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Dec. 28, 2010
Nationally syndicated cartoonist Rob Smith Jr. chimes with his latest Glenn Beck exclusive.
Dec. 9, 2010
The question America wants to know most today is of course - is Oprah gay or not? She recently sat down with Barbara Walters and was asked that very question. Oprah actually broke down in tears during the interview in which she spoke of her very close friend, Gayle King. Glenn reacts to the audio on radio today.
Sep. 29, 2010
Jon Stewart can't seem to get enough of Glenn, he talks about him so much these days it's actually kind of becoming borderline obsession. He spends all of his days calling Glenn crazy, he seems like the one inching closer to a restraining order. Glenn plays the audio of Stewart obsessing AGAIN on Letterman this week.
Sep. 24, 2010
It'd be one thing if he had a serious issue that he cared about, but Colbert is testifying in character and completely wasting the time and money of the American people. Glenn has more on the story on radio today.
Aug. 24, 2010
Just when you thought Americans all across the country have woken up to the real problems we are facing - San Francisco reminds us there is much work to do. The citizens there have galvanized support for a topless equality rally. Glenn has more on radio today.
Aug. 13, 2010
Since unemployment is still 9.6%, $165 billion was added to the deficit in one month, and President Obama is still celebrating a 'recovery summer' - Glenn figured it was time for a few laughs. Glenn talks with impressionist extraordinaire Frank Caliendo on radio today.
Aug. 12, 2010
Glenn and Bill had an interesting exchange on their weekly TV segment last night, which may surprise the left that Bill does more than just lob cupcake questions to those generally on the same side of the political aisle...
Jul. 27, 2010
It's time for another episode of 'imagine if Glenn or Rush said it' show! On today's episode, media mogul Oliver Stone said Adolf Hitler was misunderstood, and the media isn't saying squat...
Jul. 14, 2010
RadarOnline keeps releasing one tape recording after another of Mel Gibson saying something completely insane, and they get worse every single time. Glenn plays the audio today of a heavy breathing Gibson telling his girlfriend that she needs a bat to the side of the head. This is particularly odd coming from the normally docile Gibson, who rarely shows any hint of a violent streak (Braveheart, The Patriot, Passion, Apocalypto). Check out the audio from radio today.
Jul. 12, 2010
To say Mel Gibson has issues is a serious understatement. But, Glenn wonders how it is that MSNBC and other news outlets can spend so much time caring about a racist celebrity, when there are real racists threatening to kill a particular race. Glenn has more on the media and Mel today on radio.
Jun. 24, 2010
Thanks to you, Glenn's fiction thriller The Overton Window will debut at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list dated (fittingly enough) July 4th. And The Times is forced, for the 6th time in a row, to put Glenn's name in the #1 position. Not everyone fared so well in books this week - and Glenn highlights one such case from another cable news host who entered the book race.
Jun. 21, 2010
While in St. Louis for the Bold Fresh tour stop, Glenn hung out with St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa, and even met arguably the best player in baseball, Albert Pujols. Pujols even gave something to Glenn as a gift that he hardly ever gives out - Glenn explains on radio today.
Jun. 9, 2010
And why we are on the fast track to suckdom. Check out this story Glenn had on radio today about a Canadian youth soccer league and the new rule they introduced. Any team that wins a game by more than 5 points will lose by default. Yes, you read that correctly, and yes, Canada sucks and because of stuff like this will continue to suck for a very long time. But we're not far behind! Glenn has more on radio today.
Today on radio Glenn talks to Joseph Lehman from Mackinac Center, the group that originally conceptualized the Overton Window theory. It's truly amazing, when just looking back a few decades, how far that window has moved.
Jun. 4, 2010
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Actually, don't worry about the singing either. There's probably some Lady Gaga on somewhere, so shutting up will suffice. McCartney was at the White House for some reason or another, when he just couldn't help himself and had to bash George W. Bush. He made the hilarious 'it's good to have a president who knows what a library is' joke. Oh, man! What a riot! Did he stay up all night writing that one? All week maybe? Hopefully it didn't take eat up too much of his leisure time, that'd be a real drag.
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