RUSH: This is absurd! So two months after Trump pulls out of Paris Agreement, some wacko from Berkeley comparing climate data temperatures and suicides concludes that there's a link between farmer suicides in India to climate change and Trump pulling out of the Paris Agreement. And the Washington Post makes a serious news story out of it!
RUSH: Oh, so now we're gonna compare climate change to gay rights, which is also comparable to civil rights. Algore's dad was a segregationist, wasn't he? Algore's dad, Southern Democrat, along with J. William Fulbright? These guys were opposed to the Civil Rights Act.
RUSH: Can you cite for me anywhere in the world where a noncapitalist form of government has created wealth and plenty for the majority of the population? Or the opportunity for wealth and plenty. Can you cite for me that country where it exists?
RUSH: These people are still trying to tell themselves that they didn't lose the election; that Trump, yeah, he won it, but it's not because of them. It's the Russians! It's collusion. It's anything but them. It's not the Democrat Party's policies. It wasn't the fact that Obama was unpopular, wasn't any of that. No, no, no! It's got to be something else.
RUSH: Before we sat down and had dinner, Trump gave us a tour of the White House and the residence.
RUSH: The people who are benefiting from this massive run-up in the stock market are actually people that did not vote for Trump and do not support Trump. Just a little dichotomy. It's an interesting thing… This massive expansion of the stock market — do not doubt me — much of it is rooted in the belief that there will be significant corporate and capital gains tax reform.
RUSH: The Democrats and the media are having a daily conniption fit. They are beside themselves today because Trump's immigration program is merit-based, English language is preferred, exactly like Canada has, by the way, exactly like New Zealand and Australia and many other countries that the left hail as enlightened.
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.