GLENN: Real quick, Dan, I promised that we would get in a little bit to this article that was written to me in the Ohio State, what is it called, the LAN earn?
DAN: The Lantern, yes.
GLENN: Which is the Ohio State University newspaper and it was written by a journalism student, a Junior, 30-year-old journalism student who wrote this article about me and it was -- the whole thing was proving a point in a sarcastic way about how easy it is to call somebody a racist. If I can call Hillary Clinton a racist or anybody who supports her a racist for not voting for Barack Obama and it came out we did this monologue the Monday after Bill Clinton was kind of slipping some things in there and I said, oh, my gosh, I love this; look how easy it is to be them! . This journalism student wrote a very long, intense, very condescending article about how stupid people are that listen to talk radio. Journalism students are not and they saw that I was calling people racists and Hillary Clinton is clearly not a racist, nor are her supporters, and he goes into all kinds of stuff, and people just need to be careful when they're listening to the radio because you'll hear nonsense like this that just isn't true. What a dummy! This guy should get an F in journalism just for the -- he should never be allowed to be a journalist just based on this, unless he says, oh, my gosh, was I an idiot; I've learned my lesson.
DAN: Right, right. Well, apparently they are standing by their man at the Lantern.
GLENN: Oh, of course they are.
DAN: I'm sure they got a few e-mails after they included this article and your commentary in our daily newsletter and so here's one of the responses actually they got back. Somebody e-mailed in basically asking what kind of program are you running there; does anyone actually read the stuff before it's published. And their response is, thanks for your input. You are more than welcome to either teach a class or come work with the editors of the paper.
GLENN: Oh, I would love -- I would love to go teach a journalism class. May I go teach a journalism class? I bet I have more experience than the professor.
DAN: Well, I don't know if they like, you know, people who skew things like you do, Glenn.
GLENN: No, no, no. No, no. I have it from the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle that I'm a journalist.
DAN: That's right, that's right. So you do have the credentials.
GLENN: Yeah. One of the most liberal papers in the country. The editor said on television I'm a journalist. I said, no, I'm not. He said, yes, you are. Okay. I would love to teach a journalism class. Wouldn't that be fun?
DAN: Be very interesting indeed. And they say, by the way, opinion articles are just that, opinion. We will definitely take submissions from you, by the way.
Now, that's great. You know, maybe it was an opinion piece. That's fine. But you might want to have your, you know, writers on staff base their opinion on something that's fact. I'm just saying.
GLENN: I mean, that's incredible. That's incredible. Opinion is opinion. You are right. Opinion is opinion and everybody has an opinion. But there's something also that, you know, borders slander. I mean, you know, if I went on and I said, my gosh, I just can't, I just can't believe how Hillary Clinton is, you know, --
DAN: Killing babies. That murderer!
GLENN: Killing babies for folks, that's crazy talk!
DAN: I'm against that!
GLENN: Who's not against that? You should be aware that if you're voting for Hillary Clinton, you would be voting for somebody who's killing babies. I think there's a difference between having actual facts back up your opinion. But what do I know? You know, I'm not a journalist -- oh, no, wait. I am a journalist. Oh, that makes me happy. Thanks, San Francisco Chronicle.