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Topic - Glenn Beck
The Obama administration's cheerleading for the Common Core State Standards Initiative is designed to calm critics and rally supporters for the ambitious overhaul of the nation's elementary and secondary school curriculums. But that effort may be backfiring.
The tea party’s favorite media figure, Glenn Beck, made an appearance on “The O’Reilly Factor” this week to promote his new book, “Miracles and Massacres,” with a shock-factor of a prop: One of the guns taken from Sitting Eagle at Wounded Knee.
Glenn Beck was "yanked off set" in the middle of his highly anticipated interview with Ron Paul on Tuesday, because his daughter Hannah would soon be delivering his grandchild.
Glenn Beck blasted Jeb Bush on his radio show Monday for Bush's criticism of Sen. Ted Cruz for lacking "self-restraint" against Obamacare.
Will the liberal media heed the Values Voter Summit? The annual gathering opens Friday in the nation's capital for three days of smart, authentic and, yes, fervent talk about faith, freedom and politics, as told by 66 speakers with much on their minds in troubled times. The opening line-up in the first hours tells all: GOP Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida, Rand Paul of Kentucky and Ted Cruz of Texas and Tim Scott of South Carolina, plus GOP Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, Dr. Ben Carson and Mark Levin.
Marriage, abortion and religious liberty are the top cultural topics to be addressed at this weekend's Values Voter Summit.
The mainstream press continues to rant about the divisions in the Republican Party and the bodacious behavior among certain conservatives. But those very same conservatives will soon gather in a show of unity and resolve, boasting an all-star lineup. Lest critics forget, the Values Voter Summit is scheduled for mid-October in the nation's capital, and the tenacious heavyweights are ready to rumble, whether journalists pay attention or not.
Sen. John McCain published an op-ed piece on the Russian website Pravda.ru that strongly criticizes the regime of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Speaking on his morning radio program, Glenn Beck suggested the United States is no longer a superpower due to its handling of the Syria crisis.
Shock, outrage and mocking criticism is building among conservatives — and those of other political stripes who put the White House and its possessions on a historical pedestal – over a photograph showing President Obama in an informal pose, with his foot on his Oval Office desk.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is officially banned from at least four Hooters locations in the city, with the restaurants prominently displaying anti-Filner posters originally created by conservative radio host Glenn Beck, The Blaze reported.
In characteristic folksy but aggressive style, Ron Paul has become a media mogul of sorts. The former Texas lawmaker and Libertarian presidential hopeful already has drawn the help of one Hollywood celebrity in his zeal to launch the Ron Paul Channel, a high-definition news network available online by subscription.
Reince Priebus, Newt Gingrich, Glenn Beck, John R. Bolton and others around Washington react to the appointment Sunday of David Keene as the Washington Times opinion editor.
Glenn Beck has announced that he will be donating $50,000 to the families of the 19 firefighters that died in Arizona on Sunday, The Blaze reported.
President Obama met with a new privacy board created in the wake of the NSA surveillance scandals, and a contingent of U.S. soldiers prepared to deploy to Egypt. On the international stage, President Obama angered Ireland's Catholics and Protestants with the assertion that parochial schools are 'divisive.' Here's a recap, or wrap, of the week that was from The Washington Times.
"When you really see what happened there and — this was buried. This was absolutely buried and our own military, they lied in court," Mr. Beck said, Politico reported. "Then we tried to cover it up by giving everybody medals there. It really needs to be exposed so we can say, look these things were bad, now let's learn from them."
Mr. Beck said the battle itself is one of history's "buried" stories.