KATHRYN: It's been huge. We've received many, many nominations over these last weeks. The response has been quite overwhelming and wonderful at the same time.
KATHRYN: We have picked a winner for this week, which will be the second Rush Limbaugh Great American Business Award, and that recipient will be receiving, one, the award, but also a $25,000 grant.
KATHRYN: We really just took a look back at his life through the eyes of his friends and family and people that he worked with, and it was wonderful.
BRETT: We're getting this news that came through the overnight hours at the FedEx facility near the Indianapolis airport… Let's just listen to Rush, in his own words, describe what America is all about.
BRETT: Rush understood what was going on against the backdrop of these riots. He said these riots are an offshoot of the Democrat Party.
BRETT: Here's what Rush had to say about the Democrats redefining the packing of the court.
BRETT: What we're starting to see here is a real groundswell of activism at the state level.
CALLER: I learned to listen to Rush from my father back in the '90s, and my father would carry the radio around, listen to Rush.
BRETT: There are all-new approaches towards woke and wokeness. Rush broke this down beautifully with Barack and Michelle Obama on wokeness and whiteness.