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See the Issue Glenn Beck Says Will 'Fundamentally Change' the U.S. but the Media Aren't Talking About


"To me, if you lose just that one point, the fundamental transformation of 2008 stands."

As several members of the U.S. Supreme Court reach their 80s, it is likely the incoming president will have the opportunity to appoint three, maybe four, new justices to the bench — an issue Glenn Beck says the media is largely ignoring.

In July, Justice Anthony Kennedy will turn 80 years old, becoming the third sitting octogenarian on the high court — only Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who will turn 83 in March, and Antonin Scalia, who will hit 80 in March, are older than Kennedy. It will the first time since George H.W. Bush entered the White House that a president will inherit three justices that old. And Justice Stephen Breyer, who will be 78 by then, isn't far behind.

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