New Book To Be Released Years After Limgaugh’s Death

( The late Rush Limbaugh’s radio comments, from his early days on the air to his decades as a prominent voice in Conservative politics, will be published on Oct. 25.

Reports show Threshold Editions, a conservative Simon & Schuster brand, announced that “Radio’s Greatest of All Time” will be published soon. Contributions made by former President Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will be included. Limbaugh’s widow, Kathryn Adams Limbaugh, and his brother, David Limbaugh, helped curate the book.

Threshold Editions stated that the book is dedicated to the millions of fans Rush Limbaugh considered his extended family and ‘the largest audience in the world.’

Limbaugh died in 2021 of lung cancer at the age of 70. During his lifetime, he wrote the best-selling books “The Way Things Ought to Be” and “See, I Told You So.”

John Nolte of Breitbart Politics stated that despite his money, celebrity, and temptation, Limbaugh was one of us. A decent individual and an ordinary American who happened to have an unexplainable skill, bravery, and compassion that we will never see again.

Nolte wrote that Rush Limbaugh never sold us out. Not even once. He never lectured, spoke down to, or condescended to us. Not even to those with whom he disagreed.

[And especially not to the handful of people in Rio Linda.]

Nolte explained that Rush Limbaugh was not one of the Conservative quislings and Vichy Republicans who gleefully jumped on every piece of breaking news about Donald Trump in order to virtue signal and tweet things about how “true Conservatives” would behave. Naturally, all of the breaking news turned out to be falsehoods.
They are Conservative fakes who act like they’re one of us and then utilize the backs they just stabbed in their mercenary ascent into the establishment media where these cheap liars and unprincipled whores sell out completely.

Nolte remarked that Rush Limbaugh faced those temptations placed in front of him, but he never gave in to them.  That is a true virtue.