Admirable Evasions: How Psychology Undermines Morality

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Theodore Dalrymple’s new book: “ Admirable Evasions: How Psychology Undermines Morality.” He joined Dennis Prager to discuss. The Amazon description of his book: “In Admirable Evasions, Theodore Dalrymple explains why human self-understanding has not been bettered by the false promises of the different schools of psychological thought. Most psychological explanations of human behavior are not only...

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Brooks: The Best Solutions for Poverty 8-4-15

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When my mother’s grandparents first came steaming into New York harbor from Denmark in 1890, they were risking everything to get to a country where everyone could earn success. After a few years, they owned their own farm in South Dakota. Most of you listening have a similar family story....

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Brooks: What Can America Learn From Greece? 8-3-15

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Greece and the European Union may have temporarily staved off disaster but many worry that austerity will impose considerable short-term pain on Greek citizens and further depress the country’s struggling economy. What can America learn from this? At first glance, liberals and conservatives seem to draw opposite lessons. The left...

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Hewitt: Clearing The Haze 7-31-15

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The Colorado Springs Gazette has published a special report on the impact of marijuana legalization on the Centennial State—a special section, called “Clearing the Haze” piloted by their editorial page editor Wayne Laugesen. The results are not pretty: Legal marijuana has not raised a penny for the schools as promised...

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Brooks: Enough Of The Outrage 7-29-15

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Most of us would say we dislike the destructive rhetoric that accompanies political discourse today. In the last election cycle at least half of American adults felt the presidential campaign was too negative. In reality, we often don’t realize when we participate in political hatred because it comes in roughly...

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