As the avid reader he is, Glenn plowed through an untold number of books over the weekend including one written by friend of Glenn and "talk radio legend" Mark Levin. With Levin joining Glenn on radio Monday, Glenn described the first line of Plunder and Deceit as "one of the most powerful first lines of any book I've read."
"Can we simultaneously love our children, but betray their generation and generations yet born?" Glenn quoted from the book.
Glenn said the book gave him a greater understanding of how bad things have become in our country, with stats to prove it.
"In your chapter on education, good heavens. I mean, we've been talking about Common Core and all the things that are dragging us down. You have the actual stats in there on how bad things are. It's an abomination. We are truly trapping our children in slavery," Glenn said.
Glenn also pointed out the book didn't shy away from offering tangible solutions, one of which coincides very much with what Glenn has been talking about recently, with "Never Again is Now."
"His solution is a new civil rights movement. He is correct," Glenn said.
Levin described each of the 11 chapters of his book as a pamphlet.
"You know, back in the prerevolutionary period, they used to communicate by pamphlets and sitting down at the table in the restaurant or talking to neighbors," Levin explained.
Mark pointed to Glenn's Never Again Is Now: Restoring Unity event as a great opportunity to define our nation's civil rights.
"I'm saying, this is needs to be a real - a real and a vibrant civil rights movement, starting with a handful of people and hopefully moving along," Levin said.
Of the book, Glenn said, "it is really, really good" and "I can't recommend it highly enough."
Listen to the exchange below.