Capital New York reports that Sarah Palin has signed a deal to launch her own digital video channel to be named Rogue TV. The project is expected to be similar to Glenn Beck's online network, The Blaze. The channel will be availableShow More Summary
After Glenn Beck made racist comments on his Fox News show, Steve Jobs was not pleased: When Apple founder Steve Jobs found out what Beck had said, he was furious. On a Saturday, Jobs, who hadn’t known Apple advertised on Fox, firedShow More Summary
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Glenn Beck opened up in a new National Review piece today, talking about why he's sick and tired of politics, as well as his desire to emulate the kind of media empire built by Walt Disney.
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Glenn Beck talks to National Review about his transition from HLN to Fox News to TheBlaze. Beck — who recently said that he “made a lot of mistakes” during his time at Fox News — reveals that he never saw his time in television newsShow More Summary
Glenn Beck says he is tired of politics, he's tired of Hollywood, and he's tired of all the fame and glory being given to "bad man" Thomas Edison. It's the biased biopic that I never would have expected: Glenn Beck is making a movie revealing the darkness behind the (debatable) inventor of the light bulb. Presumably, GE will not be sponsoring.
Former TV personality Glenn Beck is really sick of talking about politics. So what rustles his jimmies these days? The mythologized feud between Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison. Beck even has a movie in production about Edison that he hopes will "expose the truth" about this "bad man." Read more...
Glenn Beck isn't a big fan of how Republican establishment types have made such a big presence at CPAC this year, and in particular Beck zoned in on Donald Trump, whose presence amused him more than anything.
The Romeike family goes on the Glenn Beck show, which is not normally an immigrant-friendly place. Screenshot via YouTube The key to getting asylum in the United States is to be white, socially conservative, and really into Jesus—orShow More Summary
Glenn Beck was very encouraged by a Russia Today anchor railing against network propaganda and resigning, but on Thursday he had a very simple question: why doesn't someone from a mainstream news outlet, like, say, NBC speak out against the pro-Obama propaganda and deceptive editing that's gone on?
There was something oddly familiar in Senator Rand Paul’s recent lament about the state of his party. As he put it to an empathetic Glenn Beck, “I think Republicans will not win again in my lifetime for the Presidency unless they become a new G.O.P., a new Republican Party. Show More Summary
When the first signs that Russia was invading Ukraine started to appear late last week, conservatives began hailing Sarah Palin for predicting this development all the way back in 2008. The former governor even issued a "Told-Ya-So" on her Facebook page. Show More Summary
Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and others tease celebrities who are "confused" when the actor thanks God after winning best actor for his performance in "Dallas Buyers Club." read more
Glenn Beck joined the chorus of conservative praise for Matthew McConaughey Monday morning when he played the actor's Oscar acceptance speech in its near-entirety, with extra focus on that moment when he thanked God. "I absolutely love this guy," Beck declared.
Glenn Beck mocked Al Sharpton Thursday for the latter's teleprompter reading, asking sardonically if the MSNBC host is a "parrot" or a "moron."
Beck called it "a great movie of hope and empowerment."
Glenn Beck hosted Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) for a nearly 20 minute long interview that mostly focused on what both men view as President Barack Obama's "abuses of power." But at one point, Beck broke in to ask Cruz a personal question...
We’ve long harped on the idea that Google is just not very good at understanding human beings. Eric Schmidt, in a new interview, revealed just how bad they are at it, however. (SPOILER: Freaking terrible.) Glenn Beck interviewed Schmidt,...Show More Summary