Rush Limbaugh, radio and conservative legend, has died.
Rush needs no introduction. There has not been a larger contemporary voice in conservatism, bar none, over my own lifetime. Often drawing heat from all sides, Rush had a particular brand of ridicule of the Left, and sometimes Republicans, which flawlessly highlighted the idiocy of their point of view while conveying to the world just what was on the mind of the mainstream American. While not always perfect, he understood exactly what was on the mind of Americans often left bewildered by the failures of politics.
It is an easy statement to say that websites like this one, our particular brand, would not have been made possible without his influence. Rush made conservatism mainstream and with it, talk radio. There would be no conservative talk radio much less podcasts. But the ease and precision by which he was able to deliver an argument and content made it look easy, inspiring untold thousands to give it a crack themselves, this author included.
With a heavy heart, Rush, we wish you a farewell. In your dying days, still on the radio, you spoke words of staunch encouragement, leading by example, to those committed to the greatness of this Nation to never, ever give in. Never back down. And never give up.
And Now for some news that really matters…
Instead of reading about traitorous communist that hate their country, Let’s all celebrate the life of a woman who dedicated her life to defending an ideal bigger than herself.
Semper Fi Mrs. Cole.
This Country owes you a Debt of Gratitude we will never be able to repay.
My prayers and condolences go out to the Babbit family.
She was a Patriot in the truest sense of the word who was not afraid to put it all on the line for her beliefs.
She is an inspiration to us all.
God give us the strength to not let her sacrifice be in vain!
It’s Time to for all True Patriots to Stand up to the Rising of the Communist Tide in this Country.
Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!
Good Stuff!! 👍
R.I.P. P.F.C. Thomas Frank Johnson, it has been a long road home to your final resting place.
In three days of intense fighting, more than six and a half thousand American, Japanese and Korean soldiers were killed in the Battle of Tarawa. Many bodies were never found, and a number of victims were marked as MIA, or missing in action.
One of these men, a fallen US Marine called Thomas Frank Johnson, has, at last, been identified and his remains have been repatriated to his hometown of Red Bluff, California, where his relatives still live. Johnson died on the 22nd November 1943, and in a poetic twist was buried almost exactly seventy-seven years later on the 23rd November 2020.
The Battle of Tarawa was the first serious incursion by the American military in the Central Pacific area, taking on a…
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