Former Blaze investigative reporter Sara Carter joined Glenn on radio Tuesday to pay tribute to their mutual friend, Philip Haney. Carter was shocked by his death. Why? Carter says her old friend and source showed no signs of suicide or even depression. The Obama era DHS whistleblower was found dead on the side of the freeway in California on Sunday. His death was originally reported as a suicide, but Carter says he was in great spirits, about to get married, and in the middle of writing a book he was passionate about. Police are still investigating, but it's safe to say not many people commit suicide by shooting themselves in the chest on the side of the road.
Glenn reads some of his favorite poetic works of Edgar Allen Poe—"The Raven" and "The Tell-Tale Heart"—stories he used to read to his kids every Halloween. He also tells the love story of Edgar Allan Poe and his wife, Virginia, whom he married when she was only 13 years old.
President honey badger doesn't care, he gets stung over and over and he don't give a sh*t. He is the most fearless in all of the animal kingdom.
Our history is being lost. Our traditions are being deleted. Our God has been chased out of every public space. Now, more than ever, help us restore these things with an Independence Day celebration you and your family will never forget. A three-day tour de force in historic Gettysburg. Space is *extremely limited*. Get all the details here.
The holiday season leads us through a progression of giving thanks, celebrating the birth of Christ, renewing ourselves and committing to be better and the culminating and crowning event of Easter. He died and conquered death that we might live. Watch this to hear Glenn's Easter message.