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Rush Limbaugh

Media Research Center asked some Occupy Wall Street protesters, “Who do you think is more dangerous to American society, Rush Limbaugh or al-Qaida?” Limbaugh and his listeners got a kick out of their responses (FREE audio).

Limbaugh was in agreement with an unlikely individual this week: Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who said Muammar Gadhafi’s death made President Obama “an assassin” (FREE audio).

Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity warned that the death of Muammar Gadhafi would lead to the establishment of Sharia law in Libya.

“I want to hear Democrats tell us all again how wonderful Obama’s big triumph was in getting rid of Gadhafi,” said Hannity, “and replacing him with a bunch of al-Qaida-friendly Islamic extremists who practice polygamy and who believe men have the right to beat and rape women.”

Longtime Democratic strategist Lanny Davis joined Sean Hannity to talk Mitt Romney’s “nastiness.” Davis insisted that Obama was now a shoe-in to win reelection, because Romney’s “petulant response to the killing of Gadhafi” has cost him is “one advantage.”

Mark Levin

Mark Levin reviewed Rick Perry’s economic plan, and told listeners he likes what he’s heard so far.

“If this man weren’t president of the United States, he would just be a punk,” said Levin about Barack Obama. The host denounced the president’s class warfare rhetoric, and added, “This government has to be slashed back, not just cut back” (FREE audio).

Laura Ingraham

Journalist Jason Mattera told Laura about his confrontation with Vice President Joe Biden, after he dared to asked Biden about his bizarre comments equating Republican objections to stimulus spending with “rape.”

Michael Ellsberg, author of “The Education of Millionaires,” explained why college is a waste of time and money for anyone planning to be an entrepreneur. Later in the week, Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., opined that the next Republican presidential candidate has to be more than just “conservative,” but also “electable” (FREE audio).

Glenn Beck

Anyone familiar with Glenn Beck won’t be surprised to learn that he got emotional on the Today show while being interviewed about his new Christmas book (FREE video).

Border Agent Jesus E. Diaz has been cleared of any wrongdoing for “doing his job” but remains behinds bars. Glenn Beck interviewed Diaz’s wife on his radio show (FREE video).

And now, from the left side of the dial …

Progressives are planting the seeds of doubt well ahead of the 2012 election. For instance, Ron Reagan (filling in for Arianna Huffington on the radio show Both Sides Now) says voter ID requirements will disenfranchise African-Americans (many of whom don’t have valid ID documents for whatever reason) (FREE audio).

“What’s the REAL agenda here?” asks Brian Maloney of Radio Equalizer. “Simple: Over the next 12 months, condition Americans to believe the GOP can only win by cheating. That’s the bottom line.”

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