TODD: In just about two weeks, the EIB Network will welcome two cohosts at this time of day. You'll meet and get to know Clay Travis and Buck Sexton.
DAVID: Who could be deaf and be a radio host? And he overcame that. He overcame addiction. He overcame all the obstacles that were placed in front of him.
TODD: Rush recalled his trip to Omaha Beach and his feelings in person, the sobering reality of what young men put themselves through to save the world.
TODD: Rush warned about this for years.
TODD: As you would imagine, America's Truth Detector, Rush Limbaugh was never fooled about the true nature of Black Lives Matter, Inc. and Antifa.
TODD: TODD: Rush spoke freely for a living — a really good one, God bless him — and we must speak freely.
TODD: It would have thrilled the Maha, and Rush would have been so anxious to discuss this with us. He loved technology. He loved aeronautics.
TODD: Today's EIB High Note is about Petty Officer Third Class Donald Helfer
TODD: If you're a long-time listener, you know that Rush was a DJ before a radio talk show host.
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