly the right response, and I think that's a more powerful response than going, oh my God, I'm awful. I'm awful. I just cursed. I can't believe I did that. You have to, you have to provide the truly human response. Be real. Be real. And when someone is trying to teach a lesson, but they're not being real to use that example of the dad in the car condemning himself vociferously for cursing. It doesn't have the, it doesn't produce the result that you think it does. That's right. Being genuine and real makes so much more of an impression. Yes, it isn't an interesting that you have to practice to be real. You would think you have to practice to act, and fake. God, you're right. But oh. Oh, God. This is going to make an impact. Hotel, please. I could tell already because you understand the depth of what I just said. I worked very, very hard in the beginning of my speaking, to not sound like a speaker. That's not easy. No, it's not. The moment people get up in front of an audience or talking to a microphone, hi, everybody. It's a Dennis prager here, and it's great to be with you on another great day. It seems disingenuous. It is. It is. Right. And I. Look, you know me off the air. There is no difference in the way I speak. Is that correct? Oh, yes. That by that took effort. There's no difference in who you are in any kind of way. Right. That doesn't take effort. Right. But it took effort for me. Not to speak like a speaker. To speak totally normally, to a thousand people or on radio a million people as to one. And I tell that to everyone who goes into public life. Who cares to hear from me? You know, sometimes I think that people think it is a sign of weakness to admit that morality takes effort or authenticity takes effort. We have to acknowledge that it does. For instance, I know I said this, I think it was our last episode. I was coming home from Shabbat dinner and I almost turned left without the light because it was so late and I thought to myself there's no one here. I could just go through the light and I stopped myself because I really think that, you know, if I did it that time, I would get the idea that I could do it. So it was a good time. But I don't think that makes me a bad person to say that I was tempted to run the light. I don't think it makes me a bad person to say the other day. The opposite. Of course. It makes you a good person. It makes you a good person, for instance, the other day I had plans with a friend and I was really tired. I honestly, I love this friend, but I just didn't want to go. I was exhausted. And I start typing the message going, oh my gosh, I'm so sorry. My mom needs me to run. And then I thought, no, she doesn't. My mom doesn't need me to run an errand. That's a white lie. And even though it's not malicious, I have to practice being truthful at all times. And I am truthful. 99% of the time, the 1% is when an instance like that where I want to get out of something I don't want to hurt their feelings. That's right. You don't want to hurt their feelings. But you have to, you know, even in those small things you have to practice it because the small things inform the big things. I was also thinking of another thing when you said that. It's hard for me to think of a day that I don't do something I don't want to do. Really? Do things you want to do? No, no, no, no. It came out wrong if that's what you heard. Every single day I'm doing things I don't want to do. That makes a lot more sense. Okay, so I should have put it in the positive. Right. The kids should understand from the get go, whether you want to do something or not. Is usually irrelevant. The issue is, what should I do, not what do I want to do? But do you know beginning with my generation in the 60s? There was a common phrase from psychotherapists. All you should have no shoulds in your life..

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02:53 min | Last month

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"I'm all right today. You're gonna find a way hey everybody, it's Dennis and Julie Dennis prager and Julie Hartman. What the number is this? What do we have to already? 16, I believe. You're kidding me. Can you believe it? This is the 16th. 16 weeks. Is that that's four months? Well, I'll tell you. I would know this better than you for obvious reasons. It flies. Everything flies. I will be in radio 40 years. Next month. Wow. In August. Congratulations. Well, I didn't say it for that, but thank you. It is worthy of congratulations, but that's not why I said it. I said it because I can't believe it. I remember day one, like I remember last week's broadcast with you. Just it's just the nature of life. What was day one like? Oh. It's funny you should ask because I don't think I've ever described it in a nutshell. ABC radio in LA invited me to try out to be the host of a program without a priest minister and rabbi, which sounds obscure. It was actually one of the two or three most popular radio shows in all of Los Angeles, which is the home because people are in the car so much, the home of talk radio. So either she resigned or they got rid of the previous host, and my name was brought to the general manager by a woman who would hurt me speak. She was the head of the board of education of LA county or LA city, whatever it was. And he said, this is what I want. I want a young person who knows religion, but who is not a clergyman and knows how to speak. And she goes, my God, you just described this kid I just heard, this 33 year old kid. Named Dennis prager. Didn't know me, of course, from Adam. I will try him out. The program was from tenth to midnight. And incredibly huge audience, but that's a separate issue. And at 11 o'clock the talk radio general manager or not the general manager, the program director, slips me a note, tell them you'll be back next week. I remember you told me that you should have saved that note. No, it's probably the most important note.

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01:36 min | Last month

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"Recommend upside. Upside is an incredible app for anyone who buys gas groceries or dines out with every purchase you earn cash back thanks to upside. I use this, and I am actually quite amazed. It works, it's very easy. I'm saving every time I fill up my car, which by the way is a fortune. To get started download the free upside app in the App Store or Google Play. Use the promo code Dennis and Julie and get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Next claim an offer for whatever you're buying on upside, check in at the business pay as usual with a credit or debit card and get paid. In comparison to credit card rewards or loyalty programs, you can earn three times more cash back with upside. By the way, let me make a good line for upside. There's no downside to upside. You can cash out any time to your bank account, PayPal, or an E gift card for Amazon and other brands. Upside users are earning more than a $1 million a week every week. That's probably why they have a 4.8 star rating on the App Store. Download the free upside app and use the promo code Dennis and Julie to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. That's $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more using the promo code, Dennis and Julie. We should do this every podcast. We should do some, what did you call it before the show stumping each other or? Oh, that is a right. We should try to stump each other. I thought you were going to try to stump me with name pop music bands..

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03:44 min | 2 months ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"After your speech. Well, I know that we have gone a far away from the original question and I want to get back to it. But I do want to tell our listeners a really funny story about Sue that we talk about a lot because it's the name I call her and you call her the bombshell. I just think this is hilarious. So last year, when I worked for Dennis, I was on his show once a week, and otherwise I would just help you with your life. And one of the things that I would do was read Dennis email. And that is, boy, do you get a lot of emails and just as an aside, thank God you saw my original email a year and a half ago. That's another amazing thing. It's amazing. It really is because you are just flooded with them. Anyway, you know, occasionally Dennis will get a mean email from someone and I thought one of them was so funny because it was just this paragraph saying, Dennis prager, you bigot, you white supremacist, you this do that. And then at the end of it, the guy wrote. The only thing you have going for you is that blond bombshell Sue. Oh, is that where you come from? I got it from that. That's hilarious. It's funny, because the guy was just crucified. There is something positive about me. And there was something positive at the end. So now we jokingly, whenever I'm around, Sue, I go, hello, bombshell. Hello, buddy. Yes. Which that's the last thing she thinks she is, which is. I know. Drives me crazy. Well, she's beautiful and she's so smart. Well, you know my line, right? They comfort Dennis, and they stay for Sue. They come for you and they stay for Sue. That's what someone told you. Yeah, that's right. So I just exactly see you. That's right. Well, all right. So back to the debate. Yes, so oh yes, you were mentioned. The reason we got on through because you mentioned how I reacted to the people you brought. Yes. So yeah, that has not changed. And also one other thing so people should know this. So there's virtually no day at least from out of the house. At a restaurant or in an airport, that's people come over and say, can I get a selfie with you or just come over? And then I offer, would you like a selfie? And they always think they're bothering me. And I don't think they're bothering me. I just want to say that. You're truly honored by it. I am. That's right. It is an honor. Well, of course it is. Also remember they're asking it because of me, not because I'm a famous actor. Right. There's a very big difference. Yes. They're not asking it because I'm famous, although that's a factor I acknowledge, but that's not the primary reason. It's because I'm Dennis. Right. When you meet an actor, you don't know them from Adam. You know the roles they played, and that they're famous. Well, it speaks to your humility that you're so welcoming and also what I notice with you is you really ask questions of the people who come up to you. Again, growing up when I would see famous people is very transactional. You get a selfie and sometimes the famous person would be polite and think the person. But you, because of course, you're in the business of learning these things. I even noticed with my friends, you're asking them about their college experiences and their dating life and you really care about the person and you want to understand their life. There's a selfish component I just want you to know. The selfish component is. I really don't want to be speaking. I want to be. I am more interested in them than it would be at that time. I wonder, and I promise people we will get back to this debate we go off topic a lot, but I think that's what makes it.

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03:26 min | 2 months ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Hey everybody, Dennis prager here with Julie Hartman and it's the Dennis and Julie podcast. So I got to tell you folks and I hope people realize how here I am because it sounds sort of hack meat or cliched. I really look forward to this. Dennis, you stole my line. I was just about to say on the days when we don't do the podcast, I miss doing it. Do you have the same thing? Yes. And it's not like I don't have a chance to talk about it. I know. We talk almost every day on the phone, which is. No, no, I don't mean that we don't have a chance. I don't have a chance to talk to the public alive and do a show every day I do the PragerU podcast and speeches, but this is unique. We have something very special. And I won't get into that. But it is true. So hi, everybody. I was thinking about the theory that I now have. I always have theories. By the way, just side note, I always have side notes. You're going to get a big kick out of this. So I've always thought about life from the earliest memories that I have. And in my 20s, so many realizations about life just hit me. And I even wrote my first book then, and it's still in print. It's the most widely read English introduction to Judaism, so I've been thinking a long time. And I remember thinking when I hit my 30th birthday, I don't think these realizations about life are going to come quite as hard and fast as they have been in my 20s. Boy, were you wrong? Boy was I wrong exactly. So here's one of my latest. The most important question in life is there a God, because if there isn't, then this is all somewhat of a bad joke. It's over. Eternity and oblivion, et cetera. Second most important is are humans innately good. Because everything changes if you believe that they are. On the personal level on the philosophic level on the moral level, I think on every level. So you attended you were in the audience for my debate just this past week, which we're going to, by the way, we are going to put this up on the Internet. Just want you folks to know. As soon as they get ready technically with the with the video and it was about an hour and a half, it was pretty intense. And I know what I think, but it's not important. Well, it might be important. But I'm curious what you thought sitting in the audience so the debate was with a rabbi and to my surprise of an orthodox rabbi who said people are innately good, I don't think we're innately evil, but we're certainly not innately good,.

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04:02 min | 3 months ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Group. You're right that one of the principal features of the laugh is that they externalize things. The other day, I was walking down the street and I saw a car parked outside of one of the dorms, and there was this bumper sticker on it that said, fight racism, fight sexism, fight homophobia. And I thought that that was so interesting. Because again, it's externalizing things. The religious or conservative equivalent of that bumper sticker would be fight yourself. That's everything. In a nutshell, that's everything. See, on the left you feel moral by saying how crappy others are. In judeo Christian teaching, you know how crappy your nature is. It's a 100%, it's a 180° different. Yes. Yeah. Fight homophobia. Where exactly is the homophobia today? How can I, you know, I am still for the belief that marriage is between a man and a woman. But I am the my wife and I are godparents to a gay couple's children. In other words, if they die, we are their moral instructors. Now, why would a gay couple allow a guy who believes that marriage is male female and they're married to have me because they know they know there isn't an ounce of homophobia in me. I believe in an ideal I have a biblical belief the ideal is that man and a woman marry. So therefore what? That makes me homophobic. Yes, to the simpletons and every leftist is a simpleton. That makes you homophobic. You can't have a position with which they differ. So I'm curious if I say that it's ideal for a child to have a mother and father. Am I single parent phobic? I married a single mother. You become a simpleton the day you accept any leftist position. Well, it's so interesting because I actually had a conversation the other day with one of my roommates about the presence of racism. And I said she was talking about it's so funny because I hear a lot of people on this campus. They talk about the south like it's a foreign country or like we're in the Middle Ages or something. They love to make southern people southern conservatives conservatives, excuse me, and to caricatures. And we're having this debate and I said, you know, of course I think racism exists. Of course, I think homophobia exists. All these terrible things, of course I do. But we talk about them. Like they are everywhere. And I said to her, with all due respect, have you ever witnessed racism? Have you ever witnessed homophobia? And she said, well, there are all these people in the south that believe the blacks are inherently inferior. They gave. And I said to her again, have you personally encountered them in your 22 years of life? Have you encountered them? And that's the question that I go around and ask people whenever they bring up these things that they claim to be so prevalent. I bring it back to them and I go, okay, well, if it's so prevalent, please tell me an instance where you have seen this and they can never, ever, ever provide it. Was she white or black? She's white. So I have had this with black callers, all of my career, where somebody will call me, and say, Dennis, I'm black, and I want you to know, you know, you don't walk in our shoes. I don't walk in anybody else's shoes, so that doesn't mean anything. Oh man, I'm sorry. Keep hitting my bike or phone. And you don't realize Dennis that every day we experience racism..

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04:56 min | 4 months ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"If I were to ask him what is the safest thing if there is a fire in a school he would say closed doors. And I would, I would accept his expertise. If, but I will not ask him, is that what we should do? There, his answer is no more likely to be a good one, then the person you meet in the elevator. His expertise is fire. His expertise is not what should we do? What should we do? Is to be the is to be decided by the non fire experts. The people who live the consequences of his expertise. This, this separation between expertise and advice. Is never made. The assumption is, if you are an expert in an area, you know what we should do. That's not true. If you are an expert in building homes, I know nothing I Dennis know nothing about building homes. If you so do I go to an expert home builder and say, where should I live? Of course not. I decide where I should live, he decides how to build my house once I decide to build one. Does he decide how big my bedroom will be? No, I decide. He knows how to build bedrooms. I decide how big the bedroom should be. Not he. The colossal error that has cost us immeasurable damage. Asking expertise to decide how we should act. They know no better and probably worse. Their advice is likely to be worse than anybody else's because the fire chief only knows fire. He doesn't ask, gee, how many fires have occurred that have been fatal in American schools in the last half century? I don't know the answer, but it may well be zero. Maybe it's one, maybe two. I doubt it. So on the basis of the possibility of one kid being killed by a fire, millions have to be hot in the summer. That's stupid. Stupid. Experts generally give stupid advice, including the medical experts, and epidemiological experts, because they only know they have this narrow vision of what they know. That's it, and they think that tells them what should be done. It would be as if experts would say you can drown if you go scuba diving. Therefore we advise no one to go scuba diving. People do. People, people die when we increase the speed limit. For whatever reason we don't listen to the experts who tell us who tell us about the death rate when you raise the speed limit from 55 to 65. People who were to make these decisions will say it is a tragedy every death that will occur. But traffic must move. The cult of experts, it's a cult. It's a secular cult generally, although a lot of religious people have indistinguishable lives from secular people, indistinguishable thinking from secular people. I would say most religious people think like secular people. But a lot a lot don't. But most I think do. We saw that during the pandemic. Their fear, their irrational fear and obedience to irrationality was at least as great as secular people..

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03:04 min | 5 months ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Oh, you have no idea. Dennis, I am going to be replaying every word of this podcast episode tonight as I'm trying to fall asleep. I just totally go back and relive it. And why do we do that to ourselves? The podcast episode is recorded. The conversation's over, we should just move on, but no, you can't move on unless you've tortured yourself about it for two hours. You know, that is a perfect example. Because I won't be doing that when I go to bed. Oh, I know you won't. You have a great ability to zoom past it. Well, stay safe. Right. So I have a double advantage. My nature, and my sex. True, we as women, we really worry and ruminate and angst. We should take a page out of your guys's book. In that regard, you should. I wonder, but I don't know, is it influenceable? Can you undo that? I don't know the answer. I know, you know, my wonderful wife, Sue. You're very close to her. And so she has she's a female like you. So she has the same issue. So she solved it many, many years ago. Do you know that that's how she came to talk radio? It's a very interesting story. She didn't want to think about issues in problems all the time. So she decided with her intellectually vibrant brain to listen to talk radio. That's how she discovered B in Oklahoma of all places where she was living at the time, and she got hooked on talk radio, and it was, it had the benefit of intellectual stimulation and diversion from what was bugging her. So I don't know, maybe you should go to bed with talk radio in your ears. Well, I have to tell you the one the biggest thing that has helped my sleep and is hurt my sleep is doing this job. It has hurt my sleep in the sense of, I know that everything I'm saying is recorded and it's on the Internet forever and there are people on the Internet who probably call me a bigot and fat and ugly and God knows what. So that's sometimes keeps me up at night. But actually, I think it's done more to help my sleep because and this is something that we've talked about a lot Dennis. I was more miserable when I was silent about my beliefs. Than I am when I'm out and open about that. And I would have nights when I would lie there and I would go, this stuff is ridiculous. I need, you know, no one is standing up to this crap. And I would just lie awake at night and go, I see the world a bit differently than a lot of the people I'm surrounded with. And I feel very isolated because I constantly have to suppress it. And now that I've just been out in the open for better or for worse, my beliefs are out on the Internet. And that's been oddly liberating. It has helped me sleep.

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01:55 min | 7 months ago

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"I like to tell you about an interesting project. Well, I've worked on, but I'm now working on this. Many of you know, many of you have read my rational Bible. Genesis and exodus published already deuteronomy coming out this year. Later this year, but early this year, next month actually on March before I eastern Passover is my rational Passover Haggadah. And by fully understand that this may not immediately interest you like my rational Bible. So I know that this will appeal to you as much as my rational Bible, so we're doing something interesting with the publisher. We're shipping 50 free copies, as soon as published. To listeners who submit the most compelling reasons why they should receive a copy. You should explain why you would never normally buy such a book or might not buy such a book, but are willing to email comments to me after reading the book. It's not very long. Within a week of receiving the book. And as the book is short, won't be won't be a big issue. All requests should be sent to Dennis at Dennis prager dot com, put pass over book in the subject line. The reason that we're doing this is to read the comments that we think we will get. When people read it to show you how universally appealing the book is, the rational pass over I got them. It's orderable at Amazon. Majority of Democrats favor house arrest. For the unvaccinated..

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03:25 min | 10 months ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

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03:25 min | 10 months ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"I'm Dennis prager. The Dennis prager show. I Dennis pregnan here again with the message for anyone struggling with pain, of course, I want you to know about relief factor the 100% drug free supplement that tens of thousands are now taking every day. I take it every day. I like being out of pain. But I know you may be skeptical, I certainly was, then I kept hearing about all the people including my wife who will no longer in pain. So I decided to give it a try. In fact, listen to Janice's story. Bow skeptical at first, but because of the pain that I was having when I would substitute teach and have to climb stairs. So I have lower back, hip, and even knee pain. And after about three weeks, I found that I could climb stairs, pain free, but it wasn't only pain free. I could do it. Step over step without holding on the railing. I'm really happy. It makes me feel like I'm young again. That's relief factor dot com or call 805 183 84, 805 183 84. I just want to thank all of you who donated to the alliance defending freedom during fundraising month. If you have the final tallies by the way, can I see them? Did metaxas beat me? That's disgusting. There's very little justice in this world. Eric metaxas? Oh my, of all people. Very few people know this, but metaxas bribes people to donate to its causes, which is very strange because he might as well just give to the cause. Anyway, he's I love Eric. Eric and I are very close. I'm very happy for him and I'm very happy with what you folks have done. So it's a great organization. I want to just thank you that I'm asking you to send in. You certainly can, but I that's not why I am making this announcement. It's thank you for those who gave, and to instill a tiny bit of guilt in those of you who didn't. So here we go. Ivermectin, American journal of Therapeutics, July, August 2021. All these scientists reviewing meta analyses a systematic review, et cetera, conclusion. Well, data sources, we searched bibliographic databases up to April 25th, 2021. Two review authors sifted for studies extracted data and assessed risk of bias. Meta analyses were conducted and certainty of the evidence was assessed using the grade approach and additionally in trial, sequential analyses for mortality. 24 randomized controlled trials involved 3406 participants met review inclusion and now drum roll please. The conclusion that. The drummer has not been used in.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

"dennis." Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Good thanks so much for taking my call i have a question on dating advice I'm wondering so you know back when my parents were growing up on back my grandparents are growing up. You know. politics wasn't something that was maker break. You know people that were on opposite i- aisles Could dating other and get married and have awesome relationships and lifelong marriages now. It kind of seems like that becoming impossible. I'm wondering what your guys whose opinions are on that and If it's okay to draw hard line that you're not gonna date someone that's just not conservative anymore. Because everything is so polarizing. Thank you for the call. Livia appreciate it omlund. I might disagree on this. But maybe we're on the same page. I i am no. I don't think that people with such diametric values should be dating each other. I just don't think that it's going to work. Listen you can have different politics. Maybe your husband or your boyfriend wants some more taxes or maybe once more environmental regulations or something and you guys can get along with that okay. That's not the end of the world but if you guys have completely different values like let's say you're pro-life and then your boyfriend is pro choice that you should bring this up. The first date. He played like people are so against bringing up religion and politics first day. I am of the the fact that that's exactly. We should do like the first question walking to the date. Shake her hand or give them a hug and say what's your politics and then see what they say if they're strong about it they're brave people than that someone you can stay with their not. I don't know i agree with you. And i think dennis would say the same he says when you go on first date when you go on first dates you get into the deep question and i completely agree. Get that stuff out of the way. Dennis has a lot of sage words of advice. And you can listen to them at. You can donate to us to hear more from dennis and we will talk about that more when we get back from this break. During the movement that's disrupting to left monopoly. On education joint.

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