Glenn sits down with bestselling author of "Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo and the Battle that Definded a Generation," which is currently being adapted for television by Legendary Entertainment, and producers Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Scott Rudin. He has written for ESPN, IGN, Fast Company, and the AV Club as well as makes a regular appearance on Paul Scheer's "How Did This Get Made?" podcast. His latest book, "The History Of The Future: Oculus, Facebook and the Revolution That Swept Virtual Reality" which details his inner workings at Facebook. However, due to the political nature of the book, Harris was blackballed from interviews subsequently burying this bestselling author at 33,000 and after joining Glenn on his radio program, he skyrocketed up all the way up to No. 3. In this interview, Blake J. Harris reveals a truly shocking story about Mark Zuckerberg and what really happened to Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus VR.
Tim Alberta joined Glenn on the radio program Tuesday to discuss his new book 'American Carnage.' In this clip he gives a detailed account of how the scene unfolded following the release of the infamous Access Hollywood tape and how the Trump campaign dealt with the disaster.
Have you noticed how the DNC doesn't seem at all concerned about the 2020 election, even though the Democratic candidates are pushing policies that are even too radical for the left? Why would they do that if they're trying to win the hearts and minds of Americans? A website called Spinquark just released a chilling article that reveals exactly how many people who are directly connected to the progressive political machine are now working for big tech to control our conversations online — and they're unquestionably interfering with the 2020 election.
Social media companies aren't held to constitutional standards because they're private companies. But they're also protected by the government because they're considered "platforms," not "publishers." Well, the government has figured this out and has seen the power of using social media to circumvent the First Amendment and silence conservative voices.
Glenn sits down with the author many people call "the master of thrillers," Brad Thor. He is the #1 New York Times best-selling author of nineteen thrillers, including "Spymaster," "The Last Patriot," "Blowback," "Foreign Influence," "The Lions of Lucerne," and his very first book, "Backlash," which was named by Barnes & Noble as one of the best political thrillers ever. Reading his books has been described as being in a time machine one year before an event happens. Glenn talks with Brad about his writing and how closely his novels of international intrigue parallel the real threats facing the world today.