Inside the Beltway: A Good Book on Rush Limbaugh

Good book on Rush Limbaugh

Is there still a book that Republicans and conservatives should read? The answer is yes – and it can be found in a handsome book that will resonate with millions of people who have listened to the talk radio host rush limbo every day.

“The Greatest Radio of All Time: Rush Limbaugh” has arrived from Threshold Editions, the conservative imprint of Simon & Schuster.

If it comes to think of it, those who haven’t listened to the daily swarm can also benefit from accurate, wise insight, facts, humor, and cultural commentary.

This is a generous and weighty book in more ways than one – spanning 512 pages and loaded with personal photos, copies of Limbo’s performances as well as unique personal recordings made by his wife. Catherine Adams Limbaugh Shortly before his untimely death in 2021.

“I know many of you are sorely missing your friend on the radio, Rush’s unwavering upbeat voice. There are no words to fill in the void – he is simply irreplaceable,” she writes in an honest introduction.

In his time behind the microphone, Limbaugh was listened to on 650 radio stations across the country and drew a loyal audience of 30 million listeners per week. The book itself appeared in the “Ten Best Sellers” list on Amazon even before it was published.

Political commentator and brother David Limbaugh provided personal insights. Florida State. Ron DeSantisSupreme Court of Justice, Clarence Thomasprevious president Donald Trump and former HUD secretary Ben Carson They are among those who also contributed a personal acknowledgment to this precise history of Limbaugh’s 30-year path through the often unforgiving world of media and politics.

There is also a note from the 40th US President.

“Thank you for all you do to promote Republican and conservative principles. Now that you’re retired from active politics, I don’t mind becoming the number one voice for conservatism in our country” Ronald Reagan Limbaugh advised in a 1992 note.

I know liberals call you “the most dangerous man in America,” but don’t regret it; They were saying the same about me. Keep up the good work! Reagan said America needed to listen to “the way things should be.”

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A little more idea

Many analysts say the midterms will be a close fight between Republicans and Democrats, swayed by impulses and enthusiasm among voters themselves. One opinion poll revealed another factor that could also influence voter participation that could influence the outcome.

With the overall midterm preferences of registered voters split dramatically, nearly identical majority of voters for candidates in both parties say they are ‘extremely’ or ‘extremely’ excited to vote in the midterm elections; 80% of Republican supporters say they are very excited, as are 79% of Democratic supporters,” the Pew Research Center said in a new analysis.

“However, Republican voters are significantly more likely than Democratic voters to say they ‘think too much’ about the upcoming congressional elections (49% vs. 38%),” the results revealed.

There is another small feature that may play a role in addition to the approaching election date.

“Overall, 65% of registered voters said it ‘really important’ to any party winning Congress, including 76% of those who support Republican candidates and 72% of those who support Democrats,” the Pew Research Center noted.

The poll of 3,993 registered US voters was conducted from October 10 to 16.

OHIO . counter

Fox News will host a town hall Tuesday night with a deputy US Senate candidate from Ohio. Tim RyanDemocrat and Republican JD Vance In front of a live audience of Ohio voters.

The meeting will be moderated by the chief political broadcaster Britt Beer and “story” Martha McCallum. The place is Columbus and the time is from 6 to 7 pm ET.

More than 15 countries

Immigrants continue to arrive across the southern border of the United States. What are the effects? Here is a comparison worth noting.

“President Biden’s Department of Homeland Security welcomed a foreign population at the U.S.-Mexico border in fiscal year 2022 that exceeds the population of 15 states,” notes John Penderthe Breitbart News reporter who did the calculations.

He writes that the agency “oversaw the largest influx of illegal immigration in a single fiscal year, with more than 2.2 million illegal border-crossers and aliens arriving at the southern border from October 1, 2021 to September 20, 2022.”

Mr. Morgan also notes that former Director of Customs and Border Protection Mark Morgan – now a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation – describes the trend as unprecedented and says it risks a “major catastrophe” for the nation.

The “record level of illegal immigration” in one year is more than the resident population in Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Delaware, Montana, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Hawaii, West Virginia, Idaho, Nebraska, and New Mexico.

DU JOUR . referendum

• 68% of adults in the United States support legalizing small amounts of marijuana for personal use. 48% of conservatives, 77% of moderates and 88% of liberals agree.

• Overall, 54% said that legalizing marijuana “would have no effect on numbers of other drug offenses.” 44% of conservatives, 63% of moderates and 57% of liberals agree.

• Overall, 54% said that alcohol use is more dangerous than marijuana use. 38% of conservatives, 55% of moderates and 79% of liberals agree.

• Overall, 45% said tobacco use is more dangerous than marijuana use. 26% of conservatives, 50% of moderates, and 68% of liberals agree.

• Overall 43% said marijuana use in the US is “not a real problem” in the US; 29% of conservatives, 47% of moderates and 60% of liberals agree.

Source: Monmouth University Polling Institute poll of 808 American adults October 13-17.

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