Wednesday, March 19, 2003
The highlight of Prager's show today was the amusing spectacle of the Professor of Law who hung up on Prager after he would not consider Prager's hypothetical question about when it would be legal to go to war against Iraq. This was at the begining of the third hour. The second hour was spent talking about the state of the airline industry with Edward Hudgins, an adjunct scholar of the Cato institute and Director of the Washington Office of the misnamed "Objectivist" Center. In the first hour Prager talked about an article by a self-proclaimed atheistic BBC journalist who described the average American as being quite religious and believing in such things as Good and Evil, heaven and hell, God and satan. The journalist was not sneering but seemed to be somewhat incredulous that this country is still permeated with such beliefs.