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Rusty Humphries


It's Rusty Humphries Rebellion Radio

Talk radio legend Rusty Humphries has moved from the airwaves to the digital domain, with a new style of talk radio that guarantees a weeks worth of great talk radio, streamed to you in a weekly, can't miss hour-long show. It's real talk radio without all the real long interruptions. No fluff, just the good stuff. No more waiting through more than 25 minutes an hour of commercials, plus "traffic and weather together," to hear what your favorite hosts thinks. Rusty Humphries brings you news, views and interviews, along with his entertaining style and wit, that you can't hear anywhere but The Washington Times. The ALL NEW Rusty Humphries Rebellion Radio, available every Thursday and when YOU want it.

You've seen Rusty Humphries on Fox News, CNN, RT, MSNBC, ABC, Nightline, Red Eye, HANNITY, Atlas Shrugged Part III, One America New Network, NewsMax TV.  Read him at The Washington Times. Heard him on talk radio with Rush Limbaugh, Hannity, Savage, Laura Ingraham, Glenn Beck, Thom Hartmann and his own highly rated Nationally Syndicated The Rusty Humphries Show.

NOW... He's moved from the old airways to the new frontier of the digital domain...




The Rusty Humphries Podcast is moving to, hear all about it.  Suzanne Somers talks about your Tox-Sick environment and a behind the scenes roundtable.






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Articles by Rusty Humphries

Toni Tennille, left,  and  Daryl Dragon, the singing duo The Captain and Tennille, pose during an interview at their home in Washoe Valley, south of Reno, Nevada, on Wednesday, October 25, 1995.  The Captain and Tennille will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their first hit "Love Will Keep Us Together." It was reported that in January 2014, Toni Tennille filed for divorce from her husband. (AP Photo/David B. Parker)

Rusty Humphries with Toni Tennille and Scottie Nell Hughes

Rusty Humphries guests Toni Tennille from The Captain And Tennille and Scottie Nell Hughes on being parodied on SNL. Toni Tennille talks about her life as a 70's pop superstar and Scottie Nell Hughes talks about her surprised at being parodied on SNL over the weekend. Published April 6, 2016