After making an appearance on The O'Reilly Factor last week, Glenn Beck returned to Fox News again Monday night to chat with former colleague Sean Hannity about the tea party, the Republican establishment, and the trajectory of the United States. Show More Summary
On this cold evening (at least here in Boston) I invite you to snuggle up to the soothing voice of Glenn Beck as he shares the story of Richard Kirkland and his act of kindness during the battle of Fredericksburg. [Uploaded to YouTube on November 28, 2013]
Today's source material: In case you didn't know, The Blaze is Glenn Beck's outfit. This particular author, apparently, wrote a book about surviving the zombie apocalypse of 2008, reelected in 2012. I seem to have survived the Obamageddon without reading his book, so perhaps the last five years have been overrated as far as apocalypses go. Show More Summary
Glenn Beck keeps getting weirder and freakier as time goes on and yet, he still gets a platform on Fox News. I'm sure Bill O'Reilly was glad to have him, but I wonder if he even expected this sort of loopy behavior from the King of Vicks...Show More Summary
Glenn Beck brought along a century-old rifle for his appearance on the “O’Reilly Factor” last night. Beck was on to talk about his new book, “Miracles and Massacres,” which focuses on untold American stories, one of which Beck says was...Show More Summary
As the old saying goes, "you are judged by the company you keep," and one Virginia businessman has decided he cannot work with golfer Jeff Cochran because of laudatory remarks he made about Glenn Beck and Ted Cruz. In e-mails obtained...Show More Summary
Eric Deggans of National Public Radio sat in the guest-host chair on CNN's "Reliable Sources" show on Sunday, and pressed Amy Holmes of TheBlaze TV several times on how she should be more forgiving of Martin Bashir's outrageous remarks about Sarah Palin. Show More Summary
A simple glance is enough to raise serious questions about the New York Post's story claiming a Census conspiracy to re-elect Obama, as I wrote earlier today. But not for Rick Santelli, CNBC's mad clown. He cites "a lot of reports" in resurrecting the Jack Welch "Chicago guys" conspiracy theory of the September 2012 jobs report in this bizarre segment:...
Before the Senate took a major step to change the filibuster rules on Thursday, Glenn Beck warned of the consequences of such a move on his radio show, saying that this is flat-out wrong no matter which side attempts to "undermine the republic" like this.
Fox News's Chris Wallace said last week that the folks at the New York Times must be "breaking out in hives" as a result of Charles Krauthammer and Bill O'Reilly topping their Best Sellers List. Talk radio host Glenn Beck took this a...Show More Summary
As of today, the New York Times nonfiction best-seller list includes books by Charles Krauthammer, Bill O'Reilly, and Brian Kilmeade, which Glenn Beck touted as a conservative victory of sorts in the book world. He also took a swipe at low book sales by rivals like Joe Scarborough and Piers Morgan.
Glenn Beck's The Blaze reports on a Christmas festival that was nearly shut down by eeeeevil atheists. Until one day, when Christmas on the Canal founder and organizer Elaine Spaziano was roused by God to save the festival: After canceling...Show More Summary
If you think it was weird seeing MSNBC's Joe Scarborough on Fox News this morning, get ready for something perhaps even more mind-bending. Scarborough admitted during his book tour this week that his mother is a big Glenn Beck fan and often gets angry e-mails from her whenever he says something negative about Beck. Show More Summary
Sorry Glenn Beck, Christian children need room to grow. A few years ago, a friend texted me a photo she'd taken at a big box store. Sam's Club, I think. It was a picture of my book MOMumental stacked next to one of Glenn Beck's titles. Show More Summary
Senator John McCain now favors complete repeal of Obamacare, after months of rejecting it as "not rational" and a "false premise" by Senate Republicans. This flip-flop really set off Glenn Beck, who went into a lengthy diatribe Thursday against "the lousy senator from Arizona," who he called either a "dirtbag weasel" or a "weasel dirtbag."
Kathie Lee Gifford has recently made the bold move to expand her brand outside of her morning drunk fest with Hoda (who, by the way, will not be leaving the show, praise the Lord) by starting her own podcast called Kathie Lee and Company. Show More Summary
TheBlaze comedians Brian Sack and Jack Helmuth spoke with Mediaite about their new book; about being known as "Glenn Beck's comedians" despite having their own distinct voice; and about the farce of politics in general.
Premiering tonight on TheBlazeTV is Hutch, Glenn Beck's four-part series on the life and faith of the Northwest's premier gay-hater Pastor Ken Hutcherson. Juding from this teaser clip, the show will feature a lot of Hutch aggressively reading statistics like the one in the subject line. Show More Summary
Glenn Beck voiced a big conservative concern on his show Monday: should conservatives bother going to the polls in 2016 if the Republican party settles for another "progressive" like Chris Christie or Mitt Romney? Beck said as far as he's concerned, he's not going to bother voting in 2016, even sending a message to his future self in case he changes his mind.