In a show we could just as easily have named “David Limbaugh Cuts Through The Static,” the acclaimed NYT Best Selling author, pundit, and brother of Rush Limbaugh sits down with our own Dave Carter for a running stream of analysis that both figuratively and literally cuts through the static. That’s because the interview ran into a technical snag that resulted in actual static in the audio recording! Remarkably enough, Mr. Limbaugh’s clear analysis and commentary rises above the static (owing perhaps to his passion and conviction), so that the audio distortion will not prevent you from hearing what he has to say. And what he has to say needs to heard as a ringing indictment not only of the cancel culture and the left’s mob mentality, but of those on the right whose vacillations have helped bring us to this point.

Then Ricochet’s own Henry Racette stops by to discuss his recent article, “About That Vacancy,” and how he sees the 2020 Presidential election shaping up. This episode is rich in analysis, technical glitches notwithstanding, and we think you’ll enjoy the conversations.

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  1. Arahant Member
    Arahant
    @Arahant

    Don’t let that Limbaugh guy give you static, Dave. You don’t have to take that off him.

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  2. Dave Carter Podcaster
    Dave Carter
    @DaveCarter

    Arahant (View Comment):

    Don’t let that Limbaugh guy give you static, Dave. You don’t have to take that off him.

    Nice try, my friend, but I’m afraid my sound kit was the source of the static. The good news is that the Limbaugh guy rose above it. 

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  3. Arahant Member
    Arahant
    @Arahant

    Dave Carter (View Comment):
    The good news is that the Limbaugh guy rose above it. 

    Indeed. It was a great interview. It’s also nice to hear @henryracette‘s voice.

     

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  4. Henry Racette Contributor
    Henry Racette
    @HenryRacette

    Dave,

    Thanks for a great interview experience; I enjoyed it immensely. Sorry the audio was rough on the Limbaugh portion, but it was a good nonetheless and certainly worth listening to despite the static. And it was a pleasure talking to you, both on and off the air. —

    Hank

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  5. Dave Carter Podcaster
    Dave Carter
    @DaveCarter

    Henry Racette (View Comment):

    Dave,

    Thanks for a great interview experience; I enjoyed it immensely. Sorry the audio was rough on the Limbaugh portion, but it was a good nonetheless and certainly worth listening to despite the static. And it was a pleasure talking to you, both on and off the air. —

    Hank

    Hank, it was an absolute joy having you on the show. We’ll have to do to that again sometime! 

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  6. colleenb Member
    colleenb
    @colleenb

    Great interviews. You could hear David Limbaugh’s passion come through even the static. 

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  7. Aaron Miller Member
    Aaron Miller
    @AaronMiller

    Despite the static, there was an admirable level of clarity in that episode. I wish David was still a Ricochet contributor. Hank is always straightforward as well. 

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