The Way Things Ought to Be
Every week more than 11 million listeners on over 450 radio stations nationwide tune in to "The Rush Limbaugh Show", and his audience is sure to grow when his nationally syndicated television program debuts in September 1992. Now Limbaugh puts his conservative values, blunt talk, blistering attacks and scathing wit into print in his first book.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - HistReader - LibraryThing
This book is from a pre-Clinton era, so Rush does not spend any time discussing Bubba; that alone could take a few volumes from the syndicated talk show host. For us regular listeners, this provides a ... Read full review
Review: The Way Things Ought to BeUser Review - Jonathan Devlaeminck - Goodreads
This book is an amazing piece of conservative thought. If you don't agree with his views at the end of the read, that's ok...but I am and always will be mindful to understand all sides. With all that ... Read full review