Glenn tells the story of Frank Capra, who directed some of America’s most famous films, including It’s a Wonderful Life and “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. An immigrant haunted by his own wild success, Capra enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War II at the height of his career. He emerged from that dark experience to make the most unlikely hit film of his life.
"Medicare For All" sounds much better than "socialized healthcare." But is there really a difference? Watch this clip to hear Glenn break down the details.
Was President Trump's "go back" tweet to "the squad" of far-left congresswomen racist, or was he just saying: "Hey, if you don't like our country, then leave?" Bill O'Reilly, whose new book about Donald Trump is due out this fall, joined Glenn on the radio to offer an insider's take on the topic.
Yesterday, while the rest of America obsessed over President Trump's tweets, Elon Musk announced plans to merge humans with computers using thread-like polymer electrodes implanted directly into the human brain. Musk said that Neuralink, his brain-AI interface startup, will allow humans to "achieve a symbiosis with artificial intelligence" as early as next year. Watch this clip to get more details.