|Spouse||Kathryn Adams Limbaugh|
|Net worth||US$500 million|
|Books are written||Rush Revere and the brave plagiarisms:
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Loud and clear, Persuasive, and well informed! He was an American radio personality, political conservative analyst, author, and host of television shows. He was best known as the host of The Rush Limbaugh Show, a radio show that was broadcasted nationwide on AM and FM radio stations.
About his family:
Limbaugh was born to Rush Hudson Limbaugh II and Mildred Carolyn (née Armstrong) Limbaugh’s parents on January 12, 1951, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. He was born into the Limbaugh family with his younger brother David; his dad was an attorney and a U.S. fighter pilot who served in World War II’s China Burma India Theater. His mother was from Searcy, Arkansas.
Rush as worthy radio wave:
Talking about his net worth which was US$500 million and himself being an influential radio personality, from 1992 to 1996, Rush Limbaugh presented a national television program. He was one of the most heavily paying people on American radio. Forbes estimated his earnings at $84.5 million in 2018. Talkers Magazine reported in December 2019 that the Limbaugh show gained a combined weekly audience of 15.5 million viewers to become the United States’ most-listened-to radio show. Seven books were also published by Limbaugh; his first two, The Way Things ought to be (1992) and See, I Told You So (1993), made the list of best sellers for The New York Times.
In the 1990s, helped by the repeal of the FCC fairness doctrine, Limbaugh became one of the leading figures of the conservative movement in the United States.
The Journal national television program dropped his college, he was 20 years old at that time. Limbaugh accepted an offer to DJ at WIXZ, a Top 40 station in McKeesport in Pennsylvania. He adopted the “Bachelor Jeff” as his air name. He used to work afternoons before moving to morning drive which is a great demos-listened-toasted afternoon show in 1975 at KUDL’s Top 40 station in Kansas City, Missouri. He soon became the host of a weekend morning public affairs talk programmer that allowed him to establish his style and present more controversial ideas. He was released from the station in 1977 but stayed in Kansas City to start a KFIX evening show.
His TV venture:
From 1992 to 1996, created by Roger Ailes, Limbaugh had a syndicated half-hour television show. On his radio program, the show explored many of the subjects and was taped in front of an audience. He liked to do his radio program, just not a TV show, Rush Limbaugh said.
Rush and the controversies:
Limbaugh was skeptical of environmentalism and climate science. He dismissed the scientific consensus on climate change and the relationship between CFCs and ozone layer loss, claiming they were not backed by scientific evidence.
Also, He was critical towards feminism, which he perceived as only advancing liberals and not women in general. During the 1992 presidential election, he claimed in a Time magazine interview that “it was established to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream of society.”
“Rush Limbaugh described himself as “100 percent, completely deaf.” In 2001, Limbaugh revealed that he had lost much of his ability to hear: “I do not listen to the television. I cannot listen to music. I am deaf for all practical purposes, and in three months it happened.” He said the condition was not hereditary. On December 19, 2001, doctors were able to successfully recover a measure of his hearing through cochlear implant surgery at the House Ear Clinic in Los Angeles. A Clarion CII Bionic Ear was given to him.
On January 20, 2020, after first experiencing shortness of breath on January 12, since he was a cigar and former cigarette smoker, was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. He had previously challenged the correlation between smoking and cancer deaths, claiming that smokers were not at any higher risk than people who “eat carrots.” Limbaugh revealed on October 20, 2020, that surgery was unsuccessful in suppressing cancer, that his diagnosis was terminal, and that he was given a time frame on when he should expect to die. On February 17, 2021, at the age of 70, he died.
Rush Limbaugh was widely recognized as one of the premier voices of the conservative movement in the United States beginning in the 1990s. In 1992, Ronald Reagan wrote him a letter in which he thanked him, “for all you’re doing to promote Republican and conservative principles and said that you have become the Number One voice for conservatism in our Country. Republicans in the U.S. in 1994 declared him an honorary member of the House of Representatives.
He used to chat about problems, not about gossip. His show consisted of three-hour monologues without notes and included minute descriptions of arcane matters that could not be achieved by most talk show hosts. He was original, humorous, and skilled in assembling key broadcasting elements to create exciting and persuasive radio.