Sunday on his Fox News Channel show “Life, Liberty & Levin,” Mark Levin honored the life and legacy of conservative radio icon Rush Limbaugh, who passed away Wednesday at 70 after a bout with lung cancer.
“Tonight’s program is dedicated to Rush Limbaugh,” Limbaugh opened his show. “A friend to so many of us, a mentor to so many of us, a leader, and really an iconic figure in American history. I put him up there with Ronald Reagan and Bill Buckley and Milton Friedman and Thomas Sowell, but for me, he was a dear, dear friend.”
He continued, “He was the salt of the Earth. He was willing to help people he didn’t even know. Over the years, we would communicate a lot. As a matter of fact, years ago, we would text and email late into the night, early into the morning every single day. We shared our thoughts about