“What’s in America’s founding documents? The documented recognition that we are all created by God and that we all have certain inalienable rights. That means it’s part of our yearning spirit. It’s part of our creation.
“That is liberty, a yearning to be free. We don’t want to be bound up. We don’t want to be shut up. We don’t want to be constrained. We are human beings. We’re explorers. We’re researchers. We’re pioneers. We don’t want to be caged, and the Founders understood this. Pursuit of happiness. Life is to be maximized and pursued in its full, and people are to get as much out of it as they are able, and they can’t do it with shackles around their ankles. They can’t do it with governments that hold them in contempt. They can’t do it with leaders that think they have no brains. People are going to be constrained by people who think they have no ability to do things, so they’re going to want to do everything for them. The right to life. We’re all created equal. Right to life.
“Those definitions of our creation and our freedom are what set us apart from virtually every nation on the face of the earth.” — Rush Limbaugh, November 2020
– Rush Limbaugh, “When the World Looked to America, Ronaldus Magnus Answered the Call” (July 21, 2014).
“We want every young American to learn the story of our incredible founding, what makes this country such a miracle and why it is so important to preserve it as founded. The efforts to undermine the greatness of this country are constant and they have been around since the country was founded. It's an ongoing effort to preserve liberty, to preserve the Constitution, to preserve the presidency, all of these institutions as defined, the court, the three branches of government, the separation of powers. All of this is crucial for young people, and actually everybody, to understand, and that has been our project and task.” — Rush Limbaugh, November 2016
“The history of America is being distorted, it’s being lied about, and young people need to learn the truth of this country to appreciate and honor its greatness and exceptionalism without guilt. But they need to know the truth and that’s what we’re doing with the Rush Revere series. All five of them are available.” — Rush Limbaugh, December 2016
– Rush Limbaugh, “Woeful Civics Education Will Lead to the Loss of Our Liberty” (March 1, 2010).
– Rush Limbaugh, “Parents on Why They Ordered Rush Revere” (October 29, 2013).
– Rush Limbaugh, “Leno’s Thanksgiving Quiz Shows the Need for Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims” (November 20, 2013).
On June 2, 2022, I will begin publishing my notes on the Rush Revere series of books. A new note will appear every Thursday following my Rush segment review on Monday (see Program Segments). The notes for book one, Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans, are in preparation.
Make sure and purchase, read, and ponder the lessons taught by the fictional character Rush Revere and his friends (America’s Founding Fathers) from your personal copy of the books. No one said it better than Rush Limbaugh and his wife Kathryn.
– Rush Limbaugh, “Rush Revere Teaches Kids the Glorious History of America” (December 14, 2018).
– Rush Limbaugh, “Rush Revere Helps Kid Reader Educate Family on Independence Day” (July 8, 2020).
The link for the above segment is no longer available on RushLimbaugh.com. Here’s what the caller said and Rush’s response:
CALLER: We recently went to my sister’s home to celebrate the Fourth of July, and my 8-year-old niece asked what Independence Day is all about, and that’s when my little 7-year-old proceeded to educate her, her 15-year-old sister, and the rest of the family on how the patriots fought for our independence back in 1776 and how we wouldn’t even be here in this country if it wasn’t for William Bradford and Miles Standish and Paul Revere and their bravery. He told her she wouldn’t have her house and that we would be ruled by a king. And it just made me so proud and so thankful to you for writing such an amazing book series and helping us to shed light on how blessed we are to be in this country.
RUSH: Well, you have made my day. I can’t adequately express my gratitude for that. That is just — I mean, it’s great. Your 7-year-old son is able to educate the family on Independence Day on the founding of the country because you bought the Rush Revere book series.
CALLER: It warms my heart. And I knew it would yours, too.
RUSH: Oh, it does. It does.
– Rush Limbaugh, “A 15-Year-Old Rush Revere and Hillsdale Scholar” (October 23, 2020).