The Rush Limbaugh Show this week will be a celebration of his life and legacy.
Today’s program will be quite poignant, with Kathryn Limbaugh appearing at the beginning of the program and taking calls from listeners looking to share their condolences and stories with Rush’s immediate family. Mark Steyn will guide those conversations through Rush’s frequent mention of Kathryn in connection with all they did together with the involvement of the listeners.
The majority of each program this week will feature audio from Rush’s 32 years of programming, guided by the trusted voices that Rush’s audience has known for many years. The content will showcase his wisdom and humor, his instincts and playfulness within the context of today’s news events.
Mark Steyn – Monday, February 22nd;
Brett Winterble – Tuesday, February 23rd;
Todd Herman – Wednesday, February 24th;
Ken Matthews – Thursday, February 25th;
Todd Herman – Friday, February 26th.
Rush Limbaugh’s Show is heard every weekday morning from 9 AM through noon on AM 1450 and FM 102.7 KVML.
It is with great sadness to inform you that Rush Limbaugh passed away today, after a long and brave battle with lung cancer. In this time of sorrow, Rush’s voice will continue to be heard, providing comfort and continued insight to his legions of loyal fans.
All of Rush’s audio has been extensively archived and cataloged by subject, topic and opinion. Given how timeless and insightful Rush’s commentary is his producers will be able to pull segments that are relevant for each day’s news cycle and allow us to feature the best of Rush for the full three hours of the program.
The familiar voices of the programs’ guest hosts will be used in the show when needed to guide Rush’s audio from one topic to another, but Rush will be the predominant voice heard for the three-hour Monday-Friday 9 AM – Noon show and the AM Daily Update heard at 7:18 AM each weekday.
We will continue with this transitional programming until the audience is prepared to say good-bye.
We will mourn together in a respectful way and celebrate the incredible life of Rush with his millions of loyal listeners.
Rush Limbaugh’s syndication team will reach out to KVML with additional details.
The long-term plan will be shared with you in the upcoming weeks.
Two women have come forward in the last week to allege that former Vice President Joe Biden touched them inappropriately. Biden now faces those two accusations as he considers a bid for president in 2020. On Sunday, Biden issued the following statement:
“In my many years on the campaign trail and in public life, I have offered countless handshakes, hugs, expressions of affection, support and comfort,” Biden said in a statement. “And not once — never — did I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested I did so, I will listen respectfully. But it was never my intention.”
Here is a video montage, which was uploaded by Paul Joseph Watson on November 22, 2017.