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Glenn Honors One of America’s First Civil Rights Leaders

Today is Martin Luther King Day, a day when Americans celebrate the life and achievements of the late great civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a who was most well known for his non-violent campaign for racial equality in the United States.

On his show today, Glenn honored another of history’s champions for social and political equality for black Americans: Booker T. Washington. Born a slave, Washington rose to become one of the most influential African American leaders of the late 19th century. In 1901, Washington published “Up from Slavery” an autobiography which chronicles more than 40 years of his life.

“It’s not a message for black people or white people. It’s a message for people,” said Glenn of Washington’s autobiography. Watch the video clip above to hear Glenn break down the “hiSTORY” of Booker T. Washington and his extraordinary biography, “Up from Slavery.”

This article provided courtesy of TheBlaze.
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WOMAN CONFRONTS BETO O'ROURKE ON GUNS: 'Hell NO' to taking my AR 15!

During a campaign stop in Aurora, Colorado recently, a woman named Lauren Boebert confronted Beto O'Rourke about his recent statement that "hell yes" certain guns — like the AR 15 — would be confiscated during his presidency. Boebert said "Hell No," then explained to Beto why a gun confiscation will done nothing good for the safety of America.

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SEPTEMBER 11th TRIBUTE: Never forget 9/11

Never forget the lives lost on September 11th, 2001. We give tribute to the nearly three thousand people murdered on 9/11 -- whether inside the World Trade Center, the brave men and women who ran towards the danger, or aboard the four planes. And we remember the millions of Americans who stood together in the days after.