Included in the tribute are an "Animal Rights" update, "feminazi" update, "condom" update, and other parodies from the Rush Limbaugh radio show that were not featured in the tribute that the host gave on his other show, TBR Radio Presents: The TBR History Hour.
Also featured is a clip from Rush's short-lived 1992 night-time TV show.
The show ends with President Donald Trump giving a fitting tribute followed by a conversation with Dr. Ed's personal physician, Dr. von Peters, who explains how we can boost our immune systems.
Its not "racist" when a black man says it. So Dr. Ed plays a segment of the 1987 Senate confirmation hearing of Judge Robert Bork where Professor Thomas Sowell "schools" then Senator Joe Biden. Professor Sowell then comments on the segment and explains why he wanted to testify on Judge Bork's behalf.
Later in the show, Bernie Sanders does his impression of Arnold Horshack and Dr. Ed talks with his personal physician, Dr. William G. von Peters.
Dr. Ed talks with neuropsychologist, Dr. Edward Mike, author of the newly released book "Salvaging Civilization."
Topics of discussion include the authors attendance at the January 6, 2021 rally in Washington, D.C., the economic causes of the War Between the States, and the brilliance of Thomas Jefferson.
Dr. Ed talks with Julie Hawkins, lead singer of The Julie Hawkins band, who performs her single, "Gray is the Rose."
Julie also talks about the upcoming 4th book in her Confederate Renegade series and her book "Horses in Gray."
Dr. Ed calls Patriot Action Letter editor Sid Secular to discuss the craziness.
The show was recorded on Tuesday and Sid attempts to predict what would happen during Wednesdays "inauguration." How accurate were Sid's predictions?
The second half of the program Dr. Ed shares a sermon he preached this past Sunday that was inspired by the 1946 Walt Disney movie "Song of the South," and ite beloved main character, Uncle Remus.
Back in July Dr. Ed was a guest on James Edwards' radio show, The Political Cesspool.
On that program, Dr. Ed predicted the entire election debacle and its aftermath several months before they happened.
This is a replay of that show. If you have never heard The Political Cesspool you will instantly become a fan.
The Constitution of the United States gives citizens the right to petition their government with a redress of grievance. Only one problem, the Constitution does not tell us how exactly that we go about doing it.
Another problem, what if the normal processes of government have been closed to the people?
Dr. Ed does his best to make sense of the Chaos that was Wednesday. Is this what "civil war" looks like?
The program begins with an excerpt from the last speech given by the late Dr. Martin Luther King. Ironically, they are more appropriate today for white Americans than they were decades ago when he spoke them to a crowd of black Americans.
Dr. Ed interviews the new Commander General of the Military Order of the Stars and the Bars.
Once again, it is Christmas in Dixie.
This year's show includes Christmas greetings from Ray Stevens, the reading of "The Night Before Christmas in the South," and Dr. Ed reading the Christmas story from Matthew's Gospel.
Launched in January of 2018 as The Dixie Heritage Hour and reformatted in January 2020 as the half-hour Dixie Heritage Show, Dr. Ed's weekly podcasts are usually pre-recoded. Shows are broadcast nationally on TBR Radio, and globally on You-Tube.
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