DENNIS PRAGER (GUEST): For all intents and purposes there are two Americas. I think Americans are more divided now than they were during the Civil War. During the Civil War, they were divided on the spectacularly important issue of slavery, but otherwise they were not divided. And that's a big deal, obviously. But still, right now the division is on every issue. We agree, essentially, on nothing important.
And, look, there's a fantasy in me that all the big cities of the country secede. It's not geographically possible 'cause you couldn't have such a non-contiguous country. But if New York, and Los Angeles, and Chicago, and San Francisco, and Seattle, and Philadelphia - if they all made their own country and left the rest of us -- even with all the finance they would take, all the money, all the banks -- it would be paradisiacal for the rest of us. But it can't happen because of the geographical issue. So what has to happen is, I think, what you just painted - the scenario you painted was of people coalescing in the states they agree with.