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The way things ought to be

Author: Rush H Limbaugh
Publisher: New York : Pocket Star Books, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Radio talk-show host presents his views on the leading issues of the day.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rush H Limbaugh
ISBN: 0671751506 9780671751500
OCLC Number: 28871545
Notes: "With a new afterword: We are winning"--Cover.
Description: xvii, 315 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Going national --
My success is not determined by who wins elections --
People: think for yourselves, or, demonstrating absurdity by being absurd --
The state of the union --
Abortion: our next civil war --
In defense of the eighties --
AIDS, good money and bad: some help is not desired --
The imperial congress --
Animals have no rights: go ahead and lick that frog --
The saga of Anita Hill --
Condoms: the new diploma --
To ogle or not to ogle --
We need a new national symbol --
Sorry, but the earth is not fragile --
Now we thank people for obeying the law? --
Feminism and the culture war --
Multiculturalism --
The Rodney King affair --
Gorbasms: always fake --
The fraud of homelessness advocacy --
What happened to Hollywood? --
The socialist utopians --
Who needs the media when they've got me? --
Religion and America: they do go together --
Ronald Reagan: setting things straight --
Year of the outsiders --
The Limbaugh lexicon --
The last word: we are winning. --
No, I am not going to change it: we are winning.
Responsibility: Rush Limbaugh.

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Radio talk-show host presents his views on the leading issues of the day.

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