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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Glenn Beck
The tea party celebrates its fifth anniversary Thursday, essentially marking some 1,826 days since the grass roots movement spontaneously emerged to become a political and cultural force to be reckoned with, driven by a call for fiscal sanity and fueled by traditional American values.
Don Berwick is proud to tell an audience how he was once called "the second most dangerous man in America."
Sen. Rand Paul from Kentucky warned his fellow Republican politicos that without change, the GOP would fail miserably in the upcoming White House contest -- and that goes for the next few decades.
"The View" co-host Whoopi Goldberg said that the show likely brought on conservative women as guests this week to bolster ratings — an indirect admission she made while decrying the move.
A Coca-Cola ad that aired during Sunday night's Super Bowl has faced serious criticism for featuring Americans singing "America, the Beautiful" in languages other than English.
It's the end of an era and the beginning of another for conservative talk radio. Glenn Beck announced on his most recent show that the long-running feud between fellow famed conservative icons Sean Hannity and Mark Levin has finally come to an end — and now the three are planning on taking on the progressive world with a more partnered approach to messaging.
It is political theater at its most frantic: the State of the Union address — SOTU in popular parlance — may now stand for "so too" much.
Top television and radio host Glenn Beck said in an interview with Megyn Kelly on Fox News that he regrets some of his time at the cable network, when he hosted his own show, and admitted that he ratcheted rhetoric that helped drive a political wedge in America.
"Lone Survivor," a movie about a failed Navy SEAL mission in Afghanistan, has reopened the debate between the supporters of a strong U.S. military and its detractors, specifically those in the media.
In an open letter, the Mercury Radio founder and CEO is asking Gov. Cuomo if his right-leaning company is still welcome in the state, after the Democrat said Friday that "extreme" conservatives have no place in New York.
Radio host Glenn Beck has offered to fly Amy Nicholson of LA Weekly to his Dallas studios to sit face-to-face with Marcus Luttrell and his "SEAL buddies" to back up a scathing review she wrote about "Lone Survivor."
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier. Jan. 9, 2014.
The word of the day is "polar vortex," which has inspired several thousand press accounts obsessing over the frigid weather pattern now freezing much of the nation — along with a call of fraud.
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.
Radio host Glenn Beck told his listeners Monday that it was meant to do nothing but divide Americans.
"That's all this ad is. It's in your face, and if you don't like it, if you're offended by it, you're a racist. If you do like it, you're for immigration. You're for progress. That's all this is: to divide people," he said.