Glenn center stage... at an Eagles concert?


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GLENN: Let me go to Chris, who is the general manager and President. Are you the president of this company?

Chris: President now, yes. You promoted me.

Glenn: Well, that's and it's important, too.

Caller: Yeah, yeah.

Glenn: So, anyway, Chris, you had an interesting weekend. Stu will not tell me what happened to you this weekend.

Chris: Well, I think it's for good reason. I think we all needed to find this out together.

Glenn: Okay.

Chris: So, on Saturday night I decided to go to Madison square garden to view a concert by the Eagles. You know the Eagles?

Glenn: Yes, I do know the Eagles.

Chris: And so I'm sitting there minding my own business, watching the Eagles concert and they're playing all the hits, hotel California.

Glenn: Yes.

Chris: Boys of Summer.

Glenn: End of Innocence? Is it End of Innocence? What is the end of

Stu: End of the Innocence. Those are all Don Henley songs.

Glenn: Well, I know. I'm trying to think of Don Henley is the one that really drives me out of my mind.

Chris: Take it to the limit. Yeah. Good quality stuff.

Glenn: Good quality stuff. How were they?

Chris: They were actually very good and so then another song comes on, Dirty Laundry.

Glenn: Oh, boy.

Chris: Do you remember this song?

Glenn: Oh, I love this song. It's a Don Henley long. Can you play a little of Dirty Laundry? Yes.

Chris: And during Dirty Laundry, they have a full screen, you know, like a full kind of like whole stage screen behind them.

Glenn: I have a feeling I know where this is going and it's not going to turn out well for me?

Chris: Well, Glenn, they had a video montage that they had produced running behind them during the song and the highlight of that video montage was you.

Glenn: At the Eagles concert?

Chris: At the Eagles concert featured, I would say, prominently during the song was highlights from the Glenn Beck program.

Glenn: Can we sue them?

Chris: They have a lot of money. We were in good company because the other people that were in this video Monday damage were Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Jerry Springer.

Glenn: Jerry Springer?

Chris: Hang on. Rupert Murdock and you.

Glenn: Me. Well, that's the evil, right there! Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Rupert Murdock, Jerry Springer, and me.

Chris: Yeah.

Glenn: That's

Stu: The expanded axis of evil.

Glenn: That would be fantastic. I'll have to go to an Eagles concert. Now they can say it to my face!

Chris: What if you just stood on the stage while they were performing the song?

Glenn: You don't know what these guys are singing. Listen to me. You're going to die.

Stu: Congratulations, Glenn, you are now the example of evil journalism.

Glenn: I'm just giving dirty laundry.

Stu: Right.

Glenn: How many times have I said on the air, I can't take it, I can't take the dirty laundry

Stu: Right. Because we used to play this song all the time, kind of like as far as, like, giving an example of that. Shockingly enough, it's now turned around.

Chris: It was mostly real story clips, by the way.

Glenn: Like what did they show?

Chris: A lot of real story graphics about you shouting about oil.

Glenn: Oil, yeah! That would be the thing, too, because you know, you've got everybody in the audience going, yeah! Yeah. That oil thing, that's not a problem. Like, what was I could you hear me? Did you hear any reaction from the crowd, because we're not even known in New York.

Chris: No, no. I think if there was booing, it was Bill O'Reilly or for Murdock.

Glenn: Rupert Murdock?

Stu: Tour dates, the next date, Philadelphia, July 14th at the Wachovia Center.

Glenn: July 14th. Okay. So, that's Saturday. That's a week from Saturday. So

Chris: Of July.

Glenn: Oh, July. We need somebody that's a long wait. Of what are they what, are they talking the walkers to Philadelphia?

Stu: On their website it says the next date is July 14th.

Chris: I think they take a little time to roll in their money between concerts.

Glenn: How much were the tickets?

Chris: $189.

Glenn: What?

Chris: Yeah. So, yeah.

Glenn: Did you have good seats for $189?

Chris: I mean, I wasn't, like, front row or anything. I mean

Glenn: You guys are all too young. I remember when the Jacksons went on tour when Michael Jackson was really, really hot, and I think the tickets were $19 and people went crazy. People were, like, $19? This better be one damn good show! $19 now, you would be, like, am I inside? Does that just get me into the parking lot? Do I have to put my ear up to the glass door?

Chris: I kid you not. My ticket master service charge was $19.

Glenn: Unbelievable.

Chris: That was just on top of the ticket price.

Glenn: Now I feel like it's a deal to come to our show this week. How much are tickets to our show?

Chris: 35 to 45.

Glenn: That's an outrage. Worth every dime but

Stu: You should be 145, apparently. I mean, you could see Glenn Beck on stage live for $45 or you could see him on screen with the Eagles for 189.

Glenn: Why not see the real thing? I mean, I'm just saying. Chris, thanks, man.

Chris: Sure.

Glenn: All right. Bye.

Chris: Bye.

Glenn: I'm becoming that guy. I don't want to be that agree.

Stu: The evil guy? I mean, you have no choice.

Glenn: I'm the evil guy. I know. Do you know if I just had do you know if I just had the flip opinion, do you know how big we would be?

Stu: Yeah. Of oh, I'm seeing it now on YouTube here Glenn.

Glenn: They have it on YouTube?

Stu: It's on YouTube. Yes. There it is.

Glenn: Can't we sue them? Get Joe on the phone. Will you?

Stu: We can't sue them.

Glenn: Why not? They have deep pockets. Let's go for it. It's the American way. Joe is here. That's what he does.

Stu: Yeah. I don't think he would be comfortable with that analysis of what he does.

Glenn: Oh, he's a scumbag attorney and he knows it.

Stu: He's an attorney. I don't know that he would consider himself a scumbag.

Glenn: Oh, he's not personally a scumbag but every attorney, you've got to have a degree of scumbag if you. I mean, I think even Joe will say that.

Stu: Yeah, he probably would. Yes, do I see Jerry Springer clips and then it flashes to Bill O'Reilly. Oh and Elizabeth Hasselbeck has made it.

Glenn: Oh, she's such a dirt bag.

Stu: How evil is Elizabeth Hasselbeck? And then the Morning Show on FOX.

There are new curriculum standards being implemented into schools throughout the nation for health classes that not only go far beyond what's appropriate for young children, but are entrenched in clear political biases, too. Under the standards, third-graders are taught about hormone blockers and endless gender identities, and topics get shockingly graphic for kids as young as 11. Some schools are even teaching their teachers and kids to ignore what parents have to say about these topics. And the worst part may be that many parents are completely unaware what their children are being taught.

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On Thursday's radio program, Grace Smith and her father, Andy, joined Glenn Beck on the phone and provided a first-hand account of Grace's refusal to wear a mask at school.

Smith, 16, began a maskless protest after her school district in Laramie, Wyoming, decided to implement a mask mandate. As a result, Grace received three suspensions, was issued two $500-citations, and was eventually arrested.

"How long were you in jail?" Glenn asked.

Grace said was taken to jail but was never booked nor was she was placed in a jail cell.

Glenn commended Grace's father, Andy, for raising such a "great citizen" and asked if it was Grace's idea to protest. Andy said it was Grace's idea, explaining that they took the position of arguing on the grounds of civil rights rather than the efficacy of wearing a mask.

Grace has since withdrawn from public school and started a home school program. She also told Glenn that she will continue to fight the school district, legally.

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