Hunter becomes the hunted: Glenn responds to Duck Dynasty controversy
A&E has placed Phil Robertson, an avid hunter and star of the hit series Duck Dynasty, on indefinite hiatus because of comments he made about homosexuality in an interview with GQ magazine. On radio this morning, Glenn reacted to “one of the most incredible stories” he has ever heard and had an announcement for the entire Robertson family: “Duck Dynasty, we would be proud to have you on TheBlaze.” Get Glenn’s full reaction HERE.
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Glenn reflects on the life of Pastor Ken Hutcherson
Yesterday afternoon, Glenn received news that his friend Pastor Ken Hutcherson had passed away at the age of 61 after battling cancer for more than a decade.On radio this morning, Glenn reflected on the life of his friend and the impact Hutch had on Glenn’s life and the lives of all those who met him. WATCH
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#DuckDynastyOnTheBlaze? Fans on Twitter certainly seem to think that would be a good idea
On radio this morning, Glenn offered the Robertson family an alternative to A&E should their show need to find a new home. Based on the social media reaction to Glenn’s offer, it looks like many of you are excited about the idea of Duck Dynasty on TheBlaze. Check out some of the tweets HERE, and join in on the conversation using #DuckDynastyonTheBlaze.
The countdown to Christmas continues this weekend on TheBlaze! Don’t miss our special holiday-themed episodes of Liberty Treehouse, Saturday, December 21 at 9am ET, and the Wonderful World of Stu, Saturday, December 21 at 10pm ET, only on TheBlaze. Learn more about TheBlaze’s holiday lineup HERE.
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Enjoy the season’s best music with TheBlaze
Did you miss The Performance? You can still watch parts I and II on demand HERE. Plus, don’t miss the Millennial Choir’s once-in-a-lifetime final performance in The Performance: Finale, premiering Tuesday, December 24 at 8pm ET. Then, continue to fill your home with sounds of Christmas cheer with Believe Again: The Music, featuring the music videos of both traditional and original Christmas songs from the Believe Again artists. Tune in Tuesday, December 24 at 10pm ET only on TheBlaze. Purchase the Believe Again album HERE.
Intolerant tolerance? Pat & Stu break down the hypocritical reaction to Phil Robertson’s comments
On radio this morning, Pat and Stu could not help but question A&E’s decision in placing Phil Robertson on an indefinite hiatus from Duck Dynasty. While A&E has a right to handle this situation in whatever way it pleases, Robertson has a right to share his opinions. It is incidents like this that seem to prove: The loudest voices of tolerance tend to come from the most intolerant people. MORE
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Tonight’s primetime lineup on TheBlaze TV:
- 5pm ET – The Glenn Beck Program: Buck Sexton fills in for Glenn in NYC and asks the question: What has happened to the First Amendment?
- 6pm ET - Real News: Enjoy a special ‘Top Stories of 2013’ edition, in which the panel takes a look at the events that have defined the year in politics.
- 7pm ET – Wilkow!: In light of Phil Robertson’s indefinite hiatus from Duck Dynasty, Andrew takes a look at the irony of the situation: The loudest voices of tolerance come from the most intolerant people.
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