Back in the 1980s, when I was a teenager, and then when I was home from college, I used to listen to a Sunday night radio show called Religion on the Line. The show had a priest, a protestant minister and a rabbi. And they’d discuss issues of the day and how different religions dealt with various questions. The host of the show was Dennis Prager. Prager was always the most self-satisfied voice on the panel. And always a bit pretentious. But for those of you who know Prager now as hate-ranting whack-job that he’s become, I can only say that back then he was or seemed far more sane. In any case, if you have yet heard of his latest sick anti-muslim outrage, MJ Rosenberg will bring you up to speed.