iHeart Radio is nearly bankrupt. No fat contract renewal for Rush?
Chicago is now trying to drop him, and Indiana just sent him to the tall cornfields.
Rush is on his way out. It's only a question of when.
Media Matters' Angelo Carusone and Holland Cooke joined Ed Schultz to discuss the decline of advertising dollars on right wing hate radio.
No wonder he's sending out his attack dogs.
Now there's a match made in someplace very warm: Ex-Police Chief Mark Kessler and noted radio hate-talker Pete Santilli will now be doing a radio show together.
Rush Limbaugh continues his assault on President Obama by saying he hates America. It's his usual narrative -- he's been saying this for quite awhile, really -- but it's still sickening. Limbaugh: Don't tell me he loves the country, folks,
Newstalgia Reference Room - Running Afoul of the Airwaves. The censure of Father Coughlin by the Catholic Church on December 12, 1938.
Michael Moore Discusses Receiving Death Threats After Speaking Out Against Iraq Invasion At Academy Awards In 2003
From C-SPAN's in Depth on Book TV, author and documentary maker Michael Moore recalls his account of speaking out against the invasion of Iraq during the 2003 Academy Awards and the subsequent death threats he received, egged on by right wing radio
Neil Boortz went on a rant over crime in Atlanta and managed to completely lose his cookies. The end is particularly debased. BOORTZ: You know what? I, for one, am tired of putting up with this crap. And you want to know why I moved out of
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