RUSH: It turns out that President Trump had a second secret meeting with Putin at the G20 summit in Hamburg, during dinner.
RUSH: Did you see where Oregon has just passed the only bike-specific tax in the country?
RUSH: One of the great points Professor Hazlett makes in his book, The Political Spectrum — if net neutrality as it is advocated today, had been in place in 2007, the iPhone would not have been permitted. It would have been portrayed as unfair competition.
RUSH: President Trump gave a little speech before the luncheon that he had with GOP senators up at the White House, and this is so long overdue.
RUSH: For you iPad and iPhone owners — and if you own a watch or Apple TV — Apple has just upgraded the operating system to 10.3.3.
CALLER: I'm a United States Marine Corps veteran. I served under Reagan. My son is serving in the Air Force under Trump. I've been watching and listening to politics since I was 15, and what I've began to see is something you've been hitting on, and I think you're right about it… I really believe that we need to get on the phones. We, the people, have a voice, not just every four years. We have a voice. We have to get up and start talking, start saying no. You Democrats keep this up, you Republicans who are really Democrats 'cause you're all just progressives, cut it out or get out.
RUSH: It doesn't matter who the Russians are, it's a crime to talk to 'em. And if you're Trump and you have a 10-minute sidebar at the dinner table, it gets blown up into a secret two-hour meeting.
RUSH: I knew when Zuckerberg did this that it wasn’t just something he thought of the night before and decided to mention in the speech. I knew it was a campaign. It’s what the left does. They come up with campaigns. They strategize these things months, years in advance. Zuckerberg was the rollout of it. The next aspect of the rollout is today in the San Francisco Chronicle.
RUSH: When you accurately explain what's bad about cable and why they dislike it; then say, "It's the same thing that's going on in health care. They're making you buy things you don't need and would never buy on your own," it had to click.
RUSH: There's controversy about the post office today, two things. It has been learned that the post office employees, many of them, were doing everything they could to help Hillary Clinton get elected. Details on that upcoming. And now we've also learned that the post office has been subsidizing every package Amazon sends through the post office by $1.46 a package.
RUSH: It has never been about Trump unifying the Republican Party in order to beat the Democrats, and that's been the mistake. That's not the fight here. The fight is not Republican versus Democrat. The fight is Donald Trump and his cadre and you, the Trump base, versus the Washington establishment.
RUSH: NPR, the NPR audience, and all of the rest of the Drive-By Media think Trump is the problem… So they ventured out to conservative media hoping to hear that message, but they didn't. They found that in conservative media led by this program that the problem continues to be the Republicans in the Senate, and they're not particularly happy about that. They want everybody who supports Trump to turn on him.
RUSH: No longer is this just gonna be a long list of stories that I might mention on the program. Now, you will get specifically the stories that I talk about on the program and a select list of a few others that I intended to get to but ran out of time. It's going to be more of a real-time base feature rather than just a generic list of places that I go to prep the show.