BRETT: Kathryn's going to join us tomorrow to share details about the private family gathering remembering Rush, as he was laid to rest in St. Louis this past Wednesday.
KATHRYN: If Rush were standing here right now, I know he would say to all of you, "It is not time to panic. Just the opposite. America is still the shining city on a hill, and our best days are ahead."
PRESIDENT TRUMP: I also want to pay my love and respect to the great Rush Limbaugh, who is watching closely and smiling down on us.
BRETT: There were huge, huge applause lines aplenty with the different topics and challenges that President Trump was placing out there for the audience on that Sunday afternoon speech.
CALLER: I was at that point in my life where I didn't know what the heck to do. But I just kept hearing Rush multiple times a day and over a period of several days say, "Keep the faith, keep the faith."
BRETT: President Trump mentioned many of those issues with the border policy in his CPAC speech.
BRETT: We'd always love to observe more about Rush's family back in Cape Girardeau as well. What's the story there? What happened there?
BRETT: Rush never wavered in his beliefs. He's always been consistent, as this example from an interview he did with Charlie Rose three decades ago demonstrates.
Brett Winterble guided today's tribute to America's Anchorman. Check out Brett's Stack of Stuff.