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RUSH: We have a 12-year-old on the phone named Madison from Oklahoma City calling about the Adventures of Rush Revere series. Hey, Madison, I’m glad that you got through today. How are you?

CALLER: Good. How are you, Mr. Limbaugh?

RUSH: I’m just dandy now that you’ve called. You’ve put me in a good mood here, Madison, thank you.

CALLER: You’re welcome.

RUSH: So what can I do for you? What’s shaking?

CALLER: Well, I wanted to call and give my feedback on the Rush Revere series. I think it’s a great book. With me being in seventh grade it helps me with my history when I have to remember for a test or something.

RUSH: That’s awesome. It’s actually helping you in class. Well, there’s a reason for that, Madison. It’s because the books are loyal to the truth.

CALLER: Yeah. But my parents have, on my dad’s iPad they have the first two books and pre-ordered the third one.

RUSH: Oh, really, you’re reading them on an iPad?


RUSH: And you’ve already pre-ordered the third one? Well, that’s just wonderful. Let’s see. You’re 12 years old, so you’re right there in the target age-group. And people like you, Madison, are exactly why we’re doing these books. But I bet your parents, your family pretty much, you have a lot of respect for America already, right? You love the country?

CALLER: Yes. Whenever we read the books, at the end my mom always goes on the Internet, on the website, to get Liberty’s answers and quizzes on the book to see if I was paying attention.

RUSH: (laughing) And you always are, right?

CALLER: Right.

RUSH: You are. Well, the new book is gonna be out October 28th. You’ll get it. If it runs for you the way it does for me, it will be like 11:30 or close to midnight on October 27th that you’ll get an alert from the iTunes bookstore saying that the book is available for download. And, Madison, let me tell you something. This one, I’m not ashamed to say, we’re so excited about this one. I mean, it’s really good. They’re all good, but you try to make each one better, and as you get more experience doing them, you hope they do get better.

But this, we’ve combined things. We’ve combined actual history with a modern-day story relevant to the US military, to whom the book is dictated. And we can’t wait for people to see it. We can’t wait for people to read it because we have high hopes that it’s gonna provide a lot of comfort to military families. Rush Revere and the American Revolution. Madison, thanks. Hang on, Mr. Snerdley needs to get an address from you, if you don’t mind.

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