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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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  • Michelle Obama in NYC: The corner of glitz and media

     
    The journey from campaign life to White House residency marks the change of a lifetime, they say, and now it is the turn of Michelle Robinson Obama ??? once of Chicago???s working class and later of the Ivy League......
  • 'Republican Party, deep trouble:' Powell

     
    by Mark Silva Men have grown more independent from any political party during the past couple of years, which helps account for the Republican Party's slide in party-identification, Gallup has found. Men are most likely to say they are politically......
  • Limbaugh vs. Powell: Soul of the party

     
    by Mark Silva With a shrinking base of Americans who identify themselves as Republicans, the stakes for leadership of the rebooted Republican Party grow higher each day. Radio's Rush Limbaugh, whom the Democrats, and particularly the Obama White House,...
  • 'Wazzup?' TelePrompTed president asks

     
    by Mark Silva "You know, I had an entire speech prepared,'' President Barack Obama said at the opening of his appearance at the White House Correspondents Association dinner last night, "But now that I'm here, I think I'm going to......
  • Limbaugh's GOP: Winning is losing

     
    by Mark Silva The problem with the politics of failure is that winning is losing. Radio's Rush Limbaugh gave voice to a dangerous political gambit in which the Republican Party's success depends on the Democratic Party's failure, when he first......
  • Cheney: Limbaugh over Powell

     
    by Mark Silva Former Vice President Dick Cheney, who stood at the center of the Bush administration's push for "enhanced'' interrogations of captured terrorists, warns that the U.S. must be prepared to lose more lives if it's unwilling to carry......
  • Florida's Crist: GOP leaders line up

     
    by Peter Wallsten With the Republican Party diminished in power and embroiled in debate over broadening its ideology or adhering to core ideals, top GOP officials today took the unusual step of inserting themselves into a party primary - picking......
  • White House: 9/11 no laughing matter

     
    by Mark Silva 9/11 is no laughing matter. So says the Obama White House, on the question of the joke that comedienne Wanda Sykes told at the White House Correspondents Association dinner Saturday night -- the line about radio's Rush......
  • George W. Bush: 'Imparting knowledge'

     
    by Mark Silva All the back and forth between Dick Cheney and the Obama White House, the sharp elbowing of Wanda Sykes and Rush Limbaugh and the general air of hostility surrounding the great partisan divide in America these days......
  • Wanda Sykes: 'Too much?'

     
    by Mark Silva "Too much?'' Wanda Sykes asked. This, after one of her rougher jokes about radio's Rush Limbaugh, who gained some notoriety for repeatedly wishing failure upon President Barack Obama and his administration. "Boy, Rush Limbaugh said he hopes....
  • Wanda Sykes, Colin Powell and Rove

     
    by Mark Silva Karl Rove has had a few rough words for people in his time. But to Rove's ear, those jokes that comedienne Wanda Sykes made about radio's Rush Limbaugh the other night sounded over the top. Then again,......