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Daniel Henninger wrote, in a Wall Street Journal editorial, "Ronald Reagan tore down this wall (the Fairness Doctrine) in 1987 ...
Limbaugh satirized the policies of Clinton and First Lady Hillary Clinton, as well as those of the Democratic Party.
Limbaugh moved to Pittsburgh station KQV in 1973 as the evening disc jockey, succeeding Jim Quinn.
He was fired in late-1974, when the station was sold to Taft Broadcasting.
Limbaugh was reportedly told by management that he would never make it as on-air talent, and should consider going into sales.
For the rest of the decade Limbaugh took jobs at several radio stations, working in music radio, before settling in Kansas City.
He resigned a few weeks into the 2003 NFL season after making comments about the press coverage for quarterback Donovan Mc Nabb that caused controversy and accusations of racism on the part of Limbaugh.
His comment about Mc Nabb was: "I don't think he's been that good from the get-go.
He debuted just weeks after the Democratic National Convention, and just weeks before the Republican National Convention.
Limbaugh's radio home in New York City was the talk-formatted WABC (AM), and this remained his flagship station for many years, even after Limbaugh moved to West Palm Beach, Fla., from where he continues to broadcast his show.
In December 1990, journalist Lewis Grossberger wrote in The New York Times that Limbaugh had "more listeners than any other talk show host" and described Limbaugh's style as "bouncing between earnest lecturer and political vaudevillian." Limbaugh's rising popularity coincided with the Persian Gulf War, and his support for the war effort and his relentless ridicule of peace activists.
The program gained more popularity and was moved to stations with larger audiences, eventually being broadcast on over 650 radio stations nationwide.
Rush Limbaugh is getting married to 33-year-old Kathryn Rogers next week in West Palm Beach!