Another beautiful morning here in New York City. I'm pretty sure I lost a finger to frostbite while waiting for the subway this morning. It didn't help that Glenn's office was the about the temperature of a meat locker this morning. But don't worry, Glenn had three blankets and a heating pad to keep him warm, while the rest of us quietly developed hypothermia.
Anyway, what’s coming up on the show today?
What’s the great American Experiment? The Founders believed that man could rule himself, and America represents this belief. But in an age of big government and bloated bureaucracy, what kind of individual does it take to exemplify this belief?
Why aren’t students learning at college? What happens when the youth don’t learn reason? Glenn will present a new study and the effect it could have on America.
Glenn will respond to the latest The New York Times and makes clear his stance on nonviolence. And why does the media not cover the violence directed towards Glenn?
Glenn will talk about the growing debt burdens facing states across the country. Where do they come from and how will they handle it?
Pianist Lang Lang played an anti-American song during a performance at the White House. Glenn will address this story on radio and TV today.
Glenn will say goodbye to a fellow cable news host.