WATCH: This Kindergartener Gets the Constitution. Why Can't Politicians?

Meet Sawyer. He's in kindergarten. He lives in Texas.

Meet Senator Mike Lee. He's a lawyer (but a nice one). He lives in Utah and Washington, D.C.

Can a nice lawyer explain the U.S. Constitution to a kindergartener? Those are big ideas, but they're simple, too. Maybe too simple.

Politicians often make laws in the Constitution seem way more complicated than they are. That's what causes problems --- when lawyers, politicians and the government try to muck things up instead of keeping them simple and pure.

Sawyer gets it. Why can't they?



The Singularity? Elon Musk unveils plans to merge human brains with AI

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Tim Ballard: 12-year-old former ISIS captive needs your help

Founder and CEO of Operation Underground Railroad and the Nazarene Fund, Tim Ballard, joined the Glenn Beck Program to give us an update on 12-year old Zeinal, an ISIS captive for almost five years. Zeinal was rescued by the Nazarene Fund last March after being seriously injured by mortar shrapnel and left for dead in Baghuz, Syria. Watch the video to hear Tim's update.