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Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh
Rush Limbaugh (January 12, 1951 - ) is a conservative political commentator and radio host.
Rush Limbaugh (January 12, 1951 - ) is a conservative political commentator and radio host. « Show less

Top Rush Limbaugh Articles

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  • Clinton, Bush: Haitian aid well-spent

     
    by Mark Silva, updated with the full run of Sunday shows The bipartisan team of former presidents recruited by President Barack Obama to spearhead private fundraising for the relief of Haitian earthquake victims promised today to ensure that the money.......
  • Rush Limbaugh: 'Mr. America'

     
    by Mark Silva There he is: Mr. America... Rush Limbaugh, the radio-active broadcaster who famously said early on that he hopes President Barack Obama fails, says now that the "total'' failure of the president's agenda is "the best thing......
  • Palin, TEA Party, won't 'sit down, shut up'

     
    by Mark Silva Sarah Palin, fresh from an appearance at the TEA Party Convention where she derided President Barack Obama for "the politics of personality,'' insists that the nascent political organization is just fine without a leader. "It's much bigger.....
  • Sarah Palin vs. Family Guy and Emanuel

     
    by Mark Silva There's a certain circularity to this little spat: It revolves around a FOX universe, where a cartoon program that knows few boundaries featured the character Chris on Sunday falling for a girl with Down syndrome. When he......
  • Ron Paul, straw polls and the great void

     
    by Mark Silva If there's anything less meaningless than a "straw poll'' in which 2,395 people -- the great majority of them 25 and younger -- voiced 31-percent support for Texas Rep. Ron Paul as a presidential contender, we'd like......
  • Demons, Democrats and Republicans

     
    by Mark Silva "It is much harder to demonize someone when you know his family or have visited his home,'' says the retiring Sen. Evan Bayh of Indiana, voicing a lament about a lost sense of camaraderie that lawmakers once......
  • Clarence Thomas' wife holds TEA Party

     
    by Mark Silva Clarence Thomas is an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Virginia Thomas runs LibertyCentral.org, a new organization committed to becoming the "big tent'' for conservatives and promoting the values of the "TEA Party'' movement. The...
  • 'Repeal and replace' as a campaign ploy

     
    by Mark Silva A narrative quickly formed this week for an election campaign. It's called "repeal and replace.'' It involves repealing the healthcare legislation that President Barack Obama signed into law this week -- which won't be repealed anytime soon....
  • Obama plays ball w/ CBS: Film at 7 (am)

     
    by Mark Silva and updated with excerpts Every one of the television news anchors who have dropped in on President Barack Obama at the White House have gotten that obligatory shot of walking a long hall with the president, talking......
  • Obama: 'Pretty thick skin,' plays to left

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama says he has "pretty thick skin.'' He has to, as CBS News' Harry Smith suggests in an interview that aired this morning on The Early Show and spilled on to the White House basketball......
  • Climate change: What would Reagan do?

     
    by Richard Simon Supporters of climate-change legislation are using a surprising figure to promote their cause: Ronald Reagan. Radio ads asking "What would Reagan do?" are airing during the conservative talk shows of Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck on...