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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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  • 'Our blacks' vs. 'their blacks'? Why conservatives shouldn't talk about race

    'Our blacks' vs. 'their blacks'? Why conservatives shouldn't talk about race
    Do you think it gives Clarence Thomas a warm, fuzzy feeling to know he is one of Ann Coulter's blacks? That is how Coulter put it on Fox "News" while defending Herman Cain against sexual harassment charges that threatened to engulf his campaign last...
  • A debate about debates

    A debate about debates
    Dictionary.com defines a "debate" as: "A formal contest in which the affirmative and negative sides of a proposition are advocated by opposing speakers." That is not what will take place during three exchanges between President Barack Obama and...
  • The decline of party power

    The decline of party power
    No recent development has underlined the decline of political party clout more than beleaguered Senate Republican nominee Todd Akin's refusal to accede to GOP leadership demands that he withdraw from his race against Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of...
  • Republicans have lost their minds

    I have a question for the responsible Republicans: How much lunacy of the present day extremist-controlled GOP will it take to outweigh your desire to lower your taxes? Apparently, it wasn't enough when the Republican-controlled Congress forced a...
  • Romney and the GOP construct an alternate reality

    Romney and the GOP construct an alternate reality
    "We're not going to let our campaign be dictated by fact-checkers," says Neil Newhouse, a Romney pollster. A half-dozen fact-checking organizations and websites have refuted Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan's claims that President Obama removed the work...
  • Future Islands, Matmos deliver at Thrill Jockey 20th anniversary show

    Future Islands, Matmos deliver at Thrill Jockey 20th anniversary show
    Baltimore's music scene is undeniably one of the country's best, and a good deal of credit for that goes to Thrill Jockey, a Chicago-based indie record label.  In the past several years, Thrill Jockey has signed a dozen current or former Baltimore bands,...
  • Meet some of the lazy, shiftless 47 percent: Cowboys

    Meet some of the lazy, shiftless 47 percent: Cowboys
    In the imaginary universe of Mitt Romney, the 47 percent of Americans who pay no income tax are loafers, shiftless bums and welfare queens who will all vote for Barack Obama in November. In the real world, that 47 percent includes the working poor, the...
  • Those who deny climate change prefer living in a fantasy world

    I found it highly amusing that a majority of those taking your reader poll on climate change are still in denial that the looming environmental disaster is man-made. They remind me of the Kevin Bacon character at the end of the movie "Animal House," who...
  • Leonard Pitts: Texas GOP wages war on thinking

    Leonard Pitts: Texas GOP wages war on thinking
    Some recent headlines from the alternate universe of modern conservatism: Rush Limbaugh claims the bad guy in the new "Batman" movie was named Bane to remind voters of Mitt Romney's controversial tenure at Bain Capital. Michele Bachmann, citing zero...
  • Mitt Romney, man of mystery

    Mitt Romney, man of mystery
    Mitt Romney's income tax returns may contain some surprises that he does not want the world to know about, but they are hardly his only secrets. His biggest secret, the question he has not answered through the entire campaign, the one that bothers...
  • On Facebook, the revolution is a lot less demanding

    On Facebook, the revolution is a lot less demanding
    There was a time when any protest worth its salt meant time and sweat, with picketing in inclement weather, massing in Washington and possibly even the risk of violence or getting arrested. People went to jail to support the Montgomery bus boycott...
  • Politicians in Annapolis gambling away the budget

    Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to bury the notion of Governing. It has been suffering the ravages of age for some time now, so it perhaps would not be surprised that people gather to bury rather than praise it. And yet the site of its...