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GLENN: Another gift coming from me. Here is, here is why I have to bring this up. Because this wasn't a vote for Scott Brown. It's not a I mean, you know, I was on the air in Chicago today with WIND, our affiliate in Chicago, and we were talking having conversation about, you know, was he a good candidate or was it just healthcare or whatever. And he didn't stink as a candidate. I mean, he was, you know, he's a good candidate as far as he said the right things, he had the, you know, right lines, et cetera, et cetera. And she was a bad candidate. But that's not what this was about. This was not a personality contest. So with that being said, we've got to be really I mean, we you know, the people in Massachusetts, I don't know okay. Has anybody seen the beautiful 1982 nude pictures of Scott Brown?

STU: I have not searched for those myself, no.

GLENN: A little disturbing.

PAT: Unfortunately somebody shoved the cellphone picture of it, "Look at this" right in my face yesterday. During the TV meeting.

STU: You didn't mean to see these pictures.

PAT: Please. It's a guy!

STU: They just happened to get in front of you.

PAT: It's a guy!

STU: No, I'm just saying you were admitting.

GLENN: There's nothing more luscious than a guy naked.

PAT: Ooh! That was my reaction, ick! He really did that? I thought that was Olbermann just being Olbermann. He really was naked.

GLENN: Oh, no, he did that.

PAT: Yeah, he was. You didn't see anything but he's naked.

STU: That Seinfeld comes to mind of the good naked and the bad naked when his girlfriend is walking around and that's fine and then he's like belt sanding naked? Not fine.

PAT: (Laughing).

GLENN: Exactly right. Okay. So you've got a question. Now again this is 1982 but you've got to question, what were you thinking? And then last night after the victory speech his family is up next to him and his daughters were there. Now, I have three daughters. So I have a little bit of experience of saying and doing the wrong thing with my every dad has done stupid things that you get home and your wife says, what the heck were you even thinking about? These are our daughters.

PAT: Absolutely.

GLENN: Right?

PAT: Absolutely.

GLENN: Because guys, you cannot figure women out. You can't you don't know the psychosis that is chickdom. Oh, see, Sarah, look at Sarah. Sarah just looked at me like, what are you

STU: She knows it better than anyone.

GLENN: You want to bring that up

STU: That's right, you heard me.

GLENN: Psychosis. Guys you can figure out: Food, sex. That's it.

STU: Two step process.

GLENN: It really is. Feed me, make love to me, let me sleep.

STU: Sleep, yeah. That would be the third, sleep.

GLENN: Come on.

STU: That's pretty much the bottom line.

GLENN: That's pretty much it. That's pretty much it. We're simple.

STU: Uncomplicated begs.

GLENN: Women are psychos.

STU: A tad of a generalization. It's possible that's a

GLENN: No, here's the thing, and I mean this one sincerely. I can't there are times that I just walk into, you know you know what? I feel like, you know, when Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and he's running out and he's got the, you know, he's got the statue, "Throw me the statue! Throw me the whip!" And he throws the statue and the guy doesn't throw the whip. And then he goes underneath the door and he sees the other guy impaled? You know what I mean? Like, oh, yeah, should have thrown me the whip. That's the way I think dads feel once in a while if you have daughters. That you'll just all of a sudden step into it and you are just like... and you're impaled on the side of the cave. Am I right?

PAT: Uh huh. Uh huh.

GLENN: So as a guy who has experienced that before, I understand. But I don't understand the thinking of Scott Brown last night with his two daughters and national TV audience when he says this. Have you heard this, Stu?

STU: I have not, no.

BROWN: And just in case anybody who's watching throughout the country, they're both available.

PAT: Speaking of his daughters here.

GLENN: Stop, stop, stop, stop. Stop, stop, stop, stop. All right. Bad enough.

PAT: Yeah, that's bad.

GLENN: Bad enough. Hey, my two daughters on the meat market. If this if this isn't the... and the spear is coming out of the cave where a guy I would never have done this, but you a guy could you know, you could see a stupid guy say something like that and then going oh, jeez, what did I just do?

PAT: As a dad you go the opposite way.

GLENN: Exact

PAT: By the way, for my nationwide audience, for the it. Off limits. Okay? They are going to be in a berka next stop it.

GLENN: Now they are standing behind him. He says this. Now, you know immediately my wife would have pieces of my body in a drawer this morning just on this.

STU: This is very much raining on parades.

GLENN: My daughters would never have spoken to me ever again.

PAT: Nope.

GLENN: Had I am I wrong? Dad, national television! What are you doing? Okay, that's what the

PAT: Do you know how many psychos there are out there?

GLENN: Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. And my wife

PAT: That's why I said it, stupid.

GLENN: Oh, my gosh! All right? Collection of my parts in drawers scattered throughout my house. But he didn't stop there.

BROWN: Only kidding, only kidding. Only kidding, only kidding. Arianna, Arianna definitely is not available. Ayla is.

PAT: And his wife is yelling, stop! In the background.

BROWN: This is Arianna and this is Ayla.

GLENN: And did you see me naked in Cosmo? Okay. Stop. Stop. Listen, listen, listen. Listen. I want to chastity belt on this man. I want his every move watched in Washington. I don't trust this guy. I'm just telling ya.

PAT: This is a creepy moment.

GLENN: This one could end with this one could end up with a dead intern.

PAT: Dead intern? I'm not sure I'd go that far.

STU: No, I'm pretty sure that's not.

GLENN: In a dead intern.

STU: I'm saying, though, isn't that just a bad trying to be cutesy with a little joke?

PAT: Creepy.

GLENN: This is you as a guy who doesn't have daughters.

STU: Yeah, this is adorable overprotective father syndrome.

GLENN: No, no, no, no.


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GLENN: And then everywhere you go, you are like, what are you looking at? What are you looking at? You think I don't see that? I know you because I am you, brother.

STU: But to quote Pat Gray here for a moment: Do you know how many psychos are out there? I mean, yes, obviously. But these women are living their own lives protecting themselves every day.

GLENN: Oh, oh, I'm sorry. Do you know, have you watched my life?

STU: I have watched your life.

GLENN: Yeah. Have you noticed, like, the FBI is involved?

STU: I know, but

GLENN: I mean, do you know how it only takes one psycho. He's on a national stage.

STU: He's a little overexcited over a big win. He's having trying to make a joke about his

GLENN: I don't ever want you to say he was a little overexcited, ever again. I don't ever want to hear that phrase out in I'm just sayin'. Congratulations. Now let's monitor him. Let's put an ankle bracelet on him. Let's just know where he is at all times.

STU: You are raining on the parade.

GLENN: I'm just saying.

STU: We needed ten minutes of celebration and you are nonstop rain cloud.

GLENN: Okay, we'll get to the celebration now.

STU: Thank you.

GLENN: If that's what you think is appropriate.

The Purple Heart is reserved for those wounded or killed during battle. Awarded by the President, the medal has George Washington's image right there on the front of it. Make no mistake, it is reserved for heroes. True heroes. Men and women who've faced death and still persevered. Soldiers who fought in battle at the cost of their limbs, their lives, or their inner peace. John F. Kennedy earned a Purple Heart for his heroism as a gunboat pilot in 1944. John McCain received one for, well, we all know his horrific story. Colin Powell. Roughly one million Purple Heart medals have been awarded to veterans, all of whom were determined to have fought valiantly, with courage and heart.

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So it was a bit of a head-scratcher to hear comments from Democratic Representative Steve Cohen from Tennessee and self-appointed "Leader in Effort to #ImpeachTrump." During a House Oversight Committee hearing questioning Peter Strzok, Cohen said, perplexingly, that Strzok deserves a Purple Heart. You know, because he's injured by all those mean text messages that HE sent?

As we've seen, other than Cohen's fanboy praise, Strzok hasn't gotten off easy. Thankfully. The Department of Justice's Office of the Inspector General wrote: "We did not have confidence that Strzok's decision to prioritize the Russia investigation over following up on the Midyear-related investigative lead discovered on the [Anthony] Weiner laptop was free from bias."

Lack of confidence. I believe that's one of the criteria for a different medal. Not a Purple Heart, though. Sorry, Strzok, you'll have to get your trophy elsewhere.

Time mgazine is back at it again, reporting the real news, doing the proper journalism. One of their latest articles is sure to earn them a Pulitzer. Surely. The article is titled, "Women Are Buying Up Plan B Because They're Terrified of the Future Supreme Court."

Here's how the article opens:

Within hours of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement announcement last month, Emily Hauser was standing at a drugstore counter asking a pharmacist for two packages of Plan B. At age 53, she didn't need the emergency contraception pills — in fact, she wasn't sure who would, or when. But Hauser bought them anyway.

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I like that the article sets up Kennedy's retirement as an apocalyptic event. A recurring theme in the mainstream media, now that I think of it, especially lately. Here's the gist of it:

Across the country, Americans are stockpiling emergency contraception in light of Justice Kennedy's retirement and President Donald Trump's Monday nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. The nation's highest court is on its way to having a conservative majority, making threats against Roe v. Wade seem more dire than ever.

A good article includes backstory. History. The context. Here's what Time had to say about the sudden influx—some would say panic—in birth control:

To understand the interest in buying up Plan B, you need to brush up on Roe v. Wade. Some background: The court handed down the 7-2 decision in 1973, confirming that a woman's right to terminate her pregnancy is covered by the Fourteenth Amendment. Progress has been rocky since then.

Of course they reduce the issue to a series of strawman fallacies.

Ah, yes. Of course they reduce the issue to a series of strawman fallacies. At this point, it's impossible for those inflicted with Trump Derangement Syndrome, and now Kavanaugh Derangement Syndrome, to have a civil conversation. They certainly aren't going to budge in their opinion. Our main goal, obviously, is to connect to them as fellow human beings, living in the same chaotic world, and, hey, maybe along the way they'll admit that, maybe, they're a little more biased and deranged than they previously realized.

If all you knew about American politics came from The New York Times, CNN, The Washington Post, or MSNBC, you'd think that a "Blue wave" is about to swamp the country, with hip, millennial geniuses like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez surfing the crest of the wave. In fact, you would already think Ocasio-Cortez is the greatest hope for America since Barack Obama.

America is a very large country, and reality is usually more complex than the media lets on. But, since the media already has their narrative and superstar Ocasio-Cortez set for this November, there's no room for another young, minority, female, child of immigrants, political outsider, from the ultimate blue-wave state of California, named Elizabeth Heng. Well, there probably would be room for a story like that, except that she's a conservative.

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Thirty-two-year-old Elizabeth Heng is running for Congress against Democrat Jim Costa, in California's 16th district. It's been 40 years since a Republican won in that district.

In the early 1980s, Heng's parents fled the violence in Cambodia and immigrated to the U.S. In 2008, after graduating from Stanford where she was student-body president, Heng opened several cell-phone stores with her brothers in the central San Joaquin Valley. Running her own business and managing 75 employees opened her eyes to a not-so-dirty secret about capitalism trying to survive the virus of progressivism. She says, "I saw firsthand how government regulations impacted businesses negatively. I constantly felt that from Washington, D.C., and Sacramento, they were saying that I was everything wrong with our country, when all I was doing was creating jobs."

That's when she decided to venture to Washington, D.C., where she worked for six years learning the ins and outs of legislation and campaigning. She ended up working as a director for President Trump's inauguration ceremony, a job she managed while also finishing her MBA at Yale.

Fiscal responsibility isn't quite as sexy-sounding as free college for everyone.

One of the biggest lessons she learned working in Washington became the platform she is now running for office on: fiscal responsibility. She says, "In a family or a business, we don't suddenly act surprised when a budget comes up for the year. We get it done."

What a concept.

Still, fiscal responsibility isn't quite as sexy-sounding as free college for everyone. So, don't expect Elizabeth Heng to replace Ocasio-Cortez as the media darling anytime soon.

Desperate as they are to discredit Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, progressives have come up with a brilliant new angle for their attacks on President Donald Trump's candidate: his "frat boy"-sounding first name.

"We'll be DAMNED if we're going to let five MEN—including some frat boy named Brett—strip us of our hard-won bodily autonomy and reproductive rights," tweeted pro-choice organization NARAL.

“Now, I don't know much about Kavanaugh, but I'm skeptical because his name is Brett," said late night show comedian Stephen Colbert. “That sounds less like a Supreme Court justice and more like a waiter at a Ruby Tuesday's. 'Hey everybody, I'm Brett, I'll be your Supreme Court justice tonight. Before you sit down, let me just clear away these rights for you.'"

But as Glenn Beck noted on today's show, Steven Colbert actually changed the pronunciation of his name to sound French when he moved from South Carolina to Manhattan … perhaps to have that certain je ne sais quoi.

Watch the clip below to see Colbert attempt to explain.

Colbert's name games.

Desperate as they are to discredit Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, progressives have come up with a brilliant new angle for their attacks on President Donald Trump's candidate: his "frat boy"-sounding first name.


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