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Oct. 31, 201405:32
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Radio silent Rush Limbaugh

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One graduate student changed the entire face of talk radio, after Rush Limbaugh decided to cross the line and attack her. Ed Schultz and Sandra Fluke discuss her role in ruining Limbaugh and her run for public office.