Check out the new artwork at TheBlaze’s Dallas studios… and the very important message behind it

Glenn has been vocal about the importance of conservatives taking back and influencing culture. From Man in the Moon to the Believe Again Christmas album to 1791 jeans, Glenn and his team have been working hard to offer an alternative, and on radio this morning, Glenn unveiled some new artwork from the American Dream Lab.

“If you happen to be watching us on TV or online, I want to show you a piece of art. We brought in Ben McPherson. He is one of the best artists in the country today. He's a filmmaker, and he is the head of the American Dream Labs. And we just relocated the American Dream Labs here to Texas,” Glenn said. “He sent me an e-mail last night… and he's like, ‘I just put some artwork up because I was tired of looking at this wall.’”

Below is a peek at the art:

“So he puts this artwork up. That's the main hallway of our studio center here. It is enormous. It's David and Goliath,” Glenn explained. “And it is this unbelievable graffiti art that he did of the New York Times trying to stamp out the little guy. And the little guy has a slingshot and the head of TheBlaze.”

While the mural is certainly incredible, it is the message behind it that is even more important. The juggernaut that was the mainstream media and giant corporations is losing it’s influence to small but mighty groups of passionate individuals who are working to make a difference and make a name for themselves through hard work and dedication.

“I was talking to our artists here at TheBlaze yesterday. I went into the section of the building where we have all of our graphic designers, and I said, ‘Guys, we are the new revolutionaries. And it's time we start acting like it,’” Glenn said. “We are the new revolutionaries – like it or not… We're a little guy. We're David. They're Goliath. The little guy wins, but we have to stop acting and looking and sounding like the establishment because we're not. We are anti-establishment. I am proud to say it. I am anti-establishment, and I don't care.”

It wasn’t long ago that the only way to have your voice heard was to write to the editor of your local paper and hope your letter was read or published. It wasn’t long ago that the ‘big three’ of CBS, ABC, and NBC were the only choices for news and entertainment. But now anyone with internet connection has the ability to reach millions.

“Everybody under 30 understands this. There are no limits anymore… You don't have to go through certain gates,” Glenn said. “This is the American Dream. This is the time for the American Dream to really flourish.”

Glenn put a call out to the audience to reach out to TheBlaze if they have building or a large space anywhere in this country that would like to display this artwork and stand with the message it represents.

“You may have a building someplace. If you believe in TheBlaze, if you believe in us, we'd like to send this artwork you way," Glenn offered. "Put it up on your building for us. Show us pictures. We'll show your office. We will show your buidling. We'd love to have your help.”

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Christians are conflicted when it comes to President Donald Trump. Some proudly support him and his policies, while others just can't accept the man behind the boorish language.

Ruth Graham, daughter of the late evangelist Billy Graham, joined Glenn Beck on "The Glenn Beck Podcast" this week to make a case for the president from a Christian's point-of-view.

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WATCH: Dem goes to Trump rally and realizes Dems are screwed in 2020

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On Thursday's radio program ,Glenn interviewed Dr. Karlyn Borysenko, who described what it was like attending a President Trump rally as a Democrat. She told Glenn Beck that crossing party lines is nearly forbidden in liberal circles but she branched out anyway — and learned quite a bit about the other side.

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Ryan: Bernie at the airport Holiday Inn

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Some poor guy booked a hotel at the Holiday Inn Airport Conference Center in Des Moines on February 3, 2020, assuming it would be a harmless Monday night. Only to find himself in the middle of an overflowing Bernie rally on the night of the caucuses.

For the record, the man was not a Bernie Sanders supporter. Far from it. He popped his head backward when I told him where I work, smiling. Well, grinning, to be precise.


After her speech, Klobuchar wandered into the crowd, immediately submerged. Selfies. Everybody wanted them. A minute later, the other candidates began to appear on screen, giving speeches.

"Bernie," asked Justin Robert Young, host of Politics Politics Politics.

"Bernie," I said, and we paced to the car and lurked out onto the depopulated streets and the trenchant cold. But we were both bright with excitement, a couple of detectives. The valet attendants in their satin outfits saw two oddities, and they were right.

Justin Young and I had just left the Des Moines Marriott Downtown for Amy Klobuchar's "Amy for America caucus night party." She gave her speech, in a brilliant maneuver. I skated the Nissan down empty streets, quietly listening to Bernie's speech on the Iowa Public Radio station.

"I love this, what we're about to do," I said, gripping the wheel, words hurried, leaning forward, tapping my left boot. "We're going to hear Bernie talking, then we'll park, then walk through some doors and we will stroll into that very room as Bernie is giving the speech that's being broadcast to millions of people."

It was like how in the game Mario Bros., Mario can jump into giant green storm drains, occasionally. Like leaping into the television and joining the cast.

"There's nobody out on the roads," one of us said. "Holiday Inn, right up there." As broad-winged commercial airplanes floated overhead. We scoured for a parking spot and each second felt wasted. Urgent. We needed to be inside that hotel. But there was nowhere to park. Even the illegal spots were taken. Cars had creviced every inch of parking lot and curb and all that, had even jammed into dark pyramids of sludge.


Rita Dove wrote, "I prefer to explore the most intimate moments, the smaller, crystallized details we all hinge our lives on."


There were so many more journalists press at Bernie's event that the only media spots left were in the overflow room, which itself seemed at capacity. Dank, too. With a heavy vibe, like a sinister library.

The entire hotel exuded gloom. A quietness you hear in locker rooms after a game that should have ended differently.

Bernie supporters, dazed, stomped out into the snow, or to the bathrooms, or just in need of a bit of stomping.


Back to Beechwood Lounge, where we watched the Super Bowl a day earlier. Although it felt like a week had passed since then.

Approaching midnight, by that point.

Because Justin consumes politics with an all-encompassing urgency. As if it's a duty. He's clearly studied history and politics for years. Part historian, part political scientist, but also part reporter and part comedian. On one hand, he's guided by the old school approach to journalism. Objectivity. Solemnity. Accuracy.

An American has the right to tell nobody who they voted for. Or maybe it's a cultural thing.

Snow everywhere you look, piles of it full of gas and oil, and rubbish as well. That day was unseasonably warm. The next would plummet us into literal freezing. The kind of day that slows everyone down. With all that ice, you have to be cautious about every step.

Shame is for the uninitiated.

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In 1990 Michael Bloomberg's employees created a short book full of crude, sexist, and shocking quotes he allegedly said at work, including one story that has him telling a female employee to "kill it" after she announced she was pregnant. Sadly, that story has him fitting right in with the Democratic party in 2020.

The booklet, titled, 'Wit & Wisdom of Michael Bloomberg,' has resurfaced to haunt the Democratic presidential candidate after "The Washington Post" published the full text on Saturday.

On the "Glenn Beck Radio Program" Monday, Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere (filling in for Glenn) shared some of the less colorful (many were too lewd to be repeated on radio,) but no less disgusting quotes.

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