02.17.21. End of an Era

Rush Limbaugh

This week, with the passing of conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh, we look at the significance of his career on American politics and the rise and fall of Donald Trump. 

In recent days, millions of people in the United States are without power as a surprise winter storm rocked the southern United States, straining the power grid and challenging many who are unused to such temperatures. Meanwhile, it was announced on Wednesday that talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh had passed away, marking what many recognize as a significant turning point in American political discourse… and perhaps the veritable “end of an era.”

Although Limbaugh has come up several times in discussion and analysis in recent weeks, we look at the significance of his career on American politics, as well as the rise and fall of Donald Trump, whose recent acquittal added a final sour note to the lasting unrest of the last days of his presidency.

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