Host James Golden shares very personal, never-before-told stories about Rush Limbaugh’s kindness and strength of character that his most loyal listeners - even many of Rush’s closest friends and family - have probably never heard. He’s also joined by staff from two radio stations inside the EIB Network, who personally witnessed Rush’s charitable nature in their own towns after tragedy struck, without any recognition or fanfare. This episode also includes an appearance from radio and tv personality Glenn Beck, who narrates a special feature dedicated to the early days of the national Rush Limbaugh Show. Additional audio courtesy of KZRG radio in Joplin, MO, and WDAY radio in Fargo, ND.
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