Rusty Humphries discusses allegations that author Ann Rule’s children are abusing her. Victoria Hearst, granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst, is going after Cosmo. What were Thomas Jefferson’s real, religious views, and Zev Chafets has a new book of conservative commencement addresses.
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Rusty Humphries talks with Suzanne Somers about “Dancing With The Stars,” Las Vegas and her new book “Tox-Sick.” Obama’s Earth Day is a joke, and Hey Dummy… don’t run from the cops!
Republican Rep. Dave Brat, the guy who defeated Eric Cantor in Virginia, is causing much-needed waves in the House. He talks immigration and more with Rusty Humphries. Also Rob “Iceman” Izenburg does a great song about Hillary Clinton’s “Scooby Mobile” and Rusty’s “Sneakin In To The USA.”
Rusty Humphries is a bit sick today and has to go to the doctor. Ride along as he talks about why the Rock and Roll Hall of fame sucks, Republicans who want to raise the gas tax and more. This show will sound best using headphones.
Day 2 from “Hold Their Feet To The Fire,” the anti-illegal immigration radio row, sponsored by FAIRus.org. Rusty Humphries talks with legendary Patrick J. Buchanan about issues of the day. Michael Harrison of Talkers Magazine drops by to talk “inside talk radio.” Luis Pozzolo from The Alliance for Immigration Justice and Roy Beck from Numbers USA join Rusty in discussing the fight against amnesty.
Rusty Humphries is in Washington, D.C., for the Federation For American Immigration Reform — Radio Row.
Javier Manjarres is the Webmaster of Shark-Tank.net and the author of the new book “Brown People.” He’s also a close, personal friend with presidential candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio. What’s Mr. Rubio like and should he be our next president? Evan Sayet, stand-up comic and author of “The Kindergarten of Eden: How The Modern Liberal Thinks,” talks about why liberals think former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is a good choice. Listen to find out where you can see Evan on his Conservative Comedy Tour.
You can’t help it, but there are songs you LOVE that are a bit embarrassing today. Sing along with some of Rusty Humphries’ favorites and hear stories about the artists. Rusty talks with Doug Wekenman about an incredible new documentary film called “The AC Project: To The Ends Of The Earth.” And it’s all wrapped up with Rusty’s hit song “Thank Allah I’m a Jihad Boy” in honor of the crummy deal Obama and John Kerry have crafted with Iran.
Rusty Humphries talks with Bob Dane, communications director for the Federation For American Immigration Reform. What is new in the battle and what candidates are on the right side of the issue. Rep. Roger Williams of Texas talks about baseball, cars and Congress, and Tony Cordero talks about the children of the men killed in Vietnam.
Actor James Best passed away this week. He was so much more than just Roscoe from the “Dukes Of Hazzard.” Listen to Rusty’s memories and a fun, interesting interview with James.