Rush Limbaugh in 1988: I Was Called An Anti-Semite For Saying Jewish Lobby
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."
The Day Mr. Rogers Sang To The US Senate & Saved Public Television
In 1969, Fred Rogers (yes, that Mr. Rogers) appeared before the US Senate to oppose strict budget cuts for public television by President Nixon. And he won them over with, you guessed it, a special song.....just a little inspiration for your Friday.