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David Limbaugh
David Scott Limbaugh (born December 11, 1952) is a conservative American political commentator and author. He has also worked as a professor and as a lawyer
Apr 21st 2017



Rush Limbaugh
On December 17, 1993, Limbaugh appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman. Limbaugh also guest-starred (as himself) on a 1994 episode of Hearts Afire
May 16th 2017



Rush Limbaugh–Sandra Fluke controversy
The Rush LimbaughSandra Fluke controversy (/ˈlɪmbɔː/, /flʊk/) began on February 29, 2012, when American conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh's remarks
Mar 28th 2017



The Rush Limbaugh Show
The Rush Limbaugh Show (also called The Rush Limbaugh Program) is a conservative American talk radio show hosted by Rush Limbaugh on Premiere Networks
May 9th 2017



Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr.
Limbaugh Sr., and a cousin of prominent political commentators Rush and David Limbaugh. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1973 from Southern Methodist
Apr 8th 2017



Rush Limbaugh Sr.
commentator Rush H. Limbaugh III and attorney and political commentator David Limbaugh. In 2007, a new federal courthouse located in Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Oct 11th 2016



Limbaugh family
American political commentator and host of The Rush Limbaugh Show. David Limbaugh (b. 1952), American political commentator and author. Sons of Stephen
Apr 10th 2017



Dave Checketts
David W. Checketts (born 1956) is an American businessman. Checketts is the founder and chairman of SCP Worldwide. He also sits on the board of JetBlue
Feb 18th 2017



Paul Shanklin
Paul Shanklin (born 1962 in Memphis, Tennessee[citation needed]) is an American conservative political satirist, impressionist, comedian, and conservative
Feb 4th 2016



Excellence in Broadcasting
"Excellence in Broadcasting" is the second episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United
Apr 23rd 2017



The Pat Sajak Show
The-Pat-Sajak-ShowThe Pat Sajak Show is an American late-night television talk show which aired on CBS from January 9, 1989 to April 13, 1990. The show was hosted by Pat
Feb 13th 2017



James Golden (radio personality)
James Golden, under the pseudonym "Bo Snerdley," serves as call screener, producer, and engineer for the syndicated Rush Limbaugh radio talk show. Since
Mar 7th 2017



101 People Who Are Really Screwing America
101 People Who Are Really Screwing America (and Bernard Goldberg is only #73) is a non-fiction book by Jack Huberman. It was published in 2006 by Nation
Mar 28th 2017



David Gold (talk radio host)
For other people with the same name, see GoldGold David Gold. GoldGold David Gold is an American conservative talk radio host. Gold, who has been a talk radio host since
Jul 25th 2016



William M. Bunn
William Malcolm Bunn (January 1, 1842 – September 19, 1923) was an American newspaperman and Governor of Idaho Territory from 1884 to 1885. He began his
Oct 29th 2016



List of Governors of Idaho
The-GovernorThe Governor of Idaho is the head of the executive branch of Idaho's state government and commander-in-chief of the state's military forces. The governor
May 17th 2017



The David Pakman Show
The David Pakman Show (TDPS), originally Midweek Politics with David Pakman, is a multi-platform politics and news talk show currently airing on television
May 19th 2017



George Frederick Bollinger
George Frederick Bollinger (1770–1842) was born in Tryon County, North Carolina. Both Bollinger County, Missouri and Fredericktown, Missouri are named
Jul 15th 2016



Mason Brayman
Mason Brayman (May 23, 1813 – February 27, 1895) was an American attorney, newspaperman, and military officer. During his service to the Union Army during
May 2nd 2017



Michael Moore Is a Big Fat Stupid White Man
Michael Moore Is a Big Fat Stupid White Man is a book by David T. Hardy and Jason Clarke about author and filmmaker Michael Moore, criticizing him and
Feb 10th 2017



KEIB
KEIB (1150 AM) is a radio station licensed to Los Angeles, California, and serving Greater Los Angeles. Owned by iHeartMedia (formerly Clear Channel Communications
May 17th 2017



Conservative talk radio
Conservative talk radio (or right talk) is a talk radio format in the United States and other countries devoted to expressing conservative viewpoints of
May 1st 2017



Republican National Committee chairmanship election, 2009
1999 ← Republican Party chairmanship election, 2009 → 2011 January 20, 2009 The 2009 Republican National Committee chairmanship
Feb 25th 2017



Conservative Chronicle
on world events and politics from a conservative point of view. From David Limbaugh to Phyllis Schafly, Ann Coulter and George Will, the Conservative Chronicle
Apr 16th 2014



KBOI (AM)
For the FM radio station in Boise which formerly used the KBOI callsign, see KQFC. For television station in Boise, Idaho, see KBOI-TV. KBOI is a commercial
Mar 27th 2016



Edward A. Stevenson
For the New York politician, see Edward A. Stevenson, Sr. Edward Augustus Stevenson (June 15, 1831 – July 6, 1895) was an American politician who was Governor
Feb 24th 2017



Media Matters for America
Media Matters for America (MMfA) is a politically progressive media watchdog in the United States. The organization has a stated mission of "comprehensively
Apr 12th 2017



WDWS
WDWS (1400 kHz AM) is a news-talk radio station in Champaign, Illinois. The station operates at 1 kW of power, and is owned by Professional Impressions
May 1st 2016



Conservative Victory
Hannity's first publication in six years. It was principally edited by David Limbaugh. It became Hannity's third New York Times Bestseller, reaching number
Feb 23rd 2017



Fox-y Lady
"Fox-y Lady" (stylized as "FOX-y Lady") is the tenth episode in the seventh season of the American animated television series Family Guy. It premiered
Mar 19th 2017



KGNC
KGNC is a radio broadcast service in Amarillo, Texas, United States. It operates KGNC (710 AM) and KGNC-FM (97.9 FM). Both stations are owned by the Alpha
May 12th 2017



Proposed interstate water pipelines to California
Proposed interstate water pipelines to California include interbasin transfer projects to divert water from other Western states and provinces, including
Feb 17th 2017



Magical Negro
The Magical Negro is a supporting stock character in American cinema who is portrayed as coming to the aid of a film's white protagonists. Magical Negro
May 10th 2017



WANI
Not to be confused with Water and Nature Initiative. WANI (1400 AM, "News Talk WANI") is a news/talk radio station in Auburn, Alabama. The station is owned
Feb 11th 2017



David Weigel
David "Dave" Weigel (born September 26, 1981) is an American journalist. Since 2015, he has worked for The Washington Post. Weigel previously covered politics
May 22nd 2017



Dave Moody (sportscaster)
For other people named MoodyMoody David Moody, see MoodyMoody David Moody (disambiguation). David Wayne "Dave" Moody is an American motorsports commentator who works for the
Mar 16th 2017



1049 5th Avenue
1049 5th Avenue is a 23-floor luxury condominium apartment building located in the Upper East Side, New York City. Built in 1928 as the Adams Hotel, the
May 7th 2017



Dad's Garage Theatre Company
Dad's Garage Theatre Company, located at 569 Ezzard St in the Old 4th Ward in Atlanta, Georgia, was founded in 1995 by Chris Blair, Marc Cram, Sean Daniels
Mar 3rd 2017



John Hogan (executive)
John Hogan was CEO and Chairmen of Clear Channel Radio until January 2014, when he retired. A 30-year radio veteran, he was responsible for the operations
Apr 24th 2017



Jim Manzi (software entrepreneur)
This article is about the software entrepreneur. For the former Lotus executive, see Jim Manzi. James Manzi (/ˈmanzi/; born 1963) is an American political
Feb 24th 2017



Krystal Ball
Krystal Marie Ball (born November 24, 1981) is an American businesswoman and was a certified public accountant. She was a co-host on the MSNBC's afternoon
May 20th 2017



List of most-listened-to radio programs
In the United States, radio listenership is gauged by Nielsen and others for both commercial radio and public radio. Nielsen and similar services provide
May 18th 2017



Jon Sinton
Jon Sinton is a serial media entrepreneur American working in the radio, television and online industries. Sinton's early radio career was as a program
Feb 9th 2017



Bibliography of Barack Obama
This bibliography of Barack Obama is a list of written and published works, both books and films, about Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States
May 15th 2017



KARN (AM)
For the actor and former Family Feud host, see Richard Karn. For the electrical and computer engineer, see Phil Karn. KARN is a commercial sports and talk
Apr 30th 2017



Michael Steele
Steele Michael Stephen Steele (born October 19, 1958) is an American politician and MSNBC political analyst as of May 2011. Steele served as the first African-American
May 2nd 2017



United States Senate election in Missouri, 2006
The 2006 United States Senate election in Missouri was held on November 7, 2006, to decide who would serve as senator for Missouri between January 3, 2007
Apr 16th 2017



Ascent of the A-Word
AscentAscent of the A-Word: Assholism, the First Sixty Years is a 2012 book by the American linguist Geoffrey Nunberg which analyzes the history of the epithet
Oct 16th 2016



It's a Trap!
"It's a Trap!" is a direct-to-video special of the animated series Family Guy which later served as the double-episode season finale of the ninth season
May 16th 2017



Tulsa Beacon
editorials and letters to the editor, syndicated columnists (Robert Novak, David Limbaugh, Mona Charen, and Walter Williams), local sports, television listings
Mar 11th 2015





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