The National Council of La Raza responded to accusations on Wednesday by critics such as conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh that the civil rights organization has not been vocal enough during the Trayvon Martin controversy.
Rush Limbaugh is under fire for remarks made on his radio show. Goldie Taylor and CNN's Don Lemon discuss the fallout.
First, there was the war on drugs. Then came the war on terrorism. Followed by the war on Christmas, women and religion. We seem to love waging wars.
Comedian Bill Maher says Rush Limbaugh has apologized, and liberals are looking bad not accepting it.
To sculptor E. Spencer Schubert, Missouri House Speaker Steve Tilley and the members of the Missouri Legislature:
A controversy erupts after a Kansas City artist begins creating a bronze bust of Rush Limbaugh for the Missouri Capitol.
Ironically, the misogyny Rush Limbaugh spewed for three days over Sandra Fluke was not much worse than his regular broadcast of sexist, racist and homophobic hate speech:
I despise Rush Limbaugh. I despise almost everything I have ever heard him say. I wish that he were no longer on the air. That is why I write today to defend him against those who call for him to be silenced.
Newsweek/Daily Beast's John Avlon on how Rush Limbaugh's recent comments against women is sending advertisers elsewhere.
CNN's Jon Zarrella looks at Rush Limbaugh's latest apology after several companies pull ads from his radio show.
Republican kingmaker or entertainer? Truth teller or "big fat idiot"?
AOL joined the growing list of companies on Monday to announce suspensions of advertising on the Rush Limbaugh Show, responding to the radio host's comments about a Georgetown law student who advocated health care coverage for contraception. "At AOL one of our core values is that we act with integrity," the company said in a Facebook post. "We have monitored the unfolding events and have determined that Mr. Limbaugh's comments are not in line with our values."
Mitt Romney had a mutiny on his hands. Not with his staff but with his embeds.
A former child slave of the Lord's Resistance Army in Africa goes after Rush Limbaugh for his defense of the L.R.A.
The radio host says, "Thank God for President Obama," but later laughs about it
November 8, 1994: It was a slaughter. In one night, Republicans seized 54 seats in the House and eight seats in the Senate, capturing Congress for the first time since 1954.
CNN's John King interviews New York Times political reporter Mark Leibovich on his new profile "Being Glenn Beck."
George Steinbrenner was a "cracker who made a lot of African-American millionaires," conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said Tuesday of the New York Yankees owner who died earlier in the day from a heart attack.
"Life is about building bridges, not walls," he told his partner in deciding to attend
Believe it or not, they share a view on gay marriage - and then there's that reported $1 million
The radio star, his much younger bride and 400 guests were reportedly serenaded by Sir Elton
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is having a tough time saying adios to New York City. But it's not because he'll miss the Big Apple -- rather, he's been forced to cut the asking price for his Fifth Avenue penthouse by nearly a million bucks.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is having a tough time saying adios to New York City. But it's not because he'll miss the Big Apple. Rather, he's been forced to cut the asking price for his Fifth Avenue penthouse to $12.95 million.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is saying adios to the Big Apple and selling his Fifth Avenue penthouse, asking almost $14 million.
Sarah Palin's most ardent supporters in "real America" love to suggest that those of us who don't buy into her shtick fail to grasp why they love her, citing her realness, plain-spokenness and whatever else they can conjure up.
The radio host says he thought it was "the big one," but doctors say he has no heart disease
Tests that were performed on Rush Limbaugh after he was admitted to a Hawaii hospital for chest pains "found absolutely nothing wrong," the conservative talk show host said Friday.
Rush Limbaugh gives an update on his condition after he was admitted to a Hawaii hospital for chest pains.
Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh was taken to a Honolulu hospital with chest pains Wednesday, a show staffer said.
In the early 1990's, I was listening to the Rush Limbaugh radio show when a young man from Youngstown, Ohio, called in to complain about... well, life.
Professional gasbag Rush Limbaugh has predictably blamed the left, the media and the Rev. Al Sharpton (another professional gasbag, by the way), among others, for his being dropped from the ownership group that is attempting to purchase the St. Louis Rams. Huffing and puffing with self-importance, the Ruler of the Radio Right sees dire menace in his situation, which in his words "is about the future of the United States of America and what kind of country we're going to have."
Things ain't what they used to be.
If conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh ever had much of a chance to be a minority owner in a successful bid to buy the NFL's St. Louis Rams, it is now over, two league sources have confirmed to SI.com.
Colin Powell suggest GOP leaders are afraid of Rush Limbaugh and don't speak out against the radio host.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said Tuesday that he has been the victim of racial profiling but believes Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. could have been more patient with the police officer who arrested him.
During the presidential campaign, then-candidate Barack Obama said that he hoped his administration wouldn't get hung up on matters of race.
The Republican Party risks further alienating Hispanic voters if it challenges the nomination of Sonia Sotomayor, who would become the first Hispanic, and the third woman, on the Supreme Court, political analysts say.
CNN's Bill Schneider reports on how Colin Powell is responding to recent attacks from two prominent fellow Republicans.
Colin Powell stirred up the Republican Party's very public internal debate about the direction of the party and asserted it's losing because it doesn't appeal to moderates like him.
The sounds of Sunday on Memorial Day weekend included the sonic booms of the Shuttle Atlantis returning home. As always, it was a breathtaking sight.
If a statesman is one who looks to the next generation and a politician one who looks to the next election, a political consultant must be one who looks to the next tracking poll. Well, I'll go one better and just look at today -- April 2, 2009.
It seems like the whole world knows all about Barack Obama, so let me introduce you to the anti-Obama, the second most interesting man in American politics.
National Democrats plan to unveil a new theme Thursday in their ongoing campaign to portray conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh as the true leader of the Republican Party.
It's no secret that liberals throughout the nation are rejoicing at Rush Limbaugh's supposed status as leader of the Republican Party. I can see why. He's easy to pick on.
As Democrats cast conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh as the de facto leader of the GOP, Republicans are decrying what they see as an orchestrated scheme designed to divert attention from the Democrats' spending proposals.
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani says Rush Limbaugh is valuable, but doesn't lead the Republican Party.
Michael Steele apologizes to Rush Limbaugh; DNC chair calls Limbaugh the GOP's 'Wizard of Oz.' Paul Steinhauser reports.
Democrats launched a Web site Wednesday that mocks GOP leaders for apologizing to radio host Rush Limbaugh for criticizing or publicly disagreeing with him.
The cold winds of March have obviously affected the intelligence and thought processes of people who need to get their thinking straight.
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said Tuesday he has spoken with Rush Limbaugh about his comments regarding the conservative radio talk show host.
Guest host Roland Martin talks with his panel about their reaction to the Rush Limbaugh controversy.
In comments that were broadcast over the weekend, Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele called Rush Limbaugh's rhetoric "incendiary" and "ugly" and insisted that he is in charge of the GOP.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh says bipartisanship begins only with victory.
Rush Limbaugh brought a cheering crowd to its feet several times Saturday at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington as he called on fellow conservatives to take back the country.
Conservative activists on Saturday named former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney the winner of a poll for best 2012 GOP presidential candidate.
Republicans have a script for 2012. Just listen to Newt Gingrich, speaking before the crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference, which is an annual gathering of conservatives from across the country:
Over the course of history, governments, political regimes and leaders have done some stupid things despite all arguments to the contrary, at times even against their own self-interest.
On Thursday, Rush Limbaugh, the moral and intellectual leader and most influential person in the Republican Party in the United States, wrote in the august op-ed pages of The Wall Street Journal, the acknowledged epicenter of right-wing thought, that President Obama should adopt a bipartisan solution to address the president's economic stimulus plan -- or as Limbaugh refers to it, "porkulus."
CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in on Rush Limbaugh's comments in reference to CNN's Ali Velshi.
Thursday night on this program, we spent some time talking about Rush Limbaugh and a piece he had in The Wall Street Journal, arguing there should be more emphasis right now on tax cuts to help the economy.
Voters in Cleveland, Ohio; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Reno, Nevada, will wake Friday morning to a new radio advertisement calling on them to urge their Republican senators to support President Obama's stimulus plan.
I wonder if President Obama is having second thoughts.
The new offensive in the presidential election is a Spanish-language air war in which each party is trying to convince Latino voters that the other is no amigo to the nation's largest minority and that it did them wrong during the immigration debacle in Congress.
Approaching his 20th anniversary as talk radio's most dominant force, Rush Limbaugh has signed a lucrative new deal with Premiere Radio Networks that will keep him on the air until 2016
He has publicly urged Republicans to vote for Sen. Hillary Clinton to keep the divisive Democratic nomination fight alive, but talk radio host Rush Limbaugh said Wednesday he really wants Sen. Barack Obama to be the party's nominee.
Panelists discuss Obama's major win in North Carolina and Clinton's narrow victory in Indiana.
Conservative talk hosts are urging Republicans to cross over and prolong the Democratic primaries. But whether Limbaugh's "chaos plan" is working is unclear
Q & A: The talk radio king speaks about the media's misunderstanding of his medium and conservatives' dissatisfaction with John McCain
The rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated.
The company that syndicates Rush Limbaugh's radio program defended the talk-show host Wednesday over his controversial "phony soldiers" remark, saying it's "unfair" to assume the comment was directed at combat troops opposing the Iraq war.
Jack asks: What should Congress focus on instead of MoveOn.org ads and Rush Limbaugh's comments?
The top Democrat in the Senate slammed Rush Limbaugh Monday over his recent controversial "phony soldiers" remark, despite the conservative talk-radio host's protests that his words have been taken out of context.
Rush Limbaugh likes to call himself "The Most Dangerous Man in America" because critics have long worried about how his powerful radio show shapes the political landscape.
Miami lawyer Kendall Coffey, a former U.S. attorney and frequent CNN guest analyst, takes a wry look at the best and worst the legal world had to offer in 2006.
It's a race to the bottom. For misinformation and cruelty, not to mention plain old dreadful manners, it is so hard to beat Rush Limbaugh. We can only measure the Great Blowhard against himself.
Rush Limbaugh must pass random drug tests for the next 18 months to satisfy an agreement filed Monday that will lead to dismissal of a prescription fraud charge if he stays out of trouble.
Firebrand radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh was charged Friday with fraudulently concealing information to obtain prescription drugs, but prosecutors will drop the charge after 18 months if Limbaugh remains in treatment for drug addiction, his lawyer said.
Fans of conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh will soon be able to watch a daily 60-second video podcast of his show, according to a published report.
After a lengthy legal fight that went all the way to Florida's highest court, a judge Wednesday gave prosecutors some of Rush Limbaugh's private medical records related to his use of prescription drugs. But the judge returned the rest of the records, seized in 2003, to the conservative talk show host.
The Florida Supreme Court has turned down conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh's request to review a lower court decision that the state could seize his medical records.
The state acted correctly when it seized Rush Limbaugh's medical records, Florida's 4th District Court of Appeal announced in a written opinion issued Wednesday.
People are really hating right now," Jim Lehrer, public television's lion of civility, said a few weeks ago. "Our e-mails and our phone calls reflect not a lot of open minds out there."
Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh and his wife, Marta, are divorcing, Limbaugh's spokesman said.
Over the thunder of the tanks Rush Limbaugh's voice is heard for an hour Monday through Friday in Baghdad.
Mmm, that's good!" says Mark Walsh, dipping into a bowl of guacamole at Rosa Mexicana in Washington, D.C. "So fresh!" He likes it chunky too: "When the guacamole has been through the strainer, I ha...
Rush Limbaugh's attorney argued Wednesday before a three-judge panel that prosecutors who accuse the radio talk-show host of "doctor shopping" to get drugs should not be allowed to look at his medical records, which they seized last November using a search warrant.
Rush Limbaugh's attorney filed a reply Thursday in the Florida 4th District Court of Appeal saying prosecutors failed to comply with a state statute in seizing his medical records.
From the Wolf Blitzer Reports staff in Atlanta:
Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh's lawyer said Monday there was never any offer by his client to make a plea deal with the state attorney's office investigating Limbaugh on charges of "doctor shopping."
Prosecutors rejected a plea deal offer from Rush Limbaugh's lawyers, who proposed that the radio talk show host enter a treatment program for drug offenders to avoid criminal conviction.
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