RUSH: Open Line Friday. It’s Cody? Portland, Oregon. Welcome, sir. Great to have you here. Hi.
CALLER: Hey, thank you, Rush. How are you doing?
RUSH: I’m very well, sir. Thank you.
CALLER: Good. I’m just calling to let you know that back in October you sent me your books, the children’s books. I have two daughters, 3 and 5, and you told me to kind of try it out and see if they like it because they were younger. But I just wanted to call and let you know that they absolutely enjoy them. My daughter, who’s 3, you sent the horse Liberty.
CALLER: She just loves that horse, sleeps with it, loves holding it while we read the books and just wanted to say thank you for that.
RUSH: Well, thank you for calling to say so.
CALLER: Yeah, yeah, no problem.
RUSH: I’m flattered you went to the trouble to get through here. It takes a while. I’ve been on hold for I guess some time. So thank you very much. I’m gratified. Three and 5 is a little beneath the target age-group which makes it even better.
RUSH: What all did we send you?
CALLER: You sent The Brave Pilgrims, I think it was right before the last one came out. So there was four of them. You sent the four with the plush Liberty doll.
RUSH: Well, great. Well, I… Look, Cody, I really appreciate it. Those books are a project unto themselves. I’ll tell you what it is. It’s all about trying to teach the truth of American history before college professors, even high school get hold of these kids. I mean, you look at Bernie Sanders support. Honest, folks, a lot of his support is Millennials, young people who are… I mean, they’re openly socialist. They’ll tell you. They know what socialism is, and they like it. How can that be? And I had a story last week. I did not get to it in very much detail, but they’re being taught it. They’re being taught it. It’s not that they’re being entrapped or fooled. They’re openly embracing it. And that’s not good. It’s just not good. So, Cody, thanks. Make sure they keep reading those books as they get older. I thank you so much for the call.