All the details on the new Christmas Album from Glenn Beck
The whole family came together to chat with fans during the show
There’s two homeless people that just got laid off, and we’re helping them get back up on their feet.”
Volunteer fire departments are being threatened by Obamacare mandates. But don’t worry… only 87% of fire houses will be effected.
“I am so excited for you to see the special tonight: Believe Again. If you happen to have TheBlaze on TV or if you’re a subscriber, make sure you watch it tonight at 8:00pm ET.”
“Why was that stadium half-empty… It’s important to know the answer because if people don’t know who Nelson Mandela is, they need to know.”
If heroes are people who put themselves at risk for the good of others – regardless of the consequences – then without a doubt, Iva Toguri was a hero.
“One of the things that I found, Glenn, in my review of a lot of those contemporary books that have been written, that have been used as history books on this general topic of American inventors, is they leave out a couple of things.”
“No, he’s not that stupid. He’s not that stupid. He is that arrogant.”
Producer Mark Mabry discusses what it was like behind-the-scenes working on Believe Again
Buck Sexton takes a hard look at Obama’s foreign policy as he fills in for Glenn.
“As it turns out, as long as I like my doctor, I can keep him, if I pay more for it. We all know that’s what President Obama meant.”
“This was [written as] the last resort, the ejector seat… Everything is corrupt, but before there’s a coup, you pull this chute.”
“I don’t know your opinions enough to say I disagree or agree with you, but I will tell you this: What they are doing to you is an outrage, so whether I agree with you or not doesn’t matter. We stand with ya.”
“Pat and I have been on this story about this 15-year-old girl in Boston’s Children’s Hospital, and it bothers us so much… This is an injustice that has to be rectified.”
“That’s the problem. These kids are bored and apathetic. And so if you’re apathetic and bored, you become dangerous. And that’s what’s happening to our society. They’re bored and apathetic.”
‘Don’t shoot the messenger’ is a 2,000 year old phrase. It’s from Plutarch. But in World War II, there was a ‘don’t shoot the messenger’ tale that you probably have never heard.
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