LISTEN: Glenn and Sean Hannity talk solutions for fixing America

Glenn was in New York City today, and he stopped by Sean Hannity’s radio show during the top of his third hour to talk about the news of the day and the need for Americans to come together under common sense principles.

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“We’re a country that is in a cold civil war. We’ve stopped talking to each other,” Glenn said. “We can reconcile the differences, but not politically.”

Glenn said it was important for people to stop listening to the media, which has told the American people there are only two choices: Republican or Democrat. Right or left. Conservative or liberal.

“We’re meant to live together and be cool with each other. It’s the extremes on the edges that are saying ‘It’s my way or the highway’,” Glenn explained. “The extremist is the progressive left and the progressive right that says ‘I’m going to control you’. In America, it’s not about control, it’s about freedom,” Glenn said.

Glenn said that Common Core is being defeated across the country because people on the left and the right both believe it is a disaster.

What about solutions? While Glenn has focused on finding common ground with strange bedfellows to spread common sense principles, Hannity laid out five solutions from his website  that he believes will fix the country:

The Penny Plan – To limit government spending and stop stealing from our kids.

Energy Independence – Let’s get America back to work producing energy that will free us from our reliance on foreign nations.

Choice in Education – Empower the parents and the local communities to provide school choice options in order to improve the quality of education.

A Healthcare Alternative – ObamaCare is a failure, but conservatives need free-market solutions including health savings accounts to bring down the costs and burdens of healthcare.

Control the Borders – We need to get smart about our immigration policy and that starts with controlling our borders.

Take a listen to the full segment below:

  • Nick Oz

    allah o arkbhar

  • landofaahs

    If you don’t revive the moral standards then nothing you do will make a wit of difference. When right and wrong are distorted as we have from our roots, then people justify stealing from others whether it is unscrupulous corporations cheating the public or politicians being for sale or citizens wanting handouts.

  • landofaahs

    Allah carte or allah mode?

  • Impeach Obama Now!

    Good interview Glenn!
    Keep Going!
    And never stop!

  • IT 2 IT




    HURL –ALLLL— MEDIA necromancers!

  • ken.

    the best way for us to fix america is for we the people to stop expecting ( DEPENDING!!! ) on politicians to do it for us. we need to stand up and do it for ourselves.

  • Anonymous

    Olly olly oxen free

  • chevron1144

    “We love things and use people when we should love people and use things.” Very Shakespearean Glenn. And very profound.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know where to start with these two. They talk about war like playground school children. Hannity plays the tough-talking bully and Beck plays the centrist nice kid. Hannity thinks we should carpet bomb countries. I guess he doesn’t remember how well that worked in Vietnam before we got the hell out and the North took over anyway. Beck talks about loving our enemies, but we’re really going to hurt them if they’re bad. There’s no discussion of the complications of modern war. No real consideration of sending their own children into tribal terrorist environments.

    Hannity’s “solutions” aren’t solutions at all. They’re vague simple-minded ideas lacking any detail at all, which is why nobody takes him seriously.

  • landofaahs

    You’d fit right in with their stupidity.

  • Anonymous

    You seem to have missed the point. I criticized their lack of detail.

  • Anonymous

    Two good men, joined by love of country and principles, who don’t hesitate to speak the truth. No spin there, lots of common sense.

  • Olcowboy

    If you will step a few more paces back in history, a couple of well placed hydrogen bombs brought a quick surrender from Japan. Prior to that decision, there was a plan on the table for a “boots on the ground” invasion of Japan. The “boots on the ground” would have cost over 1 million American lives and untold numbers of Japanese. Carpet bombing is effective and costs less blood than our existing alternative. In Vietnam, the rules of engagement were so skewed (as they are today) our military was politically restricted from winning a war which could have been won. And I need to add…”loving your enemy” has never been a military option, IMHO. I have yet to meet a professional soldier (warrior type) who is a lover of war, for it is their sacrifices, and theirs alone, which dictate the outcome of any conflict. There is an applicable adage here, “If you find yourself in a fair fight, your tactics suck.” This enemy will not be vanquished with anything less than complete annihilation. It is their way, since the time of their prophet, and must become ours if we are to be victorious. Now, I’m done.

  • Anonymous

    Your analysis is incredibly over-simplified. You cannot “annihilate” multiple entire countries. Terrorists are hidden everywhere throughout the middle east, Africa and even Europe among innocent people.

  • shashiznick

    I’ve entered all the data for wars and there out comes including monetary costs casualties the suffering of our allies and other such data into the magnusspectrabovineexcrementometer a device I made in my basement to measure and track all relevant data and then spit out a solution for America’s survival. According to this very sensitive and accurate device It say’s we must kill all of our enemies foreign and especially domestic immediately. Sorry pal the machine doesn’t lie.

  • Anonymous

    That does sound like a nifty machine. Can it tell us where the terrorists are?