[Content Note: Christian Supremacy; racism. DoNotLink used in first paragraph to Glenn Beck's site.]Well, it's been two minutes, so it's time for another terrific new Kirk Cameron film! His newest cinematic masterpiece is called Saving...Show More Summary
The Blaze's Buck Sexton filled in for Glenn Beck on his radio show today, and he really went after Jon Stewart for his commentary on Ferguson earlier this week. He said Stewart engaged in paternalistic lecturing without the facts to back him up.
The Wall Street Journal’s Keach Hagey reported on Friday that CNN recently ended talks with Glenn Beck’s The Blaze to provide programming for its struggling sister network, HLN. According to the Journal, CNN executives held talks with representatives from The Blaze about a potential joint venture to remake HLN. These discussions came on the heels […]
THE MAN IS A MEDIA GENIUS: Glenn Beck, Conquering Hero.
Glenn Beck was bashing Americans opposed to illegal immigration, decrying partisan politics, and positioning himself toward the center just as he was reportedly trying to strike a deal to get his programming on CNN. CNN's Brian Stelter...Show More Summary
Our latest podcast guest is Billy Hallowell, faith and culture editor at TheBlaze.com (the site founded by Glenn Beck):
CNN recently considered replacing the programming of its sister channel, HLN, with content from Glenn Beck‘s TheBlaze, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
He once hosted a show on the network, but a new report claims there were talks of turning HLN into Glenn Beck‘s The Blaze. Even as Time Warner continues discussions with Vice media, the Wall Street Journal‘s Keach Hagey reports CNN executives...Show More Summary
If there is anyone left who doesn't believe CNN is circling the bowl, The Wall Street Journal has burst your bubble this evening. CNN executives have held talks in recent weeks with representatives from Glenn Beck's The Blaze, a 24-hour news and entertainment network, about a potential joint venture to...
The talks centered on transforming the HLN network, according to the Wall Street Journal read more
Huffington Post editorial director and frequent MSNBC analyst Howard Fineman ventured into enemy territory this week when he sat down with Glenn Beck at TheBlaze offices to ask him about his apparent "change of heart" on controversial issues like immigration and gay rights since leaving Fox News in 2011.
In a wide-ranging interview with The Huffington Post's Howard Fineman, Glenn Beck took the opportunity to again blast conservatives critical of his decision to greet the recent wave of underage illegal immigrants with toys and hot meals. Show More Summary
MSNBC host Ed Schultz has had it in for conservative radio talker and author Glenn Beck ever since Beck's Restoring Honor rally at the Lincoln Memorial in August 2010 vastly overdrew a union-sponsored rally held at the same site several...Show More Summary
Andrew W.K. isn’t the hero America deserves—he’s the hero America needs
The highly acclaimed school standards called Common Core are becoming so unpopular that they may soon be politically untouchable. The critics are piling on from Glenn Beck to the Wall Street Journal, with senior academics and activist...Show More Summary
Glenn Beck said he would rather be Walt Disney than Edward R. Murrow or Rush Limbaugh. In an interview on CNN's Reliable Sources, Beck said he would rather focus on cultural issues than become more like the conservative icon Limbaugh or the esteemed newsman Murrow. Show More Summary
Glenn Beck caused a stir last week when he poured "Christian blood" over pancakes and ate them alongside guests on his show in response to a comment made by a Hamas' spokesman on CNN.
In part two of a “Reliable Sources” interview with Brian Stelter, Glenn Beck forecasted a TV news landscape that looks different in a decade. “I think they’re all going to change, I think television itself is going to change dramatically,” Beck said. Show More Summary
Glenn Beck appeared on CNN's Reliable Sources for the second week in a row (why) and told host Brian Stelter that he was modeling himself less after Edward R. Murrow and more after Walt Disney. He specified that this did not mean Beckland theme parks.
Why Ralph Reed is taken seriously by anyone, I do not know. There was never a bigger con artist than Reed. Even Abramoff wasn't as cynical as Ralph Reed is. But there he is, treated like some kind of "expert" on Glenn Beck's show. Right...Show More Summary