With Glenn on vacation for the holidays, we’re counting down the top Glenn moments of 2012. What were this year’s highlights? Stay tuned to the Glenn Beck newsletter to find out!

If you thought businesses could put aside partisan differences in order to treat their paying customers with equality, you thought wrong. Glenn made the fateful decision to fly from NYC to Dallas with American Airlines and it turned out to be a gigantic mistake. The staff aboard the plane were deliberately combative with Glenn and his family to the point of ridiculousness. The attendant was polite and friendly with other customers but noticeably changed his tune when serving Glenn. He became rude and abrupt, even forcefully slamming down his drink on the tray when being served beverages during the flight. Glenn lambasted the experience on radio and TV, vowing to never fly the airline again. The company responded by saying they were investigating the situation. Just another day in the life of a conservative in a world filled with tolerant, loving liberals.

Missed yesterday’s top Glenn moment of 2012? Find out what it was HERE.

The best way to spread Christmas cheer… Is singing loud for all to hear! Liberty Treehouse’s Raj Nair get tourists in Times Square to sing Christmas Carols — WATCH!

Stories from TheBlaze: BREAKING: Mexican authorities to release imprisoned U.S. Marine — STORY.

See the chart that supporters of a federal assault weapons ban won’t want to see HERE.

This kids got game: The players surrounding this 4-foot-5 fifth-grader may have a few feet — and years — on him, but don’t let him fool you. This fifth-grader can dominate high schoolers on the basketball court. WATCH.

Meet your U.S. Ambassador to Finland: Believe it or not, this is the U.S. Ambassador to Finland’s Christmas card. See the photo and get the full story.

Will Congress strike a deal?
Get the latest news on the ‘fiscal cliff’ talks HERE, and see Real News from TheBlaze‘s analysis on Speaker Boehner’s ‘Plan B’ HERE.

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So funny it’s depressing:  Watch the hilarious ‘fiscal cliff’ skit from The B.S. of A. that asks the common sense question: “What about just spending a lot less?” The answer is hilarious…and depressing.

Watch Glenn’s Christmas Special ON DEMAND!
Glenn Beck’s Family Christmas is now available on demand for TheBlaze TV Plus subscribers and DVD pre-order. Enjoy this Christmas classic with your friends and family for years to come. Get all the details HERE.

2012: A Look Back with TheBlaze
2012 was an eventful year. This New Year’s Eve, your favorite personalities from TheBlaze reflect back on what they remember most and share some of their favorite stories of the year. Join us on New Year’s Eve as we look back at 2012 and forward to 2013 — only on TheBlaze TV.

We have everyone on your gift list covered….
Young Adults: Michael Vey and Michael Vey 2: Rise of the Elgen are the must-read hit books of the year! Women: The Snow Angel is an amazing, emotionally charged story about the power of starting over. Men: Signed copies of Glenn’s new thriller novel Agenda 21 (with a leather gift box!) are still available. Kids: The Christmas Sweater: A Picture Book is a beautifully illustrated companion to the #1 bestselling adult novel, The Christmas Sweater.

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