Listening is fundamental. Watch the video above and he repeatedly says Article Four is the one that brings us all to war. In the text above you see [Five] in brackets which indicates it was edited from what he actually said.
 November 24, 2015 at 5:45pm
It’s Article 5 Glenn, not Article 4, no matter how many times you say it. Someone please tell Glenn to stop pretending once again that he’s Nostradamus. It’s always all about him “I predicted this and they MOCKED me.”
Unless I'm mistaken, and I could be, it states article 5.
Reading is fundamental.
Article 4 is the emergency meeting they called which occurred Tuesday morning @ 11AM as described in the article...
November 24, 2015 at 9:37am
Someone please tell Glenn to stop pretending once again that he’s Nostradamus. It’s always the same, “I predicted this and they MOCKED me.” Poor Glenn, always mocked, making it all about him. Nobody saw Obama coming 14 years ago after 9-11. Everything Obama or should I say Valerie Jarrett does is deliberate. His first call as POTUS was to Turkey.
He didn't predict anything that is happening. He wants to pretend he did. But what he predicted is nothing like what has come to pass.
Beck has such an opportunity to turn the tables by bringing messages of strength and support to our nation so that we may make it great again. But he chooses to push doom and gloom, selling the negative side to the point of despair. He is part of the problem, not a solution. What good is “I predicted this” doing for us? No good at all. Bring messages of hope and news of those standing for freedoms and being successful, keeping the faith! If he went that direction he would have followers beyond his wdest immagination(and it is pretty wild!)
 October 14, 2015 at 6:06pm
Get ready for some more Kabuki theater. There will be all the usual caterwauling about how the nation can’t default on it’s debt blah-blah. What they won’t tell you is that the Treasury has been cooking the books. The amount of the debt has been frozen at $18.112 T since MARCH 13. Now unless you’re naive enough to assume that the government which goes through money like BJ Clinton goes through dollar bills at a strip club has not taken on a dime of debt in 215 DAYS, then you’ll believe the B.S. of all this.
Here's two for you and Mike knows what's up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ksc2WJoXpg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAOiBewRSDg The fed can't keep the charade going much longer and QE4 is coming right up.
 September 21, 2015 at 9:51am
It was a radioshack clock radio
“So I turned to eBay, searching for vintage alarm clocks. It only took a minute to locate Ahmed’s clock. See this eBay listing, up at the time of this writing. Amhed’s clock was invented, and built, by Micronta, a Radio Shack subsidary. Catalog number 63 756.
The shape and design is a dead give away. The large screen. The buttons on the front laid out horizontally would have been on a separate board – a large snooze button, four control buttons, and two switches to turn the alarm on and off, and choose two brightness levels. A second board inside would have contained the actual “brains” of the unit. The clock features a 9v battery back-up, and a switch on the rear allows the owner to choose between 12 and 24 hour time. (Features like a battery back-up, and a 24 hour time selection seems awful superfluous for a hobby project, don’t you think?) Oh, and about that “M” logo on the circuit board mentioned above? Micronta.”
 September 21, 2015 at 9:51am
This is the relevant part of the blog article:
“For starters, one glance at the printed circuit board in the photo, and I knew we were looking at mid-to-late 1970s vintage electronics. Surely you’ve seen a modern circuit board, with metallic traces leading all over to the various components like an electronic spider’s web. You’ll notice right away the highly accurate spacing, straightness of the lines, consistency of the patterns. That’s because we design things on computers nowadays, and computers assist in routing these lines. Take a look at the board in Ahmed’s clock. It almost looks hand-drawn, right? That’s because it probably was. Computer aided design was in its infancy in the 70s. This is how simple, low cost items (like an alarm clock) were designed. Today, even a budding beginner is going to get some computer aided assistance – in fact they’ll probably start there, learning by simulating designs before building them. You can even simulate or lay out a board with free apps on your phone or tablet. A modern hobbyist usually wouldn’t be bothered with the outdated design techniques. There’s also silk screening on the board. An “M” logo, “C-94” (probably, a part number – C might even stand for “clock”), and what looks like an American flag. More about that in a minute. Point for now being, a hobbyist wouldn’t silk screen logos and part numbers on their home made creation. It’s pretty safe to say already we’re looking at ’70s tech, mass produced in a factory.
It was a radioshack clock radio
"So I turned to eBay, searching for vintage alarm clocks. It only took a minute to locate Ahmed’s clock. See this eBay listing, up at the time of this writing. Amhed’s clock was invented, and built, by Micronta, a Radio Shack subsidary. Catalog number 63 756.
The shape and design is a dead give away. The large screen. The buttons on the front laid out horizontally would have been on a separate board – a large snooze button, four control buttons, and two switches to turn the alarm on and off, and choose two brightness levels. A second board inside would have contained the actual “brains” of the unit. The clock features a 9v battery back-up, and a switch on the rear allows the owner to choose between 12 and 24 hour time. (Features like a battery back-up, and a 24 hour time selection seems awful superfluous for a hobby project, don’t you think?) Oh, and about that “M” logo on the circuit board mentioned above? Micronta."
 August 27, 2015 at 6:30pm
She forgot to add “extreme views on women, we expect that from countries that donate millions to the Clinton Foundation”
 August 17, 2015 at 11:21am
That night, Marcus tells his son to go to bed sooner, so he will be able to learn a lot more the next day :D
He couldn't remember the number. He knew it was 9-1...something...
 June 29, 2015 at 10:52pm
As long as this tried in Baltimore, the cops will still be convicted because they didn’t chain him to the chair. Of course if they did chain him to the chair, some lawyer would’ve sued on his behalf because of that.
Exactly. If they issue two subpoenas, is she going to be allowed to blow one of them off because SHE doesn't want to testify twice? This woman is truly a legend in her own mind. Her narcissism is beginning to outweigh that of the current occupant of the oval office.
We gave them our missile defense secrets, which in turn Russia is now selling it to Iran. So don’t believe a word about how this is not a problem.
 April 6, 2015 at 5:36pm
Similar to the grandfather paradox – If you could go back, what would be your motivation to kill him? Hitler wouldn’t be THE Hitler, infamous in history. The timeline would be changed, and as far as you knew there never was a Hitler to kill.
Speaking of the grandfather paradox, if you're under 70 years old and your parents didn't meet and marry until after the war, there is a reasonable chance that the random minor changes resulting from such a large change in the timeline could endanger your own existence.
 March 18, 2015 at 5:31pm
The appropriately named DICK Durbin must be upset because she would be replacing a European American Attorney General…oh wait. Where is Eric Holder “sitting on the bus?”
 March 7, 2015 at 9:01pm
So we’re now to believe by this Bravo Sierra excuse, that “key WH officials,” did not tell Obama for 7 MONTHS? We’ve heard this excuse before with Fast and Furious, DOJ and the AP, IRS scandal. Our President is supposedly kept in the dark on so many scandals and no one is ever fired for this alleged communication breakdown. Go figure. When you have an enabling press that won’t challenge this, then the excuse gets recycled again and again.
A life lesson maybe? Glad it seems not seem something bad happened.
My first observation. I just wonder how many would follow through with the "pretend plan" of the first 3 1/2 minutes of the video. I actually have to give the Dad a thumbs up for the lesson he taught about lying.
Maybe you should insist that your boy wears a seatbelt while you are driving, filming, and making up a series of lies.
This dad is so cool.
I wish when I was growing up my dad used everyday events of raising children as an opportunity to give him 15 minuets of fame.
I mean, really, what is cooler than a dad who sees his children as his biggest opportunity to go viral.
This guy is awesome.
I love the seat belt Gestapo, keep up the good works.
I do not see the lesson in telling lies yourself to teach a child not to lie especially when your lie includes violence against another child or family.
No different than biting your toddler hard to teach him/her not to bite.
My thought was good lesson dad now teach him about seat belts