Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is the latest lawmaker to warn that an Ebola pandemic could creep across the U.S.-Mexico border. In an interview with Glenn Beck, Paul questioned the CDC's insistence that it can keep in check the one confirmed case of Ebola in the United States. Show More Summary
On his radio show today, Glenn Beck expressed concerns that al-Qaeda could use ebola as a weapon against Americans, just as the country is starting to freak out over the potential spread of the disease.
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Glenn Beck wanted to know today why liberals get so much more worked up over Christians saying offensive things than Muslims actually doing offensive things like beheading people or stoning gays.
Glenn Beck spoke today at the Values Voter Summit, and it was noteworthy for two big reasons; one, it eschewed partisan politics for calls for unity instead, and two, a significant portion of it was Beck telling stories to show how Americans can learn from history.
YouTube America is waiting to see if Glenn Beck will: 1) bring his beloved chalkboard, and 2) weep on cue, as he gives the keynote speech at the conference of far right social conservatives and religious fanatics known as the Values Voter Summit, attended every year by top Republican politicians because...
Many of us can’t live without our tiny, portable email machines. We look at our phones 150 times a day. Most of us conservative folk know that Glenn has not
Beck got his own kids vaccinated, but he's not so sure if everyone else should...
During a CNN segment on spanking Wednesday night in light of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's indictment for child abuse, Don Lemon shocked his fellow co-hosts by linking corporal punishment in the African-American community to whippings by slave masters. Someone else who was apparently taken aback? Glenn Beck.
By now, the oh-my-God-we're-all-going-to-get-Ebola fever that gripped much of the United Sates this summer has pretty much subsided. Although one study suggests that the virus could reach the U.S. by late September, we all pretty much...Show More Summary
Another paranoid wingnut acting out the kind of craziness probably fed into his head by the likes of Glenn Beck and extremist websites, and one cop is now dead as a result: Pennsylvania authorities have identified a 31-year-old man they...Show More Summary
The demagogue-meets-sidewalk-preacher remains extremely worried about Ebola coming to the U.S.
Tonight at 7p ET, I'll be making my first appearance as a panelist on "Real News," the nightly news show on Glenn Beck's online network, The Blaze. I'll be joined by hosts Will Cain, Tara Setmayer and "Independents" regular Buck Sexton,...Show More Summary
"Just when we thought the program couldn't get any better, FRC Action is proud to announce that Glenn Beck, the voice behind one of the highest-rated radio shows in America will be joining the Values Voter Summit in D.C. next weekend. Show More Summary
Beck agrees that the group should be called “ISIL” and not “ISIS,” but he thinks it should be called “ISIL” as a “warning,” which is apparently not what President Obama is doing.
Glenn Beck thinks Bill Maher's comments on Islam are right on point, and said on his radio show today he's reaching out to Maher so they can have a one-on-one conversation about this and other issues they can find common ground on.
IF YOU STRIKE ME DOWN, I SHALL BECOME MORE POWERFUL THAN YOU CAN IMAGINE: National Journal: Dinesh D’Souza Is Winning. I love this slam at Glenn Beck, too: “Despite his pariah status, Beck still has enough loyal disciples to launch a book, Oprah-style, to the top of the charts. In addition to his 6.75 million [...]
“You can’t change the world with words Bill, unless you write those words in the evening news with blood.” – Tom Bowen, In the movie Non-Stop Glenn Beck tried to cash in on the feeling of unity many had after 9/11. His 9/12 project in 2009 was BS. But he did understand there was unity [...]
How the mighty have fallen: The right-wing media mogul is now reduced to fear-mongering about...the Oval Office?
The movie is a lurid pageant of right-wing propaganda -- and proof of Rand's weirdly enduring influence