Michael Savage

Michael Savage

“I want to talk about how this coward from hell took away nine beautiful lives.”

Savage devoted a great deal of his airtime to discussing the Charleston massacre. He called the victims “the best of the African-American community. They are their only hope.”

Savage added: “Why didn’t the coward go into a neighborhood in Baltimore run by the Crips and the Bloods and express his rage there? … Here we have an atheist whose soul was destroyed in the public schools and the American Medical Association. He was raised on the liberal credo of Obama and Hillary Clinton, which is do what you feel like doing (Free audio).”

Rush Limbaugh

Regular listeners know that Limbaugh is a huge fan of Apple products. After the company announced they were developing a news app, the radio giant had a brainstorm: “When I saw this I said, ‘They need to hire Matt Drudge,’ because their news app is an aggregator.”

That said, Limbaugh said he didn’t think they’d take him up on his suggestion: “They have posted ads for journalists and the requirements are, certain degree, certain level of degree, education, from accredited J-schools. It’s just gonna be the New York Times all over again. … Apple’s culture is liberal, too, so you know what it’s gonna be (Free audio).”

In the wake of the mass murder in Charleston, calls to tighten gun laws were followed by a campaign against the Confederate flag. Limbaugh warned that if well-meaning conservatives gave in to this latest demand, the left would only be emboldened to go after a much larger symbol: “It isn’t gonna be long before the American flag is gonna cause chills, fear, scary thoughts,” Limbaugh said.

He imitated a typical liberal: “It’s gonna make me nervous, the American flag, when I see the American flag, it’s a symbol of hate (Free audio).”

Aaron Klein

Meet the “transabled” movement: physically healthy people who believe they have the right to live as if they had the disability they want. Klein interviewed a Canadian university professor who argued doctors should amputate the limbs of able-bodied, psychically healthy individuals who consider themselves “transabled.” Aaron took listeners inside this new “civil rights” movement and how it usurps the courts, healthcare system, financial markets and beyond.

On a lighter note, comic legend Jackie Mason came on to sound off on Hillary, disgraced newsman Brian Williams and the debate about politically-correct comedy.

Mason said that William’s new demotion to MSNBC is “like announcing from your own kitchen.”

Then Mason slammed Hillary as the “biggest faker in the whole history of politics. And how she became such a hot candidate for president makes as much sense to me as Al Capone becoming the biggest crime fighter in America.”

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

Mark Levin

Levin told listeners to run out and buy the new book “End of Discussion” by rising conservative stars Mary Katharine Ham and Guy Benson: “It’s a tremendous book … you really outta get a copy of it. The timing couldn’t be better. We’re talking to … I think you’re really going to want to read this book…these are great, new, young conservative voices. You don’t have to agree with everything they say – and that’s the point (Free audio).”

“Our first black president has directed his Treasury Department to remove Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill,” Levin said later in the week, giving listeners a valuable history lesson as only he can.

“We should put somebody on the $10 bill who opposed slavery – who opposed slavery when others supported it,” he said. “And that would be Alexander Hamilton, who is currently on the $10 bill. … How sickeningly ironic, that that’s what the first black president is going to do. And how sickeningly ironic that it’s discussed the same week as the slaughter of nine parishioners who are black.”

Laura Ingraham

On Wednesday, conservative radio host Laura Ingraham warned that the frenzied purging of Confederate flags will likely lead to Democrats and Republicans joining together to toss all traces of Southern heritage down the memory hole.

“The repressive elites say, ‘jump.’ ‘Jump to ban flags.’ ‘Jump to move a statue.’ One day it’s moving statue; the next day it’s closing the museum – because, after all, people can go to a museum and become enraptured with the historical message of Jefferson Davis,” Ingraham said. “What are we going to do with his burial site?”

“We’re, in a way, blowing up parts of history,” she continued. “Today it’s Jefferson Davis. Tomorrow it’s Robert E. Lee, and on and on and on. But what is Sen. Mitch McConnell doing? Right after this gift to Obama on trade? What on earth are you doing? This Saul Alinsky [tactic] – get off the main topic – the main topic is that America and our sovereignty is being threatened: our jobs, wages, our way of life, our border.”

Ingraham warned the GOP is marching in lockstep with the left to demand that essential aspects of American heritage be crushed while allowing the Obama administration to flood the country with dangerous illegal aliens. Soon, it will become taboo to plan Civil War re-enactments.

“[They’re] moving on from the flag to statues, memorials, perhaps Civil War reenactments, until what else? What else becomes an untouchable or unshowable in our society?” Ingraham asked.

Ingraham likened the House GOP leadership to the “mafia” Monday after they stripped Rep. Mark Meadows of his subcommittee chairmanship following his opposition to trade.

During an interview on her radio program with Rep. Jim Jordan, Ingraham argued that what House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz did in removing Meadows is “what the mafia does.”

“They want to enforce the rules, they want to enforce their rules. You will not challenge us, you will not have a different view on these issues and if you choose to go with the likes of Jim Jordan, you will be severely punished,” Ingraham told the Ohio Representative.

“You’ll become the lowest of the low in the U.S. Congress. This is what the mafia does. I’m sorry, but this is a political mafia ran on Capitol Hill,” Ingraham said. “I don’t see this as a Republican Party who represent people like me and if they distant themselves from people like me, then, I don’t see how you’re going to win the presidency. I don’t get it.”

Glenn Beck

Beck and Lemon also found common ground on the N-word. While Beck said he wishes no one would use it, Lemon bluntly stated that he “hates” the word.

“If I used it on the program … I can guarantee you that tomorrow or tonight would be the last time I would be on broadcast television,” Beck said. “I think that’s a bad word.”

However, the conservative entrepreneur also said he does not support the “banning of words.”

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