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Political Junkie: Rush Limbaugh In The News

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Political Junkie: Rush Limbaugh In The News

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Political Junkie: Rush Limbaugh In The News

Political Junkie: Rush Limbaugh In The News

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In a week with plenty of real news, one name still dominated the political conversation: Rush Limbaugh — for good, when former Vice President Dick Cheney called him a leader, and for ill, when comedian Wanda Sykes made him the butt of her jokes.

Neal Conan talks with NPR's Ken Rudin and political science professor Aubrey Jewett of the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

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