You are right, simply amazing. It's getting more and more difficult to listen to some people I thought were conservative patriots, as they exercise their situational principles, and not just Levin.
Their words ring hollow.
Someone posted a while back -- in connection with Rush -- that Bain owns Clear Channel. I thought that might be tin-foil hat stuff, but googling around (wondering about a local "conservative" talk host), I found that Clear Channel was brought private in 2006 by Bain and Thomas H. Lee (also Mormon roots). Clear Channel owns, IIRC, 850 radio stations, and I think I recall seeing that that's about half the (major?) radio stations in the country.
Premiere Radio, which is Rush's syndicator (and I have only fuzzy speculation on just what that means -- and echoes of 50s TV shows, in which "the Syndicate" was organized crime, don't help!) is also owned by Bain. Obviously, I don't know in any detail how these things work, but I'd guess there are layers and layers of contractual agreements. I seem to recall that Levin is in the same position.
Re the Mormon connections -- it's all puzzling since the Mormon Church is against gay marriage and abortion. But it's not unprecedented for social or business interests to get entangled. At least through the 50s, anyone who wanted to rise to the top in American business was well advised to "convert" to Episcopalianism (perhaps contributing to that church's current turmoil!).
So, who's saying what in your post?