The reaction from conservatives and pro-life advocates to the Oklahoma tornadoes has been moving to see — with pro-life advocates on Twitter pushing for donations to a variety of groups providing aid to the victims. However, Glen Beck, the pro-life former Fox News television show host and current radio show host deserves significant praise for [...]
"Judge not lest ye be judged" seems to be the Biblical message in the back of Glenn Beck's mind late last night when he took to Twitter to defend Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead after her tweet-joke about the Moore tornado "targeting" conservatives like the IRS set off an Internet fury.
GTFOHWTBS! Glenn Beck Calls NAACP A Joke And Talks Tea Party Via Meditaite reports: Not surprisingly, Glenn Beck has thoughts on the IRS political targeting scandal, going off on the NAACP on his radio show, calling the group a
YouTube An alternate title for this post might be, "The Recursive Conspiracy Theories of a Raving Freakazoid," as our favorite right wing nut sandwich just continues to chase his own paranoid tail. Here he is opining that the AP andShow More Summary
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Not surprisingly, Glenn Beck has thoughts on the IRS political targeting scandal, going off on the NAACP on his radio show, calling the group a "joke" and an "affront" to legendary civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr., Booker T. Washington, and Frederick Douglass.
YouTube On his radio program today, Glenn Beck uncorked a bizarre rant about the NAACP and Martin Luther King and Booker T. Washington and by the way, 20 PERCENT OF KKK LYNCHINGS WERE OF WHITE PEOPLE! AND THEY'D BE TEA PARTIERS TODAY! Beck's...Show More Summary
Kyle Mantyla writes at Right Wing Watch: The other day, Glenn Beck declared that the Obama administration was nothing more than a "Chicago crime syndicate" that will eventually be taken down by the IRS, much like Al Capone. So logically,...Show More Summary
Amid the scandal and trouble facing the White House, Glenn Beck found a way to tie it all together, attributing it all to the grand vision of "fundamental transformation." Citing "arrogance," Beck laid out exactly what Benghazi, the IRS scandal, and the AP/Justice Department issue all have in common.
During a discussion about the latest news developing on the IRS targeting conservatives scandal, Fox News' Megyn Kelly and Dana Perino echoed a sentiment recently expressed by Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. Just as Stewart said the Obama administration has vindicated conspiracy theorists, Kelly and Perino said that the IRS scandal will give people an excuse to trust Glenn Beck.
As I've noted several times, this claim has been debunked even by the Southern Baptist Convention and on Glenn Beck's The Blaze, but Matt Barber never lets the truth get in the way.
Fortune Magazine calculates that Glenn Beck's media company is grossing $80M a year. TheBlaze is generating between $35 million and $45 million in revenue per year, according to information obtained by Fortune. Beck's broader business empire, which also include his eponymous radio program and speaking tours, brings in more than $80 million annually. Show More Summary
On Monday, the Associated Press published a story revealing that senior officials in the IRS were aware that the agency was singling out conservative groups for added scrutiny as early as 2011. In a statement released to the Associated...Show More Summary
Glenn Beck is often ridiculed for bombastic and over the top opining, but gave an impassioned plea to find the light in "this movement of darkness" on his radio show Friday. Beck took his audience on an insightful time machine ride, looking nostalgically back to the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, despondently asking where the light has gone.
Glenn Beck fans were a target, too. This is bad. AP: WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior Internal Revenue Service officials knew agents were targeting tea party groups as early as 2011, according to a draft of an inspector general’s report obtained...Show More Summary
Glenn Beck claims he didn’t make a comparison between Nazis and New York mayor Michael Bloomberg. His denial comes in the wake of a questionable photo that prompted outrage from several prominent Jewish organizations. During his keynote speech at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention last weekend, Beck stood beneath a massive image depicting Bloomberg [...]
YouTube Come closer. Let Glenn look into your eyes. Glenn has a gift. A bizarre gift. It doesn't matter if you're a stranger. He has the ability to take just one look at your face, and instantly feel your pain. But it's OK. Glenn will tell you it's OK, and then you will cry and cry, and hug Glenn, and know that it's OK. Everything is gonna be OK.
“Beck Crosses the Line Again” was the headline over a Jonathan Tobin Commentary article about Glenn Beck’s attack on Michael Bloomberg at the NRA convention. Tobin insisted that Beck “spoke in front of a large backdrop that photo-shopped Bloomberg’s face into what appears to be a famous photo of Adolf Hitler.” Commentary describes itself as [...]
Glenn Beck's speech wasn't the only controversy to emerge from the National Rifle Association convention in Houston over the weekend. Anti-violence groups are criticizing the NRA for allowing a vendor at its annual conference display "The Ex," a scantily-clad, blood-splattered female shooting range target. Show More Summary
The lone dissenter from a stay of execution takes the time to channel Glenn Beck in a written opinion. Continue reading » Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Tags: Capital Punishment, Crime, Death Penalty, Department...Show More Summary