EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK: Glenn shows Governor Ron DeSantis Mercury Studios

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Over the weekend, Mercury Studios had a very special visitor: Florida Governor Ron Desantis! Glenn showed the Governor the Mercury Studios as well as the American Journey Experience museum on-site. Check out the exclusive photos in the slideshow below, and be sure to stay tuned for more content with Glenn and DeSantis!



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Mercury One is standing with Israel and rallying around the victims of Hamas' deadly terrorist attacks. Here's how YOU can get involved.

Within 48 hours of the Hamas terrorist attacks that left 800 dead, including 9 Americans, thousands injured, and hundreds taken as hostages, Mercury One raised $320,000 in aid, ALL of which will be sent to its partner organizations who are on the ground NOW with the victims.

Donations go to partner organizations like United Hetzalah, a network of 6,500+ medical professionals who provide emergency medical relief 24/7 across the country. They are working tirelessly to give emergency treatment to the victims of the Hamas terror attacks.

EVERY PENNY of your donation—minus credit card fees—is given to on-the-ground relief in Israel, which is made possible by Mercury One's unique organizational structure. According to Mercury One's executive director JP Decker, generous donors like YOU who give to Mercury One's maximum impact fund cover admin costs. That means 100% of your donation—minus credit card fees—goes towards providing on-the-ground relief.

This Saturday, Mercury One is hosting its annual "A Night of Hope" gala to pay for its upfront costs. This has enabled EVERY penny—minus credit card fees—of the $1.2 million raised for Maui wildfire relief to go directly to the victims of the deadly wildfires that ravaged Lahaina this year alone and will continue to provide aid to the victims in Israel.

Would you consider donating to Mercury One, attending the gala, or becoming a sponsor to keep their global impact possible? Click HERE to learn more about the "A Night of Hope with Glenn Beck" gala to see how YOU could meet Glenn, and click HERE to learn more about Mercury One.

Do YOU have faith in our electoral system? According to a recent glennbeck.com poll, 98 percent of respondents say they think that our electoral system is NOT reliable and does NOT elect the people's preferred candidate. This statistic is staggering and indicative of the impact the 2020 election has wrought on the nation's overall trust in this foundational institution of our republic.

On-air this week, Glenn and Stu discussed that states need to instill election integrity and credibility back into our electoral system by removing COVID-era absentee ballot laws that caused arguably the most contested election in US history. Regardless of your opinion regarding the integrity of the 2020 election outcome, states should not retain universal ballot laws that open the door to widespread voter fraud and distrust in the election outcome.

If there is any hope of reviving trust in our electoral system, these COVID-era absentee ballot laws HAVE to go...yet 35 of the states still have these laws. Seven states retain "all main elections" in which the government ships ballots to EVERY resident, regardless of whether or not they vote in person. 28 other states maintain "no excuse absentee ballot" laws, which have been proven to be problematic regarding election integrity.

If you live in one of the following 35 states, it’s time to call your representatives and demand that they remove these laws to re-establish election integrity.

California: All-Mail Elections

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Colorado: All-Mail Elections

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Hawaii: All-Mail Elections

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Nevada: All-Mail Elections

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Oregon: All-Mail Elections

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Utah: All-Mail Elections

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Washington: All-Mail Elections

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Alaska: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Arizona: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Florida: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Georgia: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Idaho: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Illinois: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Iowa: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Kansas: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Maine: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Maryland: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Massachusets: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Michigan: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Minnesota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Montana: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Nebraska: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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New Jersey: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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New Mexico: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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North Carolina: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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North Dakota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Ohio: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Oklahoma: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Pennsylvania: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Rhode Island: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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South Dakota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Vermont: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Virginia: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Wisconsin: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Wyoming: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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We are not fighting Republicans and Democrats. We are not fighting our neighbors or even the people who are trying to destroy us. We are fighting EVIL.

Glenn delivered these powerful words last June as the keynote speaker for the First Landing 1607 Project’s event, “The Declaration of Covenant," and he hit the nail on the head: we are more divided than ever as a nation.

During his speech, Glenn remarked how distinct our current division is compared to other inflection points in our nation's history. Our disagreements have moved far past the partisan debates between Democrats and Republicans. We, as Americans, can't even agree on what a man is. What a woman is. What marriage is. What gender is. Whattruthis. Because we have forgotten who God is. We must return to him if we hope to save our nation.

We can't even agree on what truth is because we have forgotten who God is.

Today, Glenn is launching 'The First 40 Days: Seek God and Restore Everything,' a 40-day study that will restore our understanding of what it means to be in a covenant relationship with God. Through a study of the Biblical covenants, this 40-day devotional is designed to equip you with God's word to go out and do His will.

Featuring insights from a wide range of contributors, this study will dive into the different types of Biblical covenants and what it means to walk in obedience.

Not signed up yet? Join Glenn on this 40-day journey by entering your email below to get the "The First 40 Days" devotional sent to your inbox. Already signed up? You should receive each installment in your inbox the day they are released.

Over the weekend, the government avoided its 15th shutdown since 1980...for now. The short-term stop-gap spending bill gives Congress 45 days to pass a more robust budget. As Glenn explains, many Republicans and Democrats have been weaponizing the imminent shutdown to force the passage of omnibus bills, resulting in deficit spending and programs that aren't in the best interests of the American people.

But would a government shutdown be all that bad? Glenn argues that ALL taxpayers should want a shutdown. If Congress were to pass their current budget, the federal deficit would DOUBLE. What exactly would happen if Congress did not pass a massive deficit budget by October 1st? As Glenn explains, the world would NOT come crumbling down, and the government would be forced to STOP spending YOUR taxpayer dollars on projects that are harmful to the American people.

Below is a list Glenn read on-air that outlines exactly what will happen if the government shuts down.

1. The Bureau of Labor Statistics' jobs report could be delayed this month.

2.The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service will have to cut back.

3.The Federal Reserve activity will be unaffected.

4.The Federal Trade Commission will stop the vast bulk of its competition and consumer protection investigations.

5.The Security and Exchange Commission will not review or improve registrations from investment advisers, broker dealers, transfer agents, rating organizations, investment companies, and municipal advisers.

6.The IRS has not released this plan for the potential shutdown. However, previous plans have said the IRS would use funds from Joe Biden's Inflation Reduction Act to keep employees paid and working.

7.A shutdown would create increased risk that FEMA's relief funds could be depleted.  (Though if large catastrophic disasters were to occur during the shutdown, they would very easily pass funding for that).

8.The Department of the Interior will retain limited discretion to use permits for energy projects on federal lands and waters, when user fees are attached.

9.Most EPA-led inspections at hazardous waste sites, as well as drinking water at chemical facilities, are going to stop.

10.The Energy Information Administration will continue to collect and publish snapshots of the U.S. oil inventory on schedule.

11.Nuclear Regulatory Commission will continue to maintain nuclear sites. However, they will stop all licensing of new nuclear facilities.

12.Air traffic controllers and TSA officers will be working without pay (they will be paid, just not on time).

13.Amtrak will keep transporting the estimated 12 passengers that regularly use the service.

14.Passport and visas will still be issued.

15.Efforts to defend the nation and conduct ongoing military operations will continue.

16.Burials and tours at Arlington National Cemetery will continue.

17.COVID-19 response research, including vaccine and therapeutic development by the U.S. government, will continue.

18.The National Institute of Health might have to postpone clinical trials for diseases like cancer or Alzheimer's.

19. Food stamps for low income people, the disabled, and others could be delayed.

20.Most National Parks will be closed along with the Smithsonian, the National Gallery of Art, Cemeteries, Monuments, and visitor centers.

21.The Capitol Police will work without pay (again, they will be paid, just not on time).