Never, ever, the conservative radio talk show host said on his radio program Thursday.
If Cumulus ends up dropping Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, the conservative talk radio hosts could lose access in Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, and Washington, D.C., at least temporarily.
Rand Paul’s filibuster made for strange bedfellows in the punditocracy. Here’s a breakdown ranked from most supportive of Rand to least.
The conservative radio star blames insults to his intelligence and a “fear and panic” strategy rolled out by Democrats, Republicans and the media in response to proposed spending cuts.
One of the architects of immigration reform might pull out if the border isn’t secured first. But the White House may disagree.
Beck, dressed as a doctor, declared the establishment wing of the Republican party to be dead, celebrating with a giant cake and confeti while a dying patient laid on a gurney and file footage of dead elephants rolled in the background.
In a rare television interview from 1988, the conservative talk radio host discusses getting into hot water with Jewish groups for using the term “Jewish lobby” when he first moved to New York. “You can say Jewish lobby anywhere but New York and no one will notice.”
It’s about customer choice and not politics, CEO Terry Lundgren tells petition organizer. “Trump’s brand has become toxic and contemptible, it represents mean spirited bullying and chicanery,” Angelo Carusone replied.
A study finds male genitalia are shrinking because of environmental factors. Limbaugh says it has to be the “feminazis” and “chickification.”
You might want to use this in the comments section after you see CNN’s chryon describing the women’s reproductive rights activist.
Mitt Romney was involved in Bain Capital and Bane is the villain for The Dark Knight Rises. I wonder if anyone’s going to make a joke about that.
“Folks, it’s Peyton place. It’s too much to keep up with.”
On Fox and Friends, Romney says “there’s no question that [Obama] is attacking capitalism.”
They don’t care if you call it racist. “In Obama’s America, the white kids now get beat up with the black kids cheering,” says Limbaugh.
An office that is not Limbaugh’s office finds itself surrounded by protesters.
At a fundraiser tonight, President Barack Obama said his 2008 opponent believes in Immigration reform, as opposed to Mitt Romney. But in 2008, Obama ran this ad attacking McCain on Immigration, tying him to Rush Limbaugh and George W. Bush.
Limbaugh says Cain “endorses” his tea, but Cain’s enthusiasm seems a bit forced.
At a panel, Clinton finds common ground with Fluke in the form of radio host Limbaugh.
Could it be because it’s misogynistic and factually incorrect? Nah. Gary McCoy, conservative cartoonist, is curiously catching flack for portraying the woman at the center of the Rush Limbaugh “slut” controversy as a fat, angry nymphomaniac.
Headline of the piece: “Obama Invades Uganda, Targets Christians”.
Obama’s top political adviser says Romney is trying to appeal to the worst in people.
The American Future Fund calls on Obama to demand that his Super PAC return $1 million donation from “sexist” comedian Bill Maher. History of offensive comments sparks cries of double-standard in conservative circles.
Says conservatives are always forced to apologize when exercising their first amendment rights, while liberals are held to a different standard.
Sarah Palin calls on Obama to ask his Super PAC to return $1 million donation from Bill Maher. Maher used the C-word for Palin.
Says Limbaugh’s attacks made him think of Malia and Sasha.
Americans United for Change looks to widen the damage.
A footnote to the controversy.
Rush Limbaugh doesn’t know anything about birth control. I wonder if he knows a thing or two about Viagra?