RUSH: Saturday is Earth Day, the highest “high holy day” for environmentalist wackos all over the world. In addition to the usual kooks who always show up at Earth Day events – this year there will be geeks.
RUSH: Why aren't the CIA and the FBI looking at the Russians here again instead of some lone leaker?
RUSH: You know that a place like Mike's Cigars in Miami Beach has to be a great little cigar place. It just has to. It's probably been there since Fidel, I'm guessing.
Lindsey Grahamnesty Becomes Trump Fanboy on Syria and Iran, as Administration Signals Possible Deals on Health Care and Tax Cuts
RUSH: If Trump and the Republicans get their health care reform and they get it right, and then if they move on to tax reform, it is over for 2018 and 2020 for the Democrats. It may be over for them already.
RUSH: I want to explore this further with you about some things that we have learned both in the Census and other data about Millennial women. I want to see if it applies to you.
RUSH: You are one of many people who have given me feedback that my reading and interpretation of that piece by Daniel Greenfield was of profound enlightenment to them. It was a great piece because it did cast all of this in a different light. It's not just left-versus-right politics, and it's not the Democrats that are running this show. It's the media, the entire left-wing apparatus of which the Democrat Party has now just become an arm of it.
RUSH: These reporters knew everything being written about this campaign was wrong. They knew the polling data was wrong. They knew that all these glowing stories about Podesta and Mook and Jen Psaki and all these other people being the best and the brightest, they knew that this campaign was an embarrassing joke, and they didn't say a word so they could personally profit from it. This is a betrayal.
RUSH: He announced an investigation into the impact of steel imports on national security.
RUSH: When I said that it was not a good thing that more women now have college degrees than men, I knew there was gonna be blowback, and you know why there's blowback?
RUSH: The census has some new information out here, and it gets even more intriguing and curious and fascinating and puzzling about our dear Millennial generation. The upshot of the data released recently is that more Americans 18 to 34 — are you ready for this? — more Americans 18 to 34 now live with their parents than with a spouse.