Rush Limbaugh, Radio Legend, Dies at 70.

One of the world’s most studious and influential broadcast personalities that has ever lived – Rush Limbaugh – has passed away aged 70. Limbaugh announced his battle with lung cancer to his multi-million-a-day audience back in January 2020. Since then, the radio giant had battled to continue bringing his show to his beloved audience, throughout one of the most fraught and contentious electoral battles the U.S. has ever seen. Limbaugh, an avowed conservative, had been broadcasting his show since 1988 and was entered into the Radio Hall of Fame and the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Fox News’

Rush Limbaugh: Trump Will Beat Hillary “In a Landslide”

Conventional wisdom says that Donald Trump will be a huge underdog against Hillary Clinton in November. But yesterday on his radio show, Rush Limbaugh said that conventional wisdom is wrong: Let me give you one little thing: My instinctive feeling right now is that Trump is gonna win, beat Hillary badly, that it could be landslide proportions. Limbaugh has always been a very measured commentator. While he’s known for a little bombast, he doesn’t throw out crazy predictions and dream scenarios very often. For him to go out on a limb and suggest Trump could win in a landslide, that’s certainly

Rush Limbaugh: “There’s Nobody Closer” to Reagan than Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz won high praise yesterday from Rush Limbaugh. Here’s what Rush said: If conservatism is the dominating factor in how you vote, there is no other choice for you in this campaign than Ted Cruz. . . This is the closest in our lifetimes we have ever been to Ronald Reagan. In terms of doctrinaire, understandable, articulated, implementable conservatism, there’s nobody closer [than Cruz to Reagan]. Of course, I think Rush is right, and that is why I ultimately chose to endorse Senator Cruz. I also think one can certainly make the case, as Rush has, that on most

Rush Limbaugh: “The Left Is In A State Of Shock”

Conservative talk radio show host Rush Limbaugh keeps hammering home the importance of Republicans speaking out about the social issues. Following Matt Bevin’s victory in the Kentucky gubernatorial race, Limbaugh reiterated that point on his show on Wednesday: “The left is in a state of shock today because everything that they think means death for the Republican Party meant victory yesterday.  They think discussing the social issues is death for the Republican Party.  Discussing them got a man elected governor of Kentucky.  They thought in Houston, “Slam dunk, this civil rights thing on transgender,” whatever it was. “Slam dunk! The

Rush Limbaugh Gets Pope Francis All Wrong

Rush Limbaugh recently unleashed a scathing attack on Pope Francis as uttering Marxist doctrine.  Rush really got it wrong.  According to his official transcript, Rush inveighed: Now, as I mentioned before, I’m not Catholic.  I admire it profoundly, and I’ve been tempted a number of times to delve deeper into it.  But the pope here has now gone beyond Catholicism here, and this is pure political.  I want to share with you some of this stuff. “Pope Francis attacked unfettered capitalism as ‘a new tyranny’ and beseeched global leaders to fight poverty and growing inequality, in a document on Tuesday setting

Rush Is Right: Candidates Must Talk About Social Issues

Back in 2013, American Principles in Action released an analysis of the 2012 election, “Building A Winning GOP Coalition: The Lessons of 2012.” Our “autopsy” report of the election rejected the “truce strategy” — the GOP establishment’s effort to prevent its candidates from talking about social issues — and instead argued that social issues are winning issues for the GOP. A few days ago, Rush Limbaugh put forward a very similar theory in the “See, I Told You So” segment of his September 18th show. Rush had this to say: Isn’t it interesting how the Democrats and the media continue to tell us what