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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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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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......
  • 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...
  • David Nitkin on state politics issues

    Issues Nancy L. Howard, Ocean City: Where can I find the history of the 2006 budget tourism funding? Nitkin: Nancy, I'm not sure whether you are talking about the budget for the 2006 fiscal year (July 1, 2005, to June 30, 2006), which was adopted by...
  • Miers chosen for court

    Washington // President Bush named his trusted White House counsel Harriet E. Miers, a Texas native with no experience as a judge, to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, sparking an outcry among conservative activists who had hoped...
  • Avoiding roommate conflicts

    Welcome to Campus Living 101: The Roommate. Note: If you are an only child, pay close attention. This is a crash course on how to establish a peaceful and productive living environment -- ensuring that you and your roommates have fun and get along....
  • Has the recent NFL crime blotter soured you on watching games?

  • Sorry, Rush Limbaugh, but no ALWAYS means no

    Sorry, Rush Limbaugh, but no ALWAYS means no
    Noted horrible person Rush Limbaugh has a remarkable knack for making already bad situations worse. It’s like having the Midas touch if King Midas’s magic allowed him to transform things that were on fire into things that were even more on...
  • Half Dozen

    Half Dozen
    Six more debates? Well, I’m all in favor of getting as much information as possible, but I think six debates might be too much. The candidates could probably cut that in half, especially since Tom Foley doesn’t have that much to say. Gov....
  • Clear Channel flips its name to iHeartMedia

    Clear Channel flips its name to iHeartMedia
    Clear Channel, the nation's biggest radio station owner, is broadcasting a new signal to listeners and advertisers. The San Antonio-based media company, owner of 840 radio stations, has changed its name to iHeartMedia, after its iHeartRadio online...