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Rush Limbaugh

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Bestselling author Mark Steyn guest-hosted for Limbaugh early this week. He mocked a Harvard student whose essay about her generation’s supposed need for “safe spaces” on campus went viral.

Steyn retorted: “The ‘safe space’ is a totalitarianism concept and where cultures go to die. If you’re wondering why free speech is on the rocks in the United States and around the free world, it’s because our children are being held hostage in the safe space the first 20 years of their life (Free audio).”

The Huffington Post thinks Limbaugh might be in trouble with the FCC for something he said on the air.

They report that Limbaugh uttered an “indecent” word on his June 1 show. HuffPo adds that the veteran broadcaster “ought to know better” and has been recently “veering dangerously close to the FCC indecency line (Link, no audio).”

Michael Savage

Savage was disgusted by yet another example of “progressive” hypocrisy: “The Islamic State is throwing gay men off roofs in the name of Muslim sharia law,” he told his audience. “Not one word from the gay lobby in America. Not one word from the United Nations. Not one word from that lying, thieving, backstabbing, anti-American creature in the White House (Free audio).”

Savage also warned that “the puppet masters are meeting at Bilderberg as we speak,” adding: “When you here the word ‘Bilderberg,’ you get frightened, and you should. It’s a private meeting of industry titans, mainly bankers. Right now there’s talk of banning cash in all societies.”

He added that the only ones who could prevent this from happening would be the Republicans, “as bad as they are (Free audio).”

Aaron Klein

Aaron exposed the truth about the anti-Israel BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) campaign, dubbing it the “BS” campaign, “based on lies with the goal of destroying Israel.” He showed that the BDS campaign was being silently supported by the Obama administration.

Aaron conducted a world-exclusive interview with senior Hamas leader Salah Bardawil, who explained that in the choice between a Democratic or a Republican president, Hamas thinks Democrats are “less worse.”

Sheriff Joe Arpaio came on Klein’s show and made big news. During the interview, Arpaio alleged Democrats are mostly interested in immigration reform because the newly-legalized residents will eventually obtain voting rights and will vote for Democrats.

Arpaio further urged Republican president candidates to discuss the issue of drug trafficking when talking about border security.

Listen to Aaron Klein’s show every week on radio (AM 970 The Answer in NY; NewsTalk 990 AM in Philly) or online.

Laura Ingraham

As “Obamatrade” replaces “Obamacare” as a top conservative concern, Ingraham’s guest, Senator Jeff Sessions, told the host that the president actually wants to create “another monumental trans-Pacific organization” along the lines of the EU.

Sessions said, “I think it’s a huge historic event, that there’s no way this Republican conference, this Congress should give this to the president. We ought to know everything there is to know about it. Lawyers ought to explain every word that’s in it (Link, no audio).”

Ingraham’s other guests this week included former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman, who questioned the quality of applicants being recruited into the department; GOP leader Reince Priebus, who said, “Republicans don’t exist as a national party if we do not win in 2016”; Dr. Charles Krauthammer and UKIP party leader Nigel Farage (Free audio).

Mark Levin

Levin also talked to Sessions about “Obamatrade,” who warned that by putting America into a partnership with 12 countries, Obama could be giving these other nations the power to make laws and regulations that would be binding on the United States (Free audio).

Levin himself said to his audience: “Don’t you see the pressure waged by the Chamber of Crony Capitalism and all the rest? They’ll say, you see, we voted for free trade, now we’re on a level playing field – when they’re screwing us! (Link, no audio)”

Glenn Beck

“I feel that my whole life has been leading in one direction,” Glenn Beck told his audience this week, before announcing a new non-partisan project that “has been in the making for five years.”

Beck asked for help raising “an awful lot of money in relief” to help those in need around the world and fighting for their rights: “The Christian who speaks out for the homosexual who is being stoned, the homosexual who stands up for the Christian baker in Oregon, the Jew that sees the dark echoes of the past and wakes his people to the cries of the Coptic Christians, and the Christian who stands in defense of the Jew in France or on any American campus – these will be the people that change the world,” Beck declared. “These will be the people that will stand and say, ‘I will not go over the cliff into the sands of insanity with the rest of humanity.’ (Free audio)”

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