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We take the best ideas from the best minds and distill them down to five focused minutes. We then add graphics and animation to create the most persuasive, entertaining, and educational case possible for the values that have made America and the West the source of so much liberty and wealth. These values are Judeo-Christian at their core and include the concepts of freedom of speech, a free press, free markets and a strong military to protect and project those values.
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The Good News about Climate Change

Is climate change an existential crisis? Judith Curry, former Chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, has spent her career studying this question. Her answer might surprise you. Take the pledge to stop climate misinformation and get the facts with a free PDF e-book of scripts from our climate videos.
4/16/20245 minutes, 38 seconds
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America Must Be Colorblind

Should we judge people by the color of their skin or by their actions? The answer to this question was once obvious. Not anymore. Andre Archie, professor of philosophy at Colorado State University, explains why.
4/8/20245 minutes, 22 seconds
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Woodrow Wilson: World War I and the League of Nations

In his first term as president, Woodrow Wilson sought to transform America. In his second term, he sought to transform the world. RJ Pestritto, professor of politics at Hillsdale College, describes how this once-obscure academic became one of America’s most influential presidents.
4/1/20245 minutes, 36 seconds
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Woodrow Wilson: The Founder of Big Government

As America’s 28th president, Woodrow Wilson greatly expanded the size and scope of the federal government. How did he do it, and why? RJ Pestritto, professor of politics at Hillsdale College, answers this important question. 
4/1/20245 minutes, 35 seconds
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Do We Have Health Care or Sick Care?

Science journalist and nutrition author Max Lugavere knows how to fix our badly broken healthcare system. His plan is simple and practical. He elaborates in this eye-opening video.
3/25/20245 minutes, 9 seconds
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Arabs and Israelis: Finding Common Ground

Growing up in Bahrain, Fatema Al Harbi was taught that Jews hated her because she’s Muslim, and in turn, she should hate them because they’re Jews. What changed her mind?
3/18/20245 minutes, 20 seconds
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Should America Defend Taiwan?

If China were to invade Taiwan—an island democracy in the South China Sea—would it be in America’s national interest to defend it? China scholar Helen Raleigh weighs in on this critically important question.
3/11/20245 minutes, 49 seconds
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A Moral Case for Capitalism

What is the only economic system that values freedom, lifts people out of poverty, disdains distinctions of race and creed, and draws us into productive networks of mutual dependency? Hint: it’s not a system of ever-increasing government control.
3/4/20245 minutes, 30 seconds
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What's Wrong with Censorship?

No one has a monopoly on truth. That’s why we need open, uncensored discussion and debate. Why, then, are the government and Big Tech platforms suppressing what we can read, see, and hear? Philip Hamburger, Professor of Law at Columbia University, sheds light on this alarming trend.
2/26/20244 minutes, 53 seconds
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Theodore Roosevelt: The Action Hero President

The time had come for America to take its place among the great nations of the world. There was no better man to lead this charge than Theodore Roosevelt. Wilfred McClay, professor of history at Hillsdale College, chronicles the complex career of America’s 26th president.
2/19/20245 minutes, 52 seconds
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Theodore Roosevelt: City Slicker to Cowboy President

Was there ever a more bold and brash character to occupy the White House than Theodore Roosevelt? Wilfred McClay, professor of history at Hillsdale College, tells the story of how this politician, cowboy, and war hero came to capture the American imagination.
2/19/20245 minutes, 46 seconds
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William Howard Taft: The Really Big President

William Howard Taft served as both the President of the United States and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court — the only man to ever do so. Richard Lim, host of the This American President podcast, recounts the unique career of America’s 27th president.
2/19/20245 minutes, 51 seconds
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William McKinley: The Man Who Could’ve Been on Rushmore

As much as anyone, William McKinley laid the foundation for US dominance in the 20th century. Why, then, is America’s 25th president given such little credit for his accomplishments? Jason R. Edwards, professor of history at Grove City College, sets the record straight.
2/19/20245 minutes, 43 seconds
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The Beginning of Wisdom

You need wisdom to navigate the challenges and complexities of life. But how do you get it? Owen Anderson, professor of philosophy at Arizona State University, suggests the perfect place to start.
2/12/20245 minutes, 18 seconds
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The Real Victims of Affirmative Action

After being valedictorian of his high school class and the winner of merit scholarships, Xaviaer DuRousseau was accepted to a top university. But all it took was one comment from a fellow student about affirmative action to make him doubt his real worth.
2/5/20245 minutes, 1 second
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Benjamin Harrison: One Term Wonder

How could one president accomplish so much in such a short amount of time and not be reelected to a second term? Louis Picone, author of The President Is Dead!, explains the brief yet impactful presidency of Benjamin Harrison.
1/29/20245 minutes, 40 seconds
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Grover Cleveland: The 22nd and 24th President

Can a president who lost reelection return to the White House for a nonconsecutive term? One man did just that. Wilfred McClay, professor of history at Hillsdale College, shares the remarkable life and career of Grover Cleveland.
1/29/20245 minutes, 45 seconds
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Chester Alan Arthur: The President Who Didn't Want to Be President

Chester Alan Arthur loved being vice president: parties galore, and no responsibilities. But after the death of James Garfield, Arthur had to face the music. How did he react? Daily Wire Host Michael Knowles tells Arthur’s unique story.
1/29/20245 minutes, 36 seconds
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James A. Garfield: The Great President Who Never Was

James Garfield, the 20th President of the United States, had all the makings of a great president. So why didn’t he become one? Louis Picone, author of The President Is Dead!, answers this tragic question.
1/29/20245 minutes, 16 seconds
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What Was the Holocaust?

During WWII, the Nazi regime, headed by Adolf Hitler, set out to exterminate every living Jew. They murdered 6 million. Why did they do it? How did they do it? And why do so many young people know so little about it?
1/22/20245 minutes, 21 seconds
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Why the Gilded Age Was Golden

The years 1880 to 1900—coined the Gilded Age—was a period of tremendous growth for American industry and technology. Many also criticize it as a time of greed, corruption, and exploitation of the lower and middle classes by the wealthy. Are we living in a second Gilded Age? Renowned historian Amity Shlaes answers this important question. This video was made possible through a generous donation from the Robert W. Plaster Foundation.
1/8/20245 minutes, 45 seconds
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Wife, Mother, Extremist

Peachy Keenan, formerly a writer at a major entertainment company, now calls herself a domestic extremist. What does she mean by that? She makes the case that you should consider becoming one too.
1/1/20245 minutes, 22 seconds
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A World without Fossil Fuels

Environmentalists advocate for a world without fossil fuels. But what would the real-life consequences be? Would it even be a world you would want to live in?
12/18/20235 minutes, 47 seconds
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Big Business & Big Brother

We are on the brink of the biggest merger in history. If we don’t stop it, our constitutional rights could become a relic of the past. Philip Hamburger, Professor of Law at Columbia University and CEO of the New Civil Liberties Alliance, explains.
12/11/20234 minutes, 18 seconds
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What's Wrong with Marijuana?

Millions of Americans believe marijuana relieves pain, reduces anxiety, improves your mood, and has no side effects. Are they right? Dr. Drew Pinsky, physician, addiction medicine specialist, and media personality, answers this question.
12/4/20235 minutes, 49 seconds
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Rutherford B. Hayes: The Most Disputed President

The election of Rutherford B. Hayes remains the single most disputed presidential outcome in American history—even more than the elections of the 21st century. What happened, and what were the consequences?
11/27/20235 minutes, 42 seconds
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Did Europe Destroy Native American Culture?

It is undeniable that Native Americans suffered terribly after the arrival of European settlers, but was this the result of malice or tragic inevitability? Jeff Fynn-Paul, professor of economic and social history at Leiden University and author of Not Stolen: The Truth About European Colonialism in the New World, explores what happened when the Old World met the New.
11/20/20235 minutes, 28 seconds
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Your Parents Don't Deserve This

The Bible never commands us to love our parents, but it does command us to honor them. So, why have so many adult children decided to hurt their parents in one of the worst ways possible? This video was made possible through a generous donation from Dale and Nicole Judkins.
11/13/20235 minutes, 11 seconds
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Ulysses S. Grant: The General Who Saved the Union

No American led a more eventful life than Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States and the Union Army's most celebrated general. Civil War historian Garry Adelman tells Grant’s amazing story.
10/30/20235 minutes, 31 seconds
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NewsGuard: Fact-Checkers with Too Much Power

Have you heard of NewsGuard? Its mission is to “counter misinformation on behalf of readers, brands, and democracies.” In other words, it “guards” the news by telling you what you can and cannot trust. Of course, this begs the question: can you trust NewGuard?
10/23/20235 minutes, 36 seconds
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Zionism: Why All the Controversy?

What is Zionism? And why does it generate so much controversy, even hatred? CJ Pearson explains the history and philosophy of this ancient promise.
10/11/20235 minutes, 17 seconds
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Title IX: When a Good Law Turns Bad

Title IX was put in place in the early 1970s to promote opportunities for women. Is this still the case? Former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos answers this question.
10/9/20235 minutes, 47 seconds
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Why Immigrants Should Love Columbus Day

As Columbus Day dies a slow, woke death, it might be a good idea to consider how this national holiday came about in the first place. The answer will surprise you.
10/2/20235 minutes, 25 seconds
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Andrew Johnson: The President Who Wasn’t Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln had been assassinated. To take the reins of power at this tumultuous moment required a man of compassion, discernment, and discipline. Was Lincoln’s vice president, Andrew Johnson, that man? Allen Guelzo of Princeton University has the answer.
9/24/20235 minutes, 43 seconds
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Sex Is Binary

Are sex categories—male and female—real, immutable, and binary? Or are they “social constructs”? Colin Wright, Ph.D. in evolutionary biology and fellow at the Manhattan Institute, has the answer. This video was made possible by a generous donation from Joseph U. Oswald.
9/18/20235 minutes, 41 seconds
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Abraham Lincoln: The President We Needed

When Abraham Lincoln became the 16th President of the United States, he did not believe the country would soon be embroiled in a costly and bloody civil war. Allen Guelzo, author of Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President, explains why Lincoln’s steely resolve and moral leadership were exactly what the country needed during its darkest days.
9/5/20235 minutes, 44 seconds
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Young Abe: From Log Cabin to White House

Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin in the middle of nowhere. He had almost no formal schooling but rose to become the 16th President of the United States. Allen Guelzo, author of Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President, shares the remarkable journey of this remarkable man.
9/5/20235 minutes, 50 seconds
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Who Wouldn't Want Universal Basic Income?

If the government gave people enough money to take care of their basic needs, could we eliminate poverty? Proponents of Universal Basic Income think so. Are they right? Would it really be that simple? Aldo Buttazzoni lays out the pros and cons of UBI.
8/28/20234 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Best Time to Be Alive

Are you worried about your future? Turn on the TV or scroll through social media and it’s hard not to be. But is there a brighter side to the story? Marian Tupy, senior fellow at the Cato Institute and co-author of Superabundance, explains why it’s a great time to be alive.
8/21/20235 minutes, 40 seconds
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Want a Full Life? Prepare for Pain.

Upon the passing of his beloved bulldog Otto, Dennis Prager reflects on the special bond between people and their dogs. What role should dogs play in our lives? And more importantly, what can we learn from this relationship?
8/15/20235 minutes, 43 seconds
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Don't Panic: Lessons from the Lost Ring

Reason, logic, and thinking through problems can get you out of almost any sticky situation. Gad Saad, Professor of Marketing at Concordia University, popular podcaster, and author of The Saad Truth About Happiness, demonstrates how to hold on to hope and never give up, even when things look bleak.
8/7/20235 minutes, 15 seconds
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James Buchanan: A Legacy of Failure

When James Buchanan—America’s 15th president—took office, the country was ready to explode over the issue of slavery. Buchanan thought he could avert civil war. Instead, his every action (and inaction) made it inevitable.
7/31/20235 minutes, 28 seconds
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How Dangerous Is Nuclear Waste?

Even environmentalists concede that nuclear power is a clean source of abundant, reliable energy. But they stop short of supporting it. Why? Because of the “waste problem.” But how real are their concerns? James Meigs, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, answers this question.
7/24/20235 minutes, 49 seconds
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Are We Living on Stolen Land?

Are Americans living on stolen land acquired by nefarious means? Jeff Fynn-Paul, professor of economic and social history at Leiden University and author of Not Stolen: The Truth About European Colonialism in the New World, dispels this misleading and destructive myth.
7/17/20235 minutes, 38 seconds
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Israel: Who Are the Indigenous People?

The Land of Israel has changed hands many times over the centuries. But it has always been the homeland of one particular people. Noa Tishby, author of Israel: A Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth, explains.
7/10/20235 minutes, 44 seconds
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Franklin Pierce: A Torn President in a Torn Country

Franklin Pierce, America’s 14th President, had two simple goals: keep his party together and keep his country calm through the storm of the slavery debate. Simple, but not easy. Joseph Fornieri, Professor of Political Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology, explains how Pierce’s leadership (or lack thereof) pushed America toward civil war.
6/26/20235 minutes, 49 seconds
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Russian Collusion and the Death of Journalism

We used to trust the mainstream media. They reported the facts and let us make our own decisions about the issues of the day. But that’s no longer the case. What changed and why? Investigative Journalist Ashley Rindsberg has the disturbing answers.
6/20/20235 minutes, 49 seconds
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This Way to Happiness

Happiness is more than a feeling or a state of mind. There are real, practical steps you can take to get on the path to a happier life—one with lasting contentment and fewer regrets.  Gad Saad, a professor of marketing at Concordia Univ., popular podcaster, and author of The Saad Truth About Happiness, shares seven ways to maximize your happiness.
6/12/20235 minutes, 46 seconds
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Want a Revolution? Start a Business.

Is social activism the only way to improve the situation for minorities in America? Alfredo Ortiz, the son of Mexican immigrants and the CEO of Job Creators Network, has a different take.
6/5/20235 minutes, 45 seconds
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Millard Fillmore: The Last Whig President

Is Millard Fillmore, the 13th President of the United States, the least significant of all the commanders in chief? Or the most underestimated? Jared Cohen, author of Accidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America, has the answer.
5/29/20235 minutes, 28 seconds
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What Are Judeo-Christian Values?

Jews and Christians are the only two religions that share a sacred text and a fundamental set of values. These values created and sustained Western Civilization. But now many want to discard them. If we do, at what cost? 
5/29/20235 minutes, 44 seconds
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Work, Keep Working, and Then Work Harder

In PragerU’s 2023 commencement address, popular podcaster Tim Pool shares the secret of his success (hint: it’s not a degree from a prestigious university). Tim’s life path goes against everything we’re told we need to do to be “successful.” So, how did he do it? And how can you do it, too?
5/15/20234 minutes, 45 seconds
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The Constitution: A Moral Challenge

Unlike any governing document in history, the U.S. Constitution inscribed liberty and individual rights into law. But how could America espouse freedom at its founding and also permit slavery? Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, examines this moral conundrum.
5/8/20235 minutes, 46 seconds
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Tyre Nichols and Police Brutality

Is police brutality a major problem in America? Many activists, politicians, and the media would have you believe that it is. But what does the actual data say? Rafael Mangual, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of Criminal (In)Justice, presents the facts.
5/1/20235 minutes, 28 seconds
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Zachary Taylor: The Man Who Might Have Prevented the Civil War

He was a slave owner who opposed the expansion of slavery; a president who despised politics and politicians. That was Zachary Taylor—“Old Rough and Ready.” Joseph Fornieri, Professor of Political Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology, tells the story of this walking contradiction.
4/24/20235 minutes, 49 seconds
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Fossil Fuels: The Big Picture

Should the world stop using fossil fuels—oil, coal, and natural gas? Or should we embrace them as an essential part of modern life? Alex Epstein explores these questions.
4/17/20235 minutes, 51 seconds
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Don’t Trust Your Conscience

Everyone has heard the expression, “Let your conscience be your guide.” But is that really true? Is your conscience trustworthy? Dennis Prager shares some insights that might surprise you.
4/10/20235 minutes, 48 seconds
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Why Public Schools Should Want School Choice

One of the few public policies that unites people from across the political spectrum is school choice—the ability of parents to choose the school that best fits their children’s needs. So, why isn’t it the norm? Mandy Drogin of the Texas Public Policy Foundation explains what the obstacles are and how we might overcome them.
4/3/20235 minutes, 20 seconds
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James K. Polk: Manifest Destiny

James K. Polk believed that America was destined to expand west. Did this make him an imperialist or an agent for freedom and opportunity? Wilfred McClay, professor of history at Hillsdale College, sets the record straight about the 11th President of the United States.
3/27/20235 minutes, 41 seconds
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How to Make Our Cities Safer

Crime has become a major issue in America again. People don’t feel safe, and for good reason. Homicides are at levels not seen for decades. How do we reverse this dangerous trend? Former prosecutor Tom Hogan has some street-tested solutions that can be implemented immediately.
3/20/20235 minutes, 44 seconds
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Lying Liars

How many times can someone lie to you before you stop believing him? Popular podcaster Tim Pool applies this question to a source you might be trusting a little too much.
3/13/20235 minutes, 12 seconds
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The Constitution: Taxes, Voting Rights, and Prohibition

The Constitution has been amended 27 times. The most famous amendments are the first ten: the Bill of Rights. But what do you know about the others? John Yoo, Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, breaks them down.
3/6/20235 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Real Climate Crisis

We’re supposed to be in a climate crisis. And we are. But not in the way you think. Alex Epstein, author of Fossil Future, explains the real crisis and what we can do to get out of it.
2/27/20235 minutes, 51 seconds
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John Tyler- President Without A Party Podcast

The year was 1841. No president had ever before died in office. And then one did. Who would take over as chief executive? The Constitution was surprisingly vague on this question — until Vice President John Tyler took a firm stance. His actions changed the direction of American history. Jared Cohen, author of Accidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America, tells Tyler’s little-known story.
2/24/20234 minutes, 55 seconds
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William Henry Harrison: President for 31 Days

William Henry Harrison, the first Whig president, died shortly after taking office. Though he didn’t live long enough to enact his ambitious agenda, it would be a serious mistake to underestimate his contribution to the American story. Richard Lim, host of the This American President podcast, explains why Harrison matters. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
2/23/20235 minutes, 37 seconds
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Martin Van Buren: Political Magician

The first person to fully realize the value of organizing around a political party was the eighth President of the United States, Martin Van Buren. The party he helped to create is still thriving today. Wilfred McClay, professor of history at Hillsdale College and author of Land of Hope, explains how Van Buren shaped America’s political destiny. Watch PragerU's American Presidents series: https://www.prageru.com/video/martin-van-buren-political-magician
2/22/20235 minutes, 32 seconds
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Andrew Jackson: The People's President

Both revered and reviled in his own time, the seventh President of the United States Andrew Jackson never backed down from a fight. His “my way or the highway” approach made “Old Hickory” as ruthless with his veto pen as with his dueling pistol. Allen Guelzo, Distinguished Research Scholar in the James Madison Program at Princeton University, tells Jackson’s story. Watch PragerU's American presidents series: Prageru.com/series/american-presidents
2/21/20235 minutes, 41 seconds
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John Quincy Adams: Dedicated To America

John Quincy Adams, the son of the second President of the United States, became the sixth President of the United States. But the road to that prize was anything but smooth. Jane Hampton Cook, author of American Phoenix, tells how this formidable and intimidating man overcame every obstacle in his path. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
2/20/20235 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Moral Case for Mockery

Bad ideas are everywhere, spreading like viruses. Ironically, the antidote is readily available. We just have to have the courage to use it. Seth Dillon, CEO of The Babylon Bee, provides the prescription. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
2/6/20234 minutes, 38 seconds
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The Myth Of Overpopulation

There are now eight billion people living on the planet. Is there enough room for all of us? Are we going to run out of food and other resources? Marian Tupy, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and co-author of Superabundance, examines whether or not these fears are valid. His answer may surprise you. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
1/31/20235 minutes, 36 seconds
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What America Could Be...

Plenty of people can tell you what America’s problems are. But who’s talking about what America’s future could be? Kendall Qualls, president of TakeCharge, presents a vision that’s closer than you think. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
1/23/20235 minutes, 33 seconds
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The Constitution: A Nation of States

How did thirteen separate colonies become the United States of America? The answer is found in the second half of the American Constitution—Articles IV through VII. Kurt Lash, Professor of Law at the University of Richmond, explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
1/16/20235 minutes, 24 seconds
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Confessions of an Environmentalist

Imagine you dedicated your life to environmentalism and all of its assumptions. Then imagine you realize those assumptions are all wrong. What would you do? Entrepreneur Brian Gitt tells his personal story and where it led him. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free.
1/16/20235 minutes, 29 seconds
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Why Is Classical Art So Good?

What makes great art great? Is it simply a matter of personal taste, with little or no regard for skill or execution? Or are there standards by which an artistic work can be objectively judged? Renowned artist Robert Florczak confronts these challenging questions. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
1/3/20235 minutes, 28 seconds
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Do What You Fear

What most prevents people from living a happy, fulfilling, and meaningful life? And, what causes people to act irrationally? Both questions have the same answer. Dennis Prager explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
12/28/20225 minutes, 26 seconds
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The Truth about Gender-Affirming Care

If someone told you that they advocate for the chemical castration, sterilization, and physical mutilation of children and young adults, you’d probably think they were a monster. So why do progressives who push for “gender-affirming care” get a free pass? Kaylee McGhee White shares the truth about this alarming new trend. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
12/19/20225 minutes, 39 seconds
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The Constitution: Our Bill of Rights

Did you know that freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms were not in the original Constitution, drafted in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787? So where did they come from? Sherif Girgis, associate professor of law at the University of Notre Dame, has the answer. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
12/12/20225 minutes, 23 seconds
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Franklin Roosevelt: Preparing for War

In 1940, Nazi Germany overran France. Britain looked to be the next target. President Franklin Roosevelt knew he had to prepare America for war. But how? Arthur Herman, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and author of Freedom's Forge, tells the amazing story. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
12/7/20225 minutes, 25 seconds
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Franklin Roosevelt: The Great Depression

To rescue America from the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt attempted to steer the country on a new economic course. He called his plan the New Deal. Did it succeed, or did it make matters worse? Amity Shlaes, author of The Forgotten Man, explores this critical question. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
12/7/20225 minutes, 31 seconds
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Should You Care About Israel?

Anyone who wants to protect and preserve America should also want to protect and preserve Israel. Ambassador Robert C. O'Brien, former National Security Advisor in the Trump administration, explains why.
11/28/20225 minutes, 3 seconds
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America Is Fat, But You Don't Have To Be

In a culture where diet and exercise fads come and go, what do you need to do to be healthy? Renowned fitness expert Vinnie Tortorich offers three key behaviors that must be repeated to get and stay in shape. Anyone can do it.
11/22/20225 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Constitution: The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court seems to have the final say over every controversial issue from abortion to gun control to same-sex marriage. But is that what the Framers of the Constitution intended? Sherif Girgis, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame, has the answer.
11/14/20224 minutes, 37 seconds
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Who Should Win The Nobel Peace Prize?

They’ve saved the free world more than once. And they’re on the job preserving the peace right now. When it comes to making the world a more secure place for good and decent people everywhere, this one group deserves the bulk of the credit. Who is this group, and how can we ever thank them? Pete Hegseth, U.S. Army Major, has the answer.
11/7/20224 minutes, 52 seconds
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The DEI Disaster

Twenty years ago, if you asked someone which of the world’s countries was the most diverse, most equitable and most inclusive, they would have answered “the United States.” Not anymore. What changed? Christian Watson, host of Pensive Politics, has the surprising answer. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
10/31/20225 minutes, 30 seconds
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Why Do You Hate Conservatives?

What do you think of conservatives? Do you think their views are rooted in racism, ignorance, and intolerance? Or is it just possible that they have valid reasons for thinking the way they do? Former leftist activist and now PragerU personality Amala Ekpunobi breaks it down in PragerU’s 500th 5-Minute Video. If you've enjoyed our 500 5-Minute Videos, please consider joining PragerU's Club5 with a donation of $5/month and help save America by contributing to our next wave of mind-changing videos: https://l.prageru.com/3eZxpeJ
10/24/20224 minutes, 50 seconds
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The Constitution: Presidential Powers

Americans fought a long and bloody war to get rid of one tyrant, the English King, George III. They didn’t want to install a new one of their own making. So how did the Framers ensure that the President would have enough power to be an effective chief executive, without making him a dictator? John Yoo, Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, has the answer. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free!
10/17/20225 minutes, 18 seconds
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Why Is Hollywood So Woke?

Entertainment journalist Christian Toto explores why almost everyone in Tinsel Town—from the top star to the lowest crew member—seems to fall on one side of the political spectrum. There is no shortage of reasons. But that doesn’t mean those reasons are commendable. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
10/14/20224 minutes, 54 seconds
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Deuteronomy: Why It’s Hard to Love God

Did you know that the Founding Fathers referred to Deuteronomy, the fifth book of the Hebrew Bible, more than any other source? What is it about this book that is so special? Dennis Prager has answers. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free!
10/3/20225 minutes, 20 seconds
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Who Wants Peace in the Middle East?

Sarah Idan was the first woman to represent Iraq in the Miss Universe contest in almost half a century. She went to the competition hoping to make friends. She made one in Miss Israel, and then everything changed—but not in the way she expected. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
9/26/20225 minutes, 13 seconds
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The Constitution: The Limited Powers of Congress

The Framers of the United States Constitution wanted to give more power to the people and less power to the government. This was a radical new idea, and it started with the legislative branch: the House of Representatives and the Senate. John Yoo, Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
9/20/20225 minutes, 18 seconds
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Who Cares about Illegal Immigration

It’s understandable why people from all over the world want to come to the United States. It’s still the land of opportunity. So, should we open our borders to everyone, no matter their legal status? Is that the compassionate thing to do? Is that the prudent thing to do? Will Witt has a lot of questions to ask about this difficult issue. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
9/13/20224 minutes, 44 seconds
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Why Americans Are Buying Guns

In the aftermath of every mass shooting, we hear calls for “commonsense gun control.” But how do you determine which gun laws are common sense? Jason Riley, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, explores this loaded question. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
9/6/20225 minutes, 11 seconds
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James Monroe: The Last Founding Father

America’s fifth president James Monroe, the last of America’s Founding Fathers, is also the least well known. But that doesn’t mean he wasn’t a giant among giants. He was. Author Chris DeRose tells his story. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/29/20225 minutes, 14 seconds
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James Madison: The Great Pragmatist

From the day he joined the Continental Congress in 1780 through his second term as the fourth President of the United States, James Madison was in the middle of everything. Many patriots contributed to the country’s success, but few, if any, did as much as James Madison. Historian Jay Cost explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/29/20225 minutes
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The Genius of Thomas Jefferson

Abraham Lincoln admired him. So did Franklin Roosevelt. So did John F. Kennedy. Dozens of other presidents expressed similar sentiments. They were talking about Thomas Jefferson, America’s third president. Carol Swain explores why their praise was so well deserved. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/29/20225 minutes, 28 seconds
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John Adams: American Founder and Second President

“The man to whom the country is most indebted for the great measure of independence is Mr. John Adams.” That was from a delegate to the Continental Congress. But how much do you know about this influential thinker and second president of the United States? Brad Thompson, Professor of Political Science at Clemson University, tells Adams’ remarkable story. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/29/20225 minutes, 45 seconds
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What Made George Washington Great?

There would have never been a United States of America without George Washington. John Rhodehamel, author of "George Washington: The Wonder of the Age," details how Washington successfully guided the budding nation through war and nurtured her in peace. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/29/20225 minutes, 21 seconds
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George Washington: A General Without An Army

If George Washington helped to shape America, what shaped George Washington? Historian Edward Lengel explores Washington’s early history: the events that defined him and ultimately made him America’s “indispensable man.” Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/29/20225 minutes, 40 seconds
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Is America Losing Its Mind?

There are few things worse than being called “intolerant” or “closed-minded.” Who wants to be that? Isn’t it far better to be open to everything, dismissive of nothing? Well, not necessarily. Michael Knowles explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/23/20225 minutes, 27 seconds
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An Important Message From Our CEO

The PragerU team is more committed and working harder than ever to educate young people about our nation’s founding principles and values. Those values have sustained America through hard times. They will do so again. Together we can succeed. We know that your heart is committed to our work. Can we count on your tax-deductible support today to help us continue being your voice and fighting for everything you care about? Donate today: PragerU.com/donate
8/17/20223 minutes, 8 seconds
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Writing the Constitution: Miracle in Philadelphia

Spring 1787. The American revolution had been won, but no one seemed to know how to govern the new nation. There was no chief executive, no agreement on taxes, or even how they should be collected. The country was teetering on the edge of anarchy. Something clearly had to be done, and quickly. What happened next is nothing short of a miracle. Historian Jay Cost tells the incredible story. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/16/20225 minutes, 8 seconds
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The Student Loan Forgiveness Scam

It’s hard to imagine how we could screw up higher education any more than we already have, but we’re about to—if we make sweeping student loan forgiveness a reality. How? To answer this question, we must start by asking another one: cui bono? Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! All donations made between 8/8 - 8/14 will be MATCHED! PragerU.com/donate
8/8/20226 minutes, 17 seconds
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Why the Road to Hell Is Paved with Good Intentions

Are you a good person if you have good intentions? Many seem to think so, but there are a lot of problems with this belief. In fact, it’s the source of much of the evil in the world. Dennis Prager explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
8/3/20225 minutes, 38 seconds
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Herbert Hoover: Success or Failure?

Herbert Hoover, the 31st President of the United States, succeeded at almost everything he did. Yet he is best remembered for one failure: the Great Depression. Is that legacy justified? Historian Kenneth Whyte examines the evidence. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
7/25/20225 minutes, 24 seconds
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Calvin Coolidge - The Best President You Don't Know

Americans today place enormous pressure on presidents to do “something" when there is a national crisis. But our 30th president Calvin Coolidge did “nothing” ...other than shrink the government. The result? America's economy boomed. Is there a lesson to be learned? Renowned historian Amity Shlaes thinks there is. Donate today to help keeps PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/doante
7/25/20225 minutes, 32 seconds
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Warren Harding: The Least Appreciated President

Warren Harding is not regarded as one of our most successful presidents. He’s more likely to be remembered for his scandals than his accomplishments. But given the problems he had to confront — massive war debt, high unemployment, and skyrocketing inflation — is this harsh appraisal fair? Renowned historian Amity Shlaes takes a fresh look at our 29th president. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
7/25/20225 minutes, 33 seconds
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The Constitution: Why A Republic?

Winning the War of Independence brought a new challenge to the American people: what sort of government should they choose for their new nation? Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, explores the problems the founders faced at this pivotal moment in history. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
7/19/20225 minutes, 34 seconds
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What Is Inflation?

Look for the source of a society’s collapse, and you’ll usually find the i-word (inflation) at its core. So what exactly is inflation? How does it work? Why is it so dangerous? And how does it affect your everyday life? Steve Forbes breaks it down. Donate today to help keeps PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
7/12/20225 minutes, 20 seconds
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Small Business Is America

Small business is the epitome of the American Dream. It’s the reason why America became the richest nation in the world. After all, every successful big business started out as a small one. So in a post-Covid world, how do we encourage and protect this most valuable asset? Carol Roth has the answer. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
7/5/20225 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Sexualization of Children

Who should decide when and how to discuss issues like sex and gender with young children? Just a decade ago, this was thought to be the sole purview of parents. But that is no longer the case. Why is this shift happening, and who’s behind it? Karol Markowicz addresses these important questions. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
6/28/20225 minutes, 2 seconds
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Milton Friedman: No Free Lunch

Few people have had as profound an impact on modern economics as economist Milton Friedman. His Nobel Prize-winning ideas on free enterprise resonated throughout the world and continue to do so. Johan Norberg, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, tells Friedman’s fascinating story. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
6/20/20225 minutes, 32 seconds
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Career Success and the Proximity Principle

How can you take control of your career? Ken Coleman, host of The Ken Coleman Show and author of The Proximity Principle, offers a guide for discovering and seizing the right opportunities. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
6/13/20225 minutes, 28 seconds
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Understanding Marxism: Change the World

Workers of the world, unite! Karl Marx’s famous call to action never caught on with its intended target, the working class. But the intellectual class—the world of academia—swallowed it hook, line and sinker. They are still pushing it today. Why? What do they hope to gain and what does it mean to the rest of us?
6/6/20225 minutes, 35 seconds
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Understanding Marxism: From Each According to His Ability...

Private property, wage labor, competition, and profits — under Karl Marx’s world view, these would have to go. Instead of self-interest, everybody would work for the benefit of everybody else. For many, this is a very seductive idea. Is this the dream we should aspire to? Or would it be a nightmare?
6/6/20225 minutes, 30 seconds
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Understanding Marxism: The Enemy of Being is Having

Workers of the world, unite! Karl Marx’s famous call to action never caught on with its intended target, the working class. But the intellectual class—the world of academia—swallowed it hook, line and sinker. They are still pushing it today. Why? What do they hope to gain and what does it mean to the rest of us? Watch Amala Ekpunobi's new show on PragerU.com! Visit www.prageru.com/series/unapologetic to watch now.
6/6/20226 minutes, 17 seconds
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The Fallen Soldier

Others have made the ultimate sacrifice so that you could be free. Remember them—today, and always. A moving tribute, written and narrated by former Navy Seal and author Jocko Willink.
5/30/20225 minutes, 47 seconds
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Who Wants To Follow California?

As goes California, so goes the nation. This used to be said as a compliment. Now it’s a cautionary tale, and the country would be wise to heed it. Political commentator Michael Anton explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
5/26/20225 minutes, 53 seconds
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Why I Stopped Teaching

For fifteen years, Kali Fontanilla taught middle and high school students in California public schools. Then she abruptly left it behind. Why would a teacher who loves teaching quit her job? Her answer should alarm us all. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
5/23/20225 minutes, 33 seconds
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What Do You Know About Money

As you step off the podium with your degree in hand, here’s a question for you: did you learn anything about money? In PragerU’s 2022 commencement address, financial guru Robert Kiyosaki offers you the financial education that your formal education probably missed. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/Donate
5/18/20225 minutes, 7 seconds
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Seven Economic Truths

You can learn a lot about basic economics from great quotes. David Bahnsen, author of There's No Free Lunch: 250 Economic Truths, proves how true this is. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
5/11/20225 minutes, 18 seconds
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China's Social Credit System

In the past, the Social Credit System existed only in the world of science fiction. In the present, it’s happening in China. In the near future, it might become a reality right here in the West — unless we take a stand against it. Here’s what you need to know. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
5/2/20225 minutes, 41 seconds
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Three Ways To Fix America

Are we just going to give up on the greatest country in the history of the world? Or are we going to fight for freedom and a thriving future? For Dave Rubin, the author of Don’t Burn This Country, the answer is obvious. And, even better, he has a battle plan. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
5/2/20224 minutes, 55 seconds
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The Whiteness Of Wokeness

Most people advocating for radical social change on behalf of people of color are not themselves people of color. How do you explain that? Wilfred Reilly, professor of political science at Kentucky State University, has some answers. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
4/11/20226 minutes, 13 seconds
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Fund the Children, Not the Schools

Why is it that parents have so little control over where their children go to school? Unless you homeschool or send your child to a private school, you’re at the mercy of the government and the Teachers Unions. That needs to change. Corey DeAngelis, National Director of Research at the American Federation for Children, explains why. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
4/11/20224 minutes, 54 seconds
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How Much Energy Will the World Need?

Are we heading toward an all-renewable energy future, spearheaded by wind and solar? Or are those energy sources wholly inadequate for the task? Mark Mills, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of The Cloud Revolution, compares the energy dream to the energy reality. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
3/30/20225 minutes, 14 seconds
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Israel: What Would You Do?

The first responsibility of every government is to keep its citizens safe from invasion, violence and terror. So why is it that when Israel defends itself, much of the world sees it as the villain? David Brog invites you to step into Israel’s shoes when confronted with a real-life attack. What would you do? Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
3/30/20225 minutes, 36 seconds
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When Big Business Went Woke

How is it that Big Business “got woke?” Once the bastion of country club conservatism, it’s now a fortress of radical leftism. Vivek Ramaswamy explains this amazing and disturbing transformation. March is PragerU's fundraising month! Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free. PragerU.com/donate
3/19/20225 minutes, 27 seconds
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Why You Should Care About Passover

What is the oldest holiday that people still celebrate today? Christmas? Easter? Halloween? Good guesses, but all incorrect. Dennis Prager has another answer, one you probably haven’t considered. The more you know about this holiday, the more you realize its incomparable significance. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
3/12/20225 minutes, 26 seconds
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How To End Systemic Racism

There is systemic racism in America, and people of color are paying a terrible price because of it. It’s time to shine a bright light on the source of this regressive idea. PragerU’s own Amala Ekpunobi does just that. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
3/12/20225 minutes, 4 seconds
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Ronald Reagan: The Great Communicator

Few presidents have connected with the American people like Ronald Reagan did. Through a combination of persuasion and policy, our 40th president turned a depressed nation into a confident one. Scott Walker, former governor of Wisconsin and president of Young America's Foundation, explains how he did it. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
2/24/20225 minutes, 36 seconds
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Big Government, Big Business, Big Problems

Since the start of the Covid crisis, the American economy has been turned on its head. Times are good for the big guys — Big Business and Big Government. But what about for the small business owner, the personification of the American dream? Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
2/16/20225 minutes, 59 seconds
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Is The Foster Care System Racist?

The main goal of the foster care system is to help and protect kids… isn’t it? Unfortunately no, and the outcomes are often disastrous. Naomi Schaefer Riley, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, reveals the disturbing truth. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
2/11/20225 minutes
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Why You Shouldn't Live In Fear

What happens when fear overwhelms reason? Dennis Prager offers much-needed perspective into how fear—specifically irrational fear—affects both the individual and society. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
2/11/20225 minutes, 7 seconds
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Why Study History

Is it important to study history? Why do we need to know what’s come before us? Isn’t it enough to just “live in the moment?” Renowned historian Victor Davis Hanson explores these important questions. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
1/30/20225 minutes, 30 seconds
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Does Israel Occupy the West Bank?

How many times have you heard that Israel "occupies" the West Bank? But have you ever asked yourself whether that’s true? Or even what it means? Eugene Kontorovich, professor of law at George Mason University, dives into these questions and uncovers some surprising answers. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
1/20/20225 minutes, 46 seconds
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Can You Trust the NY Times?

The most influential news source in the world is the New York Times. Every day, hundreds of newspapers and news stations around the world follow its lead. After all, isn’t the Times the gold standard of journalism? Investigative reporter Ashley Rindsberg reveals the truth in this eye-opening video.
1/10/20225 minutes, 52 seconds
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Totalitarianism: Can It Happen in America?

What does totalitarianism look like? In the 20th century, it took the form of secret police violently silencing anyone who spoke out against the government. Now, it has a very different face — one we should be wary of just the same. Rod Dreher, author of Live Not By Lies, explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
1/10/20226 minutes, 7 seconds
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Personal Responsibility: The Ultimate Freedom

Personal responsibility. Who wants to hear about that? Well, you do… if you want to have any chance at health, wealth, and happiness. Author, musician, and podcaster Zuby explains exactly why.
12/31/20214 minutes, 39 seconds
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What's Wrong with Atheism? — Science and God

Is there any meaning to life? Or is life nothing more than a cosmic accident? Scientific atheists claim the latter, but ironically, it’s science itself that suggests the former.
12/27/20215 minutes, 37 seconds
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What Is Intelligent Design? — Science and God

Chances are if you've heard anything about intelligent design, you’ve heard that it's faith-based, not science-based. Is that true? Or does modern science, in fact, point us in the direction of a designing intelligence?
12/27/20215 minutes, 42 seconds
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Aliens, the Multiverse, or God? — Science and God

Even staunch Darwinists have acknowledged that life in the universe displays an appearance of design, rather than being created out of random chance. If that’s true, where did that design come from? In other words, does a design require a designer?
12/21/20215 minutes, 31 seconds
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How Did the Universe Begin? — Science and God

Was the universe always here, or did it have a beginning? If so, how did it start? Mankind has debated these questions for centuries and has only recently begun to find some answers. And those answers may point to some even more intriguing conclusions.
12/21/20215 minutes, 28 seconds
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Are Religion and Science in Conflict? — Science and God

Does belief in God get in the way of science? The idea that science and religion are inevitably in conflict is a popular way of thinking today. But the history of science tells a different story. Donate today and your gift will be TRIPLE MATCHED: PragerU.com/christmas
12/20/20216 minutes, 13 seconds
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3X: All gifts TRIPLE-MATCHED!

Help us continue reaching millions online. All gifts made on or before Christmas will be triple-matched. PragerU.com/christmas PragerU videos are changing the minds of millions of Americans. With your help, we can keep our videos free and ensure that we reach millions of young Americans.
12/15/20212 minutes, 56 seconds
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Are Pipelines Safe?

What’s the safest way to transport oil? According to environmentalists, progressive politicians, and the media, it’s anything but pipelines. Are they right? Diana Furchtgott-Roth, adjunct professor at George Washington University, dives into the data for answers. Download the PragerU app today and be the first to know when new content drops! PragerU.com/Join
12/13/20216 minutes, 9 seconds
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Pearl Harbor: A Day That Lives in Infamy

On December 7, 1941, the Japanese Imperial Navy bombed the US Naval base at Pearl Harbor. The surprise attack shocked the nation and brought it into a world war. To this day, it remains seared in America’s historical memory. Renowned historian Victor Davis Hanson explains why. Donate today to help keep PragerU videos and podcasts free! PragerU.com/donate
12/7/20216 minutes, 17 seconds
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Is America's Government Secular?

Was America founded to be a secular nation? In other words, does religion have no role in American politics or public policy-making? The answer is more complex than you might think. Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, explains. This video was made possible through our partnership with Dallas Baptist University. Learn more at PragerU.com/dbu
12/6/20215 minutes, 38 seconds
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The Plantation: Then and Now

It’s the 21st century. Slavery is long gone. Blacks are no longer imprisoned on plantations… right? Actually, many are — just not in the way they used to be. Candace Owens issues a wake-up call. It’s time for a new liberation. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
11/26/20216 minutes, 12 seconds
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Howard Zinn and the Book That Poisoned a Generation

One book and one author have changed how American history is taught. America is no longer the good guy but the cause of everyone’s problems. Who is the author? What is the book? And why has it become so popular? Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
11/20/20216 minutes, 4 seconds
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Arab, Israeli, and Proud

Yoseph Haddad has served in the Israeli Defense Forces. He’s also an Arab. Why would an Arab volunteer to join the Israeli military? If Israel really is an apartheid state, why would Haddad be proud to defend it? He explains. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
11/9/20216 minutes, 12 seconds
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Should We Be Colorblind?

Nothing reveals the moral confusion of our time more than those who label the term “colorblind” racist. Who would want to see themselves in terms of their skin color? And what does a person’s skin color really say about who they are — their likes, dislikes, values, and so on?
11/1/20215 minutes, 27 seconds
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Is There Really a Climate Emergency?

The climate is the most complex system on Earth. Is it really possible to project with any precision what it will be like 20, 40, or even 100 years from now? Steve Koonin, former Undersecretary for Science in the Obama Administration, challenges the confident assumptions of climate alarmists.
11/1/20216 minutes, 8 seconds
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ESG: Woke To Broke

What’s more important for a company: to make a profit, or to do “social good?” More and more companies seem to be focusing on the latter. But is that a good business strategy? And, what does that mean for the economy, for you… and your bank account? Donate to PragerU today to help keep our videos and podcast free! PragerU.com/donate
10/22/20215 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Bankrupting of America

What happens when you spend money you don’t have? Everyone knows the answer to that question. But what happens when the government does it on an unprecedented scale? Sooner or later, all debts have to be repaid. The question is, who’s going to foot the bill? Economist Stephen Moore has the answer. Get notified when PragerU's new short documentary drops! PragerU.com/tradingup
10/11/20216 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Difference Between a Democracy and a Republic

If you ask Americans to name their country’s form of government, most of them will say they live in a democracy. However, the real answer is more complicated (and unexpected) than that. Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, explains. Join PragerU's PREP (PragerU Resources for Parents and Educators) community: PragerU.com/prep
10/5/20216 minutes, 41 seconds
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Alexander Hamilton and Capitalism: Making America

Alexander Hamilton, the first treasurer of the United States, knew there was a better way for countries to become prosperous than by conquering others. What was his plan, and did it work? Dinesh D’Souza offers an assessment. Join PragerU Resources for Educators and Parents! Prageru.com/prep Donate today to help keep our videos and podcasts free: Prager.com/donate
10/4/20216 minutes, 38 seconds
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James Madison and the Constitution: Making America

James Madison insisted that his new nation could not succeed without a Constitution. Why? No other nation in the world had one. What made America different? Dinesh D’Souza unravels the mystery. Download the PragerU app today! Prageru.com/join
10/4/20216 minutes, 12 seconds
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Thomas Jefferson and Equality: Making America

“All men are created equal…” So says the Declaration of Independence, eloquently penned by Thomas Jefferson. But how do we reconcile the obvious contradiction between Jefferson's words about freedom and his actions as a slave owner? Dinesh D’Souza answers this question. Download the PragerU app today! Prageru.com/join
10/4/20216 minutes, 46 seconds
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John Adams and Virtue: Making America

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness is the shared goal of every American. We all have a pretty good idea about what life and liberty mean, but what about pursuit of happiness? John Adams, our second president, understood how crucial this concept was to the American idea. Dinesh D’Souza explains. Watch our latest short documentary, 'Restricted': Prageru.com/restricted
9/30/20216 minutes, 52 seconds
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Benjamin Franklin and the Self-Made Man: Making America

Benjamin Franklin was a scientist, inventor, diplomat, writer, and publisher. But he is best remembered for being the guiding spirit behind the founding of the United States. Dinesh D’Souza describes the key role Franklin played in America’s beginning. This episode is part of a 5-part series. Click here to watch the entire Making America series: https://l.prageru.com/watch Download the PragerU app today: https://www.prageru.com/join
9/28/20216 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Great Texas Freeze of 2021

In February 2021, the temperature in Texas dropped below zero. Not a big deal, right? Texas is the energy state. Just go home, turn on the heat, and hunker down. That’s how it should have gone. But it didn’t. What happened, and why? Watch PragerU's NEWEST short documentary, Miseducated: https://www.prageru.com/short-documentaries
9/20/20216 minutes, 25 seconds
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Understanding Nixon

The majority of Americans remember our 37th President Richard Nixon for one thing and one thing only: the Watergate scandal. But there’s much more to the man than that. Like him or not, he was one of the most significant figures of the 20th century.
9/13/20215 minutes, 47 seconds
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What Radical Islam and the Woke Have In Common

You’d think that Islamist extremists and leftist radicals would have nothing in common. But noted human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali has good reason to believe this is no longer the case. She explains in this eye-opening video.
9/7/20216 minutes, 10 seconds
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A Palestinian Explains Hamas

How do we make life better for those who live in Gaza? According to Palestinian political analyst Bassem Eid, we start by recognizing who is really responsible for the suffering that happens there. Today is the LAST DAY for TRIPLE MATCH donations! Please make a tax-deductible donation today to help us continue reaching millions of young people online. Donate today: PragerU.com/donate/
8/31/20216 minutes, 30 seconds
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A Short History of Slavery

Slavery didn’t start in 1492 when Columbus came to the New World. And it didn’t start in 1619 when the first slaves landed in Jamestown. It’s not a white phenomenon. The real story of slavery is long and complex. Candace Owens explains. August is PragerU's fundraising month! Please make a tax-deductible donation today to help us continue reaching millions of young people online. Your gift will be TRIPLE MATCHED this week. Donate today: PragerU.com/donate/
8/23/20216 minutes, 42 seconds
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What Unites Americans?

Americans come from every corner of the globe. We represent every race, every ethnicity, and every religion. So what brings us all together? Bobby Jindal, former governor of Louisiana, answers this key question. August is PragerU's fundraising month! Please make a tax-deductible donation today to help us continue reaching millions of young people online. Donate today: PragerU.com/donate/
8/16/20215 minutes, 39 seconds
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Why Even Atheists Should Teach Their Children about God

As a therapist, Erica Komisar is often asked by parents, “How do I talk to my child about death if I don’t believe in God or heaven?” Her answer is always the same. Can you guess what it is? August is PragerU's fundraising month! Please make a tax-deductible donation today to help us continue reaching millions of young people online. Your gift will be DOUBLE MATCHED today. Donate today: PragerU.com/donate/
8/9/20216 minutes, 26 seconds
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Who Celebrates Che Guevara?

Che Guevara is the face that launched a billion T-shirts. Even now, more than fifty years after his death, he inspires would-be revolutionaries and social justice warriors. Why is his appeal so enduring? Guatemalan radio and TV host Gloria Alvarez explains.
8/2/20215 minutes, 35 seconds
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Happy Birthday, Dennis Prager!

Make a donation to PragerU in honor of Dennis Prager's birthday! Make your gift at PragerU.com/dennis Dennis is obviously very special to us here at PragerU; he is the founder of this great company, after all, but more importantly it’s his enduring wisdom and dedication to American values that drive what we do here on a daily basis. Help make his birthday one he'll always remember! PragerU videos are changing the minds of millions of Americans. With your help, we can reach more people and change more minds. 100% of your tax-deductible donation will go towards the production and marketing of our videos. Your donation will help keep our videos free and help us continue to reach millions of young Americans.
8/2/20212 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Great Thomas Sowell

He’s an economist, an historian, a philosopher, and one of the greatest social theorists America has ever produced. His name is Thomas Sowell, and he might be the most important scholar you’ve never heard of. Jason Riley, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, tells his inspiring story.
7/26/20215 minutes, 31 seconds
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Fewer Penalties, More Crime

The role of a prosecutor is to pursue justice and enforce the law. That sounds straightforward, but more and more, that doesn’t seem to be happening. Why? Rafael Mangual, Deputy Director of legal policy at the Manhattan Institute, answers this important question.
7/20/20215 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Georgia Reform Law: Who Wants Fair Elections?

There are a lot of partisan political issues out there, but election integrity shouldn’t be one of them. How can we verify every legal ballot, while also making sure that as many people as possible have the opportunity to vote? Here’s a hint: we’ve already done it. Hans von Spakovsky, Senior Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, explains.
7/12/20215 minutes, 15 seconds
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What Do We Do About the Homeless?

Homelessness is one of the most vexing public policy problems we face. If you live in a big city, especially on the West Coast, you literally face it every day. And every day, it seems to get worse. Why? And what can we do about it? Christopher Rufo, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, has answers.
7/5/20215 minutes, 23 seconds
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John Adams: Our Second President

“The man to whom the country is most indebted for the great measure of independence is Mr. John Adams.” That was from a delegate to the Continental Congress. But how much do you know about this influential thinker and second president of the United States? Brad Thompson, Professor of Political Science at Clemson University, tells Adams’ remarkable story.
6/28/20215 minutes, 45 seconds
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Get Politics Out of Sports

Sports is the great unifier. It brings people of all races and backgrounds together. Or at least, it did. Podcaster and writer Jason Whitlock worries that when politics win, sports fans lose.
6/24/20215 minutes, 27 seconds
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Overmedicated America

Americans spend a fortune on healthcare, but it doesn’t seem to be making us any healthier. In fact, all the trend lines point to an increasingly obese, overmedicated, comorbid population. Why is this happening, and what can we do to reverse it? Johns Hopkins Medical School professor Dr. Marty Makary prescribes a remedy.
6/14/20215 minutes, 36 seconds
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Are Fathers Necessary?

Until recently, the need to explain why fathers are necessary would have been regarded as, well, unnecessary. But that’s not the case anymore. Dennis Prager explains why this isn’t just concerning—it’s dangerous.
6/7/20215 minutes, 25 seconds
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Taking on Woke Inc.

Congratulations, graduates! Your days of leftist indoctrination are behind you. Just kidding! The glass tower of the corporate world is fast becoming as woke as the ivory tower of the college world. In PragerU’s 2021 commencement address, Ben Shapiro offers some sage advice for how to stick to your values... no matter where you go.
6/1/20215 minutes, 16 seconds
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Watergate

If you ask most people to explain what Watergate was all about, they might say that it was about a bungled break-in that brought down a president. That’s true, but the break-in is the least significant part of the scandal. What else should you know? Radio host and columnist Hugh Hewitt has the real story.
5/24/20215 minutes, 38 seconds
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America's Promise

Americans are looking for love in all the wrong places---most specifically, Washington D.C. America promises us freedom and opportunity, but certainly not love. Jason Whitlock, sports journalist and podcaster, explains.
5/17/20215 minutes, 21 seconds
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Killing Comedy

Seth Dillon is the CEO of The Babylon Bee, where they write satire for a living. You’d think that would be easy in today’s absurd world, but in reality, it’s just the opposite. Seth explains why this endangers the very concept of free speech and the open exchange of ideas.
5/11/20214 minutes, 35 seconds
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Who Has Privilege?

To put it mildly, Adam Carolla didn’t grow up with privilege. He doesn’t even know how to spell it. So where did the current obsession with privilege come from? And how do we get over it?
5/4/20215 minutes, 5 seconds
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What Is Critical Race Theory?

Have you heard of Critical Race Theory? If you haven’t, you will. It’s coming to a high school, college, or workplace diversity training session near you. What do you need to know about it, and what can you do to stop it?
4/26/20214 minutes, 47 seconds
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China: Friend Or Foe?

With the help of the United States and other western powers, China has become an economic powerhouse. The idea was that prosperity would persuade China to align its interests with the other free nations of the world. But that’s not what happened. Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley explains why.
4/19/20215 minutes, 17 seconds
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Is Communism Moral?

Capitalism has produced freedom and crushed poverty. Communism has produced poverty and crushed freedom. So why is there still a debate as to which system is more moral? Dennis Prager explains.
4/12/20215 minutes, 25 seconds
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Follow the Science

Brian Keating is an astrophysicist at a major university. Science is his life. But when he hears someone say to “follow the science,” he gets nervous. Because that’s not how science works. And never has.
4/5/20214 minutes, 57 seconds
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Why Girls Become Boys

Ten years ago, it was unlikely that you knew someone who identified as transgender. Today, it’s unlikely that you don’t know someone who identifies as transgender. This is especially true of teenage girls. Abigail Shrier analyzes this disturbing trend and its implications.
3/29/20215 minutes, 33 seconds
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Understanding Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand is one of the most famous novelists and philosophers of the 20th century. Her ideas about free markets and free minds still captivate millions. Gloria Alvarez with the Objective Standard Institute tells Rand’s fascinating story.
3/24/20215 minutes, 24 seconds
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I Used To Be Antifa

Gabriel Nadales was an angry, bitter and unhappy young man — the perfect recruit for Antifa, the violent left-wing group which claims to fight against fascism. How did they find him? And how did he find his way out?
3/8/20214 minutes, 41 seconds
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What Is Identity Socialism?

There’s a new socialism in town. Its foundations are more cultural than economic. Dinesh D’Souza explains this major development in leftist thinking and its impact on your life.
3/1/20215 minutes, 27 seconds
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What Are Your Kids Learning in School?

Has the leftist indoctrination so prevalent in college reached down into our elementary and high schools, too? If so, what can concerned parents do about it? Jill Simonian, Director of Outreach for PragerU Resources for Educators and Parents, has answers.
2/22/20215 minutes, 21 seconds
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A Father’s Questions for Black Lives Matter

Dan Collins is the proud father of thirteen children. Eight are white and five, adopted, are black. He’s inclined to support the Black Lives Matter movement but would like some questions answered before he commits.
2/15/20215 minutes, 10 seconds
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Capitalism Wins

More and more, it seems people find it difficult to defend capitalism—even those who benefit from it most. But former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley takes a refreshingly different view: she thinks we should double down on it. Here’s why.
2/8/20215 minutes, 37 seconds
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Why Are Utilities So Expensive?

The cost of producing electricity has dropped significantly in the last decade. So why haven’t we seen those price drops reflected in our electricity bills? Charles McConnell, former Assistant Secretary of Energy in the Obama Administration, answers this riddle.
2/1/20215 minutes, 36 seconds
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No Past, No Future

Can we judge the past by the standards of the present? Many seem intent on proving not only that we can, but that we must. Social critic Douglas Murray doesn’t agree, and he explains why in this thought-provoking video.
1/25/20215 minutes, 15 seconds
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There Is No Apolitical Classroom

Do you know what’s going on in your kid’s school? The three R’s – reading, writing, and arithmetic – have taken a back seat to a fourth R. Max Eden, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, explains what that fourth R is, and why it’s so destructive.
1/18/20215 minutes, 37 seconds
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What I Can Teach You About Racism

Renowned political science professor Carol Swain started out life with every possible disadvantage. She ended up teaching at two of the most prestigious universities in the country. How did she do it? She shares her story and her wisdom in this inspiring video.
1/11/20215 minutes, 32 seconds
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Be Brave

Free speech and intellectual freedom are the civil rights issues of our time. Are you ready to defend them? That’s the question that former US Ambassador Nikki Haley poses in this challenging video.
1/4/20215 minutes, 28 seconds
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What Is Big Green?

You hear lots of dire predictions these days -- the planet is burning, the seas are rising, and so on. But what is the real purpose of all this doom and gloom? Is it to protect the environment? Or is there a different motive? Rogan O’Handley, aka DC Draino, gets to the bottom of these questions in this important video.
12/29/20205 minutes, 37 seconds
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Price Transparency: How to Fix Healthcare

How can a simple blood test cost $30 at one lab and $300 at another across the street? The answer to this question could save billions, as well as make healthcare more accessible and affordable for everyone. Will Bruhn, co-founder of Restoring Medicine, explains.
12/14/20205 minutes, 4 seconds
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How the Left Sees the World: Power, Race, and Class

How do those on the Left determine right from wrong? Since Marx, they’ve relied on a formula based on status, skin color, and wealth. But is that the way to reach a moral conclusion? Dennis Prager uses Israel and the United States to provide an illuminating perspective on this question.
12/7/20205 minutes, 29 seconds
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What's Wrong With the 1619 Project?

In August of 2019, the New York Times published the 1619 Project. Its goal is to redefine the American experiment as rooted not in liberty but in slavery. In this video, Wilfred Reilly, Associate Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University, responds to the 1619 Project’s major claims.
11/30/20205 minutes, 34 seconds
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You Can't Be Free Without This

It wasn’t an accident that the first amendment to the Constitution is about religious liberty. Why was it so important to the Founders? And why should it be just as important to you? Kelly Shackelford, President of First Liberty, explains.
11/23/20205 minutes, 18 seconds
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The End of Women's Sports

Selina Soule was one of the top five female high school sprinters in Connecticut... until competing against biological boys changed the game. Now, women aren’t just losing their races — they’re losing their chances to compete at all. Why is this happening? And what should we do about it?
11/16/20204 minutes, 43 seconds
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Abundant, Clean, and Safe

If you truly want to save the planet from global warming, there’s one energy source that can do it. It’s not wind or solar. It’s not coal, oil or natural gas, either. So what is it? Michael Shellenberger, founder of Environmental Progress, has the answer in this important video.
11/9/20205 minutes, 11 seconds
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Defining Liberty

The Framers wrote the Constitution to protect the liberty of American citizens. But what exactly did “liberty” mean to them? More importantly, what should it mean to you? Eugene Volokh, professor of constitutional law at UCLA, explores this important issue.
11/2/20204 minutes, 45 seconds
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Capitalism or Socialism: Which One Is More Democratic?

What is the difference between free-market capitalism and democratic socialism? And which system is actually more fair and responsive to the needs of the people? Here’s a hint: names can be deceiving. Dinesh D’Souza has the answers.
10/26/20205 minutes, 8 seconds
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Free the Freelancers

What’s the best way to protect the rights of workers? Let them determine their own job preferences, or mandate that companies provide them with certain protections? California has chosen to take the latter path. Has it worked? Is it a victory for workers, or a debilitating defeat? Patrice Onwuka of the Independent Women’s Forum looks into these questions. Her findings may surprise you.
10/19/20205 minutes, 17 seconds
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They Say Scandinavia But They Mean Venezuela

What do Democratic Socialists like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez want America to look like? They say they want America to emulate Scandinavian countries like Denmark and Sweden. But do their proposed policies reflect that? Or do they point down a darker path? Debbie D’Souza, a native Venezuelan and political commentator, investigates.
10/14/20205 minutes, 8 seconds
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How to Steal an Election: Mail-In Ballots

What’s the difference between absentee balloting and universal mail-in balloting? The latter might sound like a great idea, but is it really? Eric Eggers of the Government Accountability Institute answers this vitally important question.
10/13/20205 minutes, 8 seconds
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Where Do You Want to Live: Red State or Blue State?

We're supposed to be the United States of America. But in many ways, we're now divided into two very different nations: red states and blue states. Which ones are succeeding? Which ones are failing? And why? To answer these questions, economist Stephen Moore compares them side-by-side.
10/13/20205 minutes, 28 seconds
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Celebrating Columbus

Christopher Columbus, the most famous explorer in history, was once a celebrated hero. Now, many consider him a villain, a despoiler of paradise. So which version of Columbus is true? Michael Knowles answers this question and offers some much-needed historical perspective.
10/5/20205 minutes, 16 seconds
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Never Apologize to the Mob

What once was the start of healthy debate is now just as often a catalyst for personal and professional destruction. “The mob” is out to cancel anyone who crosses it. Paris Dennard describes the problem and offers a solution.
9/29/20205 minutes, 10 seconds
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I Love America Too Much to Stay Silent

Nestride Yumga experienced real corruption and civil rights abuses in Africa. Then she came to America, the land of opportunity, education, and freedom. So when Black Lives Matter protests declared America guilty of systemic racism and injustice, she knew she had to defend her adoptive country.
9/21/20204 minutes, 13 seconds
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What's Wrong with Wind And Solar?

Are wind, solar, and batteries the magical solutions to all our energy needs? Or do they come with too high a price? Mark Mills, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, analyzes the true cost — both economic and environmental — of so-called green energy.
9/14/20205 minutes, 19 seconds
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What Happened on 9/11

9/11 shocked America and changed the course of modern history. Everyone knows what happened on that day…right? The truth is, many young people don’t, but they need to. CJ Pearson explains why.
9/7/20204 minutes, 58 seconds
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Police Go Where the Crime Is

Are the police friend or foe? Are they necessary to preserve order, or are they unnecessarily intrusive? Do they have society’s best interest in mind, or are they racist and violent? Heather Mac Donald, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, analyzes the numbers behind these hot-topic questions.
9/1/20205 minutes, 28 seconds
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Is California Going Up In Flames?

California used to be the Golden State. Now the Blackout State might be more accurate, as the fear of wildfires forces public utilities to periodically power down. But wildfires have always been part of California’s history, so what’s changed? Radio talk show host John Kobylt’s answer to this burning question might surprise you.
8/24/20205 minutes, 41 seconds
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It's Time to Grow Up

We all know that there’s more to maturity than simply growing older. So what characteristics do you need to become a mature person? And why will that help you lead a better life? UCLA Medical School psychiatrist Dr. Stephen Marmer explains.
8/18/20205 minutes, 33 seconds
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Do We Have to Destroy the Earth to Save It?

Do wind turbines and solar farms hold the keys to saving the environment? Michael Shellenberger, founder of Environmental Progress and noted climate activist, used to think so. Now he’s not so sure. He explains why in this important video.
8/10/20204 minutes, 58 seconds
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Does College = Success?

Jeremy Boreing, co-founder of The Daily Wire, doesn’t have a college degree. Neither do Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, or a host of other innovators who have shaped our contemporary world. Which begs an important question: Is a college degree really necessary for success?
8/4/20204 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Rally That Changed My Mind

Psychologist and author Karlyn Borysenko wouldn’t be caught dead at a Trump rally. So what was she doing in a New Hampshire arena, surrounded by 11,000 cheering Trump supporters? And what did she take away from the experience? She explains what happened when perception met reality in this eye-opening video.
7/27/20204 minutes, 45 seconds
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If We Lose John Locke, We Lose America

Most of us learned the key ideas of the Declaration of Independence in school: that "all men are created equal," "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights," that government's job is "to secure these rights." This was a radical departure from the way things had always been. Where did these revolutionary ideas come from? Ben Shapiro explains in this illuminating video.
7/20/20204 minutes, 50 seconds
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Minimum Wage Cost Me My Job

What happens when politicians decide they are in a better position than business owners to know how much workers should be paid? We don't have to guess. Cities like Seattle and New York have already done so with their $15/hour minimum wage mandates. Simone Barron, a lifelong restaurant worker, recounts how "helping" her impacted her wallet, her career, and her life.
7/13/20205 minutes, 9 seconds
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Mother Knows Best: Why I Fight for School Choice

Are government schools really giving children the education they deserve? If you think the answer is “yes,” you haven't asked a parent with a child stuck in a bad school. Cecilia Iglesias, President of the Parent Union, knows first-hand that our education system is in deep trouble.
7/6/20204 minutes, 24 seconds
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Why I Love America

Dennis Prager has traveled all over the world. But at the end of every trip, he returns home with a new appreciation for America. Why? Because no country is more open, more generous, and has done more for the cause of freedom than America has.
7/6/20205 minutes, 17 seconds
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The Ferguson Lie

Most people think they know what happened in Ferguson, MO on August 9, 2014. Most people are wrong. Radio host and author Larry Elder presents a factual account of what really happened on that fateful day.
6/22/20205 minutes, 36 seconds
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Who's More Radical: the Left or the Right?

What would America look like if the Left got everything it wanted? What would America look like if the Right got everything it wanted? PragerU’s Will Witt fleshes out each of these scenarios in this provocative thought-experiment. The results might surprise you.
6/15/20204 minutes, 29 seconds
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Who Is Booker T. Washington?

In the years following the Civil War, Booker T. Washington devoted his life to helping blacks transition out of slavery and into freedom. While his ideas were never fully embraced in his time, today, more than a century later, they remain strikingly relevant. Derryck Green from Project 21 explains.
6/8/20205 minutes, 10 seconds
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Graduation 2020: The Covid Class

The 2020 graduating class faces challenges unlike any class before it. Uncertainty looms at every turn: job prospects, social interactions, and many other aspects of “normal life” once taken for granted. So what lessons can be learned from this unparalleled situation? Dennis Prager offers three.
6/5/20205 minutes, 2 seconds
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What Does Separation Of Church And State Mean?

Nearly every American knows the phrase “separation of church and state.” Do you know where it's from? Here’s a hint: it’s not in the Constitution. John Eastman, professor of law at Chapman University, explains how and why this famous phrase has played such an outsized role in American life and law.
5/27/20205 minutes, 29 seconds
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The Fallen Soldier

Others have made the ultimate sacrifice so that you could be free. Remember them—today, and always. A moving tribute, written and narrated by former Navy Seal and author Jocko Willink.
5/18/20205 minutes, 47 seconds
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Lies About Israel Lead to Lies About Everything

Why would someone like Sebastian Cevallos, a university student in Ecuador, care about Israel? You'd think this tiny country on the other side of the globe from where he lives would have no bearing on his life. But it does. Here’s why.
5/11/20204 minutes, 33 seconds
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Social Justice Isn't Justice

You’ll see a lot of references to justice in the Bible, but you’ll never see the word “social” precede it. Why? Is it simply because social justice is a new cause that post dates the Bible? Or is it because social justice, by its very nature, is directly at odds with justice as the Bible defines it? Allie Beth Stuckey, host of Relatable on BlazeTV, takes a fresh look at this important issue.
5/4/20205 minutes, 19 seconds
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The Bravery Deficit

Do you feel forced to keep your values to yourself? Are you afraid to speak up about your views and opinions for fear of creating family tension or losing your friends—or your job? Dave Rubin calls this being in the political closet—and it’s time to come out.
4/27/20204 minutes, 17 seconds
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Why Are So Many Americans in Prison?

Activist groups claim a biased criminal justice system has put too many people behind bars. The solution, they say, is to drastically cut the prison population. Even now, some states are using the coronavirus pandemic to double down on granting early release to thousands of prisoners. Rafael Mangual, Deputy Director of Legal Policy at the Manhattan Institute, urges caution: most people are in prison for a good reason.
4/6/20204 minutes, 35 seconds
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Conservatives Are the Real Environmentalists

Environmentalists are certain conservatives don’t care about clean air and clean water; that they’re happy to trade the planet for profit. Is it true? Do conservatives really care more about green pockets than green forests? Michael Knowles offers a much-needed new perspective.
3/30/20205 minutes, 22 seconds
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What Was Revolutionary About the American Revolution?

Everyone knows the basics of the American Revolution: thirteen North American colonies revolted against British rule and won their independence. But there’s much more to the story: the American Revolution, of all revolutions, was a game-changer for the entire world. How so? And most importantly, why? Renowned historian Allen Guelzo explains.
3/23/20205 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Intolerance of Tolerance

What does it mean to be tolerant? The dictionary defines tolerance as respecting others' opinions, especially those you disagree with. But in our polarized cultural climate, it’s come to mean something else entirely. Greg Koukl, president of Stand to Reason, sorts it all out.
3/16/20205 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Truth About Canadian Healthcare

Why can’t America’s healthcare system be more like Canada’s? Here’s a better question: why would you want it to be? French-Canadian entrepreneur Alain Lambert has first-hand experience with both Canada's and America's healthcare systems, and he offers some cautionary tales. Canadian-style healthcare might not be as good for your health as you think.
3/9/20205 minutes, 33 seconds
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Why Are So Many Young People Unhappy?

Why are young people so unhappy and so anxious about their future? Healthcare professionals and social scientists round the usual suspects: drug addiction, social media, cyberbullying and a host of other problems. But do you see something important missing from this list? Dennis Prager does.
3/2/20205 minutes, 30 seconds
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Is Voter Fraud Real?

What is the greatest threat to free and fair elections in America? Here’s a hint: it’s not Russia, or any other foreign power. It’s not a person, either. It’s something much more subtle, and much more dangerous. Investigative reporter Eric Eggers has the answer.
2/24/20205 minutes, 17 seconds
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Why the West Won

For the past few centuries, Western Civilization has dominated the world both culturally and economically. Why? Some point to imperialism, slavery, and colonial wars. But those sins are common to all empires throughout history. What separates the West from the rest? Stanford historian Niall Ferguson has the answer in this highly informative video.
2/17/20205 minutes, 18 seconds
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Dating: Don't Waste Your Time

Why does the world of dating seem so complicated? Lauren Chen, host of Pseudo-Intellectual on Blaze TV, offers some useful navigational tools. It starts with this basic question: what is the purpose of dating? The answer may shock you.
2/12/20204 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Market Will Set You Free

It’s time for free-market capitalism to reclaim its legacy as a creator of prosperity — not just for citizens of the Western world, but for people everywhere. It’s not capitalism that has to justify itself; it’s everything else. Why? Because everything else has resulted only in poverty. Does that surprise you? Are you skeptical? Andy Puzder, author of “The Capitalist Comeback,” has the charts and data to prove it.
2/3/20205 minutes, 9 seconds
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Is The National Anthem Racist?

The Star-Spangled Banner, long a treasured symbol of national unity, has suddenly become "one of the most racist, pro-slavery songs" in American culture. Why is this happening? And more importantly, is it true? USA Today columnist James Robbins explores the history of the song and its author to answer these questions.
1/27/20205 minutes, 4 seconds
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How To End White Privilege

Brandon Tatum doesn’t forgive you for your white privilege. How can he forgive you for something that doesn’t even exist? So, where did the notion of white privilege come from? Who does it benefit? And who does it hurt? The answers might surprise you.
1/20/20204 minutes, 54 seconds
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What Is "Fair"?

“Fairness” has become a Progressive obsession. The childhood lament, “it’s not fair!” is now a common refrain among many adults. No political discussion seems complete without someone insisting that the wealthy pay "their fair share.” But what does anybody mean by “fair”? In this video, social commentator Daniel Hannan attempts to answer this critically important question.
1/13/20204 minutes, 58 seconds
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Margaret Thatcher: The Woman Who Saved Great Britain

You’ve heard her name. You might even have seen a film about her. But do you know the whole story of Margaret Thatcher – where she came from, what she stood for, and the impact she had on Great Britain and the world? Renowned historian Niall Ferguson explains how the Iron Lady earned her status as one of the most important and influential women of the 20th century.
1/6/20205 minutes, 22 seconds
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What Was the Enlightenment?

The European Enlightenment of the 18th century introduced the world to modern science, economics, medicine, and political freedom – or so we’re told. But is what we’re told accurate? Political philosopher Yoram Hazony explores this question and offers some surprising answers in this truly enlightening video.
12/30/20195 minutes, 13 seconds
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@realNapoleonBonaparte

He was the most famous man of his time – so much so that his name still defines his age. Born on an obscure island into humble circumstances, he rose to conquer a continent. Yet most today know little of him beyond their impression from popular caricature. His improbable story and its far-reaching consequences – both positive and negative – are the subject of this video from renowned historian and Napoleon scholar Andrew Roberts.
12/23/20195 minutes, 11 seconds
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If You Hate Israel, You're No Friend of the Jews

It’s one thing to criticize Israel. It’s another thing entirely to be against the very existence of the Jewish state. In this clarifying video, Dennis Prager defines the difference and explains why anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism are one and the same.
12/16/20195 minutes, 37 seconds
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The Amazing History of Christmas

How much do you know about Christmas – about its origins and its many beloved traditions? Do you know where the idea of stocking-stuffers comes from? Or how lights found their way onto the Christmas tree? Or why we all have the jolly, red-suited, white-haired image of Santa Claus in our heads? In this video, historian William Federer explores the holiday’s rich and unique history.
12/9/20195 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Myth of Voter Suppression

Do Republicans win elections by preventing minorities from voting? The Left says yes, but the data says no. Jason Riley, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, settles the argument with hard evidence, separating fact from fiction.
12/2/20195 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Dark Art of Framing

Why do intelligent people – sometimes even our friends and family members – continue to fall for the Left’s false narrative? Jeff Myers, President of Summit Ministries, offers some compelling insight into the ways in which the Left manipulates words and emotions, and what you can do to protect yourself.
11/25/20194 minutes, 48 seconds
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How Big Government Hurts Women

Government-mandated employee perks might sound like a good way to help out working women, but, in reality, these programs do more harm than good. European women are already paying the price, and American women might be next. Carrie Lukas, President of Independent Women’s Forum, explains how keeping the government out of the workplace goes a long way toward keeping women in it.
11/18/20195 minutes, 18 seconds
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Who Should Win the Nobel Peace Prize?

They’ve saved the free world more than once. And they’re on the job preserving the peace right now. When it comes to making the world a more secure place for good and decent people everywhere, this one group deserves the bulk of the credit. Who is this group, and how can we ever thank them? Pete Hegseth, U.S. Army Major, has the answer.
11/11/20194 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Borderline Bar and Grill: A Tale of Men and Masculinity

On November 7, 2018, a gunman opened fire inside a crowded bar in Thousand Oaks, California. Lives were lost that night, but lives were also saved. Who saved them? How? What can these heroes teach us? Journalist Abigail Shrier answers these questions in this powerful video.
11/4/20194 minutes, 21 seconds
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Public Pensions: An Economic Time Bomb

Who cares about public pension liability? Well, you should -- after all, it’s the reason entire cities and even states are facing bankruptcy. Joshua Rauh, professor of finance at Stanford and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, paints a startling picture of just how broken the public pension system really is, and what will happen if we continue to ignore it.
10/28/20195 minutes, 5 seconds
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Evolution: Bacteria to Beethoven

For a century Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution has been as unquestioned as Newton’s theory of gravity. But science never stops asking questions. Or at least it’s not supposed to. Stephen Meyer, Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, takes up the challenge in this video. Are there questions about the origins of life that Darwinism can’t answer?
10/21/20195 minutes, 35 seconds
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Frederick Douglass: from Slave to Statesman

Frederick Douglass was born into slavery, but through his own heroic efforts became one of the most influential advocates for freedom in American history. His journey, a tale both agonizing and inspiring, should be known by everyone. Timothy Sandefur, author of "Frederick Douglass: Self-Made Man," guides us through Douglass’ amazing life.
10/14/20195 minutes, 31 seconds
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All I Want to Do Is Make Cookies

Most small businessmen have enough problems improving their product, marketing and meeting payroll. When Uncle Sam and his state and local cousins get involved, life and business invariably get harder. Common sense regulation benefits everyone. But there is a level of regulation that benefits no one — except bureaucrats. In this video, Joseph Semprevivo, founder and CEO of Joseph’s Lite Cookies, gives his not-so-sugar-coated account of how the government too often hinders much more than it helps.
10/7/20195 minutes, 22 seconds
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Why I Don't Want and Don't Deserve Reparations

The Reparations Movement — a government payout to descendants of slaves — is making a comeback. Super Bowl star Burgess Owens, who happens to be black and whose great grandfather was a slave, finds this movement both condescending and counterproductive. He wants no part of it. In this video, he explains why.
9/30/20194 minutes, 54 seconds
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How the Government Made You Fat

Ever since the introduction of the Food Pyramid in the early '90s, the average American has gotten fatter and sicker. Has this government-approved nutritional guideline — the basis of the modern “healthy diet” — led us astray? If so, how did this happen, and what can we learn from it? Cardiologist Dr. Bret Scher offers some food for thought on this very weighty issue.
9/23/20195 minutes, 33 seconds
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Goodbye, America

How is America to be defined? By its failures or its triumphs? Today, there seems to be an obsession with the former and a dismissal of the latter. Is this dark vision of the freest and most prosperous nation on earth an accurate narrative or a cynical distortion? James Robbins, columnist for USA Today and author of "Erasing America," considers that question in this video. How we view America's past will very much shape America's future.
9/16/20194 minutes, 28 seconds
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Reconstruction: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The period immediately following the Civil War (1865 -1877) is known as Reconstruction. Its promising name belies what turned out to be the greatest missed opportunity in American history. Where did we go wrong? And who was responsible? Renowned American history professor Allen Guelzo has the surprising answers in this eye-opening video.
9/9/20195 minutes, 27 seconds
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AJ+ Is Al Jazeera

There’s a social media site whose glitzy videos populate your newsfeed. Its content overflows with typical leftist tropes. No, it’s not CNN or MSNBC. You should know what it is and the nefarious people backing it. Raheem Kassam, author of No Go Zones, explains why, when you come across these videos, you should swipe left. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2eB2p0h
9/2/20194 minutes, 32 seconds
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Is College Worth It?

Is college a good investment? It’s getting harder and harder to make that case – for students and their parents. Today students often graduate weighed down by debt and free of practical wisdom. Before starting down the path to college, some sober, common sense reflection is more necessary than ever. Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA provides some much needed tutoring. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2eB2p0h
8/26/20195 minutes, 4 seconds
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PragerU v. YouTube

Free speech is in jeopardy. Big Tech behemoths like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter are putting their thumbs on the free speech scale, “restricting” conservative content they don’t like. PragerU is fighting back with a lawsuit against YouTube and its parent company, Google. The real winner (or loser) will be the American public. In this video, Attorney Eric George, who is representing PragerU, lays out our case. Be the jury.
8/19/20195 minutes, 50 seconds
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True For You But Not For Me

Can something be true for you and not true for me? In other words, is the truth relative or is the truth fixed? How you answer this question shapes the way you look at the world. Renowned philosophy professor Paul Copan provides an excellent road map through this tricky and vitally important issue.
8/12/20195 minutes, 5 seconds
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The Charlottesville Lie

Did President Trump call neo-Nazis “very fine people” during a famous press conference following the Charlottesville riots of August 2017? The major media reported that he did. But what if their reporting is wrong? Worse, what if their reporting is wrong and they know it’s wrong? A straight exploration of the facts should reveal the truth. That’s what CNN political analyst Steve Cortes does in this critically important video.
8/5/20195 minutes, 31 seconds
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What's The Deal With The Green New Deal?

There’s been a lot of talk about The Green New Deal. Beyond the headlines, what is it really? Given our energy needs, is it practical? Can we have an abundance of energy and a clean planet? Alex Epstein, the author of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, considers these questions and has thought-provoking answers.
7/29/20195 minutes, 38 seconds
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Why Can't America Fill a Pothole?

Why can’t America build or repair infrastructure on a par with countries in Europe or Asia? Why are our bridges, roads, and airports not what they should be? Aren’t we the richest and most technologically savvy country in the world? Who or what is holding us back? Kyle Smith of National Review has the surprising (and frustrating) answer.
7/22/20195 minutes
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How to Become a Dangerous Person

How do you become “dangerous”? Writer and Portland-based podcaster Nancy Rommelmann would have thought she was the last person to answer that question — until she publicly dared to raise some questions about the #MeToo movement. Then her life suddenly changed and she became public enemy number one. She tells her astonishing story — what happened and why — in this compelling video.
7/15/20194 minutes, 52 seconds
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Was Jesus a Socialist?

Did Jesus support socialism? Do the teachings of Jesus Christ condemn the accumulation of wealth while pushing for the equal distribution of resources? Lawrence Reed, president of the Foundation for Economic Education, explains the misconceptions surrounding one of history’s greatest figures.
7/8/20195 minutes, 9 seconds
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A Fine Time to Become an American

Renowned Oxford-trained historian Niall Ferguson recounts his recent experience of becoming an American citizen. His unique impressions are both moving and surprising — even to him.
7/1/20195 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Best Book to Read to Your Kids

What is the best book to read to your children? Which book most effectively conveys the values of love, compassion, hard work, justice, and virtue, and has the added benefit of endurance throughout history? Johnnie Moore, founder and CEO of The Kairos Company, explains the reasons why this longtime bestseller is the one every parent and child should read together.
6/24/20195 minutes, 27 seconds
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National Debt: Who Cares?

The U.S. national debt is massive – so massive that most Americans cannot comprehend it, much less solve it. But a crisis is looming, and a day of reckoning that will affect every American is coming. The Manhattan Institute’s Brian Riedl explains how we got here and what you can do about it.
6/17/20195 minutes, 14 seconds
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Who Does the Media Most Want to Silence?

In the mainstream media, women on the left are almost always portrayed as paragons of compassion and virtue. But when it comes to conservative women, it’s a different story. Why is this? Heather Higgins, chairman of the Independent Women’s Forum, explains the reasons behind the double standard.
6/10/20195 minutes, 20 seconds
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Big Tech Is Big Brother

George Orwell's fictionalized world where Big Brother reigns supreme is no longer a figment of the imagination, but a prophetic vision of present-day threats. Brent Bozell, founder of the Media Research Center, explains how and why Big Tech is making Orwell’s 1984 a 21st century reality.
6/3/20195 minutes, 11 seconds
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D-Day

On June 6, 1944, Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy in northern France. Their goal: to liberate Western Europe from Nazi tyranny. From a distance, it might seem that victory was pre-ordained, but no one felt that way at the time. British military historian Peter Caddick-Adams tells the incredible story of what happened on that monumental day.
5/27/20195 minutes, 20 seconds
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Discipline = Freedom

In this year’s 2019 PragerU Commencement Address, Navy Seal (Ret.) and best-selling author, Jocko Willink, offers some hard-learned, practical advice. It all starts with Discipline. That’s what will get you on the road to personal fulfillment and success – and keep you there. Watch and find out why.
5/20/20195 minutes, 23 seconds
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Why Don't You Support Israel?

Israel is one of the most free and most prosperous countries in the world. Not only is Israel a booming economy and a wellspring of innovation, it is the only democracy in the Middle East. So why is it so controversial to support the Jewish state? Stephen Harper, the 22nd Prime Minister of Canada, lays out several fundamental truths about America’s most critical ally.
5/13/20195 minutes, 21 seconds
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Why God Is A He

Is God a man, a woman, or a genderless force that cannot be identified by masculine or feminine traits? Society offers a range of ideas, but what do religious texts have to say about this immutable characteristic of God? Dennis Prager offers some insightful answers.
5/6/20195 minutes, 10 seconds
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Who Are the Racists?

To call someone a racist is a serious charge. Conservatives are accused of racism by the left on a daily basis. Are the accusations fair? Or is something else going on? Derryck Green of Project 21 provides some provocative answers.
4/29/20195 minutes, 15 seconds
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Is Denmark Socialist?

Socialism has failed across the world – from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe to China, Vietnam, North Korea and, most recently, Venezuela. So now the left references countries like Denmark as “proof” that socialism works. Otto Brons-Petersen explains why they’re wrong: Denmark is just as capitalist as the United States.
4/22/20195 minutes, 11 seconds
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Preferred Pronouns or Prison

“He.” “She.” “They.” Have you ever given a moment’s thought to your everyday use of these pronouns? It has probably never occurred to you that those words could be misused. Or that doing so could cost you your business or your job—or even your freedom. Journalist Abigail Shrier explains how this happened and why it's become a major free speech issue.
4/15/20195 minutes, 11 seconds
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Why Has The West Been So Successful?

The Western world has produced some of the most prosperous and most free civilizations on earth. What makes the West exceptional? Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief of the Daily Wire and author of “The Right Side of History,” explains that the twin pillars of revelation and reason — emanating from ancient Jerusalem and Athens — form the bedrock for Western civilization's unprecedented success.
4/8/20195 minutes, 33 seconds
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The Chicago Fire: America at Its Best

The most famous fire in American history happened in Chicago on October 8, 1871. But it’s not the fire that was so remarkable; it’s what happened afterwards. Lee Habeeb, host of the nationally syndicated radio show “Our American Stories,” explains.
4/1/20195 minutes, 21 seconds
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The Left Ruins Everything

From the Boy Scouts to literature, from the arts to universities: the left ruins everything it touches. Dennis Prager explains.
3/25/20195 minutes, 33 seconds
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DivestU

It’s no longer a secret that many college campuses today are nothing more than leftist indoctrination camps. But what can we do about it? Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, offers a simple and effective solution. This video was made possible by a generous grant from Colorado Christian University. Learn more at https://www.PragerU.com/CCU
3/18/20195 minutes, 15 seconds
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Sex Matters

Are the differences between men and women biological or socially constructed? What do women want from a relationship? What do men want? Are they the same? Or are they much different? Sean McDowell, Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Biola University sorts it all out in this eye-opening video.
3/11/20194 minutes, 37 seconds
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Capitalism vs. Socialism

Decades after capitalism seemed to have triumphed over socialism, politicians are once again arguing about the merits and drawbacks of these opposing economic systems. Why are we still having this debate? Andy Puzder, former CEO of the parent company of Hardee's and Carl's Jr., explains the misconceptions that keep the debate alive.
3/4/20195 minutes, 5 seconds
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Is Harvard Racist?

Harvard University’s admissions policy is proof that one can remember negative history, write about it in great and vivid detail, and still be doomed to repeat it. In the name of “affirmative action” and “diversity,” Harvard is doing to Asian-American applicants exactly what it once did to Jewish applicants: discriminate. Lee Cheng explains.
2/25/20195 minutes, 27 seconds
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What Made George Washington Great?

There would have never been a United States of America without George Washington. John Rhodehamel, author of "George Washington: The Wonder of the Age," details how Washington successfully guided the budding nation through war and nurtured her in peace.
2/18/20195 minutes, 20 seconds
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America Wants Legal Immigrants

Virtually everyone knows America has a big illegal immigration problem. But we also have a legal immigration problem: Current U.S. immigration policy is not serving the best interests of America. Is there a way to protect American citizens and still welcome newcomers to our shores? Reihan Salam offers an insightful solution.
2/11/20195 minutes, 3 seconds
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Why You Can't Argue With A Leftist

When two people share the same goals, they can disagree – even strongly disagree – and still have a productive discussion about how to reach those shared objectives. As comedian and author Owen Benjamin explains, the problem with America today is we no longer share the same goals, and that’s tearing us apart.
2/4/20194 minutes, 22 seconds
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Why Trump Won

Were you shocked at the results of the 2016 American presidential election? Most people were, but Stephen Harper was not one of them. Here, the former Prime Minister of Canada explains the trends that foreshadowed Trump’s victory and left many political elites looking wildly out of touch.
1/28/20195 minutes, 3 seconds
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What It Takes to Become a Millionaire

What’s the difference between America’s millionaires and the rest of us? Chris Hogan, author of Everyday Millionaires, and his research team interviewed over 10,000 millionaires to find out, and what they discovered exploded a number of common myths.
1/21/20195 minutes, 5 seconds
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Where Are You, Martin Luther King?

A half-century after his death, Martin Luther King Jr. is as revered as ever. But have we been following his example, or merely paying lip service to his ideas? Jason Riley, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, weighs in.
1/14/20195 minutes, 2 seconds
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Public Union: Public Enemy

Public-sector unions have been gaming the political system for decades, bankrupting whole cities and plunging states into massive debt. How did this happen and can it be stopped? Akash Chougule, senior policy fellow for Americans for Prosperity, has the answers in this sobering video from Prager University.
1/11/20195 minutes, 6 seconds
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Is Fascism Right or Left?

Every Republican president since the 1970s has been called a fascist. Ironic, no? After all, fascism has its roots in the left. Dinesh D'Souza, author of The Big Lie, explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 20 seconds
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What Was the Cold War?

The decades-long “Cold War” (1947-1989) between the United States and the Soviet Union was so named because the two global powers never came to direct blows. Yet, the war was not without its victims. In fact, millions of Cubans, Koreans and Vietnamese suffered under Communist tyranny. In this video, Renowned British historian Andrew Roberts explains why “The Cold War” could just as easily be called “The Third World War.”
1/11/20195 minutes, 37 seconds
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Make Men Masculine Again

Rape, murder, war – all have one thing in common: Men. The solution seems simple: make men less toxic – make men less masculine. In this video, Allie Stuckey, Host of "Allie" on CRTV & "Relatable" podcast, explains why demonizing masculinity is not the solution, but the problem.
1/11/20194 minutes, 53 seconds
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The Strange Death of Comedy

Tell a joke now and who knows who you might offend? Identity politics is taking the fun out of just about everything. This is – no fooling – a very serious problem. Actor/Comedian Owen Benjamin explains why and what needs to be done about it.
1/11/20194 minutes, 15 seconds
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Why the 3/5ths Compromise Was Anti-Slavery

Is racism enshrined in the United States Constitution? How could the same Founding Fathers who endorsed the idea that all men are created equal also endorse the idea that some men are not? The answer provided in this video by Carol Swain, former professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University, may surprise you.
1/11/20194 minutes, 46 seconds
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So, You Think You're Tolerant?

Are you tolerant? You probably think so. But who is tolerant in America today? Is it those on the left, or those on the right? In this video, Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report analyzes this question and shares his experience.
1/11/20194 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Amazing Life of Ulysses S. Grant

No American led a more eventful life than Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States and the Union Army's most celebrated general. Garry Adelman, director of history and education at the Civil War Trust, tells Grant’s amazing story in this inspiring video.
1/11/20195 minutes, 14 seconds
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American Media, Soviet Tactics

The job of a journalist is to report facts, add context where necessary, and leave it to the consumer to decide what he thinks. In this video, James O’Keefe, founder and president of Project Veritas, explains why fewer and fewer people trust modern-day “journalism.”
1/11/20195 minutes, 13 seconds
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What Is Intersectionality?

Intersectionality is the newest fad in political activism. What is it? Who’s involved? And, what does it even mean? Nobody is better prepared to answer these questions than Daily Wire editor-in-chief and podcast sensation, Ben Shapiro. He breaks it all down in this invaluable video.
1/11/20193 minutes, 51 seconds
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Dangerous People Are Teaching Your Kids

Dangerous people are filling the heads of young people with dangerous nonsense. Who are these people? They are what Jordan Peterson calls “the post-modernists:” neo-Marxist professors who dominate our colleges and universities. And here’s the worst part: we are financing these nihilists with tax dollars, alumni gifts and tuition payments. Time to wise up.
1/11/20194 minutes, 43 seconds
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Adam Carolla: Don't Make Things Worse

Adam Carolla, comedian, social critic and host of the wildly popular Adam Carolla podcast, delivers the 2018 commencement address for PragerU. He offers some sage advice and makes a heart-felt request — as only Adam can.
1/11/20194 minutes, 40 seconds
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America's 2nd War of Independence

In this video, author Brian Kilmeade sheds light on the largely and unfortunately overlooked War of 1812. Kilmeade explains how this war got started, the daunting odds against a nation in its infancy, and the unlikely hero who secured America’s young nation’s future by pulling off one of the greatest upsets in military history.
1/11/20195 minutes, 16 seconds
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Playing the Black Card

In America, there's a card more valuable than any card from Visa or American Express. What is it? How can you get one? Candace Owens, Communications Director for Turning Point USA, answers these questions.
1/11/20194 minutes, 43 seconds
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The Suicide of Europe

Europe is committing suicide. How did this happen? In this video, Douglas Murray, author of The Strange Death of Europe, explains the two major causes of Europe’s impending downfall.
1/11/20195 minutes, 32 seconds
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Walt Disney: American Dreamer

Walt Disney was the twentieth century’s prime example of American ingenuity. How did he do it? In this video, Glenn Beck, best-selling author and host of The Glenn Beck Program, explains how Disney became a household name, and how he proved that in America, the only limit to your ambition is your own imagination.
1/11/20195 minutes, 19 seconds
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Control the Words, Control the Culture

The culture war is first and foremost a war of words - and the left is winning. The consequences can be seen everywhere: in politics, in education, in media. In this video, Michael Knowles, host of the Michael Knowles Show, explains why we should not cede another syllable.
1/11/20194 minutes, 30 seconds
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What's a Greater Leap of Faith: God or the Multiverse?

What's a greater leap of faith: God or the Multiverse? What's the multiverse? Brian Keating, Professor of Physics at the University of California, San Diego, explains in this video.
1/11/20194 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cops Are the Good Guys

Are cops perfect? Of course not. And no one should expect them to be. But every single day, under the most difficult conditions, the police protect us from the bad guys. In other words, they do their job and they do it well. Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke makes it very clear: cops are not the problem.
1/11/20195 minutes, 5 seconds
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As the Rich Get Richer, the Poor Get Richer

The rich are getting richer, and the poor are... also getting richer. What's driving this wealth creation process? In this video, Daniel Hannan explains why it is capitalism — and capitalism alone — that has led to the unprecedented enrichment that is the central fact of Western life.
1/11/20195 minutes, 26 seconds
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Eye for an Eye: One of the Greatest Ideas in History

Nowadays, many people, particularly those living in Western civilization, no longer regard their society as morally superior to any other. In this video, Dennis Prager lays out how this view does not spring from intellectual rigor, but from intellectual laziness.
1/11/20195 minutes, 4 seconds
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Blacks in Power Don't Empower Blacks

Between 1970 and 2012, the number of black elected officials rose from fewer than 1,500 to more than 10,000. How has this affected the black community? Jason Riley of The Manhattan Institute answers the question in this video.
1/11/20195 minutes, 34 seconds
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Let Kids Be Kids

Lenore Skenazy, President of Let Grow, encourages parents to do what parents have always done: follow basic safety rules, and then let their kids be kids.
1/11/20194 minutes, 41 seconds
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Brexit: Why Britain Left the European Union

Is the European Union good for Europe? Or would Europeans be better off without it? Nigel Farage, a leader of the United Kingdom's Brexit movement, shares his view.
1/11/20195 minutes, 4 seconds
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Dear Celebrities: No One Cares What You Think

We adulate celebrities so much, it's no wonder they're under the impression that we care about their political opinions. The truth is, we don't. In this video, Candace Owens, Director of Urban Development for Turning Point USA, lets unaware celebs in on the reality: no one cares what they think.
1/11/20194 minutes, 12 seconds
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Churchill: The Man Who Saved the Free World

The West is free today thanks in large part to one man – Winston Churchill. Historian and bestselling author Andrew Roberts explains how Churchill saved the world from Nazi Germany.
1/11/20195 minutes, 16 seconds
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How Lincoln Changed the World in Two Minutes

Why do Lincoln's iconic words at Gettysburg still matter to each and every one of us? Professor Doug Douds of the Army War College explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 56 seconds
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What You Need to Know About Planned Parenthood

What does Planned Parenthood really do? What do they actually stand for? President and founder of Live Action, Lila Rose, lays out everything you need to know about Planned Parenthood.
1/11/20195 minutes, 2 seconds
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Can Climate Models Predict Climate Change?

Predicting climate temperatures isn't science – it's science fiction. Emeritus Professor of Physics at Princeton University Will Happer explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 55 seconds
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Fix Yourself

Want to make the world a better place? Start by bettering yourself. Best-selling author and clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson explains how incremental daily changes can lead to a better life and ultimately a more harmonious world.
1/11/20195 minutes, 7 seconds
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I'm Gay...Conservative...So What?

Guy Benson is a free market advocate and a small government conservative. Oh, and he's gay. Surprised? You shouldn't be. Watch the video to see why. *It is not the intent of PragerU to make a religious statement or take a religious position with this video. The intent is solely to argue that one's sexual orientation does not have to define one's political values.
1/11/20194 minutes, 25 seconds
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The Inconvenient Truth About the Republican Party

When you think of the Republican Party, what comes to mind? If you’re like many Americans, you may associate the GOP with racism, sexism, and general inequality. It’s a commonly pushed narrative by left-leaning media and academia, but as former Vanderbilt Professor of Political Science Carol Swain explains, the Republican Party was actually responsible for nearly every advancement for minorities and women in U.S. history—and remains the champion of equality to this day.
1/11/20195 minutes, 17 seconds
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Is There Life After This Life?

What happens after we die? Does everything just end? Or, is there something that comes after this life? Who hasn’t asked themselves these questions? In this compelling video, Dennis Prager deals with the issue of the afterlife head on.
1/11/20194 minutes, 51 seconds
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Trophies Are for Winning

Should kids be given trophies for playing sports, even when they don't win? Are participation trophies a good or bad thing for young athletes? Former Olympian and LA Galaxy soccer star Cobi Jones shares his thoughts.
1/11/20194 minutes, 42 seconds
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Hollywood Wants Your Money...and Your Mind

Imagine a group so powerful they could beam ideas directly into your head. Well, you don't have to imagine -- it's Hollywood. Ben Shapiro, Editor of the Daily Wire, explains the world's largest mass propaganda machine.
1/11/20194 minutes, 25 seconds
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Social Security Won't Give You Security

If you're counting on Social Security to finance your retirement, you're in for a big surprise. Money expert Chris Hogan explains why.
1/11/20195 minutes, 22 seconds
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An Arab Muslim in the Israeli Army

Why would an Arab Muslim serve in the Israeli military? Because he, like many Israeli Arabs, proudly defend the nation that has given them freedom and opportunity. Mohammad Kabiya, Israeli Air Force reservist, shares his remarkable story.
1/11/20195 minutes
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Everyone Should Stand for the National Anthem

Why should every American stand for the National Anthem? Because the Anthem and the flag represent America, and America is a free nation. That alone is worth standing for. Joy Villa, singer, songwriter, and recording artist, explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Key to Unhappiness

Want to be miserable, resentful, and bitter? Few people do, and yet many people are. Why? Because many people have the one primary character trait that leads to unhappiness. And you need to avoid it. Nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 5 seconds
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What's the Truth About the First Thanksgiving?

Should Americans celebrate Thanksgiving as a day of gratitude? Or should they mourn it as a day of guilt? Michael Medved, author of The American Miracle, shares the fascinating story of the first Thanksgiving.
1/11/20195 minutes, 40 seconds
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What Happens When Google Disagrees With You?

Is Google open to a diverse array of viewpoints? Or is it an ideological echo chamber? Just ask former Google software engineer James Damore. He was fired for disagreeing with Google's (left-wing) orthodoxy. In this video, James shares his story.
1/11/20194 minutes, 21 seconds
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Why No One Trusts the Mainstream Media

Trust in the media is at an all-time low. But should it be? Why do fewer and fewer Americans trust the mainstream media. Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson, author of The Smear, explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 2 seconds
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How the States Can Save America

Washington is gigantic, corrupt, and unaccountable. Could a Convention of States fix that? Get informed, and see what an Article V Convention would look like. Jim DeMint, former senator from South Carolina, explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 19 seconds
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What is the Alt-Right?

What is the alt-right? What is its worldview? How big is it? Michael Knowles, bestselling author and host of The Michael Knowles Show, took a deep dive into alt-right culture. Here's what he learned.
1/11/20194 minutes, 29 seconds
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How to Raise Kids Who Are Smart About Money

Parents are responsible for teaching kids how to manage money. But too few do. Personal finance expert and bestselling author Rachel Cruze reveals the three things every child (and adult) needs to know about money.
1/11/20194 minutes, 20 seconds
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Gun Rights Are Women's Rights

The right to bear arms isn't just a constitutional issue -- it's a women's rights issue. Author and commentator Katie Pavlich explains why guns are the great equalizer between men and women.
1/11/20194 minutes, 42 seconds
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The "Anti-Hate" Group That Is a Hate Group

The Southern Poverty Law Center bills itself as a watchdog of hate groups. But is this just a cover for its true aims? Journalist and author Karl Zinsmeister explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 47 seconds
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Did FDR End the Great Depression?

Did FDR help end the Great Depression? Did his New Deal improve an otherwise hopeless economy? Lee Ohanian, Professor of Economics at UCLA and consultant to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 16 seconds
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Gender Identity: Why All the Confusion?

Are male and female one and the same? Or are there real male-female differences rooted in biology? Ashley McGuire, author of "Sex Scandal: The Drive to Abolish Male and Female," explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 29 seconds
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The Secret to Success

Is there a "secret" to success? Yes, but it's not a secret. Michele Tafoya, Sideline Reporter for NBC Sunday Night Football, shares the secret...that you already knew.
1/11/20193 minutes, 51 seconds
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Does Israel Discriminate Against Arabs?

Does Israel discriminate against Arabs? Is it today's version of apartheid South Africa? Olga Meshoe, herself a South African whose family experienced apartheid, settles the question once and for all.
1/11/20195 minutes, 29 seconds
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Are Some Cultures Better than Others?

Are some cultures better than others? Or are all cultures and their values equal? Bestselling author Dinesh D'Souza, who was born in India and moved to America, explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 2 seconds
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Why Self-Esteem Is Self-Defeating

Is having high self-esteem key to happiness? That's what children are told. But is it true? Or can that advice be doing more harm than good. Author and columnist Matt Walsh explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 29 seconds
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If You Live in Freedom, Thank the British Empire

Was the British Empire a good or bad thing for the world? To put it another way, is freedom a good or bad thing for the world? Historian and author H.W. Crocker III explains why we may want to rethink the British Empire's bad rap.
1/11/20195 minutes, 11 seconds
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Why Is Health Insurance so Complicated?

Why is health insurance so complicated, while car insurance and life insurance are so simple? Can health insurance be more like, well, insurance? Lanhee Chen, fellow at the Hoover Institution, explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 5 seconds
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If You Hate Poverty, You Should Love Capitalism

Did you know that since 1970, the percentage of humanity living in extreme poverty has fallen 80 percent? How did that happen? Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 17 seconds
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How's Socialism Doing in Venezuela?

Venezuela is falling apart. Its economy? Ruined. Its people? Hungry. Its government? Corrupt. What happened? In a word, socialism. Debbie D'Souza, a native Venezuelan and political activist, explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 9 seconds
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Who Does a $15 Minimum Wage Help?

Would a nationwide $15 minimum wage help or hurt American workers? Andy Puzder, former CEO of the parent company of Hardee's and Carl's Jr., explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 15 seconds
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How Iraq Was Won and Lost

What if people have the war in Iraq backwards? What if George W. Bush and the U.S. military won it, and Barack Obama and the Democrats gave it away? Well, we don't have to wonder what if, because Pete Hegseth, who served in Iraq, explains what happened.
1/11/20195 minutes, 16 seconds
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College Made Me a Conservative

Jay Stephens went into her elite liberal arts college a social justice warrior....and graduated as a get-off-my-lawn conservative. How did that happen? Watch Jay's story.
1/11/20194 minutes, 6 seconds
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Is the Death Penalty Ever Moral?

Are there circumstances under which a murderer deserves the death penalty? In other words, should capital punishment be abolished or not? Dennis Prager explains.
1/11/20195 minutes
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The War On Cars

There is a war against cars in America. Regulators want Americans out of cars and onto trains, buses, and bicycles. Why? Because of what cars represent -- freedom. Automotive expert Lauren Fix ("The Car Coach") explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 14 seconds
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Why Did the Democratic South Become Republican?

The south used to vote Democrat. Now it votes Republican. Why the switch? Was it, as some people say, because the GOP decided to appeal to racist whites? Carol Swain, Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt University, explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 4 seconds
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Government Can't Fix Healthcare

Why is the government so bad at healthcare? Why did Obamacare make it more expensive than it already was? Is there a solution? Former Member of Congress Bob McEwen explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 6 seconds
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Black, Millennial, Female and… Conservative

Antonia Okafor, a young, single, black woman, recently discovered that's she's a racist, sexist, misogynist. How in the world did this happen? None other than Antonia Okafor explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 17 seconds
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School Choice Saved My Life

Poor students deserve just as good an education as rich students, right? So why are so many stuck in failing public schools? Denisha Merriweather, who benefited from school vouchers, explains the problem and the solution.
1/11/20194 minutes, 45 seconds
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Was America Founded to Be Secular?

Did the Founding Fathers want American society to be religious or secular? Joshua Charles, author of Liberty's Secrets, explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 46 seconds
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What Is Fake News?

What is fake news? Is Donald Trump correct when he says CNN, The New York Times, and other mainstream outlets report fake news? Commentator and bestselling author Andrew Klavan explains.
1/11/20195 minutes, 12 seconds
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JFK: Democrat or Republican?

John F. Kennedy lowered taxes, opposed abortion, supported gun rights, and believed in a strong military. And he was a proud Democrat. But would he be one today? Author and talk show host Larry Elder explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 36 seconds
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When Transparency Really Means Tyranny

When you hear the word "transparency," what comes to mind? Maybe words like openness and honesty. But David French, Senior Writer for The National Review, shows how progressive activists, under the guise of "transparency," are ruining the lives of many good Americans.
1/11/20195 minutes, 5 seconds
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Why You Love Capitalism

Do you use an iPhone? Watch Netflix? Listen to Spotify? Then you love capitalism and can't stand big government. How do we know? Jared Meyer of the Foundation for Government Accountability explains.
1/11/20194 minutes, 51 seconds
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How to Get Kids to Listen

Why is it so hard for so many parents and teachers to get kids to do as they are told? Because too many adults have followed some very bad advice. Family psychologist John Rosemond offers some useful tips on how to get the little barbarians to listen.
1/11/20194 minutes, 37 seconds
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Build the Wall

Can America solve its illegal immigration problem both justly and humanely? Yes, but it requires first building a border wall. Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Charles Krauthammer explains why.
1/10/20195 minutes, 21 seconds
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Why Did America Fight the Vietnam War?

Why did America fight the Vietnam War? The military suffered over 58,000 casualties, and America withdrew in defeat. What for? Historian Victor Davis Hanson explains.
1/10/20194 minutes, 27 seconds
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Is Organic Food Worth the Cost?

Are organic foods really healthier than non-organic foods? Are they better for animals? Are they better for the environment? Bjorn Lomborg, president of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Inconvenient Truth About the Democratic Party

Did you know that the Democratic Party defended slavery, started the Civil War, founded the KKK, and fought against every major civil rights act in U.S. history? Watch as Carol Swain, professor of political science at Vanderbilt University, shares the inconvenient history of the Democratic Party.
1/10/20195 minutes, 35 seconds
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What's a Quarter-Life Crisis?

You've heard of the midlife crisis. But have you heard of the quarter-life crisis? It hits millions of young professionals like a brick. Former White House Press Secretary and Fox News host Dana Perino knows exactly what it feels like. She also has some great advice for how to get through it.
1/10/20194 minutes, 35 seconds
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Facts Don't Care About Your Feelings

Why does it seem as if America's college campuses have totally lost it? Well, because they have. In short, feelings now rule facts, and victims are heroes. But here's a fact: If you're a college student in the United States, you're almost certainly NOT a victim. Ben Shapiro explains why.
1/10/20194 minutes, 3 seconds
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What's Wrong with E-Cigarettes?

Are e-cigarettes a safe alternative to cigarettes? Could they help millions of smokers quit smoking? If so, why would anti-tobacco activists oppose e-cigarettes? Get the truth about e-cigarettes in this short video.
1/10/20195 minutes, 21 seconds
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Why Isn't Communism as Hated as Nazism?

When people think of humanity's greatest evils, why is "communism" rarely mentioned? After all, it has caused more suffering than any other ideology, including Nazism. Watch Dennis Prager's account of communism's horrific legacy.
1/10/20195 minutes, 6 seconds
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Where Are the Moderate Muslims?

After every terrorist attack, politicians and pundits reassure us that the atrocity does not represent the true beliefs of the "moderate Muslim majority." But how many moderates are there? And what exactly does "moderate" mean? Military instructor and researcher Hussein Aboubakr explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 44 seconds
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American Indians Are Still Getting a Raw Deal

American Indians are the poorest of all of America's ethnic groups. Why? After all, the government has granted them massive reservations and created entire agencies to look after them. Well, maybe that's why. Naomi Schaefer Riley, author of "The New Trail of Tears," explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 9 seconds
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Why Special Needs Students Want School Choice

Every student with special needs deserves a good education, right? So why are so many of them stuck in public schools that can't meet their needs? Jake Olson, a blind student at USC, explains why school choice is the right choice for students with special needs.
1/10/20194 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Least Diverse Place in America

What is the least diverse place in America? It's the institution that most actively seeks racial, ethnic, gender, and cultural diversity: the college campus! Colleges want students to look different, but think the same. Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 16 seconds
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Single-Payer Health Care: America Already Has It

Could a single-payer, government-run health care system work in the United States? We already know the answer, because America already has single-payer, government-run health care. Author and commentator Pete Hegseth explains.
1/10/20194 minutes, 48 seconds
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Calling Good People "Racist" Isn't New: the Case of Ty Cobb

Ruining someone's name is very easy. So is calling them a "racist." Take the case of Ty Cobb, one of the greatest baseball players ever. Cobb is known as a racist and a dirty ballplayer. Is it true? Charles Leerhsen, author of "Ty Cobb: A Terrible Beauty" sets the record straight.
1/10/20194 minutes, 48 seconds
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How Socialism Ruined My Country

Is Bernie Sanders right? Are people living under socialism better off? Brazil is a good case study. Felipe Moura Brasil, a journalist and Veja magazine columnist, explains how his country has fared under socialism.
1/10/20195 minutes, 3 seconds
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Why Isn't There a Palestinian State?

Why don't the Palestinians have their own country? Is it the fault of Israel? Of the Palestinians? Of both parties? David Brog, Executive Director of the Maccabee Task Force, shares the surprising answers.
1/10/20195 minutes, 31 seconds
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If There Is No God, Murder Isn't Wrong

If there is no God, murder isn't wrong. You may think it's wrong, but how do you know it's wrong? As Dennis Prager explains, without God, all morality is mere opinion.
1/10/20195 minutes, 5 seconds
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There Is Only One Way Out of Poverty

What's the best way to help people stuck in poverty get out of poverty? Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, shows where conservatives and progressives differ.
1/10/20194 minutes, 7 seconds
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There is No Gender Wage Gap

Is there a gender wage gap? Are women paid less than men to do the same work? Christina Hoff Sommers, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, explains the data.
1/10/20195 minutes, 26 seconds
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Is Gun Ownership a Right?

What does the Second Amendment say? Is gun ownership a right for all Americans? Or just for a small militia? Eugene Volokh, Professor of Law at UCLA, explains what the Founding Fathers intended.
1/10/20194 minutes, 13 seconds
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Why America Must Lead

The world is on fire. Syria has fallen apart. Russia has seized Ukrainian land. And China is flexing its muscles. Who can put these fires out? As Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Denmark's former Prime Minister and NATO's former Secretary General explains, only the United States.
1/10/20195 minutes, 31 seconds
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Who Was Paul Revere and Why Should You Care?

Do you know who Paul Revere is? He is one of America's key historical figures. Want to know what he did? Eric Metaxas, New York Times #1 bestselling author, shares the remarkable story.
1/10/20195 minutes, 24 seconds
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Why I Left the Left

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report used to be a big progressive. He even had a show with The Young Turks! But now he's not a progressive. He has left the left. Why? Dave Rubin shares his story.
1/10/20194 minutes, 19 seconds
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What's Holding the Arab World Back?

What's holding the Arab world back? Why, by nearly every measure, are Muslim nations so far behind the West economically, culturally and scientifically? Bret Stephens, Global View columnist for the Wall Street Journal, explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 31 seconds
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What Should We Do About Guns?

Would stricter gun laws reduce gun violence? Could gun control measures in places like Australia work in America? Nicholas Johnson, professor of Law at Fordham University, explains.
1/10/20193 minutes, 55 seconds
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Democratic Socialism is Still Socialism

What is democratic socialism? What makes it different than regular socialism? Has it been tried? Could it work in the United States? Comedian and political commentator Steven Crowder, host of Louder With Crowder, explains.
1/10/20194 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Dark Art of Political Intimidation

Intimidation, harassment, and blackmail have become the norm in American politics. Why? Because it works. Kimberley Strassel, author of The Intimidation Game, explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 12 seconds
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Immigrants! Don't Vote for What You Fled

Many of America's legal and illegal immigrants fled nations that were ruined by corrupt politicians and failed government policies. But once here, they support the same things. Why? Gloria Alvarez, Project Director at the National Civic Movement of Guatemala, explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 9 seconds
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Can a Desert Nation Solve the World's Water Shortage?

From California to Africa, we are facing a global water shortage. But one tiny country, in the middle of a desert, has found remarkable solutions. Which country? And can we replicate its success? Businessman and New York Times bestselling author Seth Siegel explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 6 seconds
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Is Islam a Religion of Peace?

Is Islam a religion of peace? Is it compatible with Western liberalism? Or does Islam need a reformation, just as Christianity had the Protestant Reformation? Somali-born author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 6 seconds
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Can You Trust the Press?

Is the press trustworthy? Can we believe what reporters and journalists tell us? Judith Miller, Pulitzer Prize-winning former reporter for the New York Times, explains why Americans' trust in the news media has fallen, and why that matters.
1/10/20195 minutes, 53 seconds
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Is America's Tax System Fair?

Is the U.S. tax system fair? Are the rich paying too little or too much? What about the middle and lower class? New York Times bestselling author Amity Shlaes answers these questions, and offers a tax solution that most Americans could get on board with.
1/10/20195 minutes
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What's Killing the American Dream?

The American Dream is real, but it may not be for much longer. What exactly is the American Dream? And why is it in danger? Elaine Parker of Job Creators Network explains. Visit informationstation.org for more economics and business insights.
1/10/20194 minutes, 30 seconds
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The Top 5-issues Facing Black Americans

What are the five biggest problems facing black Americans? Where do things like racism and police brutality rank? What about the absence of black fathers? Taleeb Starkes, author of Amazon #1 bestseller "Black Lies Matter," lists the five. They may surprise you.
1/10/20195 minutes, 37 seconds
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Were The Founders Religious?

What did the Founding Fathers believe about religion? Were they Christians, or just deists? Did they believe in secularism, or did they want Americans to be religious? Joshua Charles, New York Times bestselling author and researcher at the Museum of the Bible, explains.
1/10/20194 minutes, 52 seconds
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Income Inequality is Good

What if everything you've heard about income inequality is wrong? What if it's actually a good thing for there to be people who are rich and people who aren't? John Tamny, editor of RealClearMarkets, clarifies one of the big misunderstandings of our time.
1/10/20194 minutes, 35 seconds
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Every American Needs To Hear This Speech

If every high school principal said this, it would change students' lives and would change America. So what exactly should every high school principal say? Dennis Prager explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 47 seconds
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The Conservative Student's Survival Guide

Conservative students are vastly outnumbered on campus, and their beliefs and values are often ridiculed by other students, professors and administrators. So, how can conservatives survive and thrive in college, while also making a difference? Matthew Woessner, a political science professor at Penn State Harrisburg, offers some tips.
1/10/20194 minutes, 56 seconds
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Are The Police Racist?

Are the police racist? Do they disproportionately shoot African-Americans? Are incidents in places like Ferguson and Baltimore evidence of systemic discrimination? Heather Mac Donald, a scholar at the Manhattan Institute, explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 32 seconds
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What Matters Most in Life?

What is the most important thing in life? Money? Happiness? Love? Those things are certainly important, but what matters most is good values. What are values? They are what we consider more important than our feelings. For instance, just about everyone feels like eating junk food, but if you eat whatever you feel like eating you will end up obese and unhealthy. So then, what stops people from eating all the food they feel like eating? The answer is good values. Indeed a lack of good values is the root of virtually everything wrong with the world. In five minutes, learn why we should act based on values rather than our feelings.
1/10/20195 minutes, 28 seconds
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Love Needs Laughs

How do you know if your relationship is going in the right direction? Is there a way to tell if you're in love? Well, yes, and studies confirm that the measuring stick is how much laughter there is in your relationship. Comedian Yakov Smirnoff, host of PBS comedy special "Happily Ever Laughter", explains.
1/10/20195 minutes, 15 seconds
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Can the Government Run the Economy?

With the smartest experts and the best economists, could the federal government run the U.S. economy? Could it keep America's $17 trillion economy going like a well-oiled machine? Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media, explains why no one person or group can "run" the economy, and why any attempt to do so can only make things worse.
1/9/20195 minutes, 18 seconds
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I Learned More at McDonald's Than at College

Can working at McDonald's better prepare a young adult for life than attending college? For Haverford undergraduate Olivia Legaspi, college taught her that her feelings are more important than anything; but working at McDonald's she learned that serving others comes first. Which of those lessons is more important? Olivia Legaspi explains.
1/9/20193 minutes, 34 seconds
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Climate Change: What's So Alarming?

Are droughts, hurricanes, floods and other natural disasters getting stronger and more frequent? Are carbon dioxide emissions, global temperatures and sea levels putting us on a path for climate catastrophe? Bjorn Lomborg, Director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, breaks down the facts about the environment and shows why the reality of climate change may be very different from what you hear in the media.
1/9/20195 minutes, 4 seconds
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Who's More Compassionate: The Left or the Right?

Democrats often think of themselves as kind and caring, and of Republicans as callous and mean-spirited. But why? Are Progressive policies more likely to raise people out of poverty than conservative ones? And what really counts as "kind": supporting policies that feel good? Or supporting policies that do good? William Voegeli, Senior Editor of the Claremont Review of Books, explains.
1/9/20195 minutes, 14 seconds
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Socialism Makes People Selfish

Which is better: socialism or capitalism? Does one make people kinder and more caring, while the other makes people greedy and more selfish? In this video, Dennis Prager explains the moral differences between socialism and capitalism, and why anyone who wants a kind and generous society must support one and oppose the other.
1/9/20194 minutes, 20 seconds
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Do 97% of Climate Scientists Really Agree?

Is it true that 97% of climate scientists agree that climate change is real? Where does the 97% figure come from? And if it is true, do they agree on both the severity of and the solution to climate change? New York Times bestselling author Alex Epstein, founder of the Center for Industrial Progress, reveals the origins of the "97%" figure and explains how to think more clearly about climate change.
1/9/20194 minutes, 34 seconds
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Which One Are You: Ideologue or Pragmatist?

When it comes to politics, do you have an ideology? Or are you a pragmatist? What's the difference? Is one better than the other? Jonah Goldberg, Senior Editor for National Review, explains why ideology matters, and why "pragmatism" may not mean exactly what you think it does.
1/9/20195 minutes, 8 seconds
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Why Don't Feminists Fight for Muslim Women?

Are women oppressed in Muslim countries? What about in Islamic enclaves in the West? Are these places violating or fulfilling the Quran and Islamic law? Ayaan Hirsi Ali, an author and activist who was raised a devout Muslim, describes the human rights crisis of our time, asks why feminists in the West don't seem to care, and explains why immigration to the West from the Middle East means this issue matters more than ever.
1/9/20195 minutes, 32 seconds
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The Benefits of Belief

Even if you don't believe in God, do you wish you did? Even if you're an atheist or an agnostic, is there still good reason to act religiously? Peter Kreeft, philosophy professor at Boston College, explains why even atheists should want there to be a God, and how acting as if there is one may actually lead to you believing it.
1/9/20194 minutes, 57 seconds
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Black Fathers Matter

Which poses a bigger threat to black communities: Racism? Or the absence of fathers? Drawing on a sea of official data and his own upbringing, talk-show host Larry Elder shows just how important black fathers are in turning boys into responsible and happy men--and how their absence has had a tragic impact on millions of black Americans.
1/9/20195 minutes, 17 seconds
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Don't Follow Your Passion

Should you follow your passion, wherever it may take you? Should you do only what you love...or learn to love what you do? How can you identify which path to take? How about which paths to avoid? TV personality Mike Rowe, star of "Dirty Jobs" and "Somebody's Gotta Do It," shares the dirty truth in PragerU's 2016 commencement address.
1/9/20195 minutes, 16 seconds
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Why Did America Fight the Korean War?

What was the Korean War? And why was America involved in such a faraway conflict? Was the United States' sacrifice--35,000 killed, over 100,000 wounded--worth it? Historian Victor Davis Hanson, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, shares the fascinating story of the transformative war that many have forgotten.
1/9/20194 minutes, 49 seconds
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Who's More Pro-Choice: Europe or America?

Are abortion laws more conservative in America or in Western Europe? Would a pregnant woman seeking an abortion have an easier time getting one in Texas or in...Germany? The answers, as talk show host Elisha Krauss explains, may just change how you think about America's abortion laws.
1/9/20194 minutes, 37 seconds
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What ISIS Wants

ISIS has conquered territory across the Middle East and northern Africa. It has terrorized its occupied cities, sown terror across Europe, and spread its ideology around the world. But what does ISIS want? What does it believe? Where did it come from? And can it be stopped? Tom Joscelyn, Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explains.