Do YOU live in one of the 35 states that STILL has COVID-era voting laws?

Do YOU have faith in our electoral system? According to a recent glennbeck.com poll, 98 percent of respondents say they think that our electoral system is NOT reliable and does NOT elect the people's preferred candidate. This statistic is staggering and indicative of the impact the 2020 election has wrought on the nation's overall trust in this foundational institution of our republic.

On-air this week, Glenn and Stu discussed that states need to instill election integrity and credibility back into our electoral system by removing COVID-era absentee ballot laws that caused arguably the most contested election in US history. Regardless of your opinion regarding the integrity of the 2020 election outcome, states should not retain universal ballot laws that open the door to widespread voter fraud and distrust in the election outcome.

If there is any hope of reviving trust in our electoral system, these COVID-era absentee ballot laws HAVE to go...yet 35 of the states still have these laws. Seven states retain "all main elections" in which the government ships ballots to EVERY resident, regardless of whether or not they vote in person. 28 other states maintain "no excuse absentee ballot" laws, which have been proven to be problematic regarding election integrity.

If you live in one of the following 35 states, it’s time to call your representatives and demand that they remove these laws to re-establish election integrity.

California: All-Mail Elections

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Colorado: All-Mail Elections

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Hawaii: All-Mail Elections

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Nevada: All-Mail Elections

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Oregon: All-Mail Elections

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Utah: All-Mail Elections

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Washington: All-Mail Elections

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Alaska: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Arizona: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Florida: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Georgia: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Idaho: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Illinois: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Iowa: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Kansas: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Maine: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Maryland: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Massachusets: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Michigan: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Minnesota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Montana: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Nebraska: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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New Jersey: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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New Mexico: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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North Carolina: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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North Dakota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Ohio: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Oklahoma: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Pennsylvania: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Rhode Island: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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South Dakota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Vermont: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Virginia: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Wisconsin: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Wyoming: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Truth is under attack. The gospel is under attack. We must be aware and equipped if we are going to respond.

Voddie Baucham has a message for Christians in today’s culture—it’s time to take a stand for the truth. In The Ever-Loving Truth, this powerful preacher and teacher addresses the cost of being a twenty-first-century Christian and helps readers apply the unchanging truth of God’s Word to contemporary life issues. The book draws parallels between committed Christians in our society and the New Testament writers, Peter and John, as followers of Christ who proclaimed and stood for truth in their non-Christian environment. You will find this compelling study leads you to evaluate what it means to be a Christian today and how to apply God’s unchanging truth to a variety of circumstances.

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An inspiring survivor of Mao’s Cultural Revolution in China makes a passionate case that history is eerily repeating itself as the Woke Revolution spreads across America.

Xi Van Fleet lived through the horrors of the Chinese Cultural Revolution as a schoolgirl. Forced to the countryside with other young Chinese for re-education after high school, she later escaped communism and found freedom and new a life in America. But more than 30 years later, Xi disturbingly sees signs of the same Cultural Marxism that ravaged her birth country of China threatening to destroy the America she now calls home.
This is her dire warning to the United States.

Xi compellingly tells the story of two Cultural Revolutions: one driven by Mao during her childhood and the one unfolding in today’s America from the progressive left. With captivating personal stories and extensive historic research, Xi reveals the stunning similarities of these two revolutions. This fascinating book shows readers that both revolutions:

  • Use Marxist tactics of division, indoctrination, deception, coercion, cancelation, subversion and violence.
  • Aim to destroy the foundation of the traditional culture to replace it with Marxist ideologies.
  • Weaponize youth, using them as their means to an end.
  • Share the same goal of achieving absolute power at the expense of the people.
  • Lead to the same ending: loss of freedom and totalitarian rule.

Readers will be captivated by the riveting personal story of a Chinese immigrant to the United States who overcame fear and reluctance to get involved in the movement to save America. Her political activism begins with a school board speech in 2021 against Critical Race Theory in Loudoun County, Virginia that unexpectedly goes viral and ignites national media attention. Xi now devotes her life to educating the American public on the shocking parallels between these two revolutions.
Because only when Americans understand what is really happening will they rise up and resist the communist takeover of America.

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For over a decade, philosopher and energy expert Alex Epstein has predicted that any negative impacts of fossil fuel use on our climate will be outweighed by the unique benefits of fossil fuels to human flourishing--including their unrivaled ability to provide low-cost, reliable energy to billions of people around the world, especially the world’s poorest people.

What does the future hold? In Fossil Future, Epstein, applying his distinctive “human flourishing framework” to the latest evidence, comes to the shocking conclusion that the benefits of fossil fuels will continue to far outweigh their side effects—including climate impacts—for generations to come. The path to global human flourishing, Epstein argues, is a combination of using more fossil fuels, getting better at “climate mastery,” and establishing “energy freedom” policies that allow nuclear and other truly promising alternatives to reach their full long-term potential.

Today’s pervasive claims of imminent climate catastrophe and imminent renewable energy dominance, Epstein shows, are based on what he calls the “anti-impact framework”—a set of faulty methods, false assumptions, and anti-human values that have caused the media’s designated experts to make wildly wrong predictions about fossil fuels, climate, and renewables for the last fifty years. Deeply researched and wide-ranging, this book will cause you to rethink everything you thought you knew about the future of our energy use, our environment, and our climate.

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Authors Joshua Charles and Alec Torres of Persecuted From Withinjoined Glenn on "The Glenn Beck Program" to discuss how Christians are being persecuted from within the Church.

Many Catholics have either left the Church or been scandalized by the errors or immorality rampant in her clergy. We’ve watched aghast as faithful Catholics have been restricted or punished without just cause, while those who confuse, contradict, or undermine the Faith are elevated. In this bold and urgent book, the authors notice an apparent absurdity: those most disciplined by the Church at this time are often least deserving of correction. This protracted state of confusion and injustice, plain for all to see, has shaken the faith of millions.

Far from being just another diatribe, these absorbing pages provide a deeply illuminating historical perspective, revealing how this chaotic period in the Church is hardly unprecedented — or unpredicted. Instead, it represents a recurring feature of life in the Church throughout her history and is even a part of the divine plan. With this context, you will be able to make sense of and discover solutions to our present suffering.

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