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seperation of church and stateMichael Savage

As Dr. Savage sees it, pro-Hamas elements in the White House are teaming up with neo-cons to beat the drums for war with Russia.

As for the administration’s response to the current attacks on Israel, Savage pointed out astutely, “They’re cancelling all flights to Israel for the safety of the passengers. This means that Hamas has won.

“That’s because the Muslim Sisterhood is sympathetic to [Hamas]. Just add up all of their decisions and policies if you don’t believe me” (Free audio).

Savage explained the main reason for what he called the “meltdown of the republic itself”: the spread of atheism.

“We have a government that is clearly atheistic and respects nothing but itself,” he told his listeners. “They don’t believe there are any consequences for their actions. That’s why we’re seeing lawlessness from the state house to the White House” (Free audio).

Rush Limbaugh

“If I were gay, I’d be very worried if I lived in New York today.”

That was Rush Limbaugh’s arresting reaction to Governor Cuomo’s plan to collect information on citizens’ sexual orientation.

“They’re claiming to be looking out for me and they want to know all about my sexual orientation?” mused Limbaugh, adding that the concept sounded intrusive and even sinister (Free audio).

As far as Hamas are concerned, they are, Limbaugh declared, “the modern day Nazis.”

“They are the current incarnation of Adolf Hitler,” he continued. “It is their total hatred for Jews and their anti-Semitism that defines their existence. That’s the root of the problem!” he said.

“Ladies and gentlemen, ancient Islamic Jihad liters such as the old Grand Mufti himself met with the Nazis in World War II,” Limbaugh said. “They knew they held something major in common” (Free audio).

Aaron Klein

Did the Israelis really carry out a “massacre” in Shuja’iyya, Gaza? Klein reveals the facts the mainstream media doesn’t want you to know. He also has access to the latest draft of the Egypt-brokered cease-fire. Is it biased against Israeli interests?

Klein also explains why Americans should be worried about violent anti-Semitic demonstrations in Europe. Guest William Binney, an NSA whistleblower, reveals that the same government entity that’s monitoring your phone calls may have played a role in the IRS/tea-party scandal. All that, plus the latest on Benghazi (Free audio).

Mark Levin

Levin spoke to Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs John Baird and was impressed by that government’s forthright support for its ally, Israel.

Baird stated that Israel doesn’t just have a right to defend itself, but an obligation, and added that there is no moral equivalency between Israel and Hamas (Free audio).

The host of “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart, is not one of Levin’s favorite people right now, however.

Levin said he wanted to “educate Jon Stewart and his clapping seal studio audience, to let them know: Hamas is an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood. Hamas also was part of the PLO. The PLO’s history goes back to the Mufti, goes back to the Third Reich, the Final Solution. Read up, Ivy League boy! Try and figure out exactly what’s going on before you cut your stupid jokes!” (Free audio).

Laura Ingraham

Why was President Obama “missing in action” for three days after the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, only emerging to issue a milquetoast statement? Laura Ingraham, for one, was not impressed.

“He could have come out on Friday and given this statement,” said the radio host. “I mean the compromised scene, the crime scene, the terrorism scene of that downed jet that was happening on Friday late day. So the president comes out Monday, and it was like he was a newsreader, ‘Well, this has happened.’ Well, yeah, we know what’s happened.” (Free audio).

Will electoral lightning strike twice? Supporters of Republican Tennessee State Rep. Joe Carr hope so. Ingraham is backing Carr’s campaign to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander; her previous endorsement of a challenger led to the surprise defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the Virginia primary.

Ingraham compared Alexander to “an old sweater” that’s gone out of style.

“He was really comfortable and sharp looking at one point,” joked the radio host. “But now it just takes up room in your drawer,” and he has to go.

Glenn Beck

Beck continued his controversial campaign to ameliorate conditions at the refugee detention centers at the border.

He accused U.S. authorities of committing “damn near crimes against humanity” by failing to prevent thousands of children from crossing into America in the first place. (Free audio).

Shortly after the Boston Marathon terrorist attack, a young Muslim man was questioned by police, who later cleared him of any connection the perpetrators.

That individual, Abdulrahman Alharbi, is suing Glenn Beck, accusing the talk radio giant of continuing to insist that he played a role in the fatal incident.

Now, according to the Washington Post, “Beck has lashed back, saying Alharbi is trying to ‘punish’ and impede Beck’s First Amendment rights. Beck argues the bombings made Alharbi a ‘limited purpose’ and ‘involuntary’ public figure who must prove not just that Beck made false accusations, but that Beck did it with ‘actual malice.’”

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