Glenn’s emotional message to Israel: Forgive us, for we know not what we do
On Tuesday, the Federal Aviation Administration temporarily banned all U.S. airlines from flying to and from Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel. The ban followed reports a Hamas rocket infiltrated Israeli airspace and landed near the airport. On radio this morning, Glenn issued a harsh condemnation of the FAA and the Obama Administration for empowering Hamas via this decision. Glenn reiterated his personal support of Israel and its right to defend itself. WATCH
Author Stephen King under fire for slamming Tea Party, Christians on Twitter
Bestselling author Stephen King got into a bit of trouble on Twitter Tuesday after he lambasted the Tea Party and Christians for what he believes to be their position on the current immigration crisis. Fortunately, there were plenty of conservatives and Christians – including TheBlaze’s own Dana Loesch and Dan Andros – ready to put King in his place. Glenn discussed King’s ignorance on radio this morning. WATCH
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Outrage ensues after former NFL coach Tony Dungy says he would not have drafted league’s first openly gay player
Super Bowl winning coach and NBC Sports analyst Tony Dungy is under fire for comments he made in an interview about St. Louis Rams defensive end Michael Sam – the first openly gay NFL player. Dungy told the Tampa Tribune he would not have drafted Sam to his team. On radio this morning, Glenn, Pat, and Stu reacted to the phony outrage. WATCH
Rand Paul: If you want immigration reform, you need to secure the border first
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has yet to confirm whether or not he will seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016, but he recently wrapped up a trip to Silicon Valley during which he met with industry heavyweights. On radio this morning, Paul joined Glenn to discuss his trip in addition to current events like immigration, Israel, and Russia. MORE
Don’t miss the encore presentation of We Will Not Conform
Did you miss the live broadcast of We Will Not Conform? Not to worry. You still have another chance to be part of the historic event. On Tuesday, July 29, Glenn and Fathom Events invite you to your local movie theatre to experience an encore showing of the national night of action against Common Core. We Will Not Conform is a chance for anyone who’s tired of sitting idly by as the federal government continues its takeover of our schools to come together and do something about it. Learn more about the encore and purchase your tickets HERE.
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Overstock CEO explains why Woodrow Wilson’s presidency was America’s tipping point
On Tuesday’s Glenn Beck Program, Glenn continued his conversation with Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne. If you are at all familiar with Glenn’s radio and television programs, you know how much he loves (or is it hates?) President Woodrow Wilson and his progressive policies. Byrne agreed Wilson’s progressivism is the root cause of much of America’s issues today, and he explained why historians will one day pinpoint the Wilson Administration as the time “we really got off track” as a nation. WATCH
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Glenn offers viewers the first look at his new home – Stage 19 at Mercury Studios
Tuesday proved to be a very busy and exciting day at Mercury Studios. Glenn opened the Glenn Beck Program by introducing viewers to the newly renovated Stage 19 at Mercury Studios in Dallas. Aside from the familiar American Dream Labs mural, the new set is virtually unrecognizable. Check out the new studio HERE.
WATCH: Do you have a right to clean water?
In yet another sign of the troubled times in Detroit, the city recently suspended water shutoffs for 15 days because some 10,000 residents were living without water after failing to pay their bills. This led to a debate in Tuesday’s Daily Briefing as to whether or not clean, filtered water is a right. Watch the fascinating conversation HERE.
Former Mississippi candidate Chris McDaniel says the GOP needs to be ‘purged’
Last month, Mississippi State Senator Chris McDaniel (R) lost a close runoff to four-decade long incumbent Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS). In the immediate aftermath of the runoff, McDaniel’s campaign questioned the legality of the tactics used and refused to concede. On radio this morning, McDaniel explained what comes next in his fight for transparency and fairness in the election process and clarified his recent comments about “purging” the Republican Party. Watch the interview HERE.
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