Michael Savage

Michael Savage

“The man is so psychotic,” said Savage about Bruce Jenner this week, adding: “He’s so jealous of his sick ugly daughters and the attention they’ve garnered without any talent whatsoever, that he had to ‘up’ them. He’s trying to compete with them. This is a mentally ill man, yet he’s in every newspaper and magazine as something wholesome. In fact, it symbolizes the death of America (Free audio).”

Savage also told his audience that “America’s real enemies are the fake Republicans” who “inveigled us into believing they would listen to the people” during the last election: “The enemy is the fake Republican like McConnell and Boehner and the other individuals in the power structure. They are in there solely to advance the interests of powerful international corporations (Free audio).”

Rush Limbaugh

“Don’t doubt me on this,” Limbaugh told his audience this week. The subject was Bruce Jenner, a.k.a. Caitlyn, and how liberals are using his sex change to try to “redefine normalcy”: “The objective here is to then portray the old norms and the practitioners of the old norms as the deadbeats, the dry balls, the sticks in the mud – or worse – their racist, sexist, bigots, homophobes, but they’re the weirdos (Free audio).”

“While they’re trying to find Caitlyn Jenner’s penis over on Headline News,” Limbaugh said later, “they’re talking to Pam Geller about beheading on CNN. They got a thing about appendages there.”

Limbaugh blasted CNN’s Erin Burnett, who accused anti-jihad activist Geller of “stoking the flames” after it was revealed that a Boston Muslim had intended to behead her.

He also slammed the Southern Poverty Law Center, who’ve called Geller’s organization a “hate group”: “It’s just some weirdo and a couple of his friends in some remote location with a logo and a fax machine, and they simply publicize groups of people they consider to be soaked in hate and they create hate. One of their followers actually went to the Family Research Council and tried to kill people there, to shoot the place up. … The Southern Poverty Law Center is where the hate is, and it’s a hate for conservatives (Free audio).”

Aaron Klein

Aaron was joined by the architect of the NSA’s spy program, famed whistleblower William Binney. He said the NSA will continue to spy on American citizens irrespective of any action taken by Congress on the Patriot Act.

He believes the NSA is now using its collected data to target Americans for their politics, including members of the Tea Party and the Occupy movement.

He thinks former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, D-N.Y., was among the victims in 2008, when he resigned from office in a highly-publicized prostitution scandal.

Sparks flew as Aaron interviewed Bill Clinton accuser Kathleen Willey. Willey told Klein she suspects the former president suffers from dementia, and called Hillary Clinton a “money-hungry” hypocrite who looks “awfully haggard” and is the “worst role model for a wife and a mother and a politician.”

Pamela Geller joined the show to react to the Washington D.C. Transit Authority’s decision to ban “issue-oriented” advertisements on buses and trains in the nation’s capital for the rest of 2015 after receiving Geller’s ad proposal depicting a cartoon of Muhammad.

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

Ingraham’s guest this week included author Ann Coulter (“Republicans focusing on the immigrant vote is like Dems focused on the evangelical vote”); former transgender Walt Heyer, who says that sex-change operations are all “cosmetics”; Dana Milbank: (“Every political candidate for 2016 will have their day. At the end the people will back the most powerful candidate”); and Sen. Rand Paul (Free audio).

Mark Levin

With Bruce Jenner’s sex change in the news, Levin talked about the time he met that Olympic gold medalist – the location may have surprised some of his listeners (Free audio).

Levin has some advice for the future Republican presidential nominee. He knows that, during debates, Hillary Clinton will claim that the GOP is somehow engaged in “voter suppression.”

The nominee, Levin said, should pull out their driver’s license and hold it up, then explain that that’s all the ID anyone is required not only to vote, but to board a plane, buy alcohol or any number of ordinary activities. “Yet Hillary Clinton thinks you are incapable of acquiring one of these cards if you’re a minority. Is this the kind of president you want? (Free audio)”

Glenn Beck

Left-leaning web sites got a lot of mileage out of Beck’s statements about the Texas floods.

After Beck’s co-host Stu Burguiere noted that Gov. Rick Perry had prayed for rain during the state’s drought a few years back, he wondered, “Will [Perry] get blamed for the success of the rain and the flooding?”

“We started ending that drought with that fast, do you remember that?” Beck answered. “He was mocked for it and he went ahead and did it and that was the beginning of the end of the drought. We started having rain right after that, and this state was a desert (Free audio).”

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