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Rusty Humphries
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Radio Personality
    (August 29, 1965- )
    Born in Phoenix, Arizona
    Conservative podcaster, political commentator
    Also a part-time singer and songwriter
    Birth name is Ralph Edward Humphries
    Nationally syndicated radio show, 'The Rusty Humphries Show,' aired on over 250 stations through Talk Radio Network, at its peak
    Host of 'The Rusty Humphries Rebellion' podcast for The Washington Times
    Produced five musical albums, including 'Bogged Down by Reality,' 'Bomb Iraq: Rusty Humphries Takes On the Terrorists,' ' 'Greeting From America: Wish You Were Here,' and 'Thank Allah I'm a Jihad Boy'
    Executive director for a company providing parody songs, music and jingles to over 300 morning radio shows in America, in addition to 500 worldwide via the Armed Forces Radio Network
    He could win first-prize in a Chris Farley lookalike contest.
    He promoted the birther claim that Barack Obama was really born in Kenya.
    He threatened a lawsuit against the Daily Kos during a heated radio segment interaction in 2006.
    His 'Bars and Stripes' comic strip has depicted scenes of Hillary Clinton doing time in a penitentiary.
    He jumped on the conspiracy bandwagon claiming that Barack Obama's 'Dreams of My Father' was ghost-written by Bill Ayers.
    His trademark is to parody popular songs with incendiary messages (turning The Beach Boys' 'Surfin in the USA' into 'Sneakin' into the USA,' John Denver's 'Thank God I'm a Country Boy' into ''Thank Allah I'm a Jihad Boy,' etc).
    He unsuccessfully tried to smuggle a toy knife, a gun, and hand grenades into a DFW Airport as part of an on-radio shock jock stunt, and was arrested for the hoax (Jan. 15, 1991).
    He may have ripped off John McCain's impromptu turning of the Beach Boys song, 'Barbara Ann,' into a song about bombing a Middle Eastern country, first done in 2007 (except McCain's use of 'Bomb Iran' fit better).
    His father was killed in the Vietnam War.
    He was named 'Reno's #1 local entertainer.'
    He was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame as its youngest inductee ever.
    He was nominated as Talk Personality Of The Year by Radio & Records in 2006.
    He lost his first wife after she succumbed to interstitial cystitis in 2008.
    He was ranked number 14 in the Talkers Magazine 'Heavy Hundred' for 2013.
    He was ranked in America's 100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts for 12 years straight.
    His 1999-2000 'Salute to American Veterans' concerts drew sold out crowds on Veterans Day.
    He helped to raise $50,000 as part of Nevada's contribution for the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
    His song, 'Do The Bart Simpson,' made national charts and was the inspiration for 'The Simpsons Multi-platinum CD.'
    He caught on tape a recording of Muslim leader Abu Saif using inflammatory rhetoric such as 'Queen Elizabeth Go to Hell' and 'Tony Blair is a terrorist' (Jun. 22, 2007).
    He has headed off charitable initiatives including sending needed school supplies to children overseas, and DVDs to deployed troops for their enjoyment.
    He was attacked by his own listeners for going to a 'Draw Mohammad' protest at a local Phoenix Mosque, interviewing worshipers inside, and then criticizing protestors for bringing weapons, clearly trying to instigate a confrontation (Jun. 2015).

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