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Mark Levin Remembers Studying Rush Limbaugh

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Mark Levin Remembers Studying Rush Limbaugh

"Rush from time to time would have me over This is many years ago Maybe the late 90s As he was doing his radio shows broadcasting And I'd be watching him do it And he would say you're studying me aren't you Mark I said yes I am sir And he would laugh He thought it was great while he was puffing on a cigar And something I always wanted to do even before I heard Russia knew rush or heard bob grant or new bob grant Or one of my favorites in Philadelphia in a local station Was Dominic Quinn in Philadelphia many many years ago Of course our buddy Tom right In Baltimore mister producer Tom marr we missed on Marvin miss all these guys Very very

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Hillary Clinton Fabricated Story That Trump Colluded With Russia

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | Last month

Hillary Clinton Fabricated Story That Trump Colluded With Russia

"So they made up this whole story about Trump Tower communicating with this Alpha bank in Russia via Trump Tower Server. They made the whole thing up. How do I know that Because it's right here. Rush Limbaugh paper Flip hat tip the greatest of all time. It says it right here in the indictment that the server in Trump Tower allegedly communicating with Alpha Bank and Russia quote was not a secret communication channel with a Russian bank, but a red herring. It was just a legitimate CRM company. Customer relationship management company engaged in a marketing campaign. So they knew this the whole time, folks. They knew this in August of 2016, which is weird, because again just months later in October, August, Jim, please for the audience. Can we do a time check? October is after August. Correct. Just checking. Okay. Thank you. There are liberals. Listen, have a tough time of this, so Hillary Clinton hires this lawyer. Susman. He's working with a tech executive on framing Donald Trump, according to this indictment for colluding with the Russians using this server, right, And they know in August, which is before Hillary tweets in October that this is a hoax. The whole thing that it's a quote red herring. That it's not real, that is just made up. But that didn't stop hills. There. It is on my phone right there. Screenshot of her October tweet. It's time for Trump to answer serious questions about his ties with Russia. They knew the whole time and like I said, Hillary, lying, Ladies and gentlemen, is not breaking news. This is one of the most disgusting human beings to ever run for office in the history of

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Feds Launch Civil Rights Investigation Into 5 States Over Mask Mandate Bans

The Rush Limbaugh Show

02:03 min | Last month

Feds Launch Civil Rights Investigation Into 5 States Over Mask Mandate Bans

"This a big story buck and it kind of is getting lost. A little bit in the afghanistan shuffle. I would say but the federal government is investigating five different states that have allowed parents to make decisions about whether or not their kids wear masks among those states. Florida tennessee texas. I believe oklahoma and also a fifth state. Obviously not a surprise. Red states are being investigated by federal civil rights investigators at the department of justice. This is pure madness designed to try to make everybody make the exact same decisions so win buck as happens and is already happening this curve that now the cases are diminishing in florida in texas and they're starting to diminish in tennessee. Already happened in missouri and arkansas. When this happens what usually occurs is the blue check brigade and all the mask mandate losers out there. Say oh well. The reason cases started to go down. They've been arguing this for eighteen months because people started wearing their masks. Well the data doesn't work if there's no mask mandate so rhonda santa is now in the middle of a mask fight. We talked about this. Was it on friday. I think it was buck when a local court in tallahassee florida said the governor had exceeded his authority they now are going to appeal. The department of justice is involved. Here's rhonda santa's on the mass gorse. Well it's gonna be appealed. Obviously it's if you look at the ruling. He's basically saying that. It had violated the school school boards. The parents bill of rights violence the school but in reality school. boards weren't even parties to the case. So i think we're not really good grounds to appeal In terms of the first district court of appeal and look at the end of the day. What the parents. Bill of rights requires in our judgment. Is that parents be given the right to opt out.

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How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

"Here's the article in the new york times opinion piece by for odd manjoo. Brace yourself for the man who could become california's governor. Far hod writes in ordinary times. It would be fairly ridiculous to fret about. Larry elder becoming california's next governor. He's a longtime conservative. Talk radio host from los angeles a fixture of right wing punditry in the mold of rush. Limbaugh his schick is offense and outrage. He has mentored an oppo research. Gold mind of misogynistic and racially inflammatory. Soundbites i always love this one. That larry elder the black conservative is a racist. It's there's they're about as self aware as sheila. It's so funny to me to read this kind of stuff. And it's and this article in the new york times but california sometimes feels as prone to political earthquakes as geological ones every once in a while voters here throw a tantrum and the seemingly unthinkable becomes sudden reality. Elders candidacy makes the race as serious as a heart attack. Especially because the rules governing california's recall election. Which will take place on september fourteenth or unfair to the point of plausible unconstitutionality for newsom to prevail. A majority of voters must oppose his recall if he were to fall even just barely short. The rival who gets the most votes becomes our next governor bush and they're trying everything new york times. They're all going at him. And i just think it might backfire.

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The Marxist Media Has Been Exploiting Phil Valentine's Death

Mark Levin

02:03 min | 2 months ago

The Marxist Media Has Been Exploiting Phil Valentine's Death

"Well, when this virus started, nobody really knew what much to make of it. When these vaccines came out, there were a lot of debates. There's a lot of confusion about Should I or shouldn't I? Lot of that confusion came out of the F D a The other heavy red tape bureaucrats in the Medical and scientific bureaucracy in our country, which is vast, by the way. In our government. So Phil was trying to sort through all that. He wasn't an anti vaccine. You point out. You want to get the vaccine? Go ahead. I'm not, he said. This is a man. It was a substantive man who had a lifetime of work. And virtually the only thing the media could focus on was when he said. I was not going to be vaccinated. Turns out he would die from the virus. Early on when he was in the hospital as I read He said. I should have encouraged people to be vaccinated. So are corrupt media. Which is utterly heartless. Utterly heartless. Has been pouncing on that. Since his death was announced on Saturday. If you didn't know anything about Phil Valentine, That's all you would know about film a long time. And truly, that's all. Corrupt Marxist media do know about Shell Valentine. Because they try and create caricatures out of all of us, including me. Including the light, Great Rush Limbaugh. This is what they do.

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Rush Limbaugh: Our Military Should Fight Properly, Fight the Right War and Win

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh: Our Military Should Fight Properly, Fight the Right War and Win

"In America's respect. In so many places has now been destroyed. And fear. Which is just as good as respect under these circumstances. China and Russia and Iran and so forth. Has been diminished enormously. By Biden. And by that we can't send our kids to Warcraft. They're not kids. They're adults. We don't want to send them to war. At the point of the military is if necessary, as rush used to say. To kill people and break things. The issue is if you send our kids are young men and women to war. Make sure it's fought properly. Make sure it's the right war and make sure they win. And make sure they win. That's the issue. The passivity and isolation crowd. They don't feel like about the cops. I hope, do they Every weekend. We lose more people in Chicago, Illinois. Then we lost in Afghanistan the last 18 months. Which was none. No. At least Biden is consistent. He hasn't given us He doesn't given us

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

03:00 min | 2 months 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

02:17 min | 2 months 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 The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

04:54 min | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

05:55 min | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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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From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06

The Voicebot Podcast

02:15 min | 2 months ago

From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06

"Big transition that we've been dealing with your in terms of ai. Machine learning is really transitioning from computational systems in decision making to cognitive right decision making out in insights so Baritone fact became a open platform. Call on an operating system for os. That is really good at ingesting. All different types of data then being able to use our suite of over four hundred fifty different cognitive engines and models to to be able to analyze interrogate and ultimately you know empower our business customers with you know the tools applications in unstructured data so they can advance their business. Why do you have so many machine learning models because every job it potentially warrants a different bespoke recipe of cognition. So if i say for example Where presented with australian english. Right you absolutely potentially want to use a different train model as to glowing. Wash 'em in saint louis true for like for example variances in near field or barfield audio right throwing one transcription engine Tire corpus of audio You're gonna get you will get varying results in. Our job is to be able to analyze the data sets in ben in effect programmatic find in orchestrate. The right hung recipe to get the best results and to be clear. I'll give you some examples. The best results is not always accuracy. Right if you're dealing with so much tonnage of data some projects that we work on. You know they're okay with eighty percent accuracy. Because it's it's there's so much volume. They have to meet a price point right. They can't wait ten dollars or fifteen dollars an hour of content process it so and that's in that thankfully that decision being kind of model agnostic in being able to normalize. The output of these different cognitive classes really was the cornerstones of verizon's

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Why Radio Is Such a Powerful Medium for Conservatives

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 2 months ago

Why Radio Is Such a Powerful Medium for Conservatives

"Radio now It was meant to be dead a few years ago. rush limbaugh created this amazing phenomenon. We so much to him. Talk to us about how radio wine radio for example is the only part of the culture that belongs to conservatives hollywood. The media education gone explained to those who don't get it why it's so powerful. It's really funny. Because i can remember this conversation like it was yesterday and it's been several years now but you and i were in a car together and we're going to the reagan library and we were having this conversation. It was read about the time that you were getting ready to. Just start this program. And i was so taken with the with the visual of you as a little boy listening to that transistor radio listening to your radio because people who understand this meeting medium. Love it. I don't think there is a medium on the planet. It's not social media. It's not television. That have that connection. You'll you'll ride. You're absolutely. I don't care what it is not movies now. Not not not even podcast or books on tape or tv or social media. So i can still remember that conversation. The three of us one of us with his head between the seats and that discussion. So so i'm packing for us. Because you you my answer my answer is that radio is the most vulnerable medium. You cannot be good at this job. If you are not willing to tell people who you are and you're gonna take some criticism from time to time you're also gonna get a lot of love but you have to tell people who you are so it's a very personal vulnerable medium. When it comes to the show host for the listener we get to be with the listener in their car in their quiet moments when they're going back and forth to work when they're at their homes we're with people were that voice that is with people that wakes them up in the morning that drives with them home from work where medium that is always there and it's one that's accessible if you think that someone is full of it or if you want to call in and go yes i've been waiting to hear someone say this. You can call and communicate in real time with the people that you're listening to. So of all the mediums. I think it's the most accessible and it's the one that is the most vulnerable both for the listener and for the

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Judge Allows Defamation Lawsuits Against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to Go Forward

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Judge Allows Defamation Lawsuits Against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to Go Forward

"Sweet oh that was the rendition of god. Bless america that greeted conference goers at the cyber symposium that has been underway all week in south dakota hosted by the ceo of a pillow company. Whose name mike lindell. Mr lindahl has been in the news this week. You might have seen because a very conservative. Trump appointed judge in washington. Dc just allowed a massive multibillion dollar lawsuit to go forward against him and rudy giuliani and trump. Lawyer sydney powell. That lawsuit was filed by dominion voting systems. The voting machine company that has been vilified by former president trump and his supporters. With all sorts of wild conspiracies about how that company is somehow to blame for the conspiracy that led trump to appeared. Lose the election when secretly he won dominions massive lawsuit against giuliani and powell and mister lindell for promoting those claims. This week that was allowed to go forward in federal court That's why his name has been in the news this week. But mr limbaugh has been in the news a lot since the election is. He has spent every waking hour Promoting these trump related conspiracies about the election.

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What Mark Levin Learned From Rush Limbaugh

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

What Mark Levin Learned From Rush Limbaugh

"He was a guy. Who was bigger than the microphone in front of him. He wanted to push. An agenda. He wanted to push a mission. He wanted to save the country, too. The huge Reagan supporter, Huge tea Party supporter huge Trump supporter Lot of people tried to hang on his coat. Tell Who have done almost nothing. And there are people who Speak for him who never knew him. Not in any serious way. I understand it. Trust me. Everybody wants to belong. Everybody wants to It's okay. But he also taught me That the principles in the audience are crucially important. They come first. It's to be done in an entertaining way, but they come first. He didn't worry about corporate lines. When it came to broadcasting he would promote people. Some of whom work for I heart, some of whom didn't I didn't work for I heart and by the way, I have tremendous respect for I heart And all these other broadcast companies. That run my show. I probably have more. Diversity in the broadcast companies that run my show. I am so blessed So blessed by all of them. They all of them. But that's the point. There's a lot of people coming up from behind into these positions. They're handed these positions. That people have built before them. It's like any other business or profession. And they should learn from the people who came before.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

04:14 min | 3 months 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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LGBTQ Representation in Films Increased Last Year, Study Finds

Fresh Air

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

LGBTQ Representation in Films Increased Last Year, Study Finds

"Is releasing its annual survey of the movie landscape. It's found a rise in the percentage LGBTQ characters across major studios, along with more screen time. As NPR's Andrew Limbaugh reports, the pandemic has put an important asterisk on the numbers characters like the hard drinking but protective detective Renee Montoya from last year's Birds of Prey. Kill him, Girl. Just shoot are among the growing percentage of LGBTQ characters in film. The report from glad also notes that there is an increase in LGBTQ characters of color, too. But because of how the pandemic impacted movie distribution. This study only looked at a total of 44 movies compared to last year's 118. While some of the numbers look positive trend wise for more LGBTQ representation of those characters. The report found zero transgender or non binary characters, zero characters with the disability and zero characters living with HIV. Andrew Lim Bang NPR News. Your

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Young Caller Testifies on the Realities of Critical Race Theory in Schools

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 3 months ago

Young Caller Testifies on the Realities of Critical Race Theory in Schools

"You. Thank you for taking my call. Like I said, I'm 20 years old, actually. And my my father introduced me to your show Introduced me to you, Mr Rush Limbaugh and all the greats. Um, so I just want to say I appreciate everything you have to say. And I definitely learned a great deal every single day listening to you. Well, thank you also want to say I have preordered a couple of your books from Barnes and Noble. So I have those to look forward to picking those up very soon and a topic you haven't touched on today. I don't believe maybe you have earlier, however critical race there. I mean, this is a topic that a lot of people just want to dismiss. Obviously, you've touched on it many times, but it's real. 100% Israel As a 20 year old. I've lived through it. I see it all the time in my classes in college. I've seen it in high school. I've CNN junior high, and it's just hate filled. You know they talk about in the media critical race theory. If we don't have it, we don't talk about slavery. That's completely false. 100% false. We talk about those tough subjects, but the whole ideal surrounding it is that white people are bad black people are always at first. Bringing down people and telling people that they have absolutely no starting found and that they cannot their way up, especially kids and college students. My age. People just don't do their own research, so they just buy into it, and it's very

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

06:20 min | 3 months 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

06:20 min | 3 months 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 Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

08:07 min | 3 months 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 | 3 months 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 | 3 months 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 | 3 months 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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DOJ Says Previous Ban on Assault Weapons Factually Proved Nothing

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 4 months ago

DOJ Says Previous Ban on Assault Weapons Factually Proved Nothing

"Their heads. So we had an assault weapons ban. So you would think before we did another assault weapons ban again. Producer Jim, stop me. If anything, I'm saying it's dumb. You would think That before we try and another assault weapons ban. We had an assault weapons ban in the past. We would want to see what the last assault weapons ban did, Um Mike Jim. Any anyone? Anyone in the audience is suggests. That's crazy. So far so good. Okay. Thank you very much. So far so good. So we had an assault weapons ban. In our own department of Justice. You know, liberals claim they love the government. They worshipped the golden calf of government. They clean its feet. They kiss its toes, our own Department of Justice, a branch of our government that liberals love actually studied. The assault weapons ban. We had 1994 and they issued a report on it in 2000 and four. It's a good body of work, 10 years of data they had in the assault weapons ban. And what did they find about the assault weapons ban? Well, here's a quote from the Wall Street Journal Piece the headline of the peace and tell you a lot. America's failed attempt to ban assault weapons. Here's an actual quote from the DOJ study on an assault weapons ban for all you liberals out there screaming. We need a new one. Despite the fact that the old one according to this did nothing, quote DOJ study. The band's effects on gun violence are likely to be small at best, and perhaps too small for reliable measurement. Rush Limbaugh paper Flip hat tip The Godfather. So that's that's the Department of Justice, who did a study. On a federal assault weapons ban we had for 10 years. And determine that the effects were perhaps too small for reliable measurement. Meaning they could find no significant

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Supreme Court Rejects Warrantless Entry for Minor Crimes

Rush Limbaugh

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Supreme Court Rejects Warrantless Entry for Minor Crimes

Connecticut Legalizes Recreational Marijuana for Adults

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

Connecticut Legalizes Recreational Marijuana for Adults

"Recreational marijuana is now legal in Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signing the bill into law today in Hartford. This legalizes recreational marijuana in Connecticut for adults aged 21 older by July, 1st and Connecticut is now the 19th state to legalize marijuana, along with neighboring New York and New

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A New Peloton Problem: Hackers Can Access Personal Data

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

A New Peloton Problem: Hackers Can Access Personal Data

"For peloton and for customers, Hackers may be able to target your at home workout equipment. A hacker could interfere with the equipment at any point in the supply chain, so from construction to delivery. Alison, acknowledging the weakness issued a mandatory software update that protects users from being hacked, blaming that an attacker could modify the software on the device and could then install malware or access data that is communicated between the device and its services may be seized. Elder Bolton Bulletin says it sent out a software update and is telling customers to be aware of new apps popping up. You're

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About 50 Million People Affected as Heat Wave Shatters Records

Rush Limbaugh

01:16 min | 4 months ago

About 50 Million People Affected as Heat Wave Shatters Records

"It's another day of flexing. The state's power grid is overheated. A flex alert has been expanded to include today. That's when consumers, residences and businesses are asked to cut back on the energy use. Today's alert is from 6 to 9 the goal, of course to save power. Because the heat wave continues throughout the southwest. Christina Coleman has the latest more triple digit temps are expected throughout the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, signed an emergency proclamation to free up additional energy capacity. Now California does rely heavily on solar power, but that drops off when the sun goes down. Also, the state does import power, but getting extra power from other places. To be tough right now, because so many states are going through this heat wave like in Texas, where the state is facing another power squeeze on Monday about 12,000 megawatts of power went off line there. That's enough to power about 2.4 million homes, and this comes just four months after massive power outages in Texas. Left millions of people without heat or electricity. During that historic and deadly winter freeze. The National Weather Service has issued excessive heat warnings for most of our state, much of Nevada, Arizona and

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CDC Investigating Heart Inflammation Among Young Vaccinated People

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

CDC Investigating Heart Inflammation Among Young Vaccinated People

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

01:42 min | 4 months 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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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"I know. I know. I said yesterday that I was going to be here today. We're going to do open line. Friday told you to be thinking about challenging questions and comments army, but you know what I'm not here today. And the reason I'm not is I'm just tired. And I've been told to listen to that. The doctors and the nurses of Said don't try to push through. There's nothing to accomplish. By doing that. So I'm just GonNa Listen and acknowledged that I'm a little pooped to not try to push through it. And I wanted to be the one to convey the message. To you myself. Seriously! There's nothing wrong it's just. New set of limitations that I have to deal with. That I hope improve as time goes on. Thanks very much I. Appreciate your being here and staying. For the rest of the broadcast. Thank you folks so much. Well, I, am thrilled that you're here and I'm also thrilled that rush was nice enough to do that introduction because it again it takes the edge off for people who left the show yesterday and then twenty one hours later. You're waiting to hear rush, and you hear a guest host, and then a it starts all over again. Hey, it's the other guy. And I'm so glad. Rush diffuse that my name is Ken Matthews on the rush limbaugh show. We have so much to cover today. It has been a crazy morning a crazy night. We are seeing things a repeated in history that we have not seen in a while. We're seeing major cities burn. We're seeing a level of pain and anguish. And protest. and sadly some thuggery thrown in. And it is negatively impacting. Our country, so we're GONNA talk a lot about that, but before we go any further I want to remind you what day it is..

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Okay my friends welcome back rush. Limbaugh talent on loan from God. I'm not a delve into the audio soundbites I want to go back to me last. Thursday on this program can I get real cynical for you? Try this. The more people who die the more energy, the Democrats have the blame trump for it. Why do you think these models are showing increased projection of death? Along with the increased projection of cases. Because these people more death equals more blame on Donald Trump. This is the campaign strategy in toto of the Democrat Party. They can't find any other way to be trump. When I tell you that the more people die, the more they blame, trump, you can get mad at me. All you want, but it happens to be the strategy. It happens to be the plan because the number of deaths just like the economy, and it's numbers. The more deaths go up in the more the economy goes down. The Democrats perceive it to be better for them. Now I know it's a tough thing for a lot of people to get their arms around. Believe no rush come on. Democrats are not hoping for more deaths to hurt. Yes, they are. It's the plan. The Democrats want more illegal immigrants. The Democrats want more of an underclass. The Democrats want more of all kinds of things that are destructive. To the country, in order to do damage to the people who are succeeding not trump would be. At the at the top of that list, not I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Give you an example of of of this. I can try to correlate you. Know my my last caller I pointed that most people don't care about other most despite the motions they go through I'm telling you in real life. Most people are so self-focused. Self absorbed. They don't have time. To worry about anybody else. Let me the evidence. Or an illustration. You know one of my big deals is how so many people are going to prison? They put themselves in because they're worried about what other people think. They're worried about what people think of them. Think of what they say think jobs think of how they look. Everybody most everybody is in a prison. If you can get out of that prison, I cannot tell you how much happier you will be if you could ever get to the point where you don't care. What anybody thinks about you. But rush. We have to be concerned about our reputation. Yeah, but don't let them to find it. You be in charge of your reputation, not them. You cannot behave in a way to make everybody like you. You cannot behave in a way to make everybody think you're great. You can't behave in a way to make everybody except you. You gotTA. Be who you are while everybody here's this is. This is the biggest irony while everybody out there. If you're one of these people obsessed with what other people think of you. What do you think of them? You must think they're totally put together. They have no hang-ups. They have nothing wrong with them that they're out there solid and you're worried about what they think when the truth is. They're not even thinking about you because they're so self absorbed in what you think about them. That is the great irony of being so obsessed with what people think about you. Most people are not thinking about you. Because most people are indeed self absorbed self conscious. What have you? Now back to the audio soundbites. I just got through saying last Thursday. More death more cases equals more opportunity to blame trump here is a media montage from yesterday last night and this morning. A grim milestone.

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"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"limbaugh" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"A different county. So! When did this happen? When did? All millions of Americans say okay. The legislative branch of our government legislates. They make the laws unless. There's a Chinese flu. That shows up then anybody and everybody will make the laws and the regulations, the mayor, the the share, whoever? This is the confusion, but I just don't think we should be targeting somebody and I wanna point out and you. Obviously you couldn't see it, but. She and all her workers. They all had masks on. The the salon was pristine. It was spotless. She's got extra everything sanitizer. They're doing extra cleaning their staggering the appointment, so there's not an overlap of germs, so they can clean. The men and women that work in this country are doing everything. They're supposed to do to fight. This pandemic because they want to get back to work. So, sometimes, the Democrats paint this picture like. What are you doing? These people are out killing people. No, they're not. They're not, but I just think we as an American people. We surrendered our rights. Because we got scared the death count and that's understandable. It's understandable when you see maps. And giant sections of the map. Has this giant spread? It's like in some horror movie, and then your local news says so many people died so many people died so many people died. I understand that but. In the commonsensical world. Where I'm out on the trail almost every day they're walking on a bike and I'm seeing people walking their dogs and I'm passing people working in construction. It's not what you're being told. So if you do venture out, you WanNa wear a mask wear masks. But then keep in mind there. Several studies out that say wearing a mask makes infection worse especially if you have it. So, what do you believe? I mean it's obvious. We can't believe what the states are telling us. They've been caught in too many lies. And I'm just not talking politics. I'm just talking how many more states are going to revise their numbers? And how many more people are going to show up and say all right? You're only supposed to have eleven people in here. There's thirteen. We're going to have to shut you down. But after we shut you down, we will try to get you dependent on a government. So by the end of the summer, you'll be so desperate. You'll be begging for government cheese. I know that's a bit of an exaggeration, but people who have been around a little bit. If you're over fifty, you're over sixty and many other people have of all ages. I'm just saying if you've been through enough decades of watching the government, get Americans addicted to free stuff. and. You are one of the millions of hardworking people that listen to rush limbaugh. You see the pattern here. Create a problem. Rig The solution and get more people dependent so dependent that when they go to the voting booth there no longer thinking. Who will do the best job as the leader or the representative? They're thinking well if I vote for this guy or this woman. Gets more money. To sit at home. This is the rush limbaugh show. We'll be right back. You're.

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