Fusion Magazine: Stu takes on good sportsmanship

It was late in the game as Wisconsin quarterback Jon Budmayr dropped back to pass deep in his own territory, scrambled left to avoid the rush, and noticed wide receiver Jared Abbrederis streaking deep down the field in single coverage. Budmayr threw it as far as he could, and it was a good thing, because it cleared the outstretched fingertips of Indiana’s safety by only about four inches. Abbrederis caught the ball as the leaping defender fell to the ground and walked in for a 74 yard touchdown.

It was a spectacular play, but not because it won the national championship, or even one of the thousands of meaningless bowls sponsored by car rental companies. It was spectacular because it made the score 76-13. This wasn’t a run up the middle. It wasn’t a screen pass that the receiver broke for a long touchdown. This was a highly ranked Wisconsin team, beating up on an overmatched Indiana team by mercilessly airing it out even though they were already leading 69-13 deep into the second half.

Good.

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Czar-At-Large: Call 911

Brian Sack takes a look at how the country has been affected by the Arizona shootings, the future of the internet, a flashback to his old job and Glenn’s Broadway review…

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Fusion Magazine: Entrepreneurs – Leading the Way Out

Entrepreneurs, free to pursue their economic dreams, built America! They are, and always have been, its creators of jobs, growth, and wealth.

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Fusion Magazine: Morality and Religion

From the Jan-Feb 2011 Issue of Fusion Magazine. Many people today think that religion should be kept separate from government, but in truth, the faith of a people is the most important aspect of civil society. George Washington wrote in his “Farewell Address” in 1796, “[of] all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports.”

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Fusion Magazine: Introducing E4

From the Jan-Feb 2011 Issue of Fusion Magazine: In November of 2009, Glenn spent a weekend at The Villages in Florida, where he announced that he would be holding an event at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. There he would unveil “The Plan,” a book that would establish a hundred year path for America, leading to a restored nation. But over 2009 and 2010 the idea for the DC event transformed into a celebration of Faith, Hope, and Charity. Glenn argued that in order to restore our nation, we must turn back to God and embody the values of our Founders.

On August 28, 2010, at the Restoring Honor rally, Glenn recognized individuals who embodied these values and spread the message of Faith, Hope, and Charity to the masses. He called for Americans to never forget that one person could change the world, and that the next George Washington could be an eight-year-old child in the crowd. After his inspiring speech, the crowd went on their way to take the message back to their communities and that was it, right? Wrong.

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Czar-At-Large: Glenn’s Books

Week of January 10th, 2011: Brian Sack takes a look at Glenn’s new books and more…

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Week of January 10, 2011 on Insider Extreme

What’s coming up on Insider Extreme this week? Czar at Large Brian Sack reflects on the many Glenn books from the past year. In a brand new Liberal Lies, Professor Larry Schweikart explains the origins of the income tax and how tax cuts benefit ALL Americans! Also, did you see the new vignette of memories from Wilmington? Learn more…

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This Week On Insider Extreme…

Happy New Year Insider Extreme members! After a holiday break, Insider Extreme is back and bigger than ever!

We are proud to introduce you to the new and improved glennbeck.com and to kick off the new site we’d like to give you a rundown of what you can expect from the new layout and design. So what’s new and exciting for 2011? Here’s a look…

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The new and improved GlennBeck.com!

Welcome Insider Extreme members to our new and improved website! To kick off the new site we’d like to give you a rundown of what you can expect from and address questions you might have about the new layout and design. Please take a few minutes to look over the content below and then let us know what you think about the new site! So what can you expect from the new site? Here’s a look…
HD Video – Bigger and better, our new HD video player is now live. Additionally we will soon be offering an adaptive bitrate stream — that’s a techy way of saying if you have a faster internet connection you’ll receive even better picture than before! Additionally if you’re on a slower connection the video will decrease it’s bandwidth to help with issues like buffering and skipping!

iPhone App – coming VERY soon! Our new FREE iPhone app will give you an optimized/streamlined way to access Extreme video, both live and on-demand! Look for more information on this in the days to come.

iPhone / iPad / Droid compliant – When our last website was built the iPhone wasn’t even out yet, but the world has changed a lot in the last few years. With the new GlennBeck.com you can access most of the features of the Insider directly from your phone if it’s HTML5 compliant (most modern phones are including iPhone, iPad and Droid).

More videos onscreen – With our new site you’ll have easier access to our video archives. Take a look at our videos page here. With our increased player sized and more thumbnails it’s easier than ever to find or just browse the archives!

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Improvements to your Insider Extreme subscription

Hi, it’s Christopher Balfe, President of Mercury Radio Arts. Thank you for being an Insider Extreme subscriber. We launched Insider Extreme in March with the goal of delivering tons of original video that you can’t get anywhere else. Since then, Insider Extreme has delivered thousands of hours of exclusive live video, including amazing events like America’s Divine Destiny. The reaction has been nothing short of incredible. Over 52,000,000 videos have been viewed since launch. This is great, but we want to deliver even more. That’s why I’m excited to share with you today some major enhancements to your Insider Extreme subscription.

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