"His failed marriages are outnumbered only by his failed jobs. But he never gave up, and his distinctive delivery made the self-styled ""entertainer"" into one of the most powerful conservative voices in America. Rush Limbaugh is nothing if not controversial. His legions of adoring fans proudly call themselves ""dittoheads"" and tune in religiously to listen to his broadcasts. Meanwhile, his abrasive style and frequent lapses in accuracy have brought him unwanted attention from media watchdog groups which he dismisses as agenda driven attacks from the ""loony left."" BIOGRAPHY; traces Limbaugh from his days on Sacramento radio where he honed his delivery to his emergence as a national celebrity. Interviews with family members including his mother and brother offer an intimate look at his private side. And former radio associates share stories and insights on Rush's unorthodox techniques and how creativity and determination paid off. BIOGRAPHY; presents the story of an entertainer, politician, and provocateur who knows no bounds and has revitalized the conservative voice in America."