35 Burst results for "Limbaugh"

Inspiration From Rush Limbaugh: We're Never Giving up on America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Inspiration From Rush Limbaugh: We're Never Giving up on America

"I want you to be inspired today. I want you to hear from some inspirational people, and the one guy I kept thinking about last night was a guy that I had the opportunity to meet many years ago. I had the opportunity to work with, as a matter of fact, one of the greatest broadcasters who ever lived, and there's a TV commercial I keep seeing on Fox News. They're shelling a lot of the audio highlights of his storied career. And the promo they run fits today perfectly. And greetings to you. He'll seekers conversationalists and music lovers all across the bounty full and optimistic fruited plane. It's the Rush Limbaugh program here on the excellence in broadcasting network. Well, let me just tell you folks, it's never going to be time to panic. Because we're never going to give up. We're not going to give up on America. We are never giving up on America, rush is right. I remember that bumper sticker rushes

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Dan Bongino: Do Not Panic

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Dan Bongino: Do Not Panic

"So again tying this all together with the big takeaways from yesterday Don't panic I really don't want to monopolize the lines of the greatest broadcaster in the history of radio Rush Limbaugh and pretend they're mine They're not They're absolutely not That is Russia's thing I'm just in the spot but the rule there I hope I've appropriately footnoted it because I don't want to appear that I'm trying to steal his material I'm not But you even hear it in the commercial now with his new book That was his lesson than I have to agree today that if it was time to panic I would tell you and you know what There has been times to panic I may disagree with some other folks about when but there have been times hepatic but I don't think today is the horror show where he's painted out to be Listen it's not the day we wanted that day after election day I'm totally point stipulated get it your honor point stipulated the defense guy the white stipulate the point the defense concedes Okay But having said that it's just so extremely strong likelihood that we are going to win the house by a couple seats margin And having a few seats has its benefits Sometimes having a huge margin in the house isn't this beneficial as you think it is

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Why Is Radio SO Special? Grant Stinchfield Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

Why Is Radio SO Special? Grant Stinchfield Explains

"First heard you, before NRA TV, it was clear to me this guy is a drive time natural. You get radio. And it's different from TV. You went on to do NRA TV. But I'd like your take. Somebody who lives in the real world as well as doing media. What is it about radio? Why is radio so special ground? It breathes. So I'll give you an example of my newsmax show. The interviews like when you would come on, there are three and a half minutes long. Right. How am I supposed to break down what's happening between Russia and Ukraine in three and a half minutes with an expert on foreign policy, it's nearly impossible. It's very, very quick. Now, we do it, and I think we still do an entertaining. We still do it in an entertaining informative way. But when you can get on the radio and you can let someone breathe. And you can get into the details of this. The mastery of storytelling. That's what radio is about to. Rush Limbaugh was the best at this. Of all of them. But when you can tell stories on the radio, when you can talk and you can humanize a guest that you have on, he's not just there or she for just reading an expert, but you humanize them. All of this is why I think this whole podcast venue is exploding. The spoken word and long form spoken word is becoming more and more popular. I'm loving it every time I see these statistics that are coming out that more and more young people are looking at people like Joe Rogan. Let's face it wildly successful show. It's three hours long. Yeah. I'm so, in many respects, it restores my faith in humanity, that we're no longer maybe we're shifting from that headline news mentality. I want it in 20 seconds. And then I want to be out that maybe we want to learn.

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Even Google Says 2021 to 2022 Real Wages Are Down

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | Last month

Even Google Says 2021 to 2022 Real Wages Are Down

"So real wages are up You heard him say it Here I tip Rush Limbaugh paper flip here If you want to watch and see the actual screenshot you can go to my podcast today on rumble So this morning real wages are not up folks Real wages are down Yeah but Danny said they're up Yeah he's a liar I went to my phone and I used Google as a search engine Why would I do that Because I don't want to be accused of going to right wing or wherever you characterize others like brave or whatever I went to Google which is a left wing lunatic search engine And I just put in here If you watch it on Fox nation you can see it at home Here's the screenshot here This is a screenshot of my actual phone Google I sent it over to Jimmy print it out I just put in real wages down And what's the first thing that came up From September 2021 the September of 2022 real average hourly earnings decreased 2.5% seasonally adjusted Wait but Biden just told you real wages are up Folks Joe Biden told you he graduated top of his class he had 3° Joe Biden told you corn pop tried to assault him with a razor and he hit him with a chain Joe Biden told you he was arrested going to see Mandela Joe Biden told you he was raised in the Puerto Rican community

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Mark Levin: I'm Not Rush Limbaugh, I'm Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last month

Mark Levin: I'm Not Rush Limbaugh, I'm Mark Levin

"That was one of Russia's great talents among many He was able to Humiliate the left if you will He was able to bring comedy you remember the skits he had and the names he would call that that he would make up and all the rest of it He was hilarious Hilarious So I would suggest these folks every now and then give credit where credit's due in a little tip of the hat In some ways I think some conservatives act like liberals They think the world begins with them And it doesn't and it didn't But one of the reasons rush had the biggest audience of all time Is because you liked them You liked this personality You liked the way he analyzed things And he was entertaining He was funny I'm not rush I do the best I can I do the best I can But I'm not Babe Ruth either I can't be Babe Ruth I can't be rushed They are in the league of their own A Mark Levin little Mark Levin But I just wanted to point that out because Rush brought a lot of humor to what he did And he used it in a brilliant brilliant way And let me suggest that people who are doing it today and I'm glad they are And he'd be glad they are

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Comprehension Must Be a Requirement to Become a U.S. Senator

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | Last month

Comprehension Must Be a Requirement to Become a U.S. Senator

"To normal people, Republicans and Democrats, being able to comprehend what another person says to you has to be a requirement to be a United States senator. You're going to have to be able to comprehend what other senators say. You're going to have to be able to process what a human being says to you. For example, if I had a medical condition, I'm talking about me, Mike Gallagher, that prevented me from understanding what you're saying. Not that I can't, I have a hearing problem. Rush Limbaugh had a hearing problem. And he had a cochlear implant and was able to fix that. Having a hearing problem isn't a disqualifier. Being able to comprehend what another human says to you is not a hearing problem. But it does have to be a mandatory requirement to be a U.S. senator, right?

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The Left Compares Giorgia Meloni to Benito Mussolini

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 2 months ago

The Left Compares Giorgia Meloni to Benito Mussolini

"Because that's not necessarily a popular thing with the democratic socialist crowd by the way a nonsensical term but that's for another day Over in Europe She won And the coalition of conservative parties won a majority which I believe about 44% of the vote Georgia maloney spoke proudly about God family and country ideas the left hates Antithetical to the less existence family Plus the family down the toilet bowl We don't care about the damn family The country country only matters if it benefits our power structure God They don't do God your God's the state shut your mouth So here's playbook this morning I want you to listen to the end of this They're talking about how maloney's campaign headquarters A bunch of shocked young activists embraced in disbelief of what they had accomplished in electing Italy's most right-wing government since Benito Mussolini Had tipped great Rush Limbaugh paper flip What You're telling me a woman right And momentous moment in Italian politics electing a woman as prime minister right Whose entire central guiding ideological bedrock she built her house on is God family country and distributed power network tax cuts giving citizens back more of their economic power and government less You're comparing her to Benito Mussolini lizza and Daniels at playbook Are you guys really this freaking stupid Or do you just take stupid pills on Tuesday morning

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What Rush Limbaugh Said About Echo Chambers

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 months ago

What Rush Limbaugh Said About Echo Chambers

"Rush Limbaugh used to talk about an echo chamber And what he meant by that was he would say things and then a day or two later They would essentially be repeated by others And TV and radio The Rush Limbaugh was one of my big buddies I see that happening with me Don't you mister producer And it's happening a lot And used to tell me well you know it's flattering It's not flattering It's plagiarism He said but there's nothing you can do about it Rush worked very hard at his job I worked very hard at mine Mister producer do you write anything from me Open the microphone Do I have writers Nope Does anybody write my opening statements for my commentary Anybody No right from your head And if we had mister TV producer here whether it be Levin TV or life liberty and Levin I don't use teleprompters I write little notes to myself from time to time I don't have writers All these other hosts do I don't So yeah I find it annoying but even my wife says what are you going to do about it Okay But I've been pointing out now that whomever the Republicans eventually rally around president Trump Ron DeSantis the crews cotton just down the list They're going to go after them The Democrats are going to go after them with guns blazing

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David Limbaugh: The Feeling of Revisiting a Scripture

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:31 min | 2 months ago

David Limbaugh: The Feeling of Revisiting a Scripture

"I'm curious as you're going through it and writing this. Do you ever go back to a passage and maybe you've read the passage of scripture a million times before and yet you come back to it and you gleaned something new from that passage of scripture? Yeah, so often. And to me what it says is it really is God's word. It's living word and that means different things to different people, I think, but to me it means that it's active. It's alive. He's talking to you us individually as we read it. And he meets us where we are. So we can read a passage one day. We're experiencing one and he'll read and we'll read the truth in that scripture. And then we'll a year later read that same picture. We're in different circumstances and it may hit us in a different way. These are timeless truths. They're delivered through stories of real people facing real hardships. It's not some book of abstract book of our book of abstract ideas, theological presets. It is a book about real people and it's an integrated book from start to finish, which tells God's love story for mankind, whom he created. In his image, they fell, he knew he would have to send his son in human form to suffer the indignities of human existence and then die for our sins after persecution torture and then the bodily resurrected so that we could join him in bodily resurrection and live in eternal glory with him.

David Limbaugh Previews New Book 'The Resurrected Jesus'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:40 min | 2 months ago

David Limbaugh Previews New Book 'The Resurrected Jesus'

"So excited about this new book that you have out. And your columns are just so incredibly insightful. Your Twitter feed is just off the charts great. Now you've got this book, which is really the compilation of a series of books you've written. This one called the resurrected Jesus, the church in the New Testament. Tell us about the book. Yeah, so this is very exciting for me because I co wrote this with my daughter Kristen last name blue and Mary named bloom. And this is the last book Christian book I did was Jesus risen, which covered the book of that, which is the history of the early church, as you know. And the first 6 of the apostle pulse epistles. This one is the last 7th of Paul's epistles, the prison officials, colossians, ephesians, by laymen and philippians and the three pastoral epistles first and second Timothy and Titus. So we go through chapter and verse, paraphrase verbatim, all those verses in those 7 letters, 7 books in the Bible. We had commentary at our own insights that we've done something new in this book. What I did in previous books, and that is add prayers, which makes this kind of a common commentary devotional combination. And Kristen has such a facility for prayers. Primarily authored the prayers and we went back and forth on the text and we contributed each other's stuff. So it was a labor of love. It was really fun. And I just hope that this book will help delay reader and others get closer to God.

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Christen Limbaugh Bloom on Jesus Using Evil for Good

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Christen Limbaugh Bloom on Jesus Using Evil for Good

"Kristen for your father and I were of a certain generation to say, oh dear, everything's awful. Youngsters today, et cetera, et cetera. Talk to us from your perspective. Shouldn't we be a little bit buoyed by recent events, especially if I look at the pro life versus the pro abortion movement. I just see young faces at these events. What do you seeing? I completely agree. And I think that when the pendulum sways one way, the good thing is that Jesus uses evil for good, oftentimes. And so so many people are waking up to the real spiritual forces that are at work right now in our society. And people Christians in particular have been praying for the fall of roe versus wade for 50 years and here we are in 2022 and roe has fallen. And so I think that it's so important that we take time to recognize that God did this, that at the end of the day he is the one who brought this forward. And there's also so much work that has been done. For example, I believe there are 9 times as many pregnancy centers as there are abortion clinics. And that's all thanks to the hard work of Christians and conservatives in this country. And so I think that we have to remember that there are so many of us in this country who still believe in the goodness of the founding fathers, vision for America. It being a nation based on Christianity. And we have to continue meeting together praying together and raising up our children with these values and not giving in to the different influences and culture that we try to muddle these ideas and confuse us from the purity of our founding father's vision for America.

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David Limbaugh Discusses the Notion of Spirituality

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:07 min | 2 months ago

David Limbaugh Discusses the Notion of Spirituality

"I want to talk about whether or not we're making headway. I'd like to ask Chris today especially on the pro life message if you think good things are happening, not just with roe V wade. But first, we have to address this thing that's been around this old soul, this kanade that there are many ways to God and I love this one you hear a lot. I'm a spiritual person. I don't go to church. I don't believe in institutionalized Christianity, but I'm a spiritual person. Do you address these issues in your book, David? Well, absolutely. Jesus said, and let's make no mistake. These people say, Jesus is all salt and light and he was never irritated. He's never that emphatic and Paul was different. He was firm and obnoxious. No, they taught the same gospel and Jesus was very emphatic about it. I am the way the truth and the life there's another way to the father except through me. That's pretty explicit. Pretty explicit at Paul, of course, said Salvation is by faith alone. And to the extent that we deviate from that and our teachings, we are sending people to we're jeopardizing people's eternal destiny because

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Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Cowriting 'The Resurrected Jesus'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Cowriting 'The Resurrected Jesus'

"Kristen, you have the heavy burden of the last name Limbaugh, your great uncle, RAS your father who's written numerous the Jesus on trial of the seminal work, the emmaus code and others. Tell us about this experience of being now a father and daughter riding team. Walk us through what it was like to write the resurrected Jesus. Well, I was thrilled when dad invited me to be part of this process. He's had so much success with his former books and he's always encouraged me as a writer. So to put his money where his mouth is so to speak and bring me in on his success was truly humbling and the writing process was such a growing experience for me. Dad is just a total machine when he writes. And when he researches, I mean, I've never seen anyone go through the amount of material that he does. And come up with such a product that's so accessible to lay readers and people who are searching to deepen their faith and their understanding. So we would talk on the phone every single day. I live in Texas. He's in Missouri. So it was a lot of long phone calls. But we did the editing process together. We researched together and gave each other so much feedback and really the whole thing was such a learning and enriching experience for me.

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David and Christen Limbaugh Discuss the Focus of Their New Book

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

David and Christen Limbaugh Discuss the Focus of Their New Book

"David Limbaugh, the book is the resurrected Jesus and his co author is his daughter, Kristen Limbaugh. David, Kristen. Welcome to America first. Thank you so much. So let's start with this, you know, who the lord chooses to be his receptacles of his wisdom, his truth here on earth, this book focuses on St. Paul and what 6 or 7 of his key epistles, let's start with why did you choose an individual, a Roman citizen, a Jew who had persecuted Christians as the subject of your latest book David. Because he was Christian Christianity's foremost evangelist. The lace likely person to be such a central figure because he was a persecutor of Christians when they started, but the real reason is because these books and this book in particular is an examination of the 7 epistles, the president pistols that he wrote while he was under house arrest in Rome, four of those, and then the three pastoral epistles, he wrote to his colleagues, his understudies, Timothy and Titus, and we go through those chapter and verse, either stating the verse directly verbatim or paraphrasing it, then adding our insights, adding our own commentary, adding commentary from some of the greatest biblical scholars alive and already passed, and what we've done in this book is to add a new element, and that is prayer. Interspersed throughout the text because Kristen is not to embarrass her a spirit filled prayer warrior. She has a facility for prayer, and I thought when I asked her to do this, in addition to enhancing the text proper that her adding these prayers and then meet interacting with her too. And editing them and adding a few of my own things would make this a combination Bible study and devotional and would allow the readers to interact with scripture and with this book

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Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Her Spiritual Writing Process

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Her Spiritual Writing Process

"Talking to David Limbaugh and Kristen Limbaugh bloom about their new book, the resurrected Jesus, the church in the New Testament. So, David, you were just talking about, in a way, I get the impression that you wrote this book for people who want to do Bible study and who want something to read along with the Bible to help explain it to them. Because a lot of times you get a Bible that will have, you know, it'll have a paragraph in front of, if you're lucky, it'll have a paragraph in front of colossians or a couple of bird page, telling you some stuff, but oftentimes that's not enough. So you guys decided to dig into this. Kristen, let me just ask you, what was your process on that? I mean, did you did you read commentaries or how did you go about it? Dad actually helped me learn the software that he uses that goes through all of the different biblical commentary. So I did use that software. I read through different biblical commentaries. And then I actually would, it was kind of a spiritual process for me. I would read the scripture that we were covering and I would actually just pray and ask the Holy Spirit to highlight different things that he wanted to point out and things that he wanted to hone in on in the prayers to help a company, the scriptures that we were going through in the book. And to touch on your point of what you all were talking about earlier, reaching laypeople, I think that Jesus exemplified that more than anyone because he chose his disciples, their fishermen, their these people that are not the scholars of the day, the Jewish scholars of the day. And I think that when people understand that the same Holy Spirit that's living inside of them is the one who lived inside of Paul and helped inspire these profound letters and that are not books in the Bible. It helps encourage us that God can use us in ways that are so profound and so much bigger than what we imagine when we put him or ourselves in a box.

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David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 2 months ago

David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

"I am talking to the authors David Limbaugh and Kristen Limbaugh bloom of a new book, the resurrected Jesus, the church and the New Testament. And at the end of last segment, I was just I was mid rant. I was ranting because I get that all the time, where people who have spent decades, let's say, on as Bond Hoff or scholars or whatever. And they look at someone who has a BA in English and they say, what right do you have to write about this? And you realize that's kind of the problem is that it's very rare that you find an academic who can write on a popular level. We could almost analogize this to the experts who hate Trump because he is in a career politician, but I won't go the second. No, no, no, but it's exactly the same principle. It's precisely the same principle. It's like somebody says, I am a professional politician. What right do you have? Well, the founding fathers created a situation where average people are supposed to govern themselves Cincinnati and his plow, you come, you serve, and then you go back. The idea of the career politician, the professional politician, it's the same misunderstanding that you have in the world of writing and the academy. It is. And this is true of law books, they're written to other law professors, not even to practicing lawyers, law professors. And they're elitists and showing off. The same thing, I don't think the theologians are showing off. But they do ride on a higher level of some commentaries are more light level. But one thing I learned to bridge this gap is I, one of my early mentors said, I said, I don't understand this commentary. I want to understand this, commentary. Well, I mean, I've been steeped in it for 20 years. You'll get more. The more I read, I do get the jargon. Well, here's a great thing. I think I can introduce readers. We can introduce readers. And she's been into this too. It my behest, of course. I deserve all the credit. And we can introduce readers to the brilliance of commentators by kind of rewording what they say. And then they would never even hear these people, you know? And there's some great ones out there. I don't know what you think. Well, I think of it. Well, John Macarthur and what a jerk. Yeah. Actually, I like John Macarthur very much. He's amazing, but you just, but you actually, you touched on something. And this is why I get so animated about this. You're doing exactly what I do in most of my books. You are a popularizer. You're basically saying like, look, I'm not going to spend 30 years studying this, but I don't need to God didn't create me to do that. Other people have done that. What I can do is read their stuff and help allay reader understand some of the best of what they have to say. And that's what I do in most of my books and it's exactly what the two of you are doing in these books. I know that for a fact. I mean, as I see it here, I think that that's exactly what you're doing.

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David Limbaugh and Eric Discuss Framing and Deciphering the Bible

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:37 min | 2 months ago

David Limbaugh and Eric Discuss Framing and Deciphering the Bible

"Think Christians sometimes have this magical view of scripture because it's the word of God. They think like if a parrot is reciting scripture, it's just magic. And you think, no, we are actually supposed to understand what it says. If it's anointed by the Holy Spirit, of course, there's this magic element where it can do things miraculous things and, you know, some people are going to be upset with the word magic. Tough luck for you. But the point is, it is miraculous. It is anointed, but at the same time, we are supposed to understand it with our minds. And if you just crack open a Bible, you might not have a clue. Even when somebody, I mean, your chapter has chapter one colossians, a defense against early heresies. So your framing this, you're helping somebody understand, oh, the book of colossians essentially is the apostle Paul dealing with heresies. He's writing to the people in colossi. And it begins to get you into what it is that you're reading. It's not just I'm reading these magic words. And that's another great insight that I share. When I first started reading the Bible, I can't tell you how much I benefited from books about the Bible. But I think you have to have a certain level of discernment so that you don't go off on the extreme wacko people. Right. And I think a gift I've had. And this sounds bragging, but by definition, it's not bragging when you're talking about a spiritual gift because from the Holy Spirit from God is discernment. So I've been able to filter through. And so I've known Earl and plus I had some good mentors early on who are conservative Bible, blade and Christians. But having said that, I mean, I think there's a level of kind of a pure legalism and almost virtual virtue signaling from people. Who say, no, you can't write about the Bible. No, no, no, no. First of all, if you knew David limbo, who it is with whom you are speaking, this then sounds like, you know, the woman at the well. If you knew who it was with whom you were speaking, you would ask me, no, I'm not kidding. If you knew who you're talking to, Eric my taxes, because what you just said, I have gotten for practically two decades. People are like, who what right do you have to write on Dietrich bonhoeffer? You're like, if you wrote for vegetarians, what are your credentials? And you think usually I would say like, yeah, those are my credentials. I can actually communicate, whereas many theologians and many academics who have written on this subject, they may have spent decades researching it, but they don't have the ability effectively to communicate

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Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Her Work for 'The Resurrected Jesus'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Her Work for 'The Resurrected Jesus'

"How are you involved in this? Because it's actually true that I've almost never worked with a co writer, all of my books. I find it can be, I mean, it can be helpful, but also become a confusing who does what who writes, how does that. So how did that work with you? That's a good point. Well, dad has had his process for delving into the scriptures doing the research, he has a gift for really peeling through and then explaining different commentaries on a lay level. And so we kind of had an organic process where he would start a draft, send it to me, then I would add my insights to things that he had pointed out and then it was kind of the opposite with prayers. So he was going through the text. I would add insights to that. We would talk through it. And then I would add prayers that I thought accompanied what we had discussed and then he would add insights to my prayers. And so really it kind of coalesce to the point where it turned out to be both of our voices, but

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"We had to confront the reality that he wouldn't be there in the middle of our day forever. Most people might have walked away from their professional life for good at that point especially someone of his means but not rush. Limbaugh determined is ever he dug in for the long haul. No matter how painful or difficult it would get thought about trying to do this without anybody knowing. Because i don't like making things about me but there are going to be days that i'm not going to be able to be here and you know me. I'm the mayor of real phil. This has happened and my intention is to come here every day i can. But what else would you expect. This is a man who's passion for his craft was unparalleled aman who taught us that no matter how many times you get knocked down or in his case even fired seven times you keep getting up and pushing forward until you reach greatness humble grateful and share your success with others helping others even if you don't expect or want credit publicly for it the legacy of rush limbaugh on its surface might be that. He was a groundbreaking broadcaster who saved. Am radio or a savvy intellectual who knew politics in saudi out. Both things true he surely was but his bigger legacy will live on even brighter behind the scenes with the people who knew him best loved him most jackie with the mother on his staff before asking her to travel to make sure her daughter didn't have any events at school she wouldn't wanna miss quietly helping employees pay off some debt or replace a broken down vehicle sitting ten twenty or fifty thousand dollars to someone he'd never met whose stories he found and touched his heart and i have a philosophy. There's good that happens in. Everything may not reveal itself immediately and even in the most dire circumstances if you just wait just remain open to things. The good in it will reveal itself and that has happened to me as well. These are the lesser known measures of the man behind the golden e. I b microphone on the air. It was talent on loan from god but off the air his character resolve and warm loving heart. That was all rush. Hudson limbaugh the third with integrity on loan from nobody.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Man we knew and loved for more than thirty years. The voices offering their opinion on the radio. Now may be different but the footsteps in which they follow undoubted belong to rush limbaugh the life of rush limbaugh chapter twelve narrated by clay travis and buck sexton after. Tell you something today. That i wish i didn't have to tell you. That's how rush began to break the news to you to us. On february third twenty twenty he had been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer and for the first time in more than thirty years. We had to confront the reality that he wouldn't be there in the middle of our day forever. Most people might have walked away from their professional life for good at that point especially someone of his means but not rush. Limbaugh determined is ever he dug in for the long haul. No matter how painful or difficult it would get thought about trying to do this without anybody. Knowing. 'cause i don't like making things about me but there are going to be days that i'm not going to be able to be here and you know me. I'm the mayor of real phil. This has happened and my intention is to come here every day i can. But what else would you expect. This is a man who's passion for his craft was unparalleled a man who taught us that no matter how many times you get knocked down or in his case even fired seven times you keep getting up and pushing forward until you reach greatness humble grateful and share your success with others helping others even if you don't expect or want credit publicly for it the legacy of rush limbaugh on its surface might be that he was a groundbreaking broadcaster who saved. Am radio or a savvy intellectual who knew politics in saudi out. Both things true he surely was but his bigger legacy will live on even brighter behind the scenes with the people who knew him best loved him most jackie with the mother on his staff before asking her to travel to make sure her daughter didn't have any events at school she wouldn't wanna miss quietly helping employees pay off some debt or replace a broken down vehicle sitting ten twenty or fifty thousand dollars to someone he'd never met whose stories he found and touched his heart. I have a philosophy. There's good that happens in. Everything may not reveal itself immediately and even in the most dire circumstances if you just wait just remain open to things. The good in it will reveal itself and that has happened to me as well. These are the lesser known measures of the man behind the golden. Eib microphone on the air. It was talent on loan from god but off the air his character resolve and warm loving heart. That was all rush. Hudson limbaugh the third with integrity on loan from nobody.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Not only was a momma paying attention to he was fixated on the republicans are only concerned about what's on fox. News or rush limbaugh. Sagging democrats are looking at the new york times or huffington post so obama comes into office telling republicans that they can't listen to rush limbaugh anymore and get things done. That's just not how it happens in washington and he's leaving office having failed to remove one of his main impediments from his equation. And that would be me. They're eight years obama. He comes into office with me living rent-free in his hand and i'm still there. It can be said today that during the obama administration rush limbaugh was at his best staunchly defending conservative principles standing up for america and its exceptionalism but in the end without his best or even on a bed day. If you could touch rush limbaugh. The obama chapter is but just eight years of more than thirty of unprecedented broadcast excellence. The life of rush limbaugh chapter eleven narrated by nick searcy. After the election of barack obama in two thousand eight rush limbaugh was immediately concerned for the direction. America was headed as he intuitively sensed the growing loss of freedoms and liberty to come over the next eight years and as the end of the obama regime neared russia's listeners trusted him more than ever as conservatism. Most vocal champion and opinion maker as a well known businessman. A non political outsider started gaining steam in a long shot bid for the republican presidential nomination..

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Not only was a momma paying attention to he was fixated on the republicans are only concerned about what's on fox. News or rush limbaugh. Sagging democrats are looking at the new york times or huffington post so obama comes into office telling republicans that they can't listen to rush limbaugh anymore and get things done. That's just not how it happens in washington and he's leaving office having failed to remove one of his main impediments from his equation. And that would be me. They're eight years obama. He comes into office with me living rent-free in his hand and i'm still there. It can be said today that during the obama administration rush limbaugh was at his best staunchly defending conservative principles standing up for america and its exceptionalism but in the end without his best or even on a bed day. If you could touch rush limbaugh. The obama chapter is but just eight years of more than thirty of unprecedented broadcast excellence. The life of rush limbaugh chapter eleven narrated by nick searcy. After the election of barack obama in two thousand eight rush limbaugh was immediately concerned for the direction. America was headed as he intuitively sensed the growing loss of freedoms and liberty to come over the next eight years and as the end of the obama regime neared russia's listeners trusted him more than ever as conservatism. Most vocal champion and opinion maker as a well known businessman. A non political outsider started gaining steam in a long shot bid for the republican presidential nomination..

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"A thirty eight year old talk radio host was burning up the airwaves of sacramento california. Bear any number of people. Ed mclaughlin could have chosen. But i- fortunately met some people along the way after moving sacramento that ed mclaughlin new and trusted implicitly and when he was looking unbeknownst to me. I don't know any of this going on. My name is an list of people he should look into. He could have picked anybody. This was his guy and made him an offer leader described as impossible to turn down rush. Limbaugh created the capital of california for the bright lights. The big apple he relocated to new york city and established. I a local ten. Am to noon. Show on wabc radio rush limbaugh new york twenty minutes after ten back to the phones. We go vinnie. Kello glad you're with us. California's be claimed. No no. I'm originally named new york. Limbaugh's early days were an unqualified success. Even with the challenge of meddling program kirk who unsuccessfully tried to get rush to change what would become his signature on air style. Rush being rush dug in and ultimately prevailed after his first shows on. Wabc radio went off without a hitch. Russia's mentor and new boss. Ed mclaughlin proudly recalled. After hearing his first show the quote. I knew he could handle ed. Mclaughlin never wavered a single time. He never asked me to tone it down to change things to do whatever to accommodate this complaint that safe save to say rush limbaugh more than just handled it. He crushed it. You know people credit me with this. I couldn't have done any of this if it hadn't been for mclaughlin and mclaughlin saved. Am radio by investing in it. Fast lane to nationwide.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Give it to him by his parents. That can only transmit route is out. There was a device caller remco though and it was the most of the mazing thing my parents got it for me for christmas one year and my mother actually dutifully put radio on her lap and i would go upstairs where the bedroom was and i would have my phone and you had to have an external microphone to put into the speaker of the phonograph that you were playing records on and move the microphone to your mouth when you were doing. Dj stuff and then you hold the microphone near the speaker for the phonograph to play the record and my mother would sit down there and listen to this and at the quality was just was was horrible but it allowed me to get started on on on living out. my dreams. Time pass rush came to believe that his family had a change of heart about his pursuit of broadcasting. Even though the family didn't understand it the fact that my head quit it was enough for them to encourage me to stay in it. And i did and All that happened happened minutes. It's been so rewarding it has been so so meaningful to me and there've been so many people that have made it possible among them all of you. Thanks for the rest of us. My friend rush limbaugh. The third spent the next seven decades pursuit of broadcast excellence and he set the standard. That will be very very hard to be..

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Give it to him by his parents. That can only transmit route is out. There was a device caller remco though and it was the most of the mazing thing my parents got it for me for christmas one year and my mother actually dutifully put radio on her lap. I would go upstairs where the bedroom was. And i would have my phone and you had to have an external microphone to put into the speaker of the phonograph that you were playing records on and move the microphone to your mouth when you were doing. Dj stuff and then you hold the microphone near the speaker for the phonograph to play the record and my mother would sit down there and listen to this and at the quality was just was was horrible but it allowed me to get started on on on living out. my dreams. Time pass rush came to believe that his family had a change of heart about his pursuit of broadcasting. Even though the family didn't understand it the fact that my head quit it was enough for them to encourage me to stay in it. And i did and All that happened happened minutes. It's been so rewarding it has been so so meaningful to me and there've been so many people that have made it possible among them all of you. Thanks for the rest of us. My friend rush limbaugh. The third spent the next seven decades relentless pursuit of broadcast excellence and he set the standard. That will be very very hard to be..

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Consistently for his whole career and of course those links cannot die they are attorney and he has helped to sustain them so far and we should carry on. Trump doesn't care He's not politically correct and he's fearless. He's not afraid to tell people what he thinks about other people or things and he's not worried about the reaction that people have to it. He's just going to go ahead and be who he is. He's one of these people that really he. He embodies the idea that you attract the kind of people you are and that you should not be a phony to try to attract certain people trying to be like the people you wanna retract. It never works. He just is who he is. And whoever doesn't like him their problem. Whoever does find their inner circle. We're so glad to have with us. your phone. Few moments one of the busiest men in america to share his thoughts about rush limbaugh president. Donald j trump mr president. What do you think rush. Limbaugh legacy will be across america and the world more than anything else sprayed encourage. You know he had got rush. Would talk about anything that was appropriate to talk about these other people. Even the good ones could people but they wanna be politically correct. They don't want to say anything that's too controversial and that's what made him successful that anybody. You may be one guy that knows better than i do. Rush was a he was a man who had tremendous courage and he had tremendous principal and he believed in something he talked about it and who had an audience. Like every you know. Sean hannity great. And he's a great guy and a great person every way and sean. It's a voice that can never ever be replaced. And and you know sean. say that. Who so big in his own writing is a massive audience. And sean openly says nope rush was the voice it can never be replaced. You cannot 'cause they used to say well who can replace brush and the fact is nobody will ever replace him. He was a courageous. I said and he loved our country. Well mr president on behalf of all of us who worked with rush and his millions of fans we wanna thank you for bestowing the medal of freedom upon him at that time. Only you could do that and make all of the elected democrat in washington show up for the ceremony. Thank you for that. It was such a beautiful night. One will never forget. Thank you for doing that. Mr president was a great evening. And i've never seen anything like at one side was going crazy in a positive way and the other side was dead silent. But you know what you looked at the eyes of the other side. They knew he deserved it. They knew it they respected then respected him as much as they may be disliked him and i don't know disagreed with them for whatever reason i don't know why you would he wants a strong military wants slow taxes. You know the common sense.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"You know it's just it was just so surreal because we were like we have. We always have rush on the cover and think it was monday. Diana and i had a conversation and we were like you know it's weird. We just had a feeling like things were not good. What do we do like an and so we had. We had talked about how we should probably in the in the case that something should happen to rush. Have something as backup cover. Because we can't have rush on the cover if he's if he's not here anymore in the in the same capacity as we have in the past so we came up with an alternate cover and That was really that was difficult because it was the first cover in thirty years that i've designed that he was not on the cover. And i just. I couldn't imagine doing melanoma letter without him on the cover. You know it just. It's such a staple of of what we do. And how we we visualized the limbaugh letter and the whole limbaugh letters written obviously in his words and as i had to kind of rethink that. And it's just you know after thirty years. It's just on imaginable to think about how we could do that. And i have the i have so many amazing memories about him and just hanging out with him and like an. I just didn't see it coming. I really didn't win catherine you know. Even when catherine was talking about it on air. I was just like. Oh my god. I can't i can't and it was. You know we had this issue to get out and we were working full blast and the only thing i kept thinking about is that rush would want me to finish and we have to keep going and we have to keep doing what we're doing and you know that's what we do and so we pulled the pulled the cover and put the alternate on and and we move any. You know we've been moving forward and you know trying to well. Let me tell you something about that. Cover that cover was perfect it. Yeah you know. God is with me. What exact cover was the cover. We did before he died. That was the cover before the cover that we did when he died was the one of just the microphone. Bright that okay cover. That was out the limbaugh letter. That was out when he died. It was almost like the perfect. I know it really was. And it was almost surreal. Because when we did it was interesting. We we when i presented covers to rush. I often did like a couple of different covers for him to choose from and we had a couple of different ideas for that cover and honestly we were surprised he chose that one and we were like okay and you know what russia's never wrong ever ever like you know sometimes diana you're like oh maybe we'll do this and we show him something and he goes with something else and it's always perfect. It's always somehow were seized the future. I don't know how he does it. And so that cover guy. He chose that one and we were like. Oh okay great and we move forward and then later on when we looked at that i mean catherine held up at cpac and it was just like yeah. He's with god. It's like it's amazing and the room when katherine that up featuring and that was just tell you. That's a moment i won't forget. Yeah and those people that could see it you know they had. They had monitors people that could see it. You could hear the reaction through it was really impactful and wrote trump's that yes in russia's that he brush chose every cover he was very involved in the covers and yeah and i miss that so much but me hear one of those amazing stories about rush. Okay so i know which one you're talking about so when we were in new york and i know you you were probably there for this and you might not remember this but we used to go out all the time right and go to like fancy restaurants. Like ruth's chris and twenty one club and we always a private room in the back and we entertain clients when they came in like advertisers important advertisers and wants a time. I remember i was. I think i had just i started. I think rush was curious about like what i was like or who i was you know so i was sitting next to him at dinner and we had a great time there. Was you know we were always having so much fun. Giggles lots of giggles with all of us. But at the end of the dinner he turned to me and he said you know his knees. We're gonna we're gonna smoke cigars gemina moving and he kinda like gave me this like sheepish grin like and i was like looking at him and i didn't want to move. I was having way too much fun to him. I go rush you. You're not gonna offer me like. I like smoking cigars. And he started to laugh and he was like sure. You can have a scar. I didn't know you smoke cigars. And he had humidor and that he always those types of things over there was always a humidor. We were always smoking cigars you know. It was a different time. It was a long time ago. You know and he opened up the humidor and of course now the challenge. She goes well. Which one do you want now. I know nothing about cigars was totally bluffing. I mean league. And i turned to him. And i go well which one's the most expensive one the laugh. Because i was the only thing. I knew that there were probably inexpensive cigars. They're probably really expensive cigars. And if i was going to do this leg. I gotta have the best right. So i so. He's he's says well. This one's the most expensive one or something like that. And i go well. Then i'll have that one. And i love that story because we just we were giggling and it was of him. That was sort of him like he liked to kinda lay a test. You kind of a little bit to see and it was. It was fun we were. That's how we interacted and we had such a good time and remember just enjoying that cigar. And i think i held onto the cigar. I didn't smoke the whole thing. I can smith old thing but like you know holding onto it for a really long time because it was just such a great memory of us all hanging out and having such a good time. Read a post that you put in tribute on your facebook page to rush and i and i want you to read what you feel comfortable reading from genetic to read it all you know if you wanna skip over a few things. That's fine too but give us the gist of that facebook. Post if you don't mind so it was really important to me when he died and it took me a really well longtime to sort of like think about how i wanted to honor him and i have a lot of people who were asking me about my relationship with him how i was doing and what people have an. I'm sure you encounter this. Like what's he really like. And i wrote this post. It was important to me to put down in words. Like what i was feeling about rush and i i in the beginning of the post. I told a story that. I just told about the cigar because i wanted to give context to how he and i kind of interacted. But i wanna kinda read some of it if you don't mind because i wanted.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"A part of the rush team. Now i'm gonna say this to you If folks diana is is is one of my best friends on the face of the earth she. There was a time when i first started working with rush that And diana had come on board. And i realize how brilliant this woman was and i felt almost inadequate and i remember asking her. How do i was so funny. How do i get a smart as you guys. Do you remember those researchers. Oh i don't remember that because it was because it's obviously so not true. I mean you are way quicker than and newark that all kinds of wit and wisdom and if anyone could predict a rush take yours close home so what i did was though you you recommended that at the time because i kept pressing you on it so you recommended that i watched two or three different shows. I want we were because they're all going now. Anyway you said every night if you really want to get to where the landscape is politically in this country. Watch this this this this read this this this this and within two or three months you'll you'll have it down and i did. I did advice good advice but but beyond that you know you have With the limbaugh letter like every like every body else that that reads the limbaugh letter. It's an impressive. It is an impressive body of work. That that you and rush put together there and i hope that That limbaugh letter is looked at by historians and by educators for what it is it is truly reflective of a time those thirty three years those those that thirty period. How how many years did you. You didn't start at the beginning. How many years well started in the first issue was the october nineteen ninety two issues. So we're we will. This october will be our twenty ninth anniversary. He'll for twenty nine years almost thirty years. The limbaugh letter stood as the the number one political newsletter in america. And and you are largely responsible for that along with rush. What an amazing thing then. Well russia is want the inspiration for it all and a half to say at the time. A lot of people copied him and there was the various newsletters. I won't name for other hosts who i won't name and they lasted navy a year or two and russia's lasted this long and it's because of him but i gloat no reciting blow diana thank you. I really appreciate the parable about a picture of thousand words. The limbaugh letter. This this month was worth the whole library. It was great the cover of limbaugh letter. It says it all. Thank you sir. I we don't get a lot of calls about the limbaugh letter but when we do everybody on that staff just loves it. The limbaugh letter is six. People don't know how difficult that is because look at fifteen hours a week here on the radio that is that is then reproduced on the website. And if here's this sixteen page monthly publication. that's not on digital. What do you do to put things in that. That haven't been said it's a. It's a monthly challenge in the people that put that together are excellent at. I agree it's good. It's good magazine. They follow my example. That's why it's great and but really all candor it is. It is fifteen hours a week. What is there not said. It turns out a lot and the the newsletter is the repository for. I'm really flattered that you mentioned whoever had to cover today. You get a chance to hear from denise may who's the creative director not just for the limbaugh letter but for iheartmedia and premiere networks and denise. Welcome how are you. I'm good how are you james. It's so good to hear your voice. And what those good to hear your voice as well. Now listen you came on board. I remember when you came on board. You were young thing young four years old. I mean. I can't even like it was amazing. And so all i remember we start a newsletter diana local whose the editor tricks of the limbaugh letter. Then the next person was hired. Was you so. Let me ask you a question. The first time you met rush. What was that like. Oh my god it was at a party. And i was invited to when we were doing some sort of dinner and he was standing there and it was a group and i think it was. John accidentally set denise. Come over here. I wanna introduce you to rush and i remember like being completely awestruck. Hi i'm a big man. And he went. Oh thank you very much. All right i was like oh crap flake one such a ding dong. You know you know when you when you meet him. He's you know he's got such a presence and obviously i was just off him. Okay so now you so now here you are twenty four years old and you're in new york city and here's this job and mike. What's it like working with rush. I'm like gosh it was such a gas. I mean we all. Don't you remember. We were all at wabc radio. We had these small offices at the end of the hall and we just had so much fun interacting and we would sit in the studio while russia's talking and obviously the limbaugh letter is a product of the radio show where we take content from what russia's talking about and expand upon that and create new content so super important frosted like listening and hear what he was saying and it was so inspiring and then on top of it like hanging out with you and kit and mike and we just it was just such an inspiration to be there and anti experience that limbo let it continue to grow and get more and more subscriptions and we all grew with the shell and kept going and so finally we reach the point That brings us to one of the reasons that i asked you to do washes announcement. What what you're on the phone. I diana called me and told me at the time you know. I've never known anybody to have stage four lung cancer. And i've known people that have survived cancer so at the time. I think i thought if anybody can do it. I mean obviously you know we've been there through a lot of adversity that russia's fees you know and i thought well this is just one hurdle that we're all gonna like pull together and do what we do best and you know he's gonna pull through and he'll get to the other side with you i i i mean i was sad that he had to go through all this but i absolutely thought he was going to beat it. Yeah you re listening. At the moment. The catherine made the announcement will you. Did you find out about i mean. Obviously i heard catherine and make the announcement. I was told beforehand. It was awful. I mean we. It was a wednesday. We were going on. Press with the limbaugh letter on a third on the thursday that following day so we were like crazy busy on deadline. The limbaugh letter is written in first person. And it's just.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Was mama paying attention to. He was fixated on the republicans are only concerned about what's on fox. News or rush limbaugh sang and democrats are looking at the new york times or huffington post so obama comes into office telling republicans that they can't listen to rush limbaugh anymore and get things done. That's just not how it happens in washington and he's leaving office. Having failed to remove one of his main impediments from his equation would be me. so they're eight years obama. He comes into office with me living rent-free in his hand and i'm still there. It can be said today that during the obama administration rush limbaugh was at his best staunchly defending conservative principles standing up for america and exceptionalism but in the end route his best or even on a bed day few could touch rush limbaugh. The obama chapter is but just eight years of more than thirty of unprecedented broadcast. Excellence on four gettable. That's the impression that you the rush limbaugh audience made with your support for russia's last charitable effort while rush was still with us through the standup for betsy ross campaign your generosity resulted in a five million dollars. Donation to the tunnel to towers foundation. Rush said it best. We chose tunnel to towers to be the beneficiary of the campaign because we love the work they do and the story about how they started when a family experiences significant loss the mother or father passes while serving our country tunnel to towers steps in threes that family of a major worried during their time of crisis tunnel to towers pays off mortgages in full for these families and provides them with the comfort of a home when their world has literally been turned upside down. The foundation does the same for first responders and also bill smart homes for our most catastrophically injured veterans and first responders more. Heroes need your help do good by donating eleven dollars a month to tunnel to towers at t to t dot org. That's the letter t the number to the letter. T. dot org so. This was a relationship that started the nineties and and continued right up until the time rush left us and so all those years. I mean what what what what's your takeaway from working with with rush all of those years. Well you know. I don't know if you remember the nightline appearance. I think it was april of ninety four and he had been on along with carville and some other one new york times writer and it was a town hall it was supposed to be about hillary and healthcare and this was before the midterm elections where the republicans took over as they used to call the republican takeover. So this was still in the honeymoon. Phase of the clinton administration and ted koppel really liked rush at that point and had him on. He was the only one who wasn't physically in the town. All i think i was and he was supposed to talk about healthcare and hillary care and he was the first person up and he immediately changed. The subject. did not talk about anything. Other than all the lies that these people that clinton's had been promulgating about whitewater and he started talking listing that he rat attack the the billing records white water went on and on and the rest of the rue was there to talk about healthcare and they simply just ignore a sickly. What rush had said. They didn't respond to it and the next day we were all you remember this. We were all standing in the hallway before the show. And i said to rush. Hey rush did you notice that you basically accuse them on television national television of being liars and they didn't defend her and he did what you and i used to call that sponge thing he would look so intently at you when you were talking. And he wouldn't necessarily say anything. And this was the first time i had experienced it. And he had this saying look and he listened to what i had to say and he didn't respond. He just walked down the hallway to the studio and then he used that as his jumping off point and then a few days later there was the pretty in pink conference because hillary knew she had not been defended by our own people on national tv. and so. That was the first time. I knew he was probably the best listener that i have ever encountered in my life. He had the ability and even after he lost his hearing. he had the ability to absorb information filter. Into this amazing creative mind he had and be able to transform it and bring it out as the rush take because he would take things that we all would suggest or a line or whatever and he would make it into something miraculous and amazing to watch him. Do that live that ability to spontaneously thing on ninety different levels at once. I i tell you that was we all have talked about how much we love him and his generosity his character and all those things are true the thing that i also appreciate so much as his mind the most brilliant i have been the in the presence of and yet very very gentle and kind and.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Was mama paying attention to. He was fixated on the republicans are only concerned about what's on fox. News or rush limbaugh sang and democrats are looking at the new york times or huffington post so obama comes into office telling republicans that they can't listen to rush limbaugh anymore and get things done. That's just not how it happens in washington and he's leaving office. Having failed to remove one of his main impediments from his equation would be me. so they're eight years obama. He comes into office with me living rent-free in his hand and i'm still there. It can be said today that during the obama administration rush limbaugh was at his best staunchly defending conservative principles standing up for america and exceptionalism but in the end route his best or even on a bed day few could touch rush limbaugh. The obama chapter is but just eight years of more than thirty of unprecedented broadcast. Excellence on four gettable. That's the impression that you the rush limbaugh audience made with your support for russia's last charitable effort while rush was still with us through the standup for betsy ross campaign your generosity resulted in a five million dollars. Donation to the tunnel to towers foundation. Rush said it best. We chose tunnel to towers to be the beneficiary of the campaign because we love the work they do and the story about how they started when a family experiences significant loss the mother or father passes while serving our country tunnel to towers steps in threes that family of a major worried during their time of crisis tunnel to towers pays off mortgages in full for these families and provides them with the comfort of a home when their world has literally been turned upside down. The foundation does the same for first responders and also bill smart homes for our most catastrophically injured veterans and first responders more. Heroes need your help do good by donating eleven dollars a month to tunnel to towers at t to t dot org. That's the letter t the number to the letter. T. dot org so. This was a relationship that started the nineties and and continued right up until the time rush left us and so all those years. I mean what what what what's your takeaway from working with with rush all of those years. Well you know. I don't know if you remember the nightline appearance. I think it was april of ninety four and he had been on along with carville and some other one new york times writer and it was a town hall it was supposed to be about hillary and healthcare and this was before the midterm elections where the republicans took over as they used to call the republican takeover. So this was still in the honeymoon. Phase of the clinton administration and ted koppel really liked rush at that point and had him on. He was the only one who wasn't physically in the town. All i think i was and he was supposed to talk about healthcare and hillary care and he was the first person up and he immediately changed. The subject. did not talk about anything. Other than all the lies that these people that clinton's had been promulgating about whitewater and he started talking listing that he rat attack the the billing records white water went on and on and the rest of the rue was there to talk about healthcare and they simply just ignore a sickly. What rush had said. They didn't respond to it and the next day we were all you remember this. We were all standing in the hallway before the show. And i said to rush. Hey rush did you notice that you basically accuse them on television national television of being liars and they didn't defend her and he did what you and i used to call that sponge thing he would look so intently at you when you were talking. And he wouldn't necessarily say anything. And this was the first time i had experienced it. And he had this saying look and he listened to what i had to say and he didn't respond. He just walked down the hallway to the studio and then he used that as his jumping off point and then a few days later there was the pretty in pink conference because hillary knew she had not been defended by people on national. Tv and so. That was the first time. I knew he was probably the best listener that i have ever encountered in my life. He had the ability and even after he lost his hearing. He had the ability to absorb information filter. Into this amazing creative mind he had and be able to transform it and bring it out as the rush take because he would take things that we all would suggest or a line or whatever and he would make it into something miraculous and amazing to watch him. Do that live that ability to spontaneously thing on ninety different levels at once. I i tell you that was. We all have talked about how much we love him and his generosity his character and all those things are true. The thing that i also appreciate so much as his mind the most brilliant human being i have been the in the presence of and yet very very gentle and kind and.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Absorb rush as much as possible and my job was to try and contain lightning in a bottle. Basically is to distill that down somehow into eight pages every month a daily radio show about the news so that was a you know my greatest professional challenge. I think was to figure out a way of containing him into print. And you know as much as possible. Max why i immediately said well it pages. It's never gonna be enough way. Bumped up to twelve and then to sixteen which is what lasted its whole life and then we went full color because it had to be to contain rush so it was a real interesting thing to figure out a way and i noticed that he talked big picture as well as news and so i was trying to every month hit on for the cover story. Help him to convey his main beam of that. Monsoonal were big picture items would fit in a monthly publication. And that was the the fun of it is to write out old. Yes he's talking about this important subject education or whatever it was and then you know the smaller items we could do the news items the funny things as stupid quotes so we try to combine both humor and substance and he always wanted to do original research in the newsletter so it wasn't a duplication of what was on the radio at all right. Tell us what it was like working with rush. First time you met him it was the interview. What about after that. what happened. how did you. What was your relationship like with rush. Well rush was wonderful. I mean i'm going to get choked up. Put i loved him and he was the best boss ever because he has. I think you said earlier. He would choose self-starters and people that he felt would be independent a work independently. And just let us go. And so he was not a person who looked over the shoulder micromanage. He trusted us. And that trust was such an honor and really got the best work out of all of us. I think we all wanted to please him. And we all wanted him to be approving of what the work was though. We gave it our very best every single day. And also we knew that's what he was doing so he set the tone for excellence. You know basically the entire eighteen wide an everyone worked well together because of that we all had the same mindset. But you know if you don't mind. I have a memory of pretty funny thing where i think i got my nickname. Edit tricks in this was in nineteen ninety-four. He wanted to do a reprint. Not only of the thirty five undeniable truth of life also update them so we had a new thirty-five undeniable 's but as i was talking to him he was standing in my office. I had the next to him at the time and he came in Discussing it and i corrected him on a the number twenty four. Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women access to the mainstream society. And i sent him a rush. You just worded that wrong. You've got to many words in there it should be. Feminism was established to allow. You don't need the so as to. It's just superfluous. And so he look to me after kind of iffy me that one. I'd look and he's let me tell you he says you have three hundred and twenty-five radio stations and then you could write it however you want looked at him and i said point taken and i immediately. He laughed he was. He was being very funny but he had a boy and i left and he laughed and after that he started so i think there was a little bit of dominatrix because i had argued with him and i wanted to correct for so i got a note. I got an email here from the drinks and the limbaugh letter at the most widely read political newsletter in america. dear boss. i sadly think you're caller is right. I think hillary is going to be on a higher platform to make her look equal to trump a podium. She's got dictionary definitions. Here is though. I don't know what these things are a podium. A pony is the raised platform on which the speaker stands to deliver his or her speech. Podium derived from the greek word as in podiatrist eight elector is a raised slanted stand on. Which speaker can place his or her notes or secret. Teleprompter lectern is derived from the latin word lexus. The past participle of the verb gear which means to eat vegetables. The word electric comes from the same. I was confused anyway. It's a long way of saying that the caller might have been right. That they're going to have her jacked up each week. One rush limbaugh the man behind the golden eib microphone we delve into russia's biographical journey with the help of his friends colleagues and family members. Today we welcome one of america's most loved actors and patriots. Scott baeau the life of rush limbaugh chapter ten narrated by scott bail on november fourth. Two thousand eight american made history by electing its first black president and known for his signature cutting edge analysis and insight rush. Limbaugh was quick to explain. Barack obama was able to convince so many americans to vote for him. In fact rush was very detailed. as to why obama's election victory was so decisive. The main reason obama was elected was a bunch of people in this country very distressed and fed-up but beyond going allegation that they and the rest of the country were a bunch of racists and bigots and they believed that if they participated in electing the first african-american president that they could do away with that charge. They do away with that notion that idea. I firmly believe that the vast majority outside of the democrat or the vast majority of white votes for obama were made with that hope after eight years of conservative leadership under president. George w bush rush was eager willing and ready to resume his role as chief conservative critic in opposition to the obama regime as he frequently labeled phipps. What the hell is it but not a regime. It didn't take long for rush to start making waves with only four little words. Just before inauguration day i hope he fails. I wanted obama to fail so that my country would not i wanted to bama's liberal agenda is socialist community organizer agenda to fail. I did not and never have and never will want america failed. Never no way. I wanted america to be saved rush soon. Found plenty more to criticize them. We'll became the signatures of the obama administration from obamacare to the closing gitmo. The iran nuclear deal to obama's border tactics and much much more for rush limbaugh. The obama years with chock full of policies and bed politics to dissect for tens of millions of listeners daily and throughout obama's two terms in office rush to great pride and telling his listeners that he had no doubt the president was one of them as often explained on air. Not only.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Absorb rush as much as possible and my job was to try and contain lightning in a bottle. Basically is to distill that down somehow into eight pages every month a daily radio show about the news so that was a you know my greatest professional challenge. I think was to figure out a way of containing him into print. And you know as much as possible. Max why i immediately said well it pages. It's never gonna be enough way. Bumped up to twelve and then to sixteen which is what lasted its whole life and then we went full color because it had to be to contain rush so it was a real interesting thing to figure out a way and i noticed that he talked big picture as well as news and so i was trying to every month hit on for the cover story. Help him you know. Basically convey his main beam of that monsoonal were big picture items would fit in a monthly publication. And that was the the fun of it is to write out old yes. He's talking about this important subject education or whatever it was and then you know the smaller items we could do the news items the funny things as stupid quotes so we try to combine both humor and substance and he always wanted to do original research in the newsletter so it wasn't a duplication of what was on the radio at all right. Tell us what it was like working with rush. First time you met him it was the interview. What about after that. what happened. how did you. What was your relationship like with rush. Well rush was wonderful. I mean i'm going to get choked up. Put i loved him and he was the best boss ever because he has. I think you said earlier. He would choose self-starters and people that he felt would be independent work independently and just let us go. And so he was not a person who looked over the shoulder micromanage. He trusted us. And that trust was such an honor and really got the best work out of all of us. I think we all wanted to please him. And we all wanted him to be approving of what the work was though. We gave it our very best every single day. And also we knew that's what he was doing so he set the tone for excellence. You know basically the entire eighteen wide an everyone worked well together because of that we all had the same mindset. But you know if you don't mind. I have a memory of pretty funny thing where i think i got my nickname. Edit tricks in this was in nineteen ninety-four. He wanted to do a reprint. Not only of the thirty five undeniable truth of life also update them so we had a new thirty-five undeniable 's but as i was talking to him he was standing in my office. I had the next to him at the time and he came in Discussing it and i corrected him on a the number twenty four. Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women access to the mainstream society. And i sent him a rush. You just worded that wrong. You've got to many words in there it should be. Feminism was established to allow. You don't need the so as to. It's just superfluous. And so he look to me after kind of iffy me that one. I'd look and he's let me tell you he says you have three hundred and twenty-five radio stations and then you could write it however you want looked at him and i said point taken and i immediately. He laughed he was. He was being very funny but he had a boy and i left and he laughed and after that he started so i think there was a little bit of dominatrix because i had argued with him and i wanted to correct for so i got a note. I got an email here from the drinks and the limbaugh letter at the most widely read political newsletter in america. dear boss. i sadly think you're caller is right. I think hillary is going to be on a higher platform to make her look equal to trump a podium. She's got dictionary definitions. Here is though. I don't know what these things are a podium. A pony is the raised platform on which the speaker stands to deliver his or her speech. Podium derived from the greek word as in podiatrist eight elector is a raised slanted stand on. Which speaker can place his or her notes or secret. Teleprompter lectern is derived from the latin word lexus. The past participle of the verb gear which means to eat vegetables. The word electric comes from the same. I was confused anyway. It's a long way of saying that the caller might have been right jacked up each week. One rush limbaugh the man behind the golden eib microphone we delve into russia's biographical journey with the help of his friends colleagues and family members. Today we welcome one of america's most loved actors and patriots. Scott baeau the life of rush limbaugh chapter ten narrated by scott bail on november fourth. Two thousand eight american made history by electing its first black president and known for his signature cutting edge analysis and insight rush. Limbaugh was quick to explain. Barack obama was able to convince so many americans to vote for him. In fact rush was very detailed. as to why obama's election victory was so decisive. The main reason obama was elected was a bunch of people in this country very distressed and fed-up but beyond going allegation that they and the rest of the country were a bunch of racists and bigots and they believed that if they participated in electing the first african-american president that they could do away with that charge. They do away with that notion that idea. I firmly believe that the vast majority outside of the democrat or the vast majority of white votes for obama were made with that hope after eight years of conservative leadership by the president. George w bush rush was eager willing and ready to resume his role as chief conservative critic in opposition to the obama regime as he frequently labeled phipps. What the hell is it but not a regime. It didn't take long for rush to start making waves with only four little words. Just before inauguration day i hope he fails. I wanted obama to fail so that my country would not i wanted to bama's liberal agenda is socialist community organizer a gender to fail. I did not and never have and never will want america failed. Never no way. I wanted america to be saved rush soon. Found plenty more to criticize them. We'll became the signatures of the obama administration from obamacare to the closing gitmo. The iran nuclear deal to obama's border tactics and much much more for rush limbaugh. The obama years were chock full of policies and bed politics to dissect for tens of millions of listeners. daily and throughout obama's two terms in office rush to great pride and telling his listeners that he had no doubt the president was one of them as often explained on air. Not only.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Oh we have with us. The editor tricks of the nevada diana a local. Welcome diana how are you. I am wonderful. It's so good to hear your voice jail. Thank you so much now. Where do we begin. Must begin at the beginning. Uh hey i got i have. I have an idea how i asked you question. Okay sure do you remember the day that i cut off five hundred radio stations from the studio. No no so. I wanted to tell that story before you started asking me questions because it is so hilarious. In retrospect at the time it was very traumatic for everyone. But if you remember what happened. When i first started. They wanted me to sit in the studio to absorb all that. I could of the atmosphere and i sat to the right of you for a few years. If you remember you were screening calls. And then i sat to the seat next to you than there. Was mike mamone and kit in the room. Typically and this one day rush was remotely broadcasting. I think he was in california but as long as he was there it didn't really matter where he was. I don't remember where it was but he was broadcasting remotely in at the time you would speak to him by pushing a button on the board every time you wanted to add or he had a question for you so you would keep up your repartee that you usually did well. I used to have comments that he invited to also make comments. And i would tell you because you were right near the microphone. And i would tell you my comment and then you would tell rush my comment and after i think got tired of it and you said hey why don't you push the button yourself. If you have something to say to rush. So fortunately james. This was during an advertisement in advertising break. I had something to say. And i pushed vote button and i went to make my comment all of a sudden kit and mike and you started standing up at scrambling around and it was like the er pushing buttons at redoing. This and doing that and i was like would happened. And you said to me that i had cut rush off from his entire eob network of a main so you all scrambled to end. You all got the connection going again during the advertise break end so rush basically asked you. Hey what the hell happened. And you did not thrown under the bus. I'm still grateful for it. You say oh yeah. There was a satellite uplink. Glitch uncovered me and as far are rushing. Never knew what really happened. That you've had some woman in studio base go pushed the wrong button so okay. Let's talk about You for minute. When did you first hear rush. Limbaugh when did you first become aware of that. There was this guy on the radio. Rushland buff well. It is a really cool story. Actually i was the one of the four issue editors at three dollars digest and it was my job to choose all material for one full issue. There were four of us. And we rotated. And so i was working on. I believe it was the nineteen ninety one possibly may issue and i was in charge of picking all the stories on their headband. Believe in atlantic profile of rush limbaugh and. that was the first time i had ever heard his name. It was a wonderful profile. Very positive. And i thought man. This'll be just perfect for the issue around it out. it's differentness. the sky has such personality. And it's radio which we didn't have a lot of material on so i scheduled it for that issue that was putting together. And one of the editors who was working underneath me whose job it was to edited. Condense it of course. We condensed everything at the reader's digest. She brought it in finished ready for my ten and she said by the way you should listen to this guy as i said when he sounds so cool she said nothing competes with hearing him yourself and that woman's name was susan france and i later hired her for the liberal at our believe it or not but she was the one who introduced me to the idea that had to hear him and i went out on my lunch break. Turn on the radio in my car. And i was immediately hook. I know everyone has those same experiences. And from that time i spent every lunch hour in the editorial library digest secretly listening to rush's show as much as i could. So it actually. Was you know necessary for me to work for him. Because it was kind of unethical to be paid by the reader's digest and spending an hour listening to the rush limbaugh. Wow so how did it come about that. You became the limbaugh letter. The edit tricks of as rush. 'cause you at a tricks of the letter well after that i think a month or two after that i heard through the grapevine that rush was starting publication and i thought man i'm made for that and i saw an advertisement in the new york times. That's how we there was no online applying for jobs or searching for jobs in those days. This was the early nineties. And so i read the new york times i was in publishing in. That's where the want ads were for the publishing world. And so i saw this little to line Add wanted editor for new publication combines humor and conservative politics and i do like okay. There's only one person on the planet who combines humor and conservative politics and since i already had gotten there was a new publication starting and so i sent to the company. I sent a two line letter. That said i hear. You're starting excellence in publications at. I am very interested and i gave my contact information so they called me and i had an interview. You know what's fun. The second interview was with rush himself. I did not know it at the time but it was because of something. I didn't say in the interview process. That i got the job. I didn't ask anybody about benefits. I didn't ask any about vacations time. I didn't anybody about anything other than what they wanted. In the job itself. And i learned later that that was just a bugaboo. That rush had that he couldn't stand people who just wanted to know soon as they were being interviewed. What are the benefits in one case. And so the fact that. I didn't ask those. What being the plus column remember the day you i can that you were first introduced to the staff. The beautiful dark haired woman comes in. And i'm like wow who's that. That's the person is going to start the rush limbaugh newsletter. And yeah and so you hung out with us in the studio awhile and then out rosa issue number one and issue number one. I still have of the limbaugh letter and it was what it was like four pages. I think when i was four pages or was there was eight. Eight page eight pages. They started with basically to color newsprint eight pages and you know to me. They had given me a few months to sit in the studio and.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"We have with us. The editor tricks of the nevada diana a local. Welcome diana how are you. I am wonderful. It's so good to hear your voice jail. Thank you so much now. Where do we begin. Must begin at the beginning. Uh hey i got i have. I have an idea how i asked you question. Okay sure do you remember the day that i cut off five hundred radio stations from the studio. No no so. I wanted to tell that story before you started asking me questions because it is so hilarious. In retrospect at the time it was very traumatic for everyone. But if you remember what happened. When i first started. They wanted me to sit in the studio to absorb all that. I could the atmosphere and i sat to the right of you for a few years. If you remember you were screening calls. That's right and then. I sat to the seat next to you than there. Was mike mamone and kit in the room. Typically and this one day rush was remotely broadcasting. I think he was in california but as long as he was there it didn't really matter where he was. I don't remember where it was but he was broadcasting remotely in at the time you would speak to him by pushing a button on the board every time you wanted to add or he had a question for you so you would keep up your repartee that you usually did well. I used to have comments that he invited to also make comments. And i would tell you because you were right near the microphone. And i would tell you my comment and then you would tell rush my comment and after i think got tired of it and you said hey why don't you push the button yourself. If you have something to say to rush. So fortunately james. This was during an advertisement in advertising break. I had something to say. And i pushed vote button and i went to make my comment all of a sudden kit and mike and you started standing up and scrambling around and it was like the er pushing buttons at redoing. This and doing that. And i was like what happened. And you said to me that. I had cut rush off from his entire e v network of a main. So you all scrambled to end you. All got the connection going again during the advertise for end so rush basically asked you. Hey what the hell happened. And you did not thrown under the bus. I'm still grateful for it. You say oh yeah. There was a satellite uplink. Glitch uncovered me and as far are rushing. Never knew what really happened. That you've had some woman in the studio base go pushed the wrong button so okay. Let's talk about You for minute. When did you first hear rush. Limbaugh when did you first become aware of that. There was this guy on the radio. Rushland buff well. It is a really cool story. Actually i was the one of the four issue editors at three-under sti- jest. And it was my job to choose all material for one full issue. There were four of us. And we rotated. And so i was working on. I believe it was the nineteen ninety-one possibly may issue. And i was in charge of picking all the stories on their headband. Believe in atlantic profile of rush limbaugh and. that was the first time i had ever heard his name. It was a wonderful profile. Very positive. And i thought man. This'll be just perfect for the issue around it out. it's differentness. the sky has such personality. And it's radio which we didn't have a lot of material on so i scheduled it for that issue that was putting together. And one of the editors who was working underneath me whose job it was to edited. Condense it of course. We condensed everything at the reader's digest. She brought it in finished ready for my ten and she said by the way you should listen to this guy as i said when he sounds so cool she said nothing competes with hearing him yourself and that woman's name was susan france and i later hired her for the limbaugh letter. Believe it or not but she was the one who introduced me to the idea that had to hear him. And i went out on my lunch. Break turn on the radio in my car. And i was immediately hook. I know everyone has those same. And from that time i spent every lunch hour in the editorial library digest secretly listening to rush's show as much as i could. So it actually. Was you know necessary for me to work for him. Because it was kind of unethical be paid by the reader's digest and spending an hour listening to the rush limbaugh. Wow so how did it come about that. You became the limbaugh letter. The edit tricks of as rush. 'cause you at a tricks of the letter well after that i think a month or two after that i heard through the grapevine that rush was starting publication and i thought man i made for that and i saw an advertisement in the new york times. That's how we there was no online applying for jobs or searching for jobs in those days. This was the early nineties. And so i read the new york times i was in publishing in. That's where the want ads were for the publishing world. And so i saw this little to line Add wanted editor for new publication combines humor and conservative politics and i do like okay. There's only one person on the planet who combines humor and conservative politics and since i already had gotten there was a new publication starting and so i sent to the company. I sent a two line letter. That said i hear. You're starting excellence in publications at. I am very interested and i gave my contact information so they called me and i had an interview. You know what's fun. The second interview was with rush himself. I did not know it at the time but it was because of something. I didn't say in the interview process. That i got the job. I didn't ask anybody about benefits. I didn't ask any about vacation time. I didn't anybody about anything other than what they wanted. In the job itself. And i learned later that that was just a bugaboo. That rush had that he couldn't stand people who just wanted to know soon as they were being interviewed. What are the benefits in once. occasion and so the fact that i didn't ask those. What being the plus column. Yeah i remember the day you. I can that you were first introduced to the staff. The beautiful dark haired woman comes in. And i'm like wow who's that that's the person is going to start the rush limbaugh newsletter and. Yeah and so you hung out with us in the studio awhile and then out rosa issue number one and issue number one. I still have of the limbaugh letter and it was what it was like four pages. I think when i was four pages or was there was eight. Eight page eight pages. They started with basically to color newsprint eight pages and you know to me. They had given me a few months to sit in the studio and.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Limbaugh show on the nfl. I am bret. Witter will in on the rush. Limbaugh show the network guy hosts today. And i've appreciated it so much for the entirety of this program and i'll be back tomorrow and wednesday even thursday. Today's high note is about former atlanta. Police officer tyrone dennis who left the force last year to start clippers and cops. It's a nonprofit organization aiming to bridge the gap between cops and the communities. They serve after fifteen years on the force. Dennis couldn't help but notice that many of the issues people have with the police could be avoided if the narrative changed so we started partnering with barbershops where he brings people together to talk about. Interacting with law enforcement in a positive.

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