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Did you know you can directly download The Glenn Beck Program in MP3 format or have it delivered daily via our custom software or iTunes? Learn more about this impressive feature of the Glenn Beck Insider…
“You know the story. But I don’t know if you’ve ever really heard or read the story.”
During a recent interview, Michelle Obama disclosed some of her experiences with racism in America. When asked to elaborate on what sorts of things happened to her, the first lady told the harrowing story…
Get a laugh out of some of these amazing answers.
Did you miss Glenn, Pat, and Stu’s reaction to the Ferguson decision?
Last night, the grand jury declined to indict police officer Darren Wilson on any charges related to the shooting of black teenager Michael Brown. On radio this morning, Glenn called for peace while also chastising those who would use the grand jury decision and the protests to further divide the country, including President Obama.