RADIO’S GREATEST OF ALL TIME – RUSH LIMBAUGH

We are excited to announce the release of RADIO’S GREATEST OF ALL TIME — Rush Limbaugh with Kathryn and David Limbaugh! This collection of some of Rush’s favorite moments on and off the air was put together for you, his loyal audience, in honor of your unwavering support over thirty-two incredible years. We hope you enjoy looking back at these highlights of Rush’s exceptional life as an American patriot and the greatest voice for conservatism the world has ever known! Proceeds from Radio’s Greatest of All Time will be donated to the families of fallen heroes.

When Vince Flynn, a dear friend and renowned author, first suggested the idea for this book, Rush considered the task overwhelmingly daunting. “How can I possibly select the best of the best,” he joked, “from all the years of pure genius?” After overcoming these initial reservations though, Rush came to love this project immensely and spent countless hours joyfully reliving the highs and lows of his incredible career. Rush always said that “history repeats itself,” so his prescient analysis of events from the early days will remain relevant today and forever.

Contributors to the book include President Donald J. Trump, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Governor Ron DeSantis, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Dr. Ben Carson, and others. This book follows, in Rush’s own words, how he grew from a young man in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, into the Greatest of All Time by learning from greats like William F. Buckley, Margaret Thatcher, and Ronald Reagan. Throughout his life, he never forgot his core values, his sense of humility, or his care for you – his extended family.

Rush will forever be our American hero who is simply irreplaceable. His words and lessons will live on through all of us.

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CHAPTER EXCERPTS

WHAT MAKES AMERICA GREAT AND WHY WE MUST PROTECT IT
The Rush Limbaugh Show, September 7, 2007

RUSH: You know, what happened in Philadelphia in 1776 was a miracle. Divine inspiration had to have been there. The principles may be bigger than the men who wrote ’em down, but they did write them, and they were not racists, and they were not bigots, whatever else the PC crowd teaches today. . . .

Have you read the Declaration of Independence? “One nation under God . . . Creator.” The Pledge of Allegiance? Clearly the founders of this country believed in God and believed that we were all created and that we were all created equal. “Certain unalienable rights, among them life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness.” Life, liberty, pursuit; these words mean things.

You say that the principles are bigger than the people that wrote ’em down, but it took people to write them down. Where did they get the inspiration? Where did they get the intelligence? They were great people that put this country together, a country that stood the test of time like no other country in the history of civilization. Today’s liberals are none of the Founding Fathers. Today’s liberals are not capitalists as constituted today. They are socialists. . . .

RUSH VISITS THE WHITE HOUSE, STAYS IN THE LINCOLN BEDROOM
The Rush Limbaugh Show, August 26, 2010

RUSH: One of the funny stories that I remember is that after my night—it was in 1992 in the summertime that I’d spent the night in the White House. George H. W. Bush was president. . . . I got to know the usher; they were all big fans. And it was like a hotel room—you could have a wake-up call. This was on the same floor that the president and his wife live. It’s a big floor, obviously, but you could order coffee from, quote unquote, room service. A uniformed steward would bring it to you, and I got to know all these people. And when Clinton won the election, I remember Harry Thomason and his wife, Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, talking about how they couldn’t wait to sleep in the Lincoln Bedroom after Clinton was inaugurated.

So, through channels I reached people that I had met in the White House: “Could I leave a note that you would leave for Harry and Linda on the pillow in the Lincoln Bedroom the night that they’re in there?” And it happened to be inauguration weekend, I think, that they spent. It took a while, but in a couple weeks they came back and they said sure. So I wrote a note, and the note said, “Dear Harry and Linda: Never forget this. I was here first, and I will be back. Signed, Your buddy, Rush.”

CHAPTER EXCERPTS

WHAT MAKES AMERICA GREAT AND WHY WE MUST PROTECT IT
The Rush Limbaugh Show, September 7, 2007

RUSH: You know, what happened in Philadelphia in 1776 was a miracle. Divine inspiration had to have been there. The principles may be bigger than the men who wrote ’em down, but they did write them, and they were not racists, and they were not bigots, whatever else the PC crowd teaches today. . . .

Have you read the Declaration of Independence? “One nation under God . . . Creator.” The Pledge of Allegiance? Clearly the founders of this country believed in God and believed that we were all created and that we were all created equal. “Certain unalienable rights, among them life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness.” Life, liberty, pursuit; these words mean things.

You say that the principles are bigger than the people that wrote ’em down, but it took people to write them down. Where did they get the inspiration? Where did they get the intelligence? They were great people that put this country together, a country that stood the test of time like no other country in the history of civilization. Today’s liberals are none of the Founding Fathers. Today’s liberals are not capitalists as constituted today. They are socialists. . . .

RUSH VISITS THE WHITE HOUSE, STAYS IN THE LINCOLN BEDROOM
The Rush Limbaugh Show, August 26, 2010

RUSH: One of the funny stories that I remember is that after my night—it was in 1992 in the summertime that I’d spent the night in the White House. George H. W. Bush was president. . . . I got to know the usher; they were all big fans. And it was like a hotel room—you could have a wake-up call. This was on the same floor that the president and his wife live. It’s a big floor, obviously, but you could order coffee from, quote unquote, room service. A uniformed steward would bring it to you, and I got to know all these people. And when Clinton won the election, I remember Harry Thomason and his wife, Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, talking about how they couldn’t wait to sleep in the Lincoln Bedroom after Clinton was inaugurated.

So, through channels I reached people that I had met in the White House: “Could I leave a note that you would leave for Harry and Linda on the pillow in the Lincoln Bedroom the night that they’re in there?” And it happened to be inauguration weekend, I think, that they spent. It took a while, but in a couple weeks they came back and they said sure. So I wrote a note, and the note said, “Dear Harry and Linda: Never forget this. I was here first, and I will be back. Signed, Your buddy, Rush.”