RUSH LIMBAUGH introducing new book: ‘Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims…’

BTaYYjpCQAEru38Rush Limbaugh announced on his show today that he is releasing a new book targeted at kids, but made for everyone called Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans. The purpose is to educate children in a fun way the truth about the pilgrims and how they contributed to the founding of America. He says there’s no commentary in it, just the facts – and a lot of fun!



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21 thoughts on “RUSH LIMBAUGH introducing new book: ‘Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims…’

  1. Apparently pre-orders on Amazon, according to Rush today, hit a record and went to #1 overnight which is not surprising given the enormous size of his audience and actually I think this is a great idea for a book.  It seems the loons on the left were caught with their panties down in their mom’s basement by this announcement and are having a hissy fit over it.
    In any event, it occured to me that it could also make a good tv series or even a movie series along the lines of the Indiana Jones movies and a cross with Back to the Future.
    Towards this end I think it might be a great idea if Rush teamed up with The Robertsons of Duck Dynasty and put this book on tv or on film (IMAX for sure).  The Robertsons look the part of pilgrims and certainly they can live like Pilgrims and they can just be themselves.  I think it would be huge to combine Rush Revere’s telling of the Pilgrims with Duck Dynasty.
    Any way, I was just thinking out loud.
    John Craven – New Orleans

  2. Is_Sense_Common lawngreen I guess I’d have to read the book. Equating oneself with a hero of the American Revolution doesn’t sound too humble to me. Maybe he’s taking a humorous approach in the book, which would be a different matter.

  3. Conservatives usually fail when they brand things as “a conservative response”.  See for example “conservapedia” which nobody goes to.
    On the other hand, drunken master Mel Gibson hit the sweet spot with two HUGE movies that never mentioned anything about “being conservative” and instead focused on THE STORY.  See the Bill Whittle vied to know what I mean.

  4. I’m a fan of Limbaugh, I have been since 1989. I’ve stuck with him through thick & thin.
    If there is one thing that has always bugged me about him, it’s his ego. Oh, I know that he is just a “lovable fuzz ball” who “doesn’t like talking about himself.” Don’t misunderstand (as Rush says all the time), Rush is a vanguard of the conservative movement in America, especially in the realm of talk radio. I’m sure that he has a sincere desire to educate children about our founding. That’s laudable, but why not have Paul Revere as the main character, instead of “Rush Revere.” And is it a coincidence that “Rush Revere” is the official mascot of Two If By Tea (which Rush is constantly plugging on his show)?
    Sorry, but I just feel like Rush could have spent his time, money and energy in a much more constructive way than making a book based on a brand of iced tea.
    Who knows, maybe I’ll read the book and be pleasantly surprised. In the meantime, I think I’ll finish reading Ameritopia, and then move on to my signed copy of The Liberty Amendments.

  5. lawngreen Rush is actually very humble and has a great sense of humor about himself.  I’m thrilled to see that he’s writing a book.

  6. “Rush Limbaugh announced on his show today that he is releasing a new book targeted at kids, …”
    Oh I’ll be that will be in all public school libraries. 😉  😉

  7. I will buy this and recommend it to anyone I know who has kids going into the public school system.  It is so relevant and more imperative than ever.  Jack Levin’s book about Washington crossing the Delaware sent chills down my spine…these books bring our founding to life.

  8. Good move to counter Obama and his band of communists, whose motto has always been “give us a child for 7 years, we’ll give you a communist.”

  9. I like this idea and I hope it catches on.
    I’m rather excited about this in the way I was excited by Veggie Tales.
    I’ll likely buy one or more of these… 🙂

  10. Hoping this is one in a LOOOOOONG series!! I have been stocking up on history (REAL HISTORY!!) books for my 2 little ones since my first was born in 2004.  They will NOT be indoctrinated, no matter what they pursue.

  11. The Left’s collective head will explode as the book shoots to No. 1 weeks before release.  It sounds like Rush’s wife is a busy little bee, running the tea company and encouraging Rush to do a whole series of non-revisionist history books for kids.  Outstanding!

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