RUSH: The minimum wage is hastening the use of technology. Plain and simple. You'll notice the minimum wage increase is not resulting in people at McDonald's being paid more, is it? It's resulting in people at McDonald's losing their jobs to robots.
RUSH: This is Bernie's first network TV interview since these two attempted murders. It was also the first Bernie appearance since it has been learned that Bernie and his wife are being investigated by the FBI for bank fraud. Have you even heard about that?
RUSH: Subheadline: Donald Trump is doing what Barack Obama never would. Unemployment among black Americans ages 16 years and over fell to 7.5% in May, its lowest level since December 2000.
RUSH: When it comes to Mueller, if the public continues to tire on this, and if the public continues to think that all of this is distracting everybody from things that really matter to the American people that live outside of Washington, it doesn't matter what Mueller comes up with; he's just gonna be seen as a continuation of all of this. Well, unless he comes up with the golden bullet, but I don't think it exists. It would have been heard of by now.
RUSH: The Drive-Bys are holding on to the last shred of hope because, folks, they cannot stand Trump winning. They just can’t. And Trump is doing a lot of that lately, either in truth or in perception. And of course in Washington, perception is reality.
RUSH: The Supreme Court, ladies and gentlemen, has upheld Trump's travel ban and has reinstated it. To me this is an example of how silly and stupid we have been since Trump was — not us. There has been no question that Trump was totally constitutionally within his rights to issue this travel ban.
RUSH: There has been a weekend to digest this Washington Post story on Obama and Russia, and I had a sense with this story being published that something's turning. Something's shifting with the momentum, if you will. The left seems to be losing some of their momentum.
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.
RUSH: After the Republican Senate released their bill to repeal Obamacare, Barack Obama posted a long essay on Facebook. Typical of Obama, it was full of “intellectual” flowery rhetoric and BS.
RUSH: I like your optimism on things. Hey, he went to a Trump rally. He goes to a Trump rally, he sees all these people, including teenagers, and look what he thinks when he comes out of it. That's good!
CALLER: It may be individuals such as myself that explain why the polls are often wrong.
RUSH: The argument is: Do we want to save Pelosi or do we want to let Democrat nature take its course? And it all comes down to what will help us advance our agenda.
RUSH: No, it doesn't surprise me. This is the point. It may surprise a lot of people. I listen to what Democrats say. I know them better than they know themselves.
RUSH: Susan Hendricks… This is a position she took that would seem to be at odds with what they want at CNN.
RUSH: There hasn't been a Republican candidate since Ronald Reagan that has this deep and direct connection with whatever you want to call 'em — voters, supporters, the base.
RUSH: I think Brees is really treated favorably by media. I don't think you have to worry about him being mistreated or given short shrift by it. But I understand your concern. You think he's much better than what he's given credit for.
RUSH: The operative word is "mean." Every Democrat and media person out there is talking about how "mean" it is.
RUSH: So you want to come together, right? Find the common ground? Sounds wonderful. Where is the common ground between communists and Americans, communists and capitalists? Where's common ground? Where's common ground between pro-life and pro-abortion? Where is this common ground? There isn't any, is there?"
RUSH: I don’t know what has happened to Professor Dershowitz, but whatever it is, I like it. I’ve always admired Professor Dershowitz, from the first time I met him in 1989. It was in a hallway at the New York radio station where the EIB Network was temporarily headquartered.
RUSH: I saw this, it just brought a smile to my face.