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Michael Savage

Savage revealed that he was working on a new non-fiction book, entitled “The Coming Civil War.”

“It’s a frightening book,” he warned his audience. “The more I get into it, the worse it looks for us.” (Free audio.)

Savage also looked back on the history of presidential executive orders. Noting that “Obama uses them to increase his power and reward his cronies,” Savage added that executive orders have been used by presidents from both parties, going back to George Washington.

“No matter who the president is, you have to watch out for executive orders,” he warned. “An executive order is like a virus: It does not discriminate.” (Free audio.)

Rush Limbaugh

Dubbing it the “State of the Coup” address, Limbaugh suggested a new social program that Obama could include in this week’s speech to the country.

To place all young people on a fair and equal footing as they enter the job market, Limbaugh said, “All teenagers will be required to get high on the drug of their choice. They will be required to play video games. They will be required to remain jobless during summer breaks. They will not be allowed to do internships at companies which are really nothing more than indoctrination camps, as are high school and college.”

After all, according to “the president’s own philosophy,” Limbaugh explained, it’s “unfair” that some young people work hard while others don’t.

Limbaugh normally refuses to play sound bites from MSNBC programs on his show, even to mock them. However, this week he made an exception, in order to call out Republican leaders who’d gone on the network to present their ideas about immigration reform. (Free audio.)

“Why would they do that?,” he wondered. “Nobody watches MSNBC. I mean, why would they go to a network, the viewers of which are already committed to amnesty?”

Mark Levin

If Republicans in the House of Representatives want to “get back in the game,” Mark Levin has some suggestions. (Free audio.)

Declaring that America is moving into a era of “hard tyranny,” he called upon Congressmen to stand up to Obama by using the “power of the purse” and other tools to block the president’s agenda.

Not for the first time, Levin wondered aloud, “Who is Barack Obama?”

The radio host spoke to Dr. Paul Kengor, a professor who has studied the president’s past in depth. Kengor talked to Levin about the African-American Communist Party USA member who served as Obama’s mentor. (Free audio.)

Laura Ingraham

“You’re saying Americans are lazy?”

Ingraham challenged pro-amnesty Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., on her show this week. Finance expert and broadcaster Jim Cramer also came on to state that billionaires like Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg were on the “wrong side” of the national debate on immigration reform.

If Speaker John Boehner pushes for amnesty, then, according to guest Pat Buchanan, he will split the Republican Party and bring on the “end of his speakership.”

Also on Ingraham’s show, Fox News’ critical coverage of President Obama was defended by an unlikely source: CNN anchor Don Lemon. (Free audio.)

Glenn Beck

Listeners may have sensed for some time that bad blood existed between Glenn Beck and his radio rivals Sean Hannity and Mark Levin. (Free video.)

Without going into specifics, Beck announced this week that the trio’s “feud” was officially over:

“There was a stupid feud, and the three of us, Sean, and Mark and I, have talked about it. And we know where it came from, and we know who was feeding us lies about each other. And this individual just expected that if they fed us enough lies about each other, we would never talk to each other.

“And that way he would be able to divide us and keep the tea party movement at bay and control it as much as he could or destroy it,” Beck continued.

 

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