Enjoy free audio and webcam clips from the week in American conservative talk radio, including:
- Rush Limbaugh’s response to #CancelColbert
- Michael Savage’s birthday musings
- Glenn Beck gets sued for libel
Hugh Hewitt and Mark Steyn (audio) discuss the news of the day:
HUGH HEWITT: The McCutcheon decision came down yesterday having to do with money in politics, and everybody on the left is wringing their hands about free speech. Have any of those people who have criticized McCutcheon come to your aid, Mark Steyn, in the assault on your free speech by this fanatical professor?
MARK STEYN: No, they haven’t, and one of the things that I find very interesting. Spiked Magazine over in the United Kingdom has just launched a kind of worldwide free speech campaign, and I find it interesting that generally speaking, twenty, thirty years ago, if you stood on a free speech issue, people felt obliged to be in favor of free speech. The left now increasingly is disinclined to defend free speech except, except for the single, solitary exception of American campaign finance.
Opie and Anthony complain about Obamacare:
Then they’re joined by the great Nick DiPaolo (“If I was 18 right now, I’d join a militia”) and Jim Norton: