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As Europe faces 2nd wave of virus, tracing apps lack impact

Dennis Prager

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

As Europe faces 2nd wave of virus, tracing apps lack impact

"New covert cases were tattered is a big part of Europe's plan to beat the crow the virus outbreak. But as Jeremy House reports seven months into the pandemic virus cases are on the rise Once again, the apse have not been widely adopted due to privacy concerns, technical problems and lack of interest from the public. Britain, Portugal in Finland this month became the latest Wanna bail smartphone app. Sit alert people if they've been near someone who turned out to be infected so they can seek treatment or isolate. But a few countries have scrapped. They're tracing APS already, while others have found so few users of the technology is not very effective. Jeremy House

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Letter containing ricin sent to White House

The Dennis Prager Show

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Letter containing ricin sent to White House

"White House contained a deadly substance. Federal officials intercepted an envelope addressed to the White House that may have contained the poison. Rice in envelope was intercepted at a government facility that screens mail addressed to the White House and President Trump. A preliminary investigation indicates that tested positive for rice in a poison found naturally in castor beans, but the FBI says there is no threat to public safety. Meanwhile, federal investigators are tracking down the envelopes origin. Then who mailed it. Rhonda rocks to

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Kroger sued for allegedly firing workers who refused to wear rainbow symbol

The Dennis Prager Show

00:19 sec | 3 d ago

Kroger sued for allegedly firing workers who refused to wear rainbow symbol

"Kroger employees were fired for refusing to wear an apron that included a rainbow symbol and how federal employment watchdog has filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against the supermarket chain. Right, a lawsuit and Trudy record, both Christians said wearing the symbol Which promotes the radical homosexual agenda violates their religious beliefs.

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Dutch government unveils budget overshadowed by virus

Dennis Prager

00:17 sec | Last week

Dutch government unveils budget overshadowed by virus

"Plans to invest in protecting jobs and businesses during the Corona virus crisis, but is warning As it laid out. It's spending plans for the coming year that the Netherlands must brace for the harsh economic impact of the pandemic. The finance minister, calling it the greatest economic contractions since World War two.

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Iran executes wrestler whose case drew Trump's attention

The Dennis Prager Show

00:55 sec | Last week

Iran executes wrestler whose case drew Trump's attention

Consumer Prices Broadly Rebounded in August

Dennis Prager

00:16 sec | Last week

Consumer Prices Broadly Rebounded in August

"Consumer prices rose 4/10 percent of August as used car prices surged by the largest amount in 51 years. The Labor Department reports the August increase. In the consumer price index reflected some moderation following big gains of 6/10 percent in both June and July.

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Poll: Pandemic takes toll on mental health of young adults

Dennis Prager

00:43 sec | Last week

Poll: Pandemic takes toll on mental health of young adults

"Is saying the corona virus pandemic has taken a harsh toll on the middle health of young Americans. A new poll says the corona virus pandemic has taken a harsh toll on the mental health of young Americans. A majority of Americans ages, 18 to 34 say they have atleast sometimes felt isolated in the past month, compared with about 40% of older Americans. That's according to the latest covert response tracking study conducted by NRC at the University of Chicago, 25% of young adults who are going through life transitions like starting college and finding jobs rate their mental health as fair or poor, compared with just 13% of older. Walt. I'm Shelly

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Protesters gather at SF home of Nancy Pelosi, hang up hair curlers after salon visit

Dennis Prager

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Protesters gather at SF home of Nancy Pelosi, hang up hair curlers after salon visit

"Gather outside Nancy Pelosi's home and and blow dryers in trees and response towards San Francisco Salon visit More than a dozen women showed up outside Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco home with curlers in their hair and hung blow dryers in the trees outside to show their outrage over the House speaker's visit to a local salon and shops across the city and state was shut down because of the Corona virus pandemic. Pelosi, who was not wearing a mask was caught on video getting her hair done last Monday, even in salons across California are only allowed to do business outdoors. The speaker claim that she was set up by the salon's owner who allegedly told her she could have one customer at a time in the shop corresponded Bernie Bennett with that report.

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Trump Tells Agencies To End Trainings On 'White Privilege' And 'Critical Race Theory'

The Dennis Prager Show

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump Tells Agencies To End Trainings On 'White Privilege' And 'Critical Race Theory'

"Assaulting critical race theory training in federal agencies. White House officials called the training anti American propaganda the so called white privilege forums teach that the United States is an inherently racist or evil country. President says he has ordered to stop to executive branch agencies spending millions of taxpayer dollars to teach that virtually all white people contribute to racism. Such training has gone across a long list of federal agencies, including the FBI.

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Pelosi, Mnuchin informally agree on plan to avoid government shutdown

Dennis Prager

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pelosi, Mnuchin informally agree on plan to avoid government shutdown

"Congressional aides report. A deal has been reached between Democrats in Congress and the White House on moving forward with a bill to avert a government shutdown. It months in. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Trump administration have agreed to keep a stopgap government funding bill free of controversy or conflict. That's according to aides, who demanded anonymity who were briefed on the conversation between Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Both sides are trying to keep any possibility of a government shutdown off the table despite ongoing battles over a virus relief package and other spending priorities. The goal is to avert a shutdown at the end of September, which would bring unwanted tensions during the run up to the November election.

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Saudi Arabia Opens Airspace to Israeli Flights

Dennis Prager

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Saudi Arabia Opens Airspace to Israeli Flights

"Saudi Arabia changes its airspace regulations to permit Israeli flights to and from the United Arab Emirates, the latest from the media lines. Lawrence Rifkin. Despite the generalized language, Israel is officially upbeat about Saudi Arabia is new policy, opening its air space to all countries sending flights to or from the United Arab Emirates. The policy change follows an overflight on Monday by an El Al jet, bringing officials to Abu Dhabi to discuss normalization, something Riyadh will hold off. Until there is peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Although stated policy covers only flights to or from the Emirates officials in Israel Sieff has an opening too much shorter flights to the Far East, which until now took most commercial aircraft around Saudi Arabia or north of Syria, Iraq and Iran. I'm

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Hospital: Russia's Navalny still in coma but improving

Dennis Prager

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hospital: Russia's Navalny still in coma but improving

"A preliminary probe has been opened by Russian police into the circumstances of the sudden illness of opposition politician Alexey Navalny. President Putin's fiercest critic, fell into a coma last week following a suspected poisoning as pressure has grown from Western officials to investigate. The Siberian branch of Russia's Interior Ministry has announced that it is establishing a ll. The circumstances of the incident, authorities say, will conduct forensic studies and collect license that may have probative value. Navalny and opposition politician and corruption investigator fell ill on a flight back to Moscow from Siberia and was taken to a hospital in the Siberian city of Omsk. I'm Karen

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Republicans kick off convention focused on reelecting Trump

Dennis Prager

00:21 sec | Last month

Republicans kick off convention focused on reelecting Trump

"Party launched their 2020 convention officially nominating Donald Trump to take on Joe Biden this November. Night. One was themed land of Promise and featured speakers, including Senator Tim Scott, Congressman Steve Scalise, Jim Jordan and Donald Trump Jr. Tonight's event features first lady Melania Trump.

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Students demand tuition cuts as more colleges pivot to virtual learning

The Dennis Prager Show

00:22 sec | Last month

Students demand tuition cuts as more colleges pivot to virtual learning

"Are demanding tuition cuts as more universities pivotal in virtual learning. Well, son. Schools have offered 10% tuition discounts, which critics say is not nearly enough. Many colleges have refused to lower their fees. Students have circulated petitions demanding a reduction intuition, with more schools switching to online teaching or entirely abandoning plans to reopen their response to the Corona virus pandemic. This is

Why Jill Biden is confident her husband will win the election

Dennis Prager

00:30 sec | Last month

Why Jill Biden is confident her husband will win the election

"Used a primetime DNC speech to make the case for her husband's White House candidacy. In a speech from the Delaware High School, where she used to teach English, Jill Biden made a personal case for her husband and said America needs his leadership. He and Camilla Will work as hard as you do every day to make this nation better. After her speech, Joe Biden made a short appearance to thank his wife. He's scheduled to formally accept his party's nomination on Thursday night. Greg Clugston.

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Former FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Durham investigation

Dennis Prager

00:51 sec | Last month

Former FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Durham investigation

"Ah, former FBI lawyer plans to plead guilty to making a false statement in the first criminal case arising from US Attorney John Germs investigation into the probe of ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign. This news just crossing Out of AP Kevin Clients with is his name. That's the attorney being charged in federal court in Washington, is expected to plead guilty to one count of making a false statement. This is, according to The Associated Press, who spoke with his attorney just insure. Okay, So this is interesting. We did here last night from a G bar that some development would be happening today. He said it was an earth shattering. But it was something showing that there is progress being made in this investigation in this case by by

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Ex-F.B.I. Lawyer Expected to Plead Guilty in Review of Russia Inquiry

Dennis Prager

00:57 sec | Last month

Ex-F.B.I. Lawyer Expected to Plead Guilty in Review of Russia Inquiry

"Former FBI lawyer plans to plead guilty to making a false statement in the first criminal case arising from US Attorney John Germs investigation into the probe of ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign. This news just crossing Out of AP Kevin Clients with is his name. That's the attorney being charged in federal court in Washington, is expected to plead guilty to one count of making a false statement. This is, according to The Associated Press, who spoke with his attorney just insure. Okay, So this is interesting. We did here last night from a G bar that some development would be happening today. He said it was an earth shattering. But it was something showing that there is progress being made in this investigation in this case by by Durham. So again, we are hearing that one of the lawyers there that was then working for the FBI. Made false statements.

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Tropical Storm Josephine forms in Atlantic Ocean

Dennis Prager

00:16 sec | Last month

Tropical Storm Josephine forms in Atlantic Ocean

"Josephine is formed in the Atlantic Ocean making at the earliest. Jane named Storm in a record sitting hurricane season. The US National Hurricane Center in Miami's Josephine was located. 975 miles east southeast of the northern Leeward Islands.

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"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm a Prager 776 help! Our lines are working here because I don't see anything coming up, so I will just continue. I'm a happiness hour never happens. So I don't know if we have a breakdown of our system. This is the These are the two most important arrows for the phone line to work. But It's it is what it is right? Why would you want to live like that? Where you is. It's something that you felt as a child. When the people develop our Children transparent. So you have to really develop you say Yes. So you You have to develop. Being closed. It's it's a sort of a conscious decision. I mean, there may be Children. Where? Where? That's not true, but I don't know how that would be. This is a truly a significant subject. There is no gain in non transparency because It's sort of like, you know you're faking it. Really when you think about it..

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"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Prager here the happiness our and a lot of the things that I've talked about for years decades I think you realize they know or realize though it's about being in a bad mood with those you encounter especially those you live with as one of them being easy being grateful and of course one of my bottom line beliefs with nothing Sir rific loaf is terrific don't wait for great things to happen to be happy because bad things are inevitable so be thrilled if they haven't arrived yet number saying all these things all right Crown Point Indiana and bill hello bill yes hi I'm sorry you know the children of the whole of the murders had excuse questions politely and respectfully as possible because I I really am a fan of your show and again I'm not sure to be contentious here but if I have one criticism of it it's when you're having a bad day it depends to show I mean at least I can notice and ensure I'm never on the cutting edge of everything I'm ever the first to discover so I definitely want but my question is don't you think you should apply your happiest territory to the lectern you don't you feel that I'm asking this is respectfully if possible don't you feel you are jealous they're not to wear it on your sleeve and you're having a bad day well I I it's a very fair question I actually think about that a lot all I have it's a sort of a tight rope between being in my normal could boot and I'm blessed well I don't have it's not a big battle for me to be in a good mood thank I'm very lucky but it but the tight rope is the battle between that and being real I mean I can't see that I can't see my country dying economically and in tens of thousands of cases dying physically and then get on the air and be happy go lucky Dennis that people would think there's something wrong with me and they would be right I would be sort of mechanized so it is more important to me that you know I'm real then it is that I be cheerful on the air every moment but every most of the time hi I have a cheerful disposition even on the air and I have always among the people I live with but I want to be real I want if something disturbs me I want you to know what right it is very out of character for that's why it's so noticeable one that's right yes okay yes it's a very fair question you ask and I wrestled with that I really do somebody will be that they stop listening because they they they don't want to hear bad news I have I understand that I wrote them back I get it but that there's nothing I can do the whole tune in when there's Roman there's good news about it but it's sort of like saying you know I I opt out of the battle I'm battling you're listening is part of my ability to battle I don't have listeners I can't battle it's clear this is the these are moral questions that that's not a happiness question that's a moral question I tuned out to a to a large extent from what really depresses people I do not watch a TV news I do I do watch or listen to or or get the reports about what I said on these programs but the steady barrage of death tolls is is and and of course most channels just a steady barrage of hatred of the president is it is not good for my soul but I don't I don't tune out of the news I'm on top of that I read about it all all day so to be real and also to have a a to a cheerful disposition among the people you live certainly is very important but it is through life is a tight rope what is the famous Hebrew song the cashier with Saddam all of life is a narrow bridge.

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"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Prager here the happiness our and a lot of the things that I've talked about for years decades it is realized or realizable each not being in a bad mood with those you encounter especially those you live with as one of them being easy being grateful and of course one of my bottom line beliefs with nothing Sir rific loaf is terrific don't wait for great things to happen to be happy because bad things are inevitable so be thrilled but they haven't arrived yet number saying all these things all right Crown Point Indiana and bill hello bill yes hi there I'm sorry you know this whole time is there a hole in rehearsing and asking us questions politely and respectfully as possible because I I really am a fan of your show and again I'm not sure to be contentious here but if I have one criticism of its when you're having a bad day it it tends to show I mean at least I can notice and ensure I'm never on the cutting edge of everything I've ever the first to discover so I definitely want but my question is don't you think you should apply your happiest territory to the listen you don't you feel that I'm asking this as respectfully as possible don't you feel you are fearless fear not to wear on your sleeve and you're having a bad day well I I it's a very fair question I actually think about that a lot I have it's a sort of a tight rope the between being in my normal good boot and I'm blessed I don't have it's not a big battle for me to be in a good mood thank I'm very lucky but it but the tight rope is the battle between that and being real I mean I can't see that I can't see my country dying economically and in tens of thousands of cases dying physically and then get on the air and be happy go lucky Dennis people would think there's something wrong with me and they would be right I would be sort of mechanized so it is more important to me that you know I'm real then it is that I be cheerful on the air every moment but every most of the time I I have a cheerful disposition even on the air and I haven't always among the people I live with what are I want to be real I want if something disturbs me I want you to know what right it is very out of character for that's why it's so noticeable one that's right yes okay yes it's a very fair question you ask and I wrestled with that I really do somebody Roby that they stop listening because they they they don't want to hear bad news I have I understand that I wrote them back I get it that that there's nothing I can do you know tune in when there's Roman there's good news but it but it's sort of like saying you know I I opt out of the battle I'm battling you're listening is part of my ability to battle I don't have listeners I can't battle it's clear at issue the these are moral questions that that's not a happiness question that's a moral question I tune out to a to a large extent from what really depresses people I do not watch a TV news I do I do watch or listen to or or get the reports about what I said on these programs but the steady barrage of death tolls is is and of course on most channels just a steady barrage of hatred of the president is it is not good for my soul but I don't I don't tune out of the news I'm on top of that I read about it all all day so to be real and also to have a a cheerful disposition among the people you live certainly is very important but it is through life is a tight rope what is the famous Hebrew song the cashier with Saddam all of life is a narrow.

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"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:32 min | 6 months ago

"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Prager here wonderful to be with you I wish the circumstances were normal isn't it amazing when you think about it how much everyone of us will appreciate going to a store going to a restaurant going to friends houses going to a theater flying through a relative think about that the things that we took for granted all right all right this was so awful because it sounds so self referential but if if you've listened to me at all you know I walked around in a perpetual state of gratitude and I because I know how everything can be lost overnight I just know what I don't feel it I don't suspect it'll happen walkaround pessimistic I simply know the fragility of civilization that's why when the civilizations are battered from within as ours has been and will continue to be I worry because I know how everything can change in such a fast it's such a small period of time that's the realization deep in my soul and my consciousness that is why we have the model with the show if nothing's horrific life is terrific now you realize how accurate that is well does this qualify as horrific obviously for for those suffering it it it is horrific the level of meaning those suffering from the coronavirus most people suffering from the coronavirus don't even know that they have it so they're not suffering I mean obviously those there are who are terribly suffering but I am actually referring to the many many millions who are suffering economically that's a very serious form of suffering the dismissal of this as all Republicans only care about the stock market means that they don't care about the average guy who whose restaurant is closed the average waiter I don't know anybody who is preoccupied with the suffering the economic suffering who's thinking about their stocks only or or even their stocks at all we're thinking about the small businesses the V. not only the heart and soul of the economy they are the heart and soul of America the entrepreneur the man or woman who starts a business puts their life into it and then out of nowhere well no not really out of China comes this virus is the world's response India one point two billion people I believe is being shut down for three weeks or a month which one is a three weeks let's say do you know what suffering these PPL the there are so many people in India hundreds of millions who were on the brink of abject poverty to begin with but they will be paid everything I don't know what they'll do it's a very very real question it's a moral dilemma it is not the Andrew Cuomo belief that if we save one life it is all worth it he said something analogous I should have more of the time you so much reading by the way you really should all of get money read my column suggestions for this difficult time I should go through those suggestions to make it an easier time for you I will I will I'll I'll pull up the article I've never fixed factor things to bring to your attention V. Israel equivalent of The New York Times is Haaretz Haaretz is a left wing prestigious paper like The New York Times is a left wing prestigious paper so I just want you to know where the source is this is the headline right all right I couldn't believe it that this would be they hate Donald Trump they hate Benjamin Netanyahu and here's the title trump is right about the coronavirus the WHL is wrong says Israeli expert we catch that article the astonishing trump is right who is wrong who's on first it is about Dr Dani yeah I mean there Dr Dani I mean they will counter the first real epidemiological crisis while doing postdoctoral work at the center of infectious disease modeling and analysis at Yale university's school of public health all right so those of the your credentials of Dr yeah I mean yeah I mean currently heads the laboratory for epistemic modeling and analysis at Tel Aviv university's engineering faculty his primary field of work is development of models for the spread of infectious diseases with an emphasis on viruses responsible for respiratory ailments such as flu and R. S. V. respiratory Singkil Singkil I'll virus which causes bronchitis is actually somewhat optimistic about the model he has developed for the spread of the corona virus which is also a respiratory disease with the majority of viruses if you're infected this is him speaking and you have recovered you won't be re infected because of immunological memory and if you are infected again the symptoms will be less acute the second time the exception to the rule is influenza the regular fluid if you will it's mutation frequency is so high but you can be affected by it year after year last year alone the flu underwent seventeen mutations I continue now with his what with the the report now listen to this are you bold what I read to you I might underline on rare occasions for truly truly important ports hi Michael Dr yeah I mean the actual number of people who are sick with the virus in South Korea is at least double what's being reported so the chance of dying is at least twice as low standing out about point four five percent very far from the world health organization's global mortality figure of three point four percent and that's already a reason for cautious optimism less than half of one percent is the mortality rate according to this epidemiological J. L. postdoctoral Tel Aviv University scholar remember what I said the very few in the very beginning W. H. O. should stand for world hysterical organization we are a country this is a young man speaking we are a country is an Israeli we are a country of nine million citizens so the worst case scenario we are talking about four and a half million Israelis who will become ill with the coronavirus multiply four point five million by two point three percent and you get thirteen thousand Israelis who are liable to die from the disease by comparison seven hundred to twenty five hundred Israelis die every year of complications from all the respiratory ailments just respiratory ailments then he was asked but German chancellor Angela Merkel talked about a rate of infection of seventy percent in Germany I'll give you his answer when he comes back.

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"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:05 min | 6 months ago

"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Everybody Dennis Prager the happiness our and now I am policy question when things get back to normal and they will will how long will people be grateful and my theory is a week and of course you should be grateful for your help all of your life and I am it's a big part of my happiness hi I wonder how you have a sense of all of the look that I have and and the same look that you have lucky to be an American lucky to be free lucky to be basically safe what he'd have supermarkets lovely to have free religion it's the freedom of religion I mean it is it is an astonishing thing that's the biggest difference between the left and the right as I said earlier it's really important the left people on the left walk around thinking how much better things can be and people on the right walk around thinking how much worse things could be right is it wasn't that there was we have what it is that the famous thing Ted Kennedy said about his brother some people you know think what the can you find that we've played that on occasion famous Robert Kennedy quote about the thinking about you know what's possible in I'm amazed at what we have achieved I don't dream about the have utopian dreams I do well I I mean I literally put figuratively speaking I do have nightmares how easily a society can lose all of its liberty and all of its affluence and so on so it's a big it's a big issue and I'm using this period with the coronavirus as an example Jan the in Columbus Ohio hi Jen good yeah I wanted to comment a woman earlier had a bad experience with the grocery today and I've gone to the grocery late morning today and my experience was very different I'm pretty grateful as as life goes on but I noticed people who said hello to me that never kill there is just a patient like when people were standing in the aisles there were so many more people than normal for that kind of day after surgery and forming a line to pay people were actually having conversations and it was very supportive so I don't know maybe I can tap into it there was a freak thing or something where is the where the cleaning the shelves out or buying regular amounts that they work on the people's hearts were overflowing I want mine wasn't but the tears were overflowing there was no more toilet paper and and you know it's so funny this one older couple looking at that one with the toilet paper nice is mild I said yeah they obviously don't stop that so they you know probably the feeling that way but just overall I just think people hopefully can be kinder and I think that's what we need right now yeah I'm not as optimistic as you about that but look at what is it that my famous line that I was given many years ago because I was told by a clerk when he asked whether his item will be the ready in this you know in in six months committed be any sooner is there any hope that I'll get it sooner the clerk said Sir there's always hope there's no chance some men see things as they are and say why I dream things that never were and say.

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"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:16 min | 8 months ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Get a signed copy of features the Prager store we're also audio versions and now there is a big print version soon there will be a smoke smoke signal version of it then the it's narrated by Tom parks a bunny I personally picked to with to do what and they have been part of my life's mission to get an autographed copy of the rational Bible or the audio books to interpret your store dot com I just want to read to you for just a moment I want to read to you the two reviews from Amazon one one just appeared January thirtieth let's last week I have long considered myself an agnostic but the arguments put forth by Prager or slowly causing me to rethink my opinion I highly recommend this series of books and look forward to reading them all this is the most important stuff I've written and I think I've written a lot of important stuff hopefully here's one from a reader in the Germany comment was on this book has got the potential to change your life for the better the rational Bible to Prager store and of course on Amazon but the autograph copies or to Prager store well back to my wonderful cast Kristen take are you what fox are you officially a fox received a frequent guest I'm a frequent gap no not at all and what is this young the this group that I mention you of the young Americans for liberty tell me about that sure so we are basically educating young people on the constitution and the principles of liberty and capitalism and then we are deploying those young people to help out on down ballot here beams down about candidates with their campaigns are hoping number door knocking and other logistics so we are educating young people are not deploying them across the country to basically help keep ready of bees they read that I write about in the book you know you are an example of something that has happened in the last decade or so I thought I might mention frequently now just as it's happened to the Republican Party I used to say a frequently that this is a civil war in America but only one side is fighting your an example of a in your case obviously younger your example of the fighting that we are doing now am I I have the sense that they're shocked I think the left the shocked that we have so mobilized opposition to them you have any thoughts on that thank you thank you for what Dennis you know I've noticed something very interesting happening over the last few years among people in their twenties and my generation which is that they get out of college they think they're super liberal at last playing they say they hate capitalism a love but she was and then they get out into the world they get their first job they received their first paycheck they say Hey wait a minute why is thirty percent of the money that I just worked very hard to earn going to the government and all of a sudden everything Shep and ask my generation gap in the works for an increasing number of them are coming around to the idea of capitalism and are starting to question big government and yes Bernie Sanders and these other progressive more promising free everything are doing well with young people but I really believe that the young people who are attracted to the candidates are mostly still in college but not really in the workplace yeah so I hope that my generation will come around to the idea of the free market capitalism and small government and at the same time mobilized to fight back against the last plane that you're talking about were you raised in a conservative full I wouldn't worry as I mentioned in the last segment away up in New Hampshire my dad basically lives off the great up there hate the government really instilled the values of hard work into me and my brother and yeah that's how we grew up in a very young age we were taught about personal responsibility and other values that really make out the fundamental building blocks of conservatism so for me it was a very ideology to gravitate towards why did you move to Texas well we are dealing with the immigration problem down here and out of college I got a job working for Breitbart reporting on immigration issues so I knew down here having never been to taxpayers when you grow up in the northeast immigration to feel like a very far away motivation doesn't really impact you personally and then when you come down here it is in your face every day you see the first hand impact of immigration so that was a crazy experience for me but I am a converted Pakistan I love it down here and probably won't be leaving anytime soon because tactics earlier god country which city do you live in I thank you which is that what a great people I have absolutely building we have a great economy it's for quality right yeah it's like we were talking about like my book we get so many Californians here you stand in your Kurt people from Illinois they come down here you are bearing Houston is about as social that you can get over after Turner if you can and I think he's doing in you that you are needing it some don't it's unbelievable it is unbelievable the book is the liberal invasion of red state America the at the end of the last segment you were mentioning that governor Abbott has in fact said things like I suggested so tell me about that yeah and we actually have more job openings than workers to fill that need service state actually have programs in place actively recruit workers from out of state so so at the same time that we're doing that officials in the state like Greg Abbott have been very conscious about the fall of bringing out a figure and and then hopping politics yeah he and others who are in the state government have made an effort to tweak and.

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"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:23 min | 8 months ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Prager show on a sixty eight AM the answer you can't spend five minutes listening to a politician on the left and not hear about how the rich must pay their fair share what is fair share what does the word fair even me social commentator Daniel Hannan as a brilliant answer in the new video for for university cedar Prager you thought com where we see what is hi everybody Dennis Prager here you know I got a lot of challenges today and more coming up which is good it's a very good thing it'll tell you why first of all it's important for you to hear people tell me it's very important but secondly it's because they know I will not mistreat them what do you use them or yell at them and that's important too okay so here's a challenge and I accept the totally in Pittsburgh thank you for calling I wonder why you have to talk about transaction people and mail menstruation every single day we'll talk about it every day but I do talk about it all from and sold or just want to make clear you exaggerated but like to talk about it often and I will tell you why think that the assault on the distinction between male and female that the left is engaged in is the most dangerous thing in my lifetime in the United States okay but it seems to be antithetical reputable few conservative ideals I mean shouldn't people be allowed just let live our lives without you and have you ever heard of it thank you have you ever heard me ever even that they should not be allowed to be transgender now what is the question here is your question you said shouldn't they be allowed I said of course we should not allowed it is so typical of you to go against your own ideals you know and this is the tragedy this is the tragedy I try to have a dialogue can you can't think straight what are you talking about I answered you are who you are let me talk and then I'll let you talk hi what ideals of my going against when I you can knowledge that ideal like what like everyone should be able to live their lives what's so why ask you when if I ever said that they should not be allowed to be trans gender I never said that you said that yes you did you kill Shea you thought I went against my ideals okay I give up on you I give up folks do you know what frustrates me it never frustrates me with people differ with me it frustrates me when simple logic it is not followed I don't like I I don't know what to do I violate my ideals by not allowing them to be transgender or saying they shouldn't be allowed but I said I never said that he said so who said you ever said that am I right I was done twice that's why give up okay let's go to shouldn't in Cleveland high hi thank you for taking my call you mentioned a couple of times things are not in danger this new things I think that are important Warner there you know David technically did not commit adultery because you know the soldiers before they went to battle had to give the political worse to their wives the chase they wouldn't come back so that he could remarry and the second thing is you right here yes you were sent to the battle of front line and he did get killed he was rebellious against king David and so he did get sent to the barely was still that the main points there are one and each year here's the prophet Samuel journal change each and there there's about these things this means that god didn't just let it go you know only say never said a call to let it go I said god used a major center much worse than king of them came from president trump and that that that so so one should so clearly god knows that leadership and character flaws are not mutually exclusive well what are my point here is that when that was my point was approach is my point invalid throw your point is very valid no I'm saying that when king David was mentioned that was was told about that by profit sandalwood you surveillance I have since he recognized right think their weight should be inflicted on the right so president president trump believes he said in his affairs yeah I know I'm not I I I agree with you a hundred percent that it's much more important what a person does and what they say but I just think this blast towards about drugs god you know questioning David about our troops you know the profit Samuel and David retention right right up on important point that didn't come out I just okay that's fair Arnold and the point is often made and that's fine but it doesn't as you pointed out I asked he doesn't negate might point them it doesn't god uses sinners because saying personal sin and leadership ability is not the same are not mutually exclusive let's see how the left reacts when they finally confront the affairs that Martin Luther king had considerably more extensive than that of of president trump and that is his biographer wrote about this this is not this is not right wing stuff it was it was just published this year some some very serious stuff and it was published by some of the like Ralph album out Ralph Abernathy who work with him then it doesn't deny for me the great role that Martin Luther king played in American life but they're not the the lack of a talk about character issues but with regard to Martin Luther king because he was black and because he was liberal so with it is quite the living in a dishonest world this honesty comes overwhelmingly from the left I know the pre occupied the president told sixteen thousand lawyers I mean the fact that people believe that a couple of emails about this full sixteen thousand line possible to tell sixteen thousand one it's yeah I love by the way that's just in the last three years that's five thousand lives a year there are three hundred sixty five days a year all of the figure that out was at fifty laws today for.

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06:42 min | 9 months ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"All Dennis Prager and this is the ultimate issues an hour to religious subject today loving god what is it the he was living here this discussed it's it's sort of taken for granted that any religious person should love god does love god but what is it me can you love god and and disobey well obviously you can because everybody sins okay we kept that but what at what rate can you love can you love god and embezzle funds I guess the answer is you could emotionally love god but does that does that fulfill what it is about it's a very complex question I I don't find this to be easier if I did I wouldn't raise so how do you know what is it in the motion what if you don't have the emotion you the certain emotions that are very difficult to force all right so back to a Robert in mission Viejo thank you for calling thanks Dennis love the show good service the short answer is I think it's both I'm a Christian so from my view point I think god's most glorified where most satisfied in him and I think that that inspection comes through our behavioral actions as well as our spiritual and emotional being the first question is it possible to love got around band I think to some extent but I think it's impossible for her it's really used to send in love god because I believe the love of god changes your heart and three that it changes your actions as well so there's true love of god it is going to direct your behavior good I I felt like that so what about the other part can you do what god wants it but not feel love I think yes but it's somewhat of a feudal experiment it's just religion for religion sake and no no not true it it's religion for god's sake and humanity shake I'm an example of it right yeah I guess this second question I think rate is more of the differentiating points between Christianity and Judaism well I'm not sure because love love god comes from Judea it doesn't come from Christianity Christianity repeats what's already in in the in the Torah and Jesus obviously excites the Torah so it this is not a Christian this there are Christian Jewish differences obviously this is not one of them one that we share yeah I guess I would say that yeah but I find it hard to believe that there wouldn't eventually be some change of heart and I'm a motion I I feel like our relationship with god is like two magnets and as we is of magnets continue to get closer to force let me ask you a question if you can you can you imagine someone who has great respect for his parents doesn't have a particular emotional bonded but has great respect for them and wants to honor them and do what they want a morally you can imagine that right absolutely okay so why can't that be analogize to guard a maybe god didn't want to answer that one all right anyway it's just this is the it's an important question everything is an import every normal request is important but every serious question is and and this one is to see one of the things the act has turned off people to religion and that's one of my biggest worries is the number of young Americans who who have zero connection to religion I believe that the the secular left culture is half responsible and religious people or half responsible this religious people of not knowing how to make god and religion relevant and persuasive I'm not blaming them but it's out I'm not I'm not exonerating them either it's it's happened not just vis a vis garden religious happen vis a vis America parents didn't know how to make the case for America either a kid to restrain from America to all I have devoted my life in in it to a very large extent to making the case for all of those things because they haven't been made well and we can't lapse into cliches as religious people at which which the you have to put yourself in the mindset of the kid was gone through secular education and is is persuasive this is relevant all right ladies and gentleman really factor my friend it's not too late to make twenty twenty a much better year than last year Pete and surf tell but the father son owners of relief factor created the three week Quixtar so anyone in pain for twenty dollars can see if they can get out of paying this is a big big deal on your life could be a big deal in your life it is in most people who try it really factor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four I love a mac I love what they stand for smaller government and I love the value they pass on to there members a fantastic endorsed partner of a mac all my friends of pure talk USA just like how we make wants to take the pork barrel out of government your talk wants to trim the fat.

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07:45 min | 9 months ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Prager show it's the Christmas show right I open up the lines to anything you'd like to ask me about religion a specific religion religion generally god in general your problems you don't have problems you're curious you're not curious whatever it might be what aid Prager seven a seven six is the number you can read my essays of Prager radio dot com by the way if you're new to money if you are new to my life and I wanted to share with you before I take more calls a something that I am increasingly of committed to what the an idea that I'm committed committed to starting on nine twelve all one day after nine eleven people called my show because of my background in religion my commitment to it Mike speaking through different religions around the world and so on and the fact that I've studied Arabic and studied Islam people actually Venice's Islam a violent religion and I have answered since nine twelve the same exact answer I don't know such religions I assess practitioners and I am more more committed to that belief it because that's really all I can assess is what people do with their religion as opposed to a religion the religion in and of itself and that's true that's the that's really the the best way to to look at it not because it's the politically correct way because you may come up with a very politically incorrect conclusions that some people are doing really bad things with their religion obviously but it's it's the most honest way because as I point out the there are such huge differences it it it within religions within religions so if you say to me well that S. R. what's your assessment of Christianity let's say of justice people so what's your assessment of Islam right so I'll say well is it the Christianity of the of the National Council of churches is it the Christianity of the archbishop of Canterbury is it the is it the Christianity of Mother Teresa is that the Christianity of the evangelical a community in the United States you have to tell me who's Christianity because they they have so little in common for example the National Council of churches positions on virtually every significant issue are the opposite opposite of the of the values on almost every significant issue of the ever typical evangelical Christian in America or or or a conservative Catholic on virtually every major issue in the world every more moral concern video of the typical a reform Jew in the typical orthodox Jew differ and so the and so that's why it's very hard to say what what what do I think of their religion after tell me who's and what are they doing with it and this will have big ramifications as you ask me more and more about how I would view of the religions and you will see what the how this plays out this way of my of my doing of the this how this way of my my my doing assessments of religions if you got and stay on there a lot of very very good good questions here upland California David hi David Dennis Prager hi Dennis welcome this in there for a little love from religion on the line time great thank you for calling how do you respond to someone who says today how do you interpret the scripture and deal because from the says that you take the disobedient children out of town and stoned him well I'm glad you asked because that's the big plastic example her use to show the the moral genius of the Torah the first five books of of the Old Testament the that law was one of the greatest steps forward in the history of mankind because it was the first time in history parents were forbidden from killing their own children that's the way to wonder stand the law should know Jewish child was ever taken in stone by a court the genius of the law was I remember this is three thousand years ago the genius of the law was you can harm your child if you want to you first take the child to a court and then they will have a trial of your child in since and and if any the Jewish parent ever did the court never executed a single child what it did was it took the ability of parents to kill their children for family honor or for religious reasons or what have you out of their hands for ever and we still to this day of honor killing of children yeah and so you can understand how ingrained was Roman Roman parents could kill their children if they'd just for whatever reason but the Jewish parent was forbidden by the by that law and that's the way to wonder stand so the laws not to is that as a punishment disobedient children that have a few thousand years ago it's more to protect the children it is more to protect the children while at the same time saying to the child Hey if you really really get bad please know that all the books is the ability disco new so it's on the books but it was never practiced and what it did was as I said is it took the ability of of parents to kill their children out of their hands permanently and I'm I'm glad you asked those are the sorts of questions among many others that I do welcome if you were there are things that trouble you within the biblical text one eight Praeger seven seven six by the way in light of that go to Dennis Prager dot com and get a sample of my CD's on the on the Torah the first five books I have about three hundred of them and that that is the way I teach at its relevance to to to wash in our time by the way tell I figured out my kids could argue with me because Abraham argued with god if Abraham could argue with god than my kids could argue with me so there I mean just there were hundreds and hundreds of those Dennis Prager dot com has a listing of the many many many CD's that I've made on the Bible and let's see here one eight seven seven six let's go to foot the how in Philadelphia Pennsylvania high for to have them as Prager thank you for calling your record mark or your home you're welcome I want to ask you a question in America your out of curiosity matter tackle your religion or maybe over the cliff my wanted tomorrow I'm a working and I wanted to know you will work with your view with the group or in the proper mommy because of throughout the convention don't accept the profit the mama to be a problem so I was always there to move obviously the problem what exactly right well let me let me tell it to you you'll find this I think of interest on the push on hold there because of the little static that we had here is here I think I.

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860AM The Answer

08:03 min | 9 months ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Can you are listening to the best of the Dennis Prager show their brains all right everybody Dennis Prager here thinking a break as I do play because there's so much to life beyond what is just in the news and I am a posing the question what do you think of this idea of mine of letting people who work for you either for a moment as your driver to the airport or as a waiter or waitress and those who work for you on a permanent basis or long term basis as someone who works in your home or even works at your business and letting them know if you feel that they have the gratitude toward you for your generosity and for your decent behavior to them if they wrote a longer term employee that you are a conservative or specifically you are Republican letting them know if you were if you have done something particularly honest that was your religion that impelled you yeah I I think it's important that people do that I mean is there may be reasons not to than I am I've just not for for up but I think it's important to let people know first of all to let people know that their stereo type may be role a lot of people have Hispanics working in their homes and the there is a long let's be specific a lot of Republicans and Democrats but all spam speaking here but Republicans lot of Republicans have Hispanics working their homes the chances that your but that person working for you well whether it is outside your house or whether it is a nanny or whether it is a take just change your house and takes care of it that the chances that they know with your Republican are probably zero now obviously this is dependent on your belief that they think well of you but again if millions of people did this human to human is the most powerful form of influence that we have and I think that it would shatter tremendous number of false they're attacked mom I might add that most every types are accurate I think the the one Republicans are the party of the rich it's just not true the the richest is zip codes are a Democrat in fact the soul at an end with the rich comes cheap that's that Jericho's rich and generous you know what's wrong with that right so it's something I something to think about I think and let's go to your calls cherry hill New Jersey and Jim hello Jim Dennis Prager yeah and it's it's so funny you should bring up this topic got a three and a couple weeks back right around new year's I was in Pittsburgh and I took a cab and this young woman we're trying to cap black woman from issues from the condo I I noticed the accent she was speaking with an eye for Sir asking questions where she came from work and she was so young going in our twenties or sell mid twenties and I should come from the condo like when she was very very yeah I can but just over ten years old and store was just really compelling assistance rescinded here countries you like better and did you know that you like Congo better but she couldn't go back because it was so dangerous and and when I got out of the car that the ticket was just as a small see was at four dollars fifty cent and if you ever can I give her a twenty dollar bill and I said to keep it and I had another twenty right there in my hand so I gave it out one as well and gave her a a thirty six dollar tip on a four dollar fare yes I did can I take a look at the airport next time you know it is a site where self without parents without family so why did you explain that that's why you're doing it look I you know giving your story I just want to help you out Sir because should have a song press but I think right okay go on to this to go on is there a punch line yeah and I did not get the opportunity to I'm showing why didn't you play all minutes afterwards I thought you know she probably thinks about brief about believing hardware for all white guilt all over the place and here I am like spawning all over this this poor woman but you know I'm supposed to go to war with her she's a woman she's black immigrants I'm supposed to you know despite her with everything in my body joining curious did the idea that I'm suggesting a curfew it went up so what we did I thought that the minutes after it happened I thought Gee I wish I wish right okay well there is for me for the cars for for the day that's right that's the your it's not just Jim who gave it yeah that's that's the point all right two minutes later but Hey better late than never it's the old bottle there that is a good example although I will say I have never given a thirty six dollar tip on a four dollar fare and but but of course if he wasn't giving it is it I understand that he was doing it a lot you've you've you have an issue I I just think if if principles an inmate here's why I guess real bottom line if principals animate you wouldn't you want those principles to be known to people who are the beneficiaries of your principles why wouldn't that be nice maybe maybe just one little search and just you know want you to know that as I said by religion impels me to to do this I have done that when I have you know to their shock said you know you you were you actually you and I do it a sweetly as possible causes actual that dot everybody is happy when you point out that you were under charge so that you know just forgive me but you forgive me for got to add this or in my wife's case she actually drove back to the store that she had gotten something in the there was under something else of even charger for and she drove back and gave it she didn't say anything but why not why not give credit to that which you hold to be significant and Bruce in Cleveland I will take Bruce in Cleveland when we get back he actually has an interesting thing some people get annoyed that that's fascinating I want to want to hear that I by the way I do that here frequently I I treat shorn so well so that I know every so often I will mention.

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News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In for Dennis Prager on this Friday. The Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain-free studio. It's. It's..

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860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Prager. The third hour on Tuesdays on the Dennis Prager show is called properly the ultimate issues. Our because it is about the ultimate issues of life, which too often people just neglect because they're preoccupied with their own personal lives. Family problems marital problems, financial problems, work issues, health issues, totally understandable, by the way. And if they're not preoccupied with that alone, the preoccupied also with let's say the news, but that that's almost never a an ultimate issue issue. It's a news issue. So this is big what what is it all about? So what is today's topic? Today's topic is. I wonder if this is ever been an hour on regular radio. Today's topic is about something that is almost never talked about. But was huge. In western life, was huge was huge in American life was huge. And today, it isn't even mentioned. And I will tell you what. Provoked Mike talking about this. Every every week..

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09:47 min | 2 years ago

"prager" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Prager. And I'm not as happy as I was two years ago two years ago. I was ecstatic. But I'm not particularly unhappy. The worst part of yesterday is about the Democrats will do having. One the house of the house of representatives. That's the that's the that's the only issue, but if you analyze it. This was not a celebratory day for Democrats. And I will explain that. But let's go immediately to the president's press conference. I'll tell you what he said earlier see if we if it's interesting right now, let's continue help with a hostage situation being held hostage in Venezuela. But media love gave me no love and she lost to bed. Sorry about that. Man. And Barbara Comstock was another one. I mean, I think she could have won that race Ritchie did gonna have any embrace for that. I don't blame her. But she. She lost substantially loved Peter Roskam. Didn't want the embrace Erik Paulsen didn't want they embrace fan in New Jersey. I think he could have done well, but didn't work out too good, but I feel badly because I think that's something that could have been one that's could have been one John. So those are some of the people that have decided for their own reason not to embrace whether it's me or what we stand for. But what we stand for mental lot. Most people and we've had tremendous support tremendous support in the Republican party among the biggest support in the history of the party. I've actually heard at ninety three percent it's record. But I won't say that because who knows but we've had tremendous support. America is booming. Like never before doing fantastic, we have Larry cudlow here. And he said the numbers good as he's ever seen numbers at any time for our country. But he's a young man. So yes and see that many numbers. Larry that was good. A young man. Right. Larry, and you haven't been doing this too long. But there's good as you've ever seen. And we may have if you have a question for Larry will do that. But I want to send my warmest appreciation in regards to majority leader Mitch McConnell. We really worked very well. Together. We have been working very well together. We actually have a great relationship. People. Just don't understand that which is five and also to. Perhaps looks like I would think speaker. Nancy pelosi. Give her a lot of credit. She works very hard. And she's worked long and hard. I give her a great deal of credit for what she's done, and what she's accomplished, hopefully, we can all work together next year to continue delivering for the American people, including on economic growth infrastructure trade lowering the cost of prescription drugs. These are some of the things that the Democrats do want to work on. And I really believe we'll be able to do that. I think we're gonna have a lot lot of lot of reason to do it. And I will say just as a matter of business. I was very successful people last night. We were watching the returns. So if the Republicans won L, let's say we held on by two or three. It would have been very hard. I'd have that many Republicans to ever even get support among Republicans because you'll always be one or two or three people that for good reason or for bad reason, or for grandstanding we have that too. You've seen that. You've seen that plenty of grandstanding. But for certain reasons that many people you always going to have a couple that won't do it. So that puts us at a very bad position. The words had we kept. And this is no I'm saying this for a very basic razors. Common sense. It puts us in a very tough position. We wouldn't buy one or two or three and you'll have one or two or three or four or five even come over and say, you know, look, we're not going to go along with this. We want this this this and all of a sudden, we we can't even we wouldn't even be able to get it in many cases out of the Republicans hands before we set it on to this is during. Now, we have a much easier path because the Democrats will come to us. With the plan for infrastructure a plan for healthcare a plan for whatever they are looking at and will the goal, then is, you know, it's been very hard in the Senate because we need essentially ten votes from Democrats, and we don't get those because the Democrats do ROY stick together. Well, I don't agree with them on a lot of policy, but I agree with them on sticking together. They stick together. Greg. So now we go into the Senate. We don't have the ten votes. And what happens it doesn't get past. Even if it gets out of the house, it doesn't get passed. So under the new concept of what we're doing. I say come on. Let me see what you have. They to do things. You know, I keep hearing about. Investigations fatigue. Like from the time almost from the time. I announced I was going to run they'd been giving us this investigation. Fatigue. Spent a long time got nothing zero. You know, why? Because there is nothing but they can play that game. But we can play it better. Because we have a thing called the United States Senate and a lot of very questionable things were done. Between leaks of classified information, and many other elements that should not have taken place, and all you're gonna do end up in back and forth and back and forth. And two years is going to go up, and we won't have done a thing. I really think and I really respected what? Nancy said last night about bipartisanship and getting together and uniting she used the word uniting. And she used the the bipartisanship statement, which is so important because that's what we should be doing. So we can look at us. They can look at us. Now, we can look at them. And it'll go back and forth. And it will probably be very good for me politically. I could see it being extremely good politically because I think I'm better at that game than they are actually. But we'll find out. I mean, you know, we'll find out or we can work manage you. You can't do them simultaneously, by the way, just take somebody. So you can do about. No, you can't because they're doing that. We're not doing the other just say. So we won't be doing that. But now what happens is we send it to the Senate, and we'll get one hundred percent Democrats support, and we'll get some Republican support. And if it's good, I really believe we have Republicans will help with the approval process, and they were really help with the approval process. So it really could be a beautiful bipartisan type of situation if we won by one or two or three or four or five. That wouldn't happen. And the closer it is the worst this way come to me, negotiate. Maybe we'll make a deal. Maybe we want that's possible. But we have a lot of things in common on infrastructure. We wanna do something on healthcare. They want to do something on healthcare. There are a lot of great things that we could do together. And now, we'll send it up, and we will really get. We'll get the Democrats that will get the Republicans are some of the Republicans, and I'll make sure that we send something up that the Republicans can support, and they're gonna wanna make sure they send something up that the Democrats can support. So our great country is booming like never before. And we're thriving on. All right. I'm telling you. He is so improved. And he knows it. I mean his. The tone is so so presidential is. So and yet he keeps the common sense. He doesn't talk like a politician. He talks like a real human being. And this. So ripe if the Republicans this is this is the point I promised you. I would say something about obviously wanted you to hear the president. If the Republicans had won the house or retain the house by two three four five six votes. All it would have done because you'll always have a few Republicans who won't go along with whatever Bill. So the American people would see all look the Republicans can't get anything done. They they control the house, and the can't do anything that can't even unite among themselves, and it would only hurt the president. Now, the president has clarity clarity. Remember is the best friend of conservatives. Moral clarity, political clarity, social clarity. You name it. And now, this is what the report this is what the Democrats who have the house want to do. This is what I want to do in twenty twenty. You will have a very clear clash also. The..

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"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"prager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Prager here. And I have the delight to speak to Karin Housley. I don't normally speak to candidates, but sometimes it is there's a race of such to me moral significance and political significance that I do. Karin Housley is the Republican candidate for governor. Excuse me for Senator sorry. I there's wishful thinking going on in my mind. I wish you were candidate for both actually can you run for two things. Anyway for Senator stranger things have been done. I certainly true Senator, of course in Minnesota and. Tell me what. I have so much to ask you, I've I've been to Minnesota so many times I love the state I live in a state of confusion. I understand California where I live. I don't understand Minnesota Minnesotans are known for niceness. Then they vote for a mean party. Right, right. We Minnesotans are really really nice people. And they like they like balance, and they like people to treat others with respect. And we are we are a strange state where we we crossed ballots vote. We don't vote we don't stay in our lane. We we cross over the democrat Republican, and we like to vote for big names here we've had Jesse Ventura as governor live Al Franken as a US Senator. So and and even in the same year, they voted the most conservative US Senator rod grams at the same time, they voted the most liberal Senator in Paul Wellstone. So we do we we vote on some some different things or heard from from all across the country that I I think I feel even worse for you and California dentist or you should. I mean, you have you ever real chance? Now your opponent is campaigning with Keith Ellison. Keith Ellison is is as far left as we have in American politics and Keith Ellison, of course, has serious charges against them. With regard to abusive a woman, and I'm not saying, they're true. I'm not saying they're not true. But they're they're they're not from high school. They're not one incident. How does all that play out? Right. I'm and I'm running actually for the hashtag me to Al Franken. See? So there is a lot of responsibility in the Seton who represents Minnesota in the United States Senate, and and to treat everybody equally when there is a charge of sexual harassment sexual abuse domestic abuse. And then Tina Smith my opponent is showing the complete to Crecy of herself and the democrat because the Democrats aren't interested in speaking out on sexual assault or harassment when it comes to their own party and Tina Smith is campaigning around the state with Keith Ellison, and she had said because keep categorically denied these accusations. Then Keith Ellison therefore is innocent yet when it comes to Brad Kavanagh and the unsubstantiated allegations against a judge Cavanaugh she and he swore under oath that. He didn't do it. She's calling for a stall FBI investigation. And she also said that cavenaugh has committed sexual assault. She said that in the video, and and whatever happened to being innocent before proven guilty. It's now all of a sudden that the proof is on those that are accused, and that's it. That's the sad road that the Democrats have gone down going to discourage a lot of people from running for office and for voting for them. Because this is one issue that has that has popped up. That has really got a Republican and independence extremely extremely angry at the hypocrisy, and the double standard that the Democrats are are showing right now. Okay. So that's the double standard issue. What about the issue? I have to believe that most Minnesotans and Americans who are anti Cavanaugh on on the grounds of sexual assault. Not forgetting their against them because they would be against any Republican nominee to the supreme court. Don't they have husbands brothers fathers sons, whom they love. I mean, why is? All the identification. Vis-a-vis the the alleged victim. And I was just talking to a group of hockey mom the other day, and that's exactly what they were saying is is they fear for their husbands and their sons and their fathers that anybody can make an accusation, and it becomes the the the land of a front page headlines in there are are guilty by just public accusation and not having a fair hearing and not having a any sort of private process to go through. And and the Democrats will do anything they can to have an issue come up and attack Republicans and the regular person out there. Dennis. I'm telling you is absolutely appalled that something like this comes up, and and can be their son or their brother or their father. And it's it's so deeply saddening that this is the road that they've gone down. So is is the hill. You have to climb that Minnesota is simply now more or less. Liberal slash left. No, no, absolutely. The kill the Tina Smith has to climb is she's such a metro area liberal elites that this is not the DFL party democrat farm labor here in Minnesota. That of my mother and father's area era. It was mostly democrat back in the day. And it has the democrat party has left the democrat in the last ten years, and it has become the far left extreme liberal socialist party of Minneapolis and Saint Paul in. That is not who Minnesota Democrats are. So they are leaving the party in the eighth district up on the iron range, which has historically always voted democrat. We're going to have a Republican congressman up there down in southern Minnesota always voted democrat. That's going to be Republican. So Minnesota is not as democrat as it used to be. And we what we are seeing a real red wave here because they've gone so far to the left and they've left the people. That's not who we are here in Minnesota. I just want to tell you what I say every Republican candidate. For Senate for house governor that you're not only running. I mean, this is on solicited advice. And I humbly acknowledge that fact. What you every Republican is not only running against their opponent. They're running against the destructive left wing party as you just noted am I salute you for doing that? I think people after one understand as nice as an and I don't know your opponent. But as nice as any democrat individually might be they represent a destructive force in America, the Democratic Party. They really do. And it, and it is a a responsibility says Republicans to make sure that the people know what that we really are the party of education and healthcare and freedom, and they are the party of obstruction. And that's exactly what my opponent Tina Smith has been doing. She's only been in office for nine months and every single turn. She.

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