Victor Davis Hanson: We Have Lost an American Genius

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Rush Lim­baugh cre­at­ed mod­ern nation­al talk radio as we now know it. For over three decades he kept at rapt atten­tion — live from noon to 3 p.m. on week­days — the largest con­ser­v­a­tive audi­ence in broad­cast his­to­ry. More than 15 mil­lion tuned in each week.Last week, 32 years and more than 23,000 hours of on-air com­men­tary after he went nation­al in August 1988, Lim­baugh died of lung can­cer at age 70.By the 1990s he had become the voice, lit­er­al­ly and icon­i­cal­ly, of the con­ser­v­a­tive move­ment and its hot/cold liaisons with the Repub­li­can Par­ty. Lim­baugh was hat­ed by the left because he …


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