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Narrated by James Golden, Limbaugh’s long-time call screener and “official show observer” known to listeners as “Bo Snerdley”, the 12-episode series will detail legendary radio host Rush Limbaugh’s award-winning, 30-plus year career in radio that revitalized the spoken-word format, and provided a platform for him to develop and lead modern conservatism in America. Featuring Limbaugh’s own words and never-before-heard stories shared by colleagues, friends and family, the series will give list ...
 
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RUSH: You know what’s funny to watch? What’s funny to watch is the Drive-Bys trying to portray Colin Powell and his hacked emails as devastating to Trump. It’s… Folks, this is hilarious! They’re doing everything they can to ignore the negative things Colin Powell said about — and, by the way, this is gonna change the day for Colin Powell. Colin Pow…
 
RUSH: The Steve Bannon interview… I’ve been getting emails all day from people who want my take on this, so I’m gonna go ahead and get into this now. I got to tell you again up front, I don’t know the guy. I haven’t even… He’s been in a room twice when I have been with the president, but I’ve never been formally introduced even, and I’ve never spok…
 
RUSH: Snerdley and I were talking about the North Koreans and their test. There is going to be a sanctions vote tomorrow, and once again, ladies and gentlemen, we have been shafted by the Russians and the Chinese. The vote on sanctions is tomorrow, and Fox had a little breaking news story this morning saying that an arms embargo will not be added t…
 
RUSH: This is Michael in Jackson, Michigan. Welcome, sir. I’m glad you called. Hello. CALLER: Hello, sir. God bless you and yours. Thanks for being there, and please keep fighting the good versus evil fight, would you? RUSH: Thank you. Sir, I can’t do anything else. I think I’m genetically disposed to opposing all this stuff, so — CALLER: Yes, sir.…
 
RUSH: The people at MSNBC are unhinged. It seems like MSNBC both yesterday and today was playing my Today Show interview in toto: 11 minutes yesterday, 12 minutes today, which is an eternity in television. And the people at MSNBC are unhinged and upset that their network is running that interview and eating up their airtime. Chris Matthews, who has…
 
RUSH: Bonnie in Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania, welcome to the EIB Network. Great to have you, sir, hello. Ma’am! Sorry. CALLER: That’s okay, Rush. Today is Columbus Day. And I would like you to talk about Christopher Columbus. RUSH: Well, I have a stack of Christopher Columbus stuff here. CALLER: Oh, great. Great. RUSH: It’s not what you’re gonna want…
 
RUSH: Here is the path, by the way, to October 8th. The Path to October 8th is the sequel to The Path to 9/11. The Path to October 8th — of course that’s when Kim Jong ll tests his little nuke. 1993: North Korea shocks the world by saying it will quit the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and then layered suspends its withdrawal. 1994: North Korea an…
 
RUSH: Julie in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, welcome to the EIB Network. Great to have you with us. CALLER: Hello. How are you? RUSH: Fine. Thank you. CALLER: I just wanted to tell you a funny story. I’ve listened to you since 2000, and in 2004 I decided to go back to college after being out of high school for ten years, much because of what I’ve heard …
 
RUSH: I have to admit, my friends, I’m a little confused about certain aspects of the situation here involving Mark Foley and the page. Now, the school system, the public school system has since the late eighties been teaching us that kids are going to have sex, we can’t stop ’em, it’s not our business to stop ’em. I mean, we’ve gone so far as teac…
 
RUSH: I’d like to welcome to the program Jim Geraghty from National Review Online. He has a blog called The Kerry Spot, TKS. It’s just a brilliant body of work. During the campaign of 2004 it was cited often by me — not stolen by me, but cited often by me — on this program. Jim has a book out called Voting to Kill. It’s been out since September 19t…
 
RUSH: Rich in San Marcos, California. You’re next on the program. It’s great to have you with us. CALLER: Yeah, hi. RUSH: Hi. CALLER: About this thing about Broder [sic] and Fox, I find it kind of interesting in that, you know, they’re the ones who believe in freedom of the press, and when they have opposition they want to shut ’em down. Typical, b…
 
RUSH: I think the first thing we need to do out there, folks — well, not we, but the Republican Party, needs to just simply say that Jim McGreevey is now the official face of the Republican Party and end all this criticism. That way when McGreevey goes on Oprah as Mark Foley probably will not, then, you know, it’ll sort of balance the scales out th…
 
RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, do you remember post-Lewinsky, in the second term of Bill Clinton, that AP ran a series of stories — picked up by all of the other Drive-By Media — telling us that lying was good? ‘Little’ lies were helpful. They spared people’s feelings. ‘Everybody does it.’ It actually has redeeming social quality and value, if not don…
 
RUSH: You know what I thought we would do, and it would be instructive. Do you remember Obama’s speech in Berlin in July 2008? Given that one of the things we’re talking about today is people’s frustration, people on the left — they’d vote for him again, make no mistake. But the Drive-Bys and a lot of people, they’re really wringing their hands ove…
 
RUSH: “On Feb. 4, 2010, when the House of Representatives voted to increase the legal limit on the national debt by another $1.9 trillion (lifting the limit from $12.394 trillion to $14.294 trillion), not one Republican voted for the increase.” It’s amazing how this tracks. It’s like I just said: If you go back to 2006, not one Democrat voted to ra…
 
RUSH: I’ve gotta do this. I’ve gotta tell you about this. It’s in USA Today. It’s a USA Today story, and it is the most incredible attempt to advance the failure of liberal Democrat ideas on social welfare. Here’s the headline: “Fertility Gap Helps Explain Political Divide — House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, a Catholic mother of five from San F…
 
RUSH: So the word is that Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are going to be speaking at an anti-Iran deal rally on the Washington mall today, and I think they’re gonna be speaking English. I’m not sure about it, but my best inside information is that Trump and Cruz are gonna be speaking English at the anti-Iran nuke deal rally, which the left will probably…
 
RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, let’s turn back the hands of time. Earlier this year you will recall during the continuing resolution debate, the funding of the budget, the raising of the debt limit, I was urging from behind the Golden EIB Microphone, John Boehner, the Republican leadership, to force Obama to cave, that we were the ones who held the po…
 
RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, there’s so much out there that seems on the surface to be inexplicable. The problem in this country, as a majority of people recognize, I mean, look at this poll here. Look at this. It is a poll from the Pew Research Center. The bottom line: 81% of the people in this country are dissatisfied. Eighty-one percent are dissa…
 
RUSH: There is a story today, SI.com. Actually, it was posted yesterday. Headline: ‘There’s No Better Place to be Sports Fan Right Now Than Philadelphia.’ I want to read a small excerpt, go to the break, and come back and delve into this in detail. It’s a good story about Philadelphia at SI, SportsIllustrated.com. But buried in this article, which …
 
If you note that I sound somewhat frustrated, you would not be incorrect, because none of this is news. All of us are caught up in the middle of never-ending political agendas, but it’s disguised as news. We’re being told that this is news. “This is earth-shattering, breaking news! Why, we had no idea this was coming,” and that’s not at all what an…
 
RUSH: Well, lots of exciting stuff going on out there today, folks. The latest from this whole controversy over the pope, and words. There are some things that happen that are simply propitious, and this is one of them. The pope utters words, he quotes an old emperor from many centuries ago, and now the Muslim world is going bonkers, rioting, killi…
 
RUSH: I’m really happy to introduce to you Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who joins us from Washington. The last time I spoke to you, Madam Secretary, was during the 2000 presidential campaign, so it’s long overdue, but welcome to the program here. SECRETARY OF STATE RICE: Well, it’s great to be with you, Rush. I can’t believe it’s been that …
 
RUSH: In Chicago we’ve been following the “living-wage” argument and the Big Box Resolution, trying to keep Wal-Mart stores out of the city. (story) “The so-called ‘living-wage’ ordinance that would have required mega-retailers here to pay their workers higher wages was successfully turned back Wednesday as supporters on the City Council could not …
 
RUSH: From the UK’s Daily Mail: “Men are More Intelligent than Women, Claims a New Study.” It’s by, let’s see… This website prints out in the weirdest way. You never know where the story starts. “It is research that is guaranteed to delight men and infuriate the women in their lives. A controversial new study has claimed that men really are more in…
 
RUSH: This next story — I’m sure you’ve seen this, heard about it. This is the kind of thing that infuriates me, and I have to tell you, when I watched The Path to 9/11. (By the way, we’re going back to audio sound bites three and four next, Ed.) When I saw all of the hesitation and all the rules and all the regulations that prevented us from takin…
 
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