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Totally Awesome: Dennis Prager on the greatest threats to America

Posted by iusbvision on May 24, 2010

If you are a college professor or just a student this may be the most important video you may ever see.

Who is Dennis Prager?

He is a Media Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. He taught Jewish and Russian History at Brooklyn College, and was a Fellow at the Columbia University School of International Affairs, where he did his graduate work at the Russian Institute (now the Harriman Institute) and Middle East Institute from 1970-1972. He has lectured in 46 states and on six continents and traveled in 98 countries and the 50 U.S. states. He speaks French, Russian, and Hebrew, and has lectured in Russian in Russia and in Hebrew in Israel. An avid classical music lover, he periodically conducts orchestras in Southern California.

Prager is also a Rabbi ,author of many books (see his AMAZON page) famed public speaker, a popular television and radio personality, syndicated columnist and founder of Prager University.

[In the interest of full disclosure IUSB Vision editor Chuck Norton is a contributor to Prager University and considers Prager to be perhaps the finest debater alive].

One Response to “Totally Awesome: Dennis Prager on the greatest threats to America”

  1. Paul Geer said

    I have heard Dennis Prager before. He reminds me a lot of Francis A. Schaeffer in his speech – A Christian Manifesto.

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