RUSH: The regime -- I can't believe this -- the regime has publicly announced that the Norks have nukes, and the regime is admitting they have been blindsided by this. They admitted that they were surprised that the North Koreans have nukes. What? I thought everybody knew, or suspected at least strongly enough to act on the assumption, that they did have nukes.
RUSH: There are further developments on the bugging of Mitch McConnell's office. It's now being recognized that the stuff we heard yesterday about a couple of innocent little Democrat activists hanging around in the hallway overhearing the conversation, that's now no longer operative and it has been acknowledged that what they did was under the table, not aboveboard, illegal. They may be reluctant to use the word "illegal."
RUSH: The New York Times is doing everything it can to bring pressure on every major league sport to go ahead and announce all the participants who are gay, just get 'em to come out. The New York Times is on this mission to get this to happen. Why? Well, the New York Times gay agenda, I mean, they've been leading the gay political agenda for the longest time. Why do they want gay marriage? Why do they want anything? They're tired of living in the shadows.
RUSH: "Sen. Mark Kirk says the real driving force behind the gun deal that was hatched by bipartisan work was booze and boat retreats. The Illinois Republican said to reporters that visits to the Black Tie, a yacht owned by Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin, played a large role in the Democratic-Republican come-together over background checks and other legislation related to gun control, Roll Call reported. 'You guys really ought to go out to National Harbor and see the Black Tie, which has been much of the reason for much of the bipartisan cooperation around here,' he said, as quoted in Roll Call. Frequent visitors to the luxury vessel: Democrat Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Mr. Kirk said."
So booze and boat parties helped the Democrats and Republicans come together on gun control.