Will Obama inspire an ‘American Spring’?

By Kathy Shaidle

Michael Savage

“When is the American Spring going to happen?” Dr. Savage asked his audience this week.

Pointing out that half of Ukraine’s population hated their ousted leader, he notes that America “is also divided right down the middle,” and wonders what it would take to spark a similar uprising (Free audio).

Savage noted that the FCC was walking back its plans to send “monitors” into the nation’s newsrooms, but warned that liberals will never abandon their efforts to censor free speech (Free audio).

“We’re fighting for our survival,” he declared. “The communists and fascists are everywhere. They’re suppressing us and trying to destroy us.”

Rush Limbaugh

Limbaugh played a clip of Marco Rubio’s devastating rebuttal to Tom Harkin’s over-the-top praise of Cuba’s supposedly superior healthcare system.

“This is absolute insanity to listen to Tom Harkin go on and on and on with such love for Cuba, what a paradise it is,” said Limbaugh. “But it isn’t. We haven’t had communism blasted like Rubio did it by an elected official in I don’t know how long – certainly since the days of Reagan” (Free audio).

A caller who’d immigrated to America from Ecuador asked Limbaugh to explain the Democratic Party’s obsession with race relations.

Limbaugh explained that, “This country is paralyzed by race because that is the chosen state of the Democrat Party. The Democrat Party has sought to advance itself politically by making as many groups of people victims of the Republicans as possible in people’s minds” (Free audio).

Aaron Klein

Klein broadcast live updates from Ukraine, and the country’s chief rabbi commented on reports that Kiev’s Jews were fleeing the capital.

He also featured an exclusive insider’s report on the FCC’s proposal that America’s newsrooms be monitored. Klein asked whether or not Egypt was poised to “become the next Syria” and continued his investigation into the vote-counting firm Scytl (Free audio).

Mark Levin

On March 6, Mark Levin will receive the first ever Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award at CPAC.

The president of Breitbart News, Larry Solov, said, “[L]ike Andrew Breitbart, Levin has a way of cutting through the mainstream press’s filter with his words and is never afraid to have arrows slung at him by the institutional left on the front lines of the fight.”

“I think we owe Richard Nixon an apology,” quipped Levin on the air. Obama, he declared, often sounds like a Third World dictator, “stomping all over Congress” and threatening state governors (Free audio).

Laura Ingraham

Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute joined Ingraham to discuss a new California law that lets “transgender” students decide which school bathrooms they will use, regardless of their genitalia.

“Do you have to declare your belief about what you think about your gender and that’s set in stone,” asked Ingraham, “or can you change it day to day? I mean it gets very confusing for people, I think. … How does it go?”

Dacus replied, “Yeah, the law allows them to change every day if they want.”

Ingraham’s other guests this week included a former INS assistant commissioner who explained that many illegal immigrants “are lying in order to game the system” (Free audio).

Glenn Beck

Two Google executives spoke to Glenn Beck this week, and the radio host says that some of the public statements they made before the interview “will drive the left out of their mind.”

“[Beck] is the success story from traditional media,” one of them said. “And people are going to be studying what Glenn did [with TheBlaze.com] for years, and trying to replicate it. To have a model where you have Internet and cable companies working together – it’s extraordinary” (Free audio).

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