Despite all his bluster on the radio, Rush Limbaugh seems happy to find the government when he’s in need. The talk-show host just inked a deal to allow the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to use his $50 million beachfront compound in Palm Beach to store equipment and sand. The records show Limbaugh’s cool with crews using his property until 2025. The project is to save Rush’s beach, and the rest of the tony town’s sand, from erosion.
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