What did John Wayne say about liberalism in 1975 that has even greater meaning today?
The clip may be from nearly 40 years ago, but it sounds like it could have been recorded yesterday. Certainly seems like nothing has changed with liberals – they are still the intolerant, small-minded group they’ve always been – but John Wayne articulates it in the way the rest of us mere mortals can only dream of saying it. Check out the epic clip and Glenn’s reaction HERE.
Sneak peek of Hutch focuses on the importance of fatherhood
For months, Glenn has been telling everyone about a man named Ken Hutcherson, aka Hutch. On radio, TV, in the office, at live events – Glenn has made it known that Hutch would be a big part of the movement taking place in this country. This fall, TheBlaze will air a four episode mini-series featuring Hutch, and on Wednesday night viewers got a sneak peek at this fascinating new series. Watch highlights of the sneak peek HERE. TheBlaze TV subscribers can watch the entire sneak peek on demand HERE.
Is this the next Common Core?
Think Common Core is bad – wait until you hear about Imagining America, a national consortium of 90 campuses that Glenn believes could be America’s next progressive propaganda machine. Imagining America was created through the White House Millennium Council, which was initiated under Bill Clinton in 1998 through an executive order. Their membership includes over 90 universities, all of which receive grants from the Tides Foundation. Glenn exposed the group and its history on last night’s Glenn Beck Program.WATCH
Pursuit of the Truth, Episode 6: Who will make the final 3?
Well, it’s time for the contestants to show the judges what they’re made of… On Wednesday night, the sixth episode of Pursuit of the Truth featured the contestants heading back to TheBlaze’s NYC studios to present their two-minute sizzle reels to the judges, who held nothing back in their critiques. Get a recap of the episode HERE. TheBlaze TV subscribers can watch the entire episode on demand HERE.
Ted Cruz stands up to detractors: I didn’t come to D.C. to make friends
This is why Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is loved by so many – when an interviewer expressed concern that Sen. Cruz was angering others in his own party, he plainly said he didn’t come to Washington to make ‘99 new friends’ but did come to represent the people of Texas. He’s one of the few who actually understands how the system is supposed to work. MORE
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Jay Carney has no answer for James Rosen: “I know we are creating an exchange here for Fox”
James Rosen (whom you may remember as the Fox News reporter targeted by the DOJ) doesn’t make frequent appearances at White House press briefings, and apparently White House Press Secretary Jay Carney likes it that way. When Rosen pressed Carney on the congressional Benghazi investigations, instead of answering the question, Carney responded with a cheap and meaningless 3rd grade/Media Matters-type response. Check out the exchange HERE.
What book kept Left Behind series co-author Tim LaHaye up all night?
The Wrath & Righteousness series by Chris Stewart not only kept Tim LaHaye up all night, it was also so good that Glenn Beck decided to publish it himself! First released as an eBook-only series, the first two episodes of W&R (there are ten in total) are now available in paperback. Get started on the series that Amazon.com reviewers say is “Amazing,” “Chilling,” “Masterfully written,” and “One of the best books I have read in years.” Order the paperback version HERE or get started with eBook Episodes 1-5 from AMAZONor B&N.