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Dennis Prager on the left

Wtnjetro
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6/16/2015 9:03:49 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
I've become a modest Dennis Prager fan lately (5 years ago didn't know who he was) and I caught an article of his on National Review's online site at http://www.nationalreview.com...
so far I agree with everything he said which is that the liberal left. Not every liberal will be represented by his caricature, but I do recognize many of the traits he describes. On war, Prager says:

Or take the left-wing bumper sticker idea, "War Is Not the Answer." Of course, war is often the answer to great evil. Nazi death camps were liberated by soldiers fighting a war, not peace activists. But having to acknowledge the moral necessity of war is too painful a truth for many on the left.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com...
Author of the book The Vast Wastelands of Unbelief published by Tate Publishing, frequent author of articles at www.lutheranscience.org
Burzmali
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6/19/2015 1:54:50 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
"Caricature" is a pretty generous way of describing that piece. The guy is arguing with a bumper sticker, and attributing that to all liberals? Why would anyone take this seriously?