RUSH: Lily Eskelsen Garcia, president of the National Education Association, says that Donald Trump is scaring children across the country to tears.
RUSH: I think California's a beautiful state. It's a shame that the people that run it run it. But even with that — you put that out of your mind as often as you can — I always have a great time when I'm out here.
RUSH: It's glaring how many empty seats there are in way too many NFL stadiums.
RUSH: Our blowtorch affiliate in St. Louis is the great KMOX, and we have not been carried today in St. Louis because Ferguson 2.0 might be happening.
RUSH: I have yet to meet somebody that's genuinely conservative who wants to become a bureaucrat, who wants to become an invisible person working in the government advancing the conservative agenda. They want to work in the private sector. Government is not a focus of their lives. It is for people on the left, and over all this time there are career people at every bureaucracy in the tens of thousands.
RUSH: She still finds it necessary to appeal to aggrieved women who have been taught that every man is a predator and not to be trusted.
Big College Has Bankrupted Millennials — Meanwhile 40% of Americans Don’t Know the Purpose of the First Amendment
RUSH: When it comes to education, everybody is different and everybody has different interests. I would never say don't go to college. I believe education is key. My worry is that we have so many people educated that haven't been taught anything.
RUSH: What's your reaction when you hear there is no country in the world that permits children from foreign countries to legally become citizens after illegally coming to the country? Not a single country in the world. And yet that's what we're talking about.
RUSH: Ben Shapiro, 33 years old, is a brilliant young man, brilliant conservative. He is a Harvard graduate. But he is a thoroughbred conservative and can explain it.
RUSH: People have been asking me, "Are you gonna get one?" Well, yes, of course, but this is the first year that I'm not dying to have it.
RUSH: Am I gonna get any credit for inspiring this idea? Am I gonna get any credit for being on the side of the women who do this? Am I gonna get any credit for suggesting this course of action? No. That's why I played the audio sound bite, so that you would know that I was at the forefront of this. Therefore — next time you hear that I'm anti-female, anti-woman or whatever — you remember this.
RUSH: This woman is purportedly the Smartest Woman in the World, the Smartest Woman in America, eminently qualified to be president. The border of South Korea is not "within miles" of the border of North Korea. South Korea IS the border! North Korea and South Korea are on the same peninsula. There's just a line drawn there on a map.
RUSH: Vince was Mitch Rapp. He would never tell you that, but in terms of appearance, the guy was just one of the greatest looking guys ever, and he could have been Mitch Rapp.
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.