Posted onJuly 9, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Heather Mac Donald Explains the Deadly Cost of the Left’s Wrong-Headed Anti-Cop Ideology (Audio)
“Over the last decade, black males made up 40 percent of all cop killers, even though they’re six percent of the population. It turns out, Rush, that a police officer is 18-and-a-half times more likely to be killed by a black male than an unarmed black male is likely to be killed by a police officer.”
Writer Heather Mac Donald appeared with Rush Limbaugh on Friday and discussed the horrific murders of five Dallas police officers. It’s a very important conversation, particularly about what’s at stake: without the thin blue line of policing, civilization faces anarchy.
Her well researched new book “The War on Cops: How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe” disproves many of the left-wing claims about police misconduct.
Posted onJuly 2, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Rush Limbaugh warns of massive leftist violence if Trump elected
‘There is going to be rage. There are going to be lawsuits’
Talk-radio giant Rush Limbaugh sent out a dire warning on his most recent broadcast about the outcome of a Donald Trump win in November’s election, predicting a massive uprising on the side of the ideological left-leaners that will bring violence, mayhem and widespread calls for an election reversal.
“I think,” he said, “people are going to be shocked at the degree to which the left intends to intimidate people into reversing that result. I think they’re going to do everything they can to see to it that Trump never does get inaugurated.”
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Limbaugh said he doubted very much liberals would “sit idly by” and accept any election result that brings Trump to the White House, but rather bring on “levels of violence that we have not seen,” he said.
He also said members of the media wouldn’t likely condemn such violent displays, but rather press the American viewer to “understand” the angst of the protesters.
‘This is a fight between socialism and capitalism, freedom versus tyranny’
There’s another story here, folks, not sure how this is going to be received at the Rubio camp. “Lawmakers are flocking to support Marco Rubio’s White House campaign after former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush dropped out of the GOP race on Saturday. A slew of Republicans in Congress who previously backed Bush are moving to support Rubio as he battles GOP rivals Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Rubio’s campaign announced ahead of Tuesday’s caucus in Nevada that Sen. Dean Heller (Nev.) and Rep. Mark Amodei (Nev.) would be backing his campaign.”
And some representatives from Florida that were all Bush backers are now moving over to Rubio. Bob Dole says, “As much as I love John Kasich, you know, Rubio is probably a better candidate. And he’s young.” I guess it means Kasich isn’t, so Bob Dole on ABC — do we have this? Yeah, grab sound bite number 30. I mentioned this earlier. This is Rubio on The O’Reilly Factor last night. Answer this for yourselves, but I’m not sure that this is what on-the-fence, if there are any, conservative primary voters actually want to hear.
Posted onFebruary 12, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Limbaugh: Trump Built the ‘Coalition’ the GOP Claims to Want — Now They Are ‘Badgering,’ ‘Bashing’ It (Video)
Limbaugh continued. “Trump won men. He won women. He won every age group. He won every ideology. Liberal, conservative, moderate, Libertarian. Every group Trump won a majority of voters. He won among people who had gone to college and people who hadn’t. He won among people who only had a high school education; he won among people who did not have a high school education. He won every single age bracket.”
Wednesday on his radio show, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh argued that New Hampshire Republican primary winner Donald Trump won by building a coalition of voters that went beyond just conservatives, which is something the GOP has claimed was necessary to win elections in this era of American politics.
Limbaugh referred to exit polling as proof, noting that he had voters from every demographic and that conservatives were just a small part of this “coalition.”
“Here’s Trump running against everything going on in Washington and declaring that what’s going on in Washington is incompetent and being performed by a bunch of hacks that are only in it for themselves, and he’s put together a coalition that covers every group, demographic and otherwise, that you can think of. And among the smallest in his group is conservatives. That’s why he can win big in New Hampshire with taking not very big percentage of the conservative vote because his coalition is so big and made up of so many other different groups of people. He won only a third of the ‘very conservative’ vote. ‘Among evangelical voters, Trump and Cruz were basically tied.’ Who in the world would predict that? Who in the…? After Cruz comes and dominates Iowa and does so on the basis of evangelical voters. And Trump, you know, ‘Two Corinthians walk into a bar…’ Donald Trump, ‘Two Corinthians this,’ and, ‘The Bible? The Bible kills it, except my book.’ And yet evangelicals’ support for Trump tied with Sen. Ted Cruz in New Hampshire. This was the scale of Trump’s win.”
Posted onJanuary 29, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Limbaugh scorches Fox News in debate dispute with Trump
Rush: Network ‘acting as if they had been jilted at the altar’
In the wake of Donald Trump’s refusal to be part of Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate on the Fox News Channel, radio host Rush Limbaugh says the popular cable network is acting like a bride whose groom had just fled the church on their wedding day.
“Fox News was acting as if they had been jilted at the altar,” Limbaugh said on his national broadcast Wednesday.
“Donald Trump knows that by not showing up, he’s owning the entire event. Some guy not even present will end up owning the entire event. And the proof of that is Fox News last night.”
The network went into spin mode, with analysts discussing what a mistake it was for Trump to not participate in the debate. Limbaugh felt Fox’s reaction was astonishing.
“Don’t devote the rest of the night to how a candidate’s not showing up because of you, I mean the network,” he said. “It’s very hard for me to say here. I’m stunned watching this because everybody that’s involved has to know this is exactly one of the things Trump is hoping to achieve.”
Posted onJanuary 22, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Limbaugh: ‘Nationalism And Populism Have Overtaken Conservatism’ In GOP (Video)
Nationalism and populism have overtaken conservatism in terms of appeal.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said Wednesday that Trump’s popularity is evidence that “nationalism and populism have overtaken conservatism” in the Republican Party
“The Trump triumph — the Trump coalition — is exposing the fact that it isn’t conservative orthodoxy, or conservatism or any of the hard work of the conservative elite,” explained Limbaugh, “that is causing people to be conservative.”
Limbaugh: ‘When they’re looting and rioting in Baltimore, St. Louis, stand back’
Radio host Rush Limbaugh ripped media coverage of a new NBC poll showing white people to be the “angriest” Americans.
The conservative media star said predominantly white groups are held to a different standard when they appear upset with government overreach, societal trends and injustice.
“There’s no reason whatsoever white people should ever be mad. And if you are, there’s something wrong with you and we’re gonna get to the bottom of it and probably find out you listen to talk radio,” Limbaugh said Tuesday.
“But when they’re looting and rioting in Baltimore, St. Louis, stand back. When they’re blowing up the World Trade Center we’re supposed to stand back and understand the rage and ask ourselves what are we doing that makes them so mad. But not when white people get mad. When white people get mad we condemn talk radio, we condemn white people and so forth. Very, very inconsistent.”
“And now the Republicans have the largest number of seats in the House they’ve had in Congress since the Civil War,” he said. “And it hasn’t made any difference at all. It is as though Nancy Pelosi is still running the House and Harry Reid is still running the Senate. ‘Betrayed’ is not even the word here. What has happened here is worse than betrayal. Betrayal is pretty bad, but it’s worse than that.”
Blasting the Republican-led Congress over a $1.1 trillion omnibus bill that, among other things, fully funds Planned Parenthood and has the White House declaring victory yet again on fiscal fronts, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said Thursday that the GOP should be disbanded.
“There is no Republican Party!” Limbaugh said. “You know, we don’t even need a Republican Party if they’re gonna do this. You know, just elect Democrats, disband the Republican Party, and let the Democrats run it, because that’s what’s happening anyway.”
Limbaugh recounted how American voters “showed up in record numbers” and “defeated Democrats down the ballot” in order to get Republicans to stop runaway spending and President Barack Obama’s agenda.
Posted onNovember 22, 2015byifnm|Comments Off on Graphic Quotes: Rush Limbaugh on Obama Bashing the American People
“Putin does not ridicule or bash his people. The French president doesn’t ridicule or bash his people. No other world leader ridicules or bashes their own people… except for the American tyrant. Ever notice that?” Rush Limbaugh
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Posted onOctober 22, 2015byifnm|Comments Off on Rush: Dems Are Using LEGAL Immigration To ‘Change The Demographics’ Of Red States (Video)
“They craft ways to overcome their defeats outside the electoral process. Amnesty, increased legal immigration is one of those techniques. The Democrat plan is to change the demographics of the voters in these states that are run by Republicans. That’s how they’re doing it.”
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said Tuesday that Democrats are using increased legal immigration to change voter demographics to overcome their electoral defeats.
“What do you think executive amnesty is?” Limbaugh said. “It’s many things. It’s of course Democrat voter registration. It is fundamentally changing the culture of the United States. There’s no question. But it’s also a way of overcoming Republican control in these states.
“So amnesty and increased immigration is the way the Democrats are going to overcome the Republican electorate,” he continued. “That’s what’s so damned important about stopping it.”
Jan 20, 2016– The inaugural lecture of the School of Public Policy’s Wilburn Distinguished Lecture Series on Politics and Policy featured British historian and biographer Andrew Roberts. Roberts spoke about his most recent book Napoleon the Great (the American edition is titled Napoleon: A Life), which was awarded the 2015 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for best biography.