Any excuse to link someone with bad behavior to Hillary Clinton. Her employer gave her a one-week suspension for her behavior, and Rush Limbaugh reacted today by drawing parallels with Hillary Clinton. He asked, “Did she park illegally like Hillary did? She’s not Hillary, she can’t get away with parking Scooby in a handicap zone.” [...]
Ed Schultz touted Sean Hannity's big interviews with 2016 Republican candidates to take shot after shot at what he deemed the waning influence of Rush Limbaugh on the right.
From the April 17 edition of MSNBC's The Ed Show: Previously: Rush Limbaugh Dropped By Longtime Indianapolis Station The Fox Primary: 18 Potential Candidates Have Already Made More Than 800 Appearances REPORT: Cumulus Plans To Drop Rush Limbaugh From 40 Stations Rush Limbaugh Still Toxic For Advertisers One Year After Fluke Attacks
Rush Limbaugh reacted to Britt McHenry's freakout today by drawing parallels between her and Hillary Clinton.
Rush Limbaugh responded today to Harry Reid scolding him for perpetuating rumors about his injury.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is knocking Rush Limbaugh for saying he was beaten up. Going ten rounds with CNBC’s John Harwood, outgoing Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) said he didn’t care who the GOP nominee ended up being, because “they’re all losers,” and called his replacement, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) a [...]
Reid reserved most of his ire for Rush Limbaugh, whom he accused of starting a rumor that there was more to his eye injury than meets the eye. (#nailedit)
Republicans like Rand Paul and Marco Rubio have been doing interviews with reporters on networks like NBC and ABC, and Rush Limbaugh thinks they should cut it out.
From the April 14 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: The Fox Primary Continues: New York Times Exposes GOP Presidential Candidates' Strategy To Reach Fox Viewers The Fox Primary: 18 Potential Candidates Have Already Made More Than 800 Appearances The Fox Primary: 8 Months, 12 Candidates, 604 Appearances, 4644 Minutes
Indianapolis' WIBC has broadcast Rush Limbaugh's show for 22 years. Despite this long history, parent company Emmis Communications announced April 13 that they are dropping Limbaugh's show from WIBC's lineup. Charlie Morgan, an executive...Show More Summary
From the April 13 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: Rush "Disappointed" In Jeb Bush And Marco Rubio For "Embracing Straw-Man Argument Being Pushed by The Radical Left" The Quest Continues: Rubio Is Media's Latest Reagan Heir
From the April 13 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: Rush Limbaugh Conspiracy Theory: NYC ISIS Arrests A Ploy To Push Net Neutrality, Ban Gun Ammunition Limbaugh: Obama Administration Seems To Have...Show More Summary
Rush Limbaugh, as is frequently the case, was right. The other day, after a media kerfuffle surrounding Senator Rand Paul’s announcement and a rash of stories about the Senator’s televised go-rounds with NBC’s Today host Savannah Guthrie and an earlier one with CNBC’s Kelly Evans, Rush pointed out the obvious. Guthrie treated Paul as an oddball, practically an alien.
Rush Limbaugh today took a bit of an issue with how Rand Paul reacted to criticisms that he's rude and abrupt to female interviewers.
We know that Rush Limbaugh would never, ever show disrespect for another human being. Not a politician, of course. Because only kind words pour from his pristine mouth. Paul (R-KY) had a testy exchange with Today show hostSavannah Guthrie, accusing her of “editorializing” his foreign policy positions and not letting him speak for himself. And [...]
From the April 8 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Related: "No No No No No No No No: Listen!" He-man Rand Paul Lectures A Lady -- Again On NBC's Today, Savannah Guthrie Grills Sen. Rand Paul Over Shifting Foreign...Show More Summary
(This is the second of four articles by Fred Gielow based on a recent Accuracy in Media survey. The first one can be found here.) In the previous article, I compared the trustworthiness of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Laura Ingraham, Alan Colmes, and Leslie Marshall according to AIM supporters. These trustworthiness ratings resulted from […]
Though he's best known as a leading and fearless voice among conservatives, Rush Limbaugh is also a tech aficionado who keeps his finger on the pulse of what's coming next. With the Apple Watch due out this month, Limbaugh on his radio show today said he's "not hot to trot for it" yet but sees possibilities for the gizmo that its creators may have missed.
Rolling Stone has officially retracted its controversial UVA rape story after a devastating review released yesterday, and Rush Limbaugh believes it happened because liberals never care about the facts.
Honestly, this is so stupid I'm not even sure where to start. Rush Limbaugh had a rant about how the LGBT community is afraid of "battling" Muslims over wedding cakes, because our real goal is an "all-out assault on Christianity." His single point of reference? A heavily edited video in Dearborn, Mich. Show More Summary