Not just NYC: Mayor Bloomberg now involved in your snacks, your schoolboard, and your right to bear arms

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Mayor Bloomberg’s influence isn’t just limited to New York City. He’s now using his money and power to influence to go after the rights of American citizens nationwide. How? Glenn explains in the clip above from tonight’s TV show.

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    It seems to me Bloomberg seeks to be a second tyrant after Obama when their plans of a socialistic or communist government are fulfilled.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn Beck is so confusing.
    He has a new “most dangerous” person almost every week.
    Does he have a list of all of the “dangerous” people so we can keep track of them all?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GW6ALM3N2YFTOT6TN3GZGAHQG4 Frank Balcer

    We the people will not comply with his rules.
    Bloomberg is just another skid mark in every ones underwear.

  • Anonymous

    WE MUST’ NOT LET TYRANNTS TAKE OVER.  sEEMS TO ME NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE WILLING TO DISCUS  THIS OPENLY. gLENN bECK HAS THE GUTS TO DO IT. bUT HE
    CAN’T DO IT ALONE.  iT NEEDS BIG TIME ATTENTION, WHICH ONLY A FEW PEOPLE DARE TO TALK ABOUT IT.  hOW COME????

  • Anonymous

     The comment by the former frito lay executive is not referring to forcing people to eat well but making companies take into account the externality of poor health that their food can lead to. 
    The idea of paying kids for attendance at school is not some radical progressive one but one that some charter schools use to give kids a positive incentive to attend class in areas where having consistent attendance had been previously difficult and most importantly it works significantly better than any negative incentive for attendance.
    1 man vs. 4 million some odd NRA members- very american.  Vocal and persuasive minorities have long had great influence over american history.  I don’t agree with Bloomberg but he has every right to compete in the free market of ideas.  He’s not trying to silence them he’s trying to win just like they are.  Instead of demonizing and attacking the man, refute the ideas.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=593700957 Jeanann Dillon

    It Takes Three!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=593700957 Jeanann Dillon

    Oh yeah George, there we GO!

  • http://twitter.com/snapteach Richard Smith

     I am glad Glen keeps up with anti Americans like Bloomberg. There are enough of these individuals to have one a week featured. I know what you mean though, they are hard to keep up with. 

  • Anonymous

     Thats ridiculous. Guns are protected by the 2nd Amendment, they are our Constitutional Right. He is not competing in the free market. Competing in the free market would be having an advocacy group for gun safety and for criminals to turn over a new leaf…not by attacking the 2nd Amendment. Just like the anti-smoking campaign lowered smoking without banning anything, so too, if you want to compete, make advocacy groups for not owning gun. Feel free. But dont demand to take my rights and my guns away and make me a criminal just because you personally dont like them.

  • Anonymous

     Sure he does. Any link to all the ones he names every week, since you seem to think so?

    Pretty sad to be trolling on a site of a person you hate. Get a life you loser.

  • Anonymous

     Pretty simple really… anyone who is a Democrat or Liberal.

  • Draxx

    Power Corrupts, and Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely…

    Bloomberg is a Progressive Snowball that wants to grow bigger, and cause an Avalanche of Destruction to American/Human Rights!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000158120557 Phil Gentile

    Someone
    please explain to me why all these goverment so called officials who
    want to ban soda, chips, guns because they are unhealthy and kill
    ppl,,,, REFUSE TO BAN CIGARETTES, CARS and ALCOHOL????? <—– more
    ppl die from these 3 items then probable everything else in the
    world,,, yet the goverment does nothing to ban them…. OHH THAT'S
    RIGHT, THEY (the goverment) MAKES TO MUCH MONEY OFF OF THEM IN TAXES
    AND SALES OF SAID ITEMS, EVERY GOVERMENT OFFICIAL WHO DOES NOTHING TO
    STOP THE SALES OF SAID ITEMS, IS A FREAKING HYPOCRITE

  • Draxx

    Because We Are Being Lead With Intimidation…

    They want everyone that Does Not Believe In Their Ideaoloy to Feel Like They Are An Outcast in Society (even though there are many, many, many more of us that believe in the Constitution/Bill of Rights).  Military Maxim: “Divide & Conquer”, that is what they are doing daily!  They know that they Do Not Stand A Chance If We Get Together In Mass As ONE Voice!  So they make sure that as soon as anyone speaks up, they are SILENCED as quick as possible… and if they continue with their agendas America is going to be like Jamaica.  Were there is Absolutely Zero Middle Class, either your rich or you never will be there!  When I was there building schools for the poor mountain villages, I noticed that there would be a Multi-Million Dollar Home surrounded by Shanties in at least a 20 mile radius.  Also, Obummer wants to Drone Kill Americans Without Warrants Becauise They Are “Suspected” Enemies of the State.  Which means that if he starts doing this, he will Kill Anyone He Feels Threatens His Kingship/Dictatorship!  In Jamaica, the three weeks I was there, there were between 7-10 Political Murders a Day in Kingston Alone!!!  This way the only people on the ballots during election were the Corrupt Officials!  It has happened many times in history, Julius Ceasar had many Politicians Killed so that they could not oppose him and his policies.  He has been qutoed by one of his generals on this, “Silence Has No Voice!!!”.

    Our time to speak up is NOW, or Forever Hold Our Peace!!!  (Let’s Not Let It Be In Death!)

  • Anonymous

    The most positive incentive to attend class is that YOU LEARN SOMETHING!  Kids who don’t feel the need to go to class don’t deserve to get paid jack squat.  If they aren’t willing to work hard now then they won’t work hard later.  That’s their own fault.  I think that instead of demonizing and attacking the Koch brothers for their work (which is NO DIFFERENT from what Bloomberg is doing now), “progressive” minded people should recognize their right to compete in the free market of ideas.  Or is influencing elections with the deep pockets of private citizens only okay as long as it promotes a progressive agenda and not a conservative one?  You tell me.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Phelan/100000703106979 James Phelan

     Wow, you and Draxx need to learn the proper use of a keyboard.

  • Anonymous

    I’m not progressive and I don’t attack the Koch brothers. I have no problem with it one way or the other.
    With urban schools in traditionally disastrous school districts you need to provide different incentives in order to overcome the challenges presented, like kids could go make money with a gang being one that comes to mind. Also, similar to developing countries where food is used as an incentive, uneducated areas tend to undervalue education. These aren’t middle class kids who think school is boring, these are kids that charter schools and other groups who use these systems are trying to save from their environments. Empirical studies also show that kids perform better in school when there is a cash incentive.

  • Anonymous

    Its a crappy idea, but saying that the 2nd amendment is bad and things should change is definitely an idea.
    The ammerican communist party competes in the free market of ideas, the people who advocate no longer using the constitution compete in the free market of ideas.
    If you have an idea and you’re trying to convince people to agree with you, no matter what the idea, you’re competing.

  • Anonymous

    Another power hungry liberal. This country is doomed.

  • Anonymous

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4HAW7OERGSC7VZM72V7IGDJ3B4 Sharmane

    He is the poster child for the Peter principle.  He has way too much time on his hands and obviously fills it up poking his nose into private issues that are none of his business.  Why anyone would vote for him is a mystery.  Useless vermin.

  • http://youtu.be/0iRCvDwF26Q Sam Fisher

    Glenn these people of no logic for the side but to control ant take more power to themselves. They want our guns so when they take total control they can hold us and control us without a fight. they want to turn us into North Korea.

  • Anonymous

     I believe Berry Obama has the list and Holder has his hands on the button…

  • landofaahs

    Hey blooming nut J. Where are the citizens of NYC to place the guillotines?

  • landofaahs

    Just because he’s a billionaire does not mean he’s not Carey Nations nuts.

  • http://www.facebook.com/corky.york James York

     amen,brother.

  • Draxx

    I did not yell everything out, I do emphasize many points by capitalizations but that does not mean that I am wrong in doing so…

    Edgar Allen Poe, is a world renouned writer but if you have ever seen his literary work you would know that it does not take the time to make sure punctuation is proper, but that his messge is conveyed the way he wanted it to be read…!

  • Anonymous

    Bloomberg is a MODERN DAY RED COAT!

  • Anonymous

    Why was George Bush’s voucher program so hated though? Everyone had a problem with no child left behind because it promoted accountability to bad teachers. Have you ever been exposed to gang activity? I mean, at any time ever in your life? Do you know what you’re talking about? The amount of money you can make selling crack on the corner pales in comparison to paying a kid to go to school (with taxpayer money). It’s also way easier and way more tempting to join a gang! Instead of sending the message to kids that the FREE EDUCATION they are getting in public schools is a privilege that doesn’t even exist in some places, you’d rather send the message that if someone wants you to learn, they owe you money for it. You don’t pay people to learn because they aren’t doing productive work, they aren’t providing a service. They are learning HOW to be productive and the people teaching them to be this way are the people needing to get paid.

  • Anonymous

    Bloomberg is in the executive branch of government and thus has the obligation to uphold the CONTUS. Free market of ideas be damned. It is the consumer who both knows the consequences and are responsible for their actions. If people would cut down on eating Frito’s other people would cut down the making of them, the idea is pure and simple. You claim to not be a progressive; I say you’re in denial.

  • Anonymous

    People in the government who advocate no longer using the Constitution have violated their oath of office. The government is bound by law to uphold the law; otherwise it is no longer our government but an unjust subversive element.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know about that but as far as the most predictable irrelevant and irritating troll list, you certainly make the top ten!

  • Anonymous

    The gotta get your guns before they can get your soda. After all, it only makes sense. Sheeesh what a world……!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    he’s aloud to disagree and speak out against certain provisions he think should be changed. he may even interpret it differently which is why we have courts to decide this stuff when there’s a disagreement like when they struck down the soda ban