The adventures of Russian agents like The Ghost of Marius the Giraffe, Gay Turtle, and Ass — exposed for the first time.
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.
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.”
“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.
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.
In a refreshing move, The Blaze’s political sketch comedy show host Brian Sack tackles the controversial MSNBC promo without getting mean-spirited.
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.”
Beck takes a shot at Fox as he expands his news network with foreign bureaus and a new show. “I consider myself a libertarian… I’m a lot closer to Penn Jillette than I am to Chuck Hagel.”
A guy welds a
missile rocket together on a frozen lake the salt flats, lights a fuse and runs like hell in this visionary blue jean commercial from Glenn Beck.
“Guns have nothing to do with the culture we live in!”
The conservative host talks to BuzzFeed about the one-hour Mormon-themed special on his online network tonight.
From Biblical sea monster references to straight news headlines, one thing is clear from the online right’s coverage: Chief Justice Roberts is Public Enemy Number One.
The question did feature a photo of Beck himself.
This is one of the most brilliant mash-ups I’ve ever seen. Beck’s response demonstrates how nicely the original caricature was right on target.
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Today is Do Something Nice Day. The internet is full of trolls and anons, so in honor of this special day, I challenge each of you to leave one (just one) nice comment about Glenn Beck in the comments below. Oh, and you have to mean it. Nicest comment gets a winner badge. [UPDATE: We have a winner! Gold stars to the ones that made me LOL.]
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I wonder how Glenn Beck’s new site The Blaze would have reported this tragedy. RIP Rebecca Bunten.
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“The image of flame is a powerful.” We wholeheartedly agree, Glenn, and that’s why we’ve gone to the trouble of making you some some banners that we think would be a perfect fit for your new homepage.
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Glenn Beck’s new site has some awesome users already. Not that BuzzFeed can talk. I’m looking at you, LOLcats4eva.
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Glenn Beck has started his own website! It is an Algonquin Round Table of discussion and news tidbits. See for yourself!
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Glenn Beck has launched a new website, called The Blaze, which he hopes will be a Conservative answer to The Huffington Post. As he explains in his manifesto for the site, “The image of flame is a powerful.” So you know he’s taking this thing pretty seriously.
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