Poetry Books by Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh Books, Rush Limbaugh poetry book Ne-gro-phi-li-a Authors: Erik Rush
Publisher: Wnd Books
Published Date: 2010
Categories: Social Science
Argues that activists, politicians and the press have fostered an erroneous perception of blacks and explains how Americans can discern deeper truths of these matters and thus develop healthier perceptions. By the author of The Angels Fell.

Rush Limbaugh Books, Rush Limbaugh poetry book The Way Things Ought to be Authors: Rush H. Limbaugh
Publisher: Pocket Books
Published Date: 1993
Categories: Social Science
The conservative radio and television personality takes aim at The Imperial Congress, Anita Hill, and The Social Utopians of Multiculturalism, among other topics. Reprint.

Rush Limbaugh Books, Rush Limbaugh poetry book Rush Revere and the Presidency Authors: Rush Limbaugh, Kathryn Adams Limbaugh
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Published Date: 2016-11-22
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
When one of the time-traveling crew is running for student-body president at Manchester Middle School, Rush Revere takes them back in history to witness the election and leadership of our first three presidents.

Rush Limbaugh Books, Rush Limbaugh poetry book The Way Things Aren't Authors: FAIR, Steve Rendall, Rush H. Limbaugh, Jim Naureckas, Jeff Cohen
Publisher:
Published Date: 1995
Categories: Performing Arts
A collection of quotations

Rush Limbaugh Books, Rush Limbaugh poetry book See, I Told You So Authors: Rush H. Limbaugh
Publisher: Pocket Books
Published Date: 1994
Categories: United States
The controversial conservative radio personality presents a collection of his observations on the Clinton administration, liberals, and other topics.



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Sister's Cake
 by Eugene Field

I'd not complain of Sister Jane, for she was good and kind,
Combining with rare comeliness distinctive gifts of mind;
Nay, I'll admit it were most fit that, worn by social cares,
She'd crave a change from parlor life to that below the stairs,
And that, eschewing needlework and music, she should take
Herself to the substantial art of manufacturing cake.

At breakfast, then, it would befall that Sister Jane would say:
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