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Miles from the Mainstream
D. R. ZUKERMAN, proprietor

A Sad Day for America

February 19, 2021 --

LPR is deeply saddened by the death of Rush LImbaugh to cancer, at the age of 70.  Rush was never angry, never rude to callers, never cut anyone short, and never spoke about himself at length.   

He had a wonderful sense of humor and never took himself seriously.He was a beacon of light in this dark age of what he called "drive-by" journalists. He truly wanted people to be "the best that they can be," and his weekly three-hour broadcasts did constitute a source of higher learning.

As a faithful listener to Russ for nearly 30 years, since the Clarence Thomas hearings, I can hear him say "ditto" to the following idea: that the passing of Rush leaves the naming of his successor not open to doubt.   

For more than thirty years Rush Limbaugh was the voice that  represented conservative populism across our country.  Rush gave us an identifiable figure to rally round.

Recent polls make it clear that we now have another conservative populist to rally round: private citizen Donald J. Trump.   LPR urges its visitors to spread the word:   Continue Great Conservative Populist Radio By Naming Donald J. Trump the successor to Rush on the continued Rush Limbaugh Show:  same program name, same conservative populist mindset.  

And same essential message:  MAGA