Who will be joining Glenn this week on TV?

On TheBlaze TV this week, Glenn will be joined by some great guests at 5pm ET. Check out the schedule below:

Tuesday 10/22: Ron Paul, former Congressman and Presidential candidate
Wednesday 10/23: Mike Rowe, host of Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs

Start a two week free trial to watch The Glenn Beck Program, LIVE weeknights at 5pm ET and available ON DEMAND.

*Note: Penn Jillette will no longer be appearing on 10/24 and is scheduled to join Glenn in early November. Stay tuned for more.

  • Soulphoenix

    Keep ’em coming, Glenn! The momentum is building …

    • RecycleThe TeaBags

      Get to a toilet quick! Sit down!

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91J4PAda3EA Sam Fisher

        Oh great another liberal more interested in poop that reality.

  • HonorWarrior

    Yawn Paul!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91J4PAda3EA Sam Fisher

    I like Mike Rowe but you got to get Penn Jillette to at least do one magic trick.

  • soybomb315

    Wonder how Glenn will spin the interview with Ron Paul to make it look like he supports him

  • Anonymous

    Back in the summer Glenn said, while encouraging people to support the “Defund Obamacare” effort, that if we got past Sept.30 and the ACA was not killed, the Constitution would be officially Dead and Obama would be a Dictator.

    So is that now the case? I don’t know, if the Constitution is Dead, Beck seems awfully relaxed about it. If the Constitution is Dead and we now have a literal Dictator, what should Tea-Party folks be doing? Is it time to start blowing things up? Or is it possible that Beck was over-hyping things again? I am honestly curious. Thanks.

  • John Rivas

    More dangerous than merit-based rewards is the notion of “distributive justice” that requires each of us b subjected to centralized control

  • John Rivas

    No person is eligible for the presidency who has not attained the age of 35 years and been fourteen years a resident of the United States.

The 411 From Glenn

Sign up for Glenn’s newsletter

In five minutes or less, keep track of the most important news of the day.