KEN: Rush will be honored at CPAC. He will be inducted into the Conservative Hall of Fame.
KEN: A great example of Rush explaining how wonderful you are as Americans and why it's so important to keep teaching how great the foundation of America was and continues to be.
KEN: God bless you, Sarah, and thank you for calling. I know that right now Rush Limbaugh enjoyed that, and he's probably laughing and having a good time.
KEN: The Rush Revere set is something you can hand down to your great-great-great-grandkids.
KEN: You know how it works. If you have a different opinion about why weather events occur, then you must be an enemy of the state.
KEN: Rush, for years, he's said how young people are more prone to a liberal ideology, and his explanation is brilliant.
CALLER: What I want to call about is the first time I ever heard of Rush Limbaugh.
CALLER: You talked in the first hour about anticipating what Rush would say about certain events…
KEN: An Underground Railroad of freedom that went through the front of her store where common sense-thinking Americans can go and listen. I just love that concept of a Rush Room.
KEN: Rush listeners for years have incredible memory recall, because the things Rush said, they're not only insightful and funny, but they're memorable.
KEN: He used to talk about college all the time, and I liked the way he framed it.
Ken Matthews guided us through today's celebration of Rush.