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Michael Savage

Michael Savage

In the wake of the Donald Sterling controversy, Dr. Savage was clear: “What he said was offensive, but not illegal. He got a lifetime suspension and a $2.5 million fine. I predict he’s going to sue over that and win. Sterling didn’t get where he is by being a weakling.”

Savage added that the White House is probably enjoying this scandal since it helps divert attention from Obama’s many failures (Free audio).

On that topic, Dr. Savage couldn’t conceal his disgust, slamming the president for going on another one of his international “apology tours.”

“He just went to Malaysia, which has one of the worst human rights records in the world,” Savage said, “and he put America down again.

“Obama should be arrested for sedition when he arrives back in America” (Free audio).

Rush Limbaugh

Naturally, Limbaugh started the week with his thoughts on the Donald Sterling controversy and the hypocrisy behind all the “outrage.”

It took the New York Times two days to report what Limbaugh had been saying since Monday afternoon: “Whatever you heard on that tape of Donald Sterling on Saturday was nothing new, and everybody – not just in the sports scene in L.A., everybody in the L.A. media – knew who Donald Sterling is. They didn’t say a thing, didn’t do a thing. They looked the other way” (Free audio).

For years, liberals have been boasting that “young people today get their news from comedian Jon Stewart’s ‘The Daily Show.’” However, as Limbaugh points out, simply and devastatingly, there are far more than one million college students in America, so that tiresome bit of received liberal wisdom simply isn’t true (Free audio).

Mark Levin

“There is no reason on this earth that we the people of the United States have no idea what this president did for eight to ten hours after the attack on our consulate,” declared Mark Levin, referring to the Benghazi massacre that cost the lives of four Americans.

“If the president of the United States refuses to comply and provide a response,” Levin continued, then the activists at Judicial Watch “should go to federal court and seek to compel his answers and let the chips fall where they may. And take it all the way to the Supreme Court if they must” (Free audio).

Laura Ingraham

This week, Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., called Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas an “Uncle Tom,” following the Court’s decision on affirmative action. As a result, Ingraham is calling for Thompson to be officially censured (Free audio).

She also criticized John Kerry after he said Israel was risking becoming “an apartheid state.”

“I think we have to remember that this comment doesn’t exist in a vacuum,” she pointed out. “Especially at the beginning of the administration, there was a lot of concern from Jewish Americans and all of us who support Israel that the president really wasn’t continuing the relationship with Israel as it had been continued and conducted for years.” (Free audio).

Glenn Beck

Beck got a lot of attention this week for claiming that “Hillary Clinton would have sex with a woman on the White House desk if it becomes popular.”

Beck’s point, which got a bit lost in the ensuing faux uproar, was that Clinton and many leading Democrats were against gay “marriage” until the issue reached a tipping point (Free audio).

Last weekend, during a commencement speech at Liberty University, the radio host said that God gave him a message while he was praying at the Temple Mount: “You tell them I am coming and I will settle scores” (Free audio).

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