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June 23, 2021 37 min

Legendary broadcaster Rush Limbaugh is obviously best known for his political savvy and candid commentary, but one of his most charming character traits was his sense of humor. James Golden explores the lighter, funnier side of Rush, with some behind-the-scenes stories, the origin of Rush’s best bits and some highlights of over 30 years of the Rush Limbaugh Show. Additionally, James chats with political satirist, impressionist and long time contributor to the show, Paul Shanklin and replays some of their favorite bits and parodies over the years. This episode also contains an appearance from Radio Hall of Fame inductee and former syndicated radio host, Neal Boortz, who narrates a special feature dedicated to Rush’s own induction into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1993.

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