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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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  • Rush Limbaugh and WCBM: No sense of decency?

    I read Jill Rosen's article on Baltimore advertisers not pulling ads from Rush Limbaugh's show ("In Baltimore, advertisers appear unfazed," March 7) and came away perplexed about what this says about both listeners and advertisers in Baltimore. WCBM...
  • Limbaugh's sincere apology

    Limbaugh's sincere apology
    The first apology by Rush Limbaugh, posted on his website over the weekend, sounded forced, qualified, almost defensive. The second, broadcast live on his Monday show, sounded sincere and heartfelt. Rush Limbaugh did something not usually associated with...
  • Issues vs. 'distractions'

    Issues vs. 'distractions'
    It's going to be bait and switch for as far as the eye can see. That's how it looks now that the smoke has cleared after the recent "Mommy war" skirmish over Democratic operative Hilary Rosen's comment that mother of five Ann Romney had "never worked a...
  • Project Runway: What A Girl Wants

     
    Greetings and salutations, Project Runway junkies. I'm Kevin Van Valkenburg, sports writer when sober, fashion blogger/recapper when not. First, a brief apology for my absence last week. I'd like to tell you I was so overcome with all the emotion......
  • Hughes' Journey

    The living room of the headmaster's house at the Gunston Day School is tastefully furnished with wingback chairs and a grand piano. But when former Gov. Harry Hughes enters with his lunch on a recent visit, he takes the worst possible seat - a brown...
  • A little quip, a big uproar

    In a town so tough that most murders get just a few paragraphs in the paper, somebody called The Sun about 8 a.m. yesterday with a tip about a vandalized billboard. By noon, the story was all over the Internet, Rush Limbaugh was kicking off his...
  • Michael Steele gets off to a rocky start as GOP chairman

    The media have piled on poor Michael Steele. From Rush Limbaugh's radio network to the columns of The Baltimore Sun, the Republican national chairman got pummeled for his dumb remark on a comedy show that nobody watches. A few days after Steele's...
  • Commentary: Political correctness is weakening America

    Abraham Lincoln presciently warned that America's greatest enemies lived within her own borders, not in some foreign land. Time has proven him correct. Islamic Jihadists and Taliban insurgents may well be her mortal enemies, but they are not as dangerous...
  • Mexico quake: Is it just me, or are the temblors heading for L.A.?

    Mexico quake: Is it just me, or are the temblors heading for L.A.?
    A magnitude 7.2 temblor hit Mexico on Friday, with shaking felt across much of the country. Is it just me, oh fellow residents of La La Land, or does it feel like — in earthquake-speakĀ — the Big One is getting just a little too close for...
  • Late-night churn: The 'real' Colbert will follow Letterman

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Monday, April 14: When David Letterman announced that 2015 would be his final year hosting his long-running CBS late-night television show, it signaled not just the end of Stupid Pet...
  • Aaron's racial comments cause torrent of hate mail

    ATLANTA Forty years after he received waves of racist hate mail as he chased Babe Ruth's record of 714 home runs, Hank Aaron has been reliving the experience the past week. A national newspaper reported that a large number of vile letters, emails and...
  • Is a high-speed train between Orlando and Miami a good idea?