RUSH: I mentioned the other day we’re hearing reports that Donald Trump’s wall is a laughingstock among the Republican establishment. They say it's never gonna be built. Meanwhile, another story is unfolding.
RUSH: People are getting a little nervous. The wall's a signature promise. If it keeps being put off, it's gonna be a problem, and Trump's trying to assure them they've got nothing there to worry about.
RUSH: Trump has a huge, huge wall of opposition that he is up against each and every day that's trying to stop him, destroy him.
RUSH: Don't doubt me on this, folks. I speak with great experiences on this from my days with the Kansas City Royals. The thinking in the executive suites at all the teams, the owners, is, "If our league is gonna get booed, we would much rather have it be the commissioner than any of our players."
RUSH: You see what Texas is doing with sanctuary cities? Folks, this is magnificent.
RUSH: You'll note the people who really succeed and stand out and go great guns are those who don't care what the people they don't know think about them.
RUSH: Where's Trump on this? For crying out loud, Trump's elected president. Trump's got a mandate. This was clearly part of it, like building the wall. Like any number of other things, repealing and replacing Obamacare was mentioned at every rally, so why doesn't the president go in there and tell them what-for?
CALLER: What I wanted to tell you and to share with you is that recently in a Bible devotion that I was reading, I came across the meaning of the word "rush," and it is a Hebrew and Aramaic word, "rush," that means "spirit, breath, or wind." And this word is actually used extensively in the Old Testament to describe the Spirit of God.
RUSH: It's very simple. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, made to order, put your mouth where your policy is. Suggest a 90% tax on all speech income over $50,000. Don't hold your breath, folks, it will never happen.
RUSH: If ESPN wants to bring politics back — and if they want to do it right and if they want to win with it — they should ask me how to do it.
RUSH: The applause throughout Reagan's speech to the NRA in 1983 was never ending.
RUSH: Oh! Have you ever heard about what's going on at Yale? Folks, Yale students have unionized and are conducting a hunger strike where they can eat. And they're being applauded as courageous and valorous. Tweets galore saying even though they can eat, this is commitment, this is serious.
RUSH: Number 10 best job list, speech pathologist. How many of you out there planning your futures right now, how many of you parents, little Johnny, little Susie running around the house, eight, nine years old, "Little Johnny, what do you want to be when you grow up?" "Mommy, Mommy, I want to be a speech pathologist. I can't wait."
RUSH: Even though this is hilarious and uproariously funny, it still is a very, very wide open window into the soul and the mind-set of the American media, the American left.
RUSH: No longer is this just gonna be a long list of stories that I might mention on the program. Now, you will get specifically the stories that I talk about on the program and a select list of a few others that I intended to get to but ran out of time. It's going to be more of a real-time base feature rather than just a generic list of places that I go to prep the show.