Bonus: Gaga loves that Glenn loves her.
The embattled NBC Nightly News anchor still has his job, but if he loses it, who should step in to fill his shoes? You choose.
“I’ve never taken a position more deadly to my career than this — and I have never, ever taken a position that is more right than this.”
“They are breeding an entire new generation of slaves,” radio host Glenn Beck said about the federal education-standards initiative on his program Monday.
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The talk show host took offense at Coke’s new Super Bowl ad.
The Blaze mogul told Megyn Kelly he regrets that his language wasn’t more “uniting” during his days at Fox News.
Beck said this was “just the beginning” and that he plans to do more segments on Norquist. “He is the guy responsible for a lot of the Muslim Brotherhood stuff that goes on in the White House, isn’t he?” Beck asked.
Even more rapprochement between Beck world and FreedomWorks.
Literally. With, like, rakes and garbage bags.
“If you are a Glenn Beck disciple and you hate President Obama, then the website would be healthcare.gov/dumbass,” Schultz said. That website does not actually exist.
Perhaps the producers behind the new reality show The Pursuit Of Truth can convince John Krasinski to come on board as a guest judge next season.
Yes, there were only 5 really interesting things about the Al Jazeera empire’s opening salvo in America’s cable news war.
“‘Oh no, it’s just Soledad O’Brien.’ Really? Sell me another shill.”
Glenn Beck whipped out his chalkboard to connect Reza Aslan, the author who achieved internet fame this week for keeping his cool during a hostile and uninformed interview on Fox News that focused on his Muslim faith, to billionaire and Beck-villain George Soros. Beck added, “Forget about this guy being a phony Muslim, or a phony scholar; he’s a radical progressive.”
Beck’s radio program goes off the rails and his co-host Stu is left almost speechless. “Don’t even think about what you’re saying. Just go with it.”
But here’s eight of them.
“I’m kind of with you,” Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said to Beck on his radio program Wednesday.
“You put that little phone in the charger and it’s facing you—anyone can watch you while you sleep. We’re entering 1984.”
The former Fox host expressed disappointment at the network’s coverage of the source who leaked information about the National Security Agency’s PRISM surveillance program.
Beck and his co-hosts push back at the MSNBC star’s attempt to frame him as a conspiracy theorist on par with the likes of InfoWars founder Alex Jones.
“We’re being told one thing when another thing is actually happening.”
Imagine Jon Stewart doing his version of a Brooklyn gangster and you’re halfway there.
A rumor turns into a Blaze exclusive, which turns into a fully debunked falsehood — all in the matter of hours.
ICE has a Saudi in custody but it is not the former Boston bombing “person of interest” that Glenn Beck is talking about.
In a refreshing move, The Blaze’s political sketch comedy show host Brian Sack tackles the controversial MSNBC promo without getting mean-spirited.
“You better have a plan and know what you and your family are going to do in the time of more difficult days ahead.” Goldline is a sponsor of Glenn Beck’s cable network The Blaze. UPDATE: A source close to the show says, “This is 100% not true.”
Amid a growing debate about the future of conservative media, The Blaze’s For the Record aspires to 60 Minutes-level credibility, run by Beck’s own “Woodwards and Bernsteins.”
“This is an issue that does get people together who believe in liberty – on the left and right.”