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Lennon was a closet Republican

Member Since: July 03, 2011

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  • April 29, 2013 at 9:48pm

    Sell it to Glenn Beck and watch how quickly it turns around.

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  • March 1, 2013 at 12:35am

    Yeah, I really like Dish…best customer service by far.

  • January 12, 2013 at 4:44pm

    Who writes these headlines? It is the Union playing “hardball” with a business about to go under. The newspaper might have been considered playing “hardball” if it were solvent and had done this years ago — as it should have to avoid this predicament in the first place. Glenn, you got to get the website out of Manhattan, or the Manhattan out of your website!

  • December 29, 2012 at 2:57am

    Here we go again, sourcing a failed left wing news outlet, this time the Huffington Post, by using their definition of what makes a Congress unproductive. We are not even being asked to question it, only if we are “surprised” by their findings.

    Good governance should lead a conservative to pass less legislation, if for no other reason than it will inevitably will be codified by an unelected, biased, and unaccountable bureaucracy, with the shear volume of their output adding to the indecipherable nature of our laws. When no one understands the law then it ends up meaning whatever the powerful and connected say that it means, making it increasingly perilous for the average citizen.

    So not only should we be applauding those who pass less legislation, they should even be encouraged to “unpass” laws; that is, deregulate. But the way this story is written this is not presented as an option. If fact I’m sure I’ll be reading here sometime soon that this Congress is the least popular since the time of Nero. Surprised? Discuss.

    It’s time to Beck to indulge in a little less mysticism (hasn’t been good for Oprah) and mind the store a little more closely.

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  • October 27, 2012 at 1:53am

    Hey, the old guys finally catch a break.

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  • October 27, 2012 at 12:43am

    Black, white, gay, straight, these things always and only break one way – Left. If it doesn’t move that agenda FORWARD, it didn’t happen. Bet you won’t be hearing much from Dan Savage on this one.

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  • October 18, 2012 at 9:54pm

    It was critically important to expose this now as opposed to say, three weeks from now. Really.

  • October 18, 2012 at 8:14am

    IF YOU CAN’T DISCREDIT THE MESSAGE THEN DISCREDIT THE MESSENGER
    And then act as if it’s one and the same.

    This sounds like another election season hatchet job, just as what happened to Herman Cain, David Barton, and now Dr. D’ Souza. Cain’s attackers faded into the woodwork immediately after he quit, the claims against Barton unraveled — but only Glenn covered that — and the allegations against D’Souza’s now sound to me like fabrications. But what should it matter? His book and subsequent movie were about political science, not theology. We have plenty of time to argue the latter — after November 6th.

    Don’t assume that Evangelicals represent a united front any more than Catholics do. The Catholics cleaned up their messaging after repeated affronts by phoney front groups in ’08. Evangelicals have yet to engage in such a housecleaning. This voting block is critical in several swing states. So don’t be surprised if you see more of the same in these last few weeks.

  • October 16, 2012 at 9:19pm

    If you can’t attack the message attack the messenger. Right before an election. A recurring theme. Just a few more weeks. Stay strong.

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  • October 14, 2012 at 10:01pm

    Freedom of speech is an exceedingly rare privilege in the world, worth each and every snarky tweet. I got a car window shattered for the audacity of putting up a McCain sign in my front yard in ’08. That came after having the sign kicked over about a half a dozen times. Irony is that I wouldn’t have crossed the street for this guy in the primaries. After that, I knew I’d be putting up a sign in ’12 for whoever the other candidate would be. My Romney sign is standing, being respected — youth unemployment at 17% must have curbed some enthusiasm — even had neighbors ask us for one. I had a spare. Join me, Buzz Bissinger, and others willing exercise a hard won and easily lost constitutional right to publicly support a candidate either through an endorsement, contribution, bumper sticker, or yard sign in an election where your vote still counts (as compared to many of our newly found friends and allies where it doesn’t matter who you vote for you already know who is going to win).

  • October 4, 2012 at 8:05am

    My wife got a ticket for running a red light in a nearby city even though she was 1500 miles away on a business trip. Thanks to the auto ticket camera we found out what can happen to your car when you use those airport parking lots. You just might want to write down your mileage and put it on a yellow sticky on the dash…

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  • October 4, 2012 at 7:20am

    Truly, when TheBlaze TV has a big enough staff to provide a “fact checker” let us know, but all the others are biased beyond usefulness. I didn’t read any part of this article.

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  • October 1, 2012 at 8:58am

    It’s hard for me to know if you’re serious, or on the other side looking to suppress the vote with that ‘base’ reference. If so, you’re good. Of course he’d like to reverse Roe, best through the courts, because that would kick the issue back to the states. Then we’d end up with a collage of states voting for (NY, CA, WA) and against (UT, ID, PA). Abortion would remain available nearby but state politicians would have to begin looking over their shoulders at those Life voters protesting at the state capitol, which up to this point they have been able to ignore because of Roe.

  • September 25, 2012 at 11:18pm

    The bluer the state, the more absentee balloting.

  • September 23, 2012 at 8:15pm

    This gives everyone a pretty good idea what happened to the politics of Seattle, Puget Sound, and Washington state, and that the intelligence of many of these self inflated gas bags < than RBReich's granddaughter.

  • August 11, 2012 at 1:12am

    Colin Powell was a Benedict Arnold, waiting to the last minute to exact the maximum pain on an old friend and the Party that made him. I read he felt slighted at State. Bet he felt even worse when his speaking fees dropped off a cliff. I hope the Republican Party will be prepared to say that he doesn’t represent the Republican Party and hasn’t for years, namely, since 2008.

  • August 2, 2012 at 1:26pm

    Can Glenn Beck Inc. create a tee shirt which lists Obama’s first 100 rounds of golf, location/date/score/aircraft? It might help him bridge the gap with the 1 percent.

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  • July 25, 2012 at 5:14pm

    Mr. T, Laurence Tureaud, is a practicing, highly visible Christian these days. While I can’t know what is in Ice T’s heart, I don’t think it helps either one to blur their branding.

  • July 21, 2012 at 1:36am

    Comrades, now even the rivers run red! The Great Helmsman would be proud, wherever he is (which is on display — you can buy a ticket to see him).

    Forward!

  • July 13, 2012 at 12:47am

    I know what I’m getting my liberal family members for Christmas because this is going straight to DVD. One more star to add to the list. The list is growing.