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Narrated by James Golden, Limbaugh’s long-time call screener and “official show observer” known to listeners as “Bo Snerdley”, the 12-episode series will detail legendary radio host Rush Limbaugh’s award-winning, 30-plus year career in radio that revitalized the spoken-word format, and provided a platform for him to develop and lead modern conservatism in America. Featuring Limbaugh’s own words and never-before-heard stories shared by colleagues, friends and family, the series will give list ...
 
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RUSH: Grab sound bite number 1. I want to go back to Friday because we had some sports stuff happen over the weekend, and this just documents that you should not doubt me. On Friday I was describing for everybody how professional sports is now — I don’t know if “embrace” is the right word. I guess for the sake of discussion “embrace” means loving. …
 
Host James Golden (a.k.a. Bo Snerdley) explores Rush’s impact on radio with a couple of industry experts who knew and worked with him. Talkers Magazine founder Michael Harrison provides insight and shares stories from the start of Rush’s rise to fame. Also, former WABC/New York Program Director and current VP of Spoken Word for Salem Communications…
 
Rush: You may have heard that the Big Ten conference announced some time ago they weren’t gonna play college football this year. You know why? Well, I don’t want to make anybody mad, but there was a lot of fear, lot of fear. The virus, how we gonna control it. And there was so much pressure. There was pressure from the coronavirus task force, press…
 
RUSH: In regards to the looting in Ferguson, Missouri, or the looting in any circumstance like this and the politics of it. Do you remember Occupy Wall Street? Occupy Wall Street was a contrived, made-up, artificially created protest group to counter the Tea Party. The Tea Party came into existence as far as anybody knows in 2010. The Tea Party, ju…
 
RUSH: I have a story here PJ Media: “Neurosurgeon Says Face Masks Pose Serious Risk to Healthy People.” Again, this story is written by Megan Fox. I think this Megan Fox babe does nothing but write stories for PJ Media. It seems like I quote from her four times a day. Which is fine. Don’t misunderstand. “Every Karen on Facebook is shaming her neigh…
 
RUSH: Snerdley actually reminded me of this in the break. When the Republicans won the House in 1994, they had their orientation at Camden Yards, the ballpark in Baltimore. I was invited to address the freshman class of the 1994 Republican congressional caucus, because those freshmen members in large part thought that I was responsible for their vi…
 
RUSH: Remember the All-American First Cavalry Amazon Battalion? This goes back, folks, to during the administration of George H. W. Bush. Women in combat was a big, big issue at the time. Should there be, how should it be organized and so forth. I, at the time, trying to help the U.S. military, decided to come up with something called the All-Ameri…
 
Aug 3, 2020 How about this, folks. Ratings crash for the NBA, for Major League Baseball after protest-filled debuts. Who was it that predicted this was going to happen? I think it was your host. As the NBA and the Major League Baseball returned from their coronavirus imposed hiatus, it appears that television viewers are not interested in what the …
 
Sep 23, 2020 RUSH: These people, meaning the Democrats, their refusal to accept the results of 2016, they still haven’t, folks. They are still out pushing the idea that Trump stole that election with the Russians. They are still pushing. They have done more to tarnish the reputation, the image, the sanctity of the American electoral system than any…
 
James Golden chats with the staff of arguably the most successful political newsletter in American history: The Limbaugh Letter. "Editrix" Diana Allocco (as Rush referred to her on the air) and Graphic Designer Denise Mei both share stories of their unique and very special relationships with Rush, plus details from behind the scenes about how each …
 
James Golden chats with the staff of arguably the most successful political newsletter in American history: The Limbaugh Letter. "Editrix" Diana Allocco (as Rush referred to her on the air) and Graphic Designer Denise Mei both share stories of their unique and very special relationships with Rush, plus details from behind the scenes about how each …
 
James Golden, a.k.a. Bo Snerdley, is joined by renowned political consultant and Conservative Mary Matalin and her husband, Democratic strategist and commentator James Carville. As decades long friends of Rush, the two share deeply personal stories about their relationship with him and his legacy on broadcasting and politics. This episode also cont…
 
James Golden, a.k.a. Bo Snerdley, is joined by renowned political consultant and Conservative Mary Matalin and her husband, Democratic strategist and commentator James Carville. As decades long friends of Rush, the two share deeply personal stories about their relationship with him and his legacy on broadcasting and politics. This episode also cont…
 
The staff of the Rush Limbaugh Show was filled with characters both literally and figuratively, and in this episode, host James Golden (a.k.a. Bo Snerdley) introduces you to two of them. As Executive Producer and Vice President of Digital, respectively, Kathleen and George (known as “Cookie” and “Koko” on the air to millions of Rush Limbaugh fans) …
 
The staff of the Rush Limbaugh Show was filled with characters both literally and figuratively, and in this episode, host James Golden (a.k.a. Bo Snerdley) introduces you to two of them. As Executive Producer and Vice President of Digital, respectively, Kathleen and George (known as “Cookie” and “Koko” on the air to millions of Rush Limbaugh fans) …
 
Host James Golden shares very personal, never-before-told stories about Rush Limbaugh’s kindness and strength of character that his most loyal listeners - even many of Rush’s closest friends and family - have probably never heard. He’s also joined by staff from two radio stations inside the EIB Network, who personally witnessed Rush’s charitable na…
 
Dr. King, one of his most famous passages was that he hoped that his kids someday would grow up in a country where — I’m paraphrasing — the content of their character was the single greatest determining factor about the kind of people they were, rather than the color of their skin. Now, Dr. King — and I have no problem saying this at all — Dr. King…
 
Legendary broadcaster Rush Limbaugh is obviously best known for his political savvy and candid commentary, but one of his most charming character traits was his sense of humor. James Golden explores the lighter, funnier side of Rush, with some behind-the-scenes stories, the origin of Rush’s best bits and some highlights of over 30 years of the Rush…
 
RUSH: "U.S. Constitution limits the role of government in everyday life. The founders of this country realized that the natural tendency of human beings with power is tyranny. They knew it. They realized it. They built in checks and balances to assure that we didn’t go tyranny, and that if we did, it was gonna take a long time to pull it off. They …
 
Host James Golden shares very personal, never-before-told stories about Rush Limbaugh’s kindness and strength of character that his most loyal listeners - even many of Rush’s closest friends and family - have probably never heard. He’s also joined by staff from two radio stations inside the EIB Network, who personally witnessed Rush’s charitable na…
 
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