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What makes Hillary Clinton such “hot excrement”?
He cleaned up his language for radio, but Rush Limbaugh’s feelings for the former first lady were clear. Clinton reportedly receives, “250 grand, $300,000 for a speech,” he noted, but “what does she say? Is any of it memorable?”
“When Steve Jobs did a commencement speech, it’s all over YouTube, people talk about it, they react to it, moved by it. I’ve never had one person who’s heard Hillary speak tell me how wonderful it was” (Free audio).
Once again, Limbaugh is being criticized by the mainstream media for stating the obvious. This week, regarding the Hobby Lobby case, he questioned why birth control is covered by insurance in the first place: “Which is worse, to go blind from lack of regular eye exams or to get pregnant? And again, pregnancy is something that you have to do to cause. … Yet we treat it as a great imposition that women need to be protected from. It’s a sickness, it’s a disease, it’s whatever, and there’s gotta be a pill for it. Yet they wouldn’t have the problem if they didn’t do a certain thing. It’s that simple” (Free audio).
“I’ve been working on the topic of immigration and epidemics since the late 1970s,” Dr. Savage reminded his listeners this week, reacting to troubling reports about the various communicable diseases being carried by “refugees” streaming over the border.
“When I tried to publish my seventh book, entitled ‘Immigrants and Epidemics,’ all the publishers in New York turned it down for political reasons. I got so angry that I recorded my radio audition tape, and the rest is history,” he explained. “Since then, I’ve been like Paul Revere, trying to warn America about what was to come. … Epidemiology was my field in graduate school. I know more about this than anyone else on radio” (Free audio).
Savage is also a lifelong critic of the ACLU and its campaigns to remove Christian symbols from public places. The latest outrage, he says, is that the group has teamed up with Jewish war veterans to take down the memorial cross at Mt. Soledad in California.
“Do you realize,” Savage asked, “that if not for the crosses in graveyards across Europe – the crosses of dead Christian soldiers – the Holocaust would have spread across the world? … It was mostly Christian boys who fought to liberate the world from Hitler. Yet there are Jewish war veterans who want this cross removed?” (Free audio).
When they signed up for their jobs, did U.S. border agents ever imagine they’d be changing diapers and doing laundry?
As Aaron Klein reports, that’s what they’re doing now; instead of preventing illegals from entering the country, guards are now tasked with being their caregivers. Klein also explains that taxpayers are footing the bill for all this, as well as the high-priced lawyers defending these “refugees.”
The executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons joined Aaron to warn of a major epidemic in the making thanks to this influx of unscreened immigrants across the southern border.
Aaron Klein also explains how the U.S. and Israel may be forced to respond militarily to an ISIS attack on Jordan and notes that on the domestic front, “impeachment” is no longer a fringe topic (Free audio).
Compared with other talk radio hosts, constitutional attorney Mark Levin had a different take on the Supreme Court’s 9-0 against Obama’s recess appointments.
“I call this a post-constitutional period,” Levin told his listeners. “Even with this ruling by the Supreme Court, five of the activist liberal justices basically chopped the appointments clause. Now they all slapped Obama’s wrist because he was so completely out of line. The problem is you’re now going to have future presidents who are going to abuse this process. When Congress goes out on vacation, they’re now going to make appointments” (Free audio).
Ingraham and Fox News host Bill O’Reilly clashed over the correct response to the illegal immigration crisis.
Ingraham said that the authorities need to “start deporting people, not by the hundreds, not by the dozens, by the thousands. That means entire families, not just the father or mother, but we keep families unified by deporting all people who are here illegally.”
O’Reilly called that idea “draconian” and claimed it would “destroy the Republican Party.”
“That’s the left’s argument,” Ingraham shot back. “You are adopting the argument of the left” (Free video).
On the topic of the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision, she said that leftists who were responding hysterically had “a bad case of the vapors.”
“For them, the Constitution is something you need to get around,” she noted (Free video).
Forbes has unveiled its new “Celebrity 100” list of the most powerful people in show business, and Glenn Beck ranked at No. 39 – the highest spot for a talk radio personality.
Estimating Beck’s annual earnings at $90 million, Forbes pegged him above his rivals Rush Limbaugh (No. 59) and Sean Hannity (No. 86).