Mayan Calendar & the world ends in 11 days

End of World Update

End of World Update: Mayan Calendar & the world ends in 11 days
The radio show took a dark turn away from the holiday cheer this morning when Glenn, Pat and Stu spent a few moments discussing one of the most pertinent issues facing, not just America, but the world. No, not the fiscal cliff…the Mayans. In just 11 short days the end of the world could be upon us.

See more pics of a crumbling Detroit
There’s nothing like Detroit, especially this time of year. It’s no coincidence that as they continue voting for liberal Democrats, the state remains in dire economic straits. Elections have consequences, and for Detroit those consequences include the city slowly but surely falling apart. Check out these amazing pictures and get Glenn’s reaction.

Tonight’s Primetime Lineup on TheBlaze TV

  • 5pm ET – The Glenn Beck Program: Is it the end of the world as we know it? Glenn looks into the Mayan calendar and the Zombie apocalypse.
  • 6pm ET – Real News: Unemployment – breaking down the difference between unemployment in the public and private sectors.
  • 7pm ET – Wilkow!: Why is President Obama Still Campaigning?
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Muslim Brotherhood has torture chambers
This may come as a surprise to those who believed the administration when they said the Brotherhood was a “mostly secular” organization comprised of freedom thinking peacemakers — but surprise! They’re operating torture chambers and whipping protesters right into shape. Glenn has the story on radio today.

Glenn’s Family Christmas This Thursday! Glenn invites you into his home with family and friends to enjoy holiday music and touching stories. Watch the children in a real-life nativity play and find out how this year Glenn discovers the true meaning of Christmas. It’s a heartwarming Christmas special for the entire family — this Thursday, December 13th at 8pm ET on TheBlaze TV Plus – click for details! Kids rob a young woman in church parking lot TheBlaze reported on a truly strange and frightening story that began in a church parking lot over the weekend. A young teen was waiting for her parents to leave the church when two young boys approached the girl and brandished a firearm. She eventually left unharmed, but while being interviewed about the incident the boy confronted her live on camera — WATCH.

The B.S. of A.’s Brian Sack was attacked on the NYC Subway! Luckily, a NY Post photographer was there to help…well, sort of — WATCH.

Glenn’s son has a plan for a lightning gun (seriously)
Kids say the darndest things and Glenn Beck’s kids say even more darndest things. It’s always great being around an 8-year-old because they’re full of ideas, no matter how big or how small they may seem. Take Raphe Beck’s idea for a lightning gun. Crazy? Sure. But do I want to know all about it? You bet. DETAILS.

WATCH: Toddler becomes star of music performance
When a toddler was wheeled over to a street performer it didn’t take long for the stroller-bound lad to win over the crowd. Apparently, inspired by the man’s singing, the youngster began belting out the tune and stole the show — Watch the moment HERE.

Aussie Prank story takes another bizarre turn
The radio station responsible for prank calling the nurse who was caring for Kate Middleton has taken drastic measures after that nurse committed suicide. The station has banned prank calls and has fired the show responsible for the bit. Will that solve anything? Glenn reacts on radio today.

The Curse of Ted McGinley: Does Ted McGinley kill every show he has ever been on? Pat & Stu review the startling evidence.

Glenn’s e-book thriller series: Great news! The sixth episode in the WRATH & RIGHTEOUSNESS e-book series has been released! There are ten episodes in total (about 5-6 full books worth of content), and we’re releasing them over the course of about one year. You’ll find easy download links to all episodes HERE. Have a question or comment about the series? Visit our FAQ page.

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