The pope is scheduled to address a joint session of Congress this fall, and Michael Savage isn't happy about it.
"I don't want him lecturing me about global warming, about which he knows nothing," Savage told his audience.
If Pope Francis was really concerned about "income inequality," Savage added, "He could sell off some of the great art the Vatican owns.
"Why does he come here and tell me I have to pay higher taxes?" (Free audio).
Savage's new nickname for Barack Obama is "America's commander-in-grief." The talk show host blasted the president for failing to stop ISIS, especially since they are inching closer to a Marine air base in Iraq.
"The United States stopped the German military and beat the North Koreans and the Chinese and defeated the North Vietnamese in many engagements. But under this president, our military has not been able to stop ISIS for some reason. Is Obama not prosecuting the war correctly? Or is there another reason?" Savage asked.
"Let's not go there," Savage warned. "If you do, you'll realize the situation is far worse than you think" (Free audio).
Picking up on a story first published by WND, Limbaugh discussed the Department of Homeland Security's failure to file a vital memorandum related to Obama's executive order on immigration.
As a result, Limbaugh explained, a Texas judge has issued "a 128-page opinion in rebuking Obama's executive amnesty. Some of it is brilliant. Some of it is just ice cold, cold blue steel brilliant, in tying the Regime's hands."
Time magazine picked up on one of Limbaugh's recent remarks about false campus rape accusations to demonstrate how the rise of the Internet has "changed talk radio."
"Hosts' words far more easily reach non-listeners than they did 25 years ago," the magazine points out. "Indeed, a show's actual audience need not be bothered for comments to cause trouble. Campaigns against a host can build over time, and social media makes it easy to pressure station management and advertisers."
As anti-Semitic violence increases across the world, one of Europe's most respected rabbis came on with a warning to the world's Jews.
Klein also revealed startling proof that the U.S. is minimizing the ISIS threat while Hezbollah is heading towards toward Israel's border with Syria.
Was the measles outbreak really caused by illegals? What Klein discovered might surprise you.
Klein's fellow journalist Rusty Humphries came on to swap stories about what it's really like to report from dangerous war zones. Brian Williams, eat your heart out! (Premium audio)
Mark Levin wants Marco Rubio to come on his program to answer for his remarks to a group of reporters in Las Vegas.
Rubio was quoted as saying that Congress should pass a bill funding Homeland Security "without conditions" – not even conditions that would reign in Obama's amnesty plans.
However, during the show, Rubio's staff issued a statement saying that he'd been misquoted and included a full transcript of his remarks for Levin's perusal (Free audio).
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani caused a stir when he accused Obama of "not loving America," but Levin agrees with that assessment. He called upon the president to do something to rescue the new "Anne Franks" who are currently suffering in the Middle East, before it's too late (Free video).
This week, Ingraham spoke to Rep. Tim Huelskamp of Kansas, who says American citizens "are dying over the president's poor decisions."
Other guests included Graeme Wood, who says Obama's claims about the nature and intention of ISIS are "theoretically and historically inaccurate;" Lt. Col. Ralph Peters,, who says the Bush administration "wrote off millions of Christians in the Middle East;" and veteran Beltway insider Ronald Coburn, who calls the Obama White House the least transparent administration since Jimmy Carter's (Free audio).
Joe Biden is at it again, and Beck calls the vice president's latest actions "the creepiest thing I have ever seen."
News cameras captured Biden fondling new Defense Secretary Ash Carter's wife from behind while her husband was sworn in.
"His wife is standing behind the podium," Beck said, "and Joe Biden is, like, massaging her shoulders and then whispering things in her ear. It is so disturbing. She's trying to listen to her husband. It's her moment of listening to her husband, and she's got this creep on her!" (Free video)
Overseas, the beheading of Coptic Christians by ISIS led Beck to speculate that we are witnessing the "beginnings of sorrows" mentioned in the Bible.
"These are the birth pangs of things yet to come," he wrote at his website. "These are the beginnings of sorrows. We must humble ourselves and turn our face to God."
"Most wanted to appease in late 1940 just as they do now," he continued. "No one wanted to call Hitler evil. … [But] there are times when a civilized world must stand for what is right. Now is one of those times."