KATHRYN: I've always said Rush is just shy of a president, in my opinion. And we did a funeral that was very worthy of him. So we concentrated a lot on tradition and ceremony at every turn.
KATHRYN: It was an absolutely gorgeous day, slightly chilly, but nothing like the snow that Missouri had a few days prior. The sun was shining brightly and the really crisp air.
TODD: We had a huge overwhelming demand from the audience to find an actual clip of that show; so the EIB Network team dug into the archives.
TODD: Biden said that Mexico and the United States are "equal," and — if we are equal — why are millions of Mexicans filing into this country to become Americans?
TODD: Rush discussed his relationship with Mr. Buckley on many occasions.
TODD: Over the years there have been a few callers who in fact have become famous in Limbaugh lore. Mick from the High Mountains of New Mexico was one of them.
TODD: Rush Limbaugh told us that saving the country was gonna be about more than one election, and he also predicted there wouldn't be any unity.
CALLER: He truly went out with his boots on, fighting for freedom until the last very minute.
TODD: He characterized Andrew Cuomo's arrogance during a press conference as, "I'm the governor and you're not," and, like countless jokes Rush made, it came true instantly.
TODD: One of the innovations of the Rush Limbaugh Show in the early years was the update theme, and when Rush would play a song parody which introduced a discussion of the various issues.
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