RUSH: Here's Anna, San Pedro, California. Great to have you on the program. Hi.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. It's an honor to talk to you. I am so nervous right now, I just want to cry that I am able to talk to you. God bless you.
RUSH: Well, thank you. You don't sound nervous at all.
CALLER: I bought your book for my 6-month-old grandson for Christmas. People are thinking I'm crazy. "Six-month-olds cannot read!" But I thought when he grows up he'd be able to read it. I enjoy the book a lot, and I'm looking forward for any book you write for the kids. I'm the first on the line to buy.
RUSH: Well, God bless you. You've made my day. You know, I'm so gratified. Don't listen to these people that tell you that. Your grandson's gonna be able to read someday, and, if this is something you want him to read, more power to you.
CALLER: I already did, and I enjoy it very much. I mean, every morning after I have my coffee, I read one chapter, one chapter. I finish it now. When I go Northern California for Christmas, that's going to be one of my gifts to my grandson.
RUSH: Well, you know what? I want you to hang on, Anna, because I want to send you a couple of audio versions of the book by Federal Express. If you hang on, Mr. Snerdley will get your address, and we'll send those out because your grandson can listen to it before he'll be able to read it. We'll double dose him on this. That'll be a great way -- and I read it, so it has added value for your grandson.
Now, I got greatest e-mail.
William Bradford got a fan mail letter at the website, and this guy writing, he didn't know about William Bradford. He got out of high school 10 years ago. He didn't know about William Bradford. He wasn't taught about William Bradford and the Pilgrims. This guy who wrote this letter, he is in such admiration of William Bradford and what he did. He sent us an e-mail that's a fan letter to William Bradford of the Pilgrims. I can't tell you, the mail we're getting is so gratifying, folks. A guy 10 years out of high school, who was not told about William Bradford, and he feels like he's learned something crucially important.
It made my day.
It just did.