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.
TODD: So wouldn’t you know this? Rush has moved on to heaven, and still liberals and statists are just beside themselves.
TODD: They want to put the guy back in charge who negotiated, "No, no. We'll bring 'em cash on pallets. We'll bring you cash." That's not negotiation. That's paying off terrorists.
TODD: Rush, of course, loved the game of golf. And Tiger Woods, our prayers for him, was in a serious accident, and I hope he will recover from this.
TODD: Rush Limbaugh gave us the most understandable and durable explanation of what the deep state is and who it is — and, of course, Rush was on to Tony Fauci.
TODD: Rush once told us why libs flock to podcasting, and he was of course right on the money.
TODD: Dang it… I said I wasn't gonna get emotional today, but now I'm picturing Rush and his parents in heaven.
TODD: That's our friend, Rush, taking the complex, not just making it understandable, but giving us hints on how we can help our fence-leaning friends understand it.
TODD: Let's do this now, my brother. Let's together say, "Mega prayers, Rush, and we hope you're enjoying heaven."
CALLER: I want to show some light on how he's actually changed my life and I believe so many others.
TODD: Rush loved tweaking the media. He loved driving them nuts.
TODD: For Democrats all that matters is good intentions, and that is how leftist regimes survive.
TODD: People who didn't know, they didn't know. They didn't care to know. They didn't care to know how much optimism Rush had.
TODD: That's such a delicious memory. I remember there was a Rush Room in Seattle, place called The General's Barbecue.
Todd Herman hosted a celebration of America's Anchorman. Read stories about our beloved host.
BRETT: We got up every day, we went to the show, we had a lot of fun, we laughed and laughed and were amazed on a consistent basis by the performance.