"Sexually transmitted disease running rampant with kids younger and younger and younger," Barber lamented. "Teenage pregnancy through the roof. Thanks a lot, Left. Comprehensive sex education. You're to blame. Progressives and leftists are to blame for these children suffering the consequences of their lifestyle. They are reaping what they sow and in large part the Left is to blame":
On his radio broadcast this morning, Glenn Beck called for the appointment of a Special Counsel to explore the possibility of impeachment against President Obama over reports that the IRS improperly targeted conservative groups for excess scrutiny (or, at least we think that was the reason; it is hard to know since Beck seems to think that the IRS, Benghazi, and the Boston Bombing are all connected.)
Arguing that he is not a conspiracy nut because he never bought into the Birther claims or allegations that Obama is really a Muslim, Beck called not only for the appointment of a Special Counsel but also the creation of a civilian oversight board to which the Special Counsel would report since nobody in the government can be trusted because "the big government stooges will cover for themselves":
With the spire in place, the tower reached its designed height of 1,776 feet, in honor of the year in which this nation was founded ... or so they say. Because according to Wiles, it is really in honor of the fact that the "Free Mason/Illuminati New World Order started in 1776 that they hope to complete in 2013":
Of course, the Big Brother biometric scanning mandate would be arriving in time to coincide with the completion today of the One World Trade Center in New York City.
Workers cheered and whistled as they completed the spire on the skyscraper that replaces the World Trade Center tower destroyed by the Illuminati on September 11, 2001.
The new One World Tower is one thousand, seven hundred and seventy six feet high. Supposedly the height is in celebration of the American Revolution. My guess is it's in recognition of the Free Mason/Illuminati New World Order started in 1776 that they hope to complete in 2013.
On his radio program today, Glenn Beck seized on reports that the IRS had improperly targeted "tea party" and "patriot" groups applying for tax-exempt status for extra scrutiny and was particularly outraged over allegations that pro-Israel groups may also have received similar treatment.
Comparing it directly to The Inquisition, which also targeted Jews, Beck said that when the government begins "putting a litmus test together for a religion, you are developing a very frightening state" (tell that to Bryan Fischer.)
Beck went on to call for impeachment hearings and massive firings in the wake of this scandal, saying that if they do not take place, then America "is already operating under tyranny":
Last week, Matt Barber and Shawn Akers were discussing the current Religious Right myth that the military was going to start to court-martial soldiers for sharing their faith. It is not true, of course, but that isn't about to stop Barber and Akers from repeating it and complaining that the Obama administration is implementing a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"-like program for Christianity in the military.
"We have people controlling the reins of government, right now," Barber said, "particularly out of the Oval Office, who are calling evil 'good' and good 'evil.' They are elevating and celebrating deviant sexual behavior in the ranks of the armed services, which is in direct conflict with clear biblical admonitions against sexual sin in both the Old and New Testaments."
And this is dangerous, Barber warned, because the true intent is to purge Christians from the military entirely and open it up to "secular progressives" which will undermine our national security "because as they persecute Christians and conservatives and other who have traditional values within the ranks of the armed services, it leaves a vacuum; nature abhors a vacuum and the kind of people that are going to fill that vacuum aren't the kind of people that we want defending our country, quite frankly":
Glenn Beck's business empire is reportedly bringing in more than $80 million per year.
Speaking of Beck, he wants all those who don't share his views to stay out of Texas.
Jason Richwine, the co-author of the Heritage
Foundation's controversial immigration study, has resigned.
Don Feder warns that "the president of the United States is drawn to Islam as a
doctrinaire leftist, as well as for sentimental reasons. It fits his idealized recollection of his childhood, when he was a
'Jakarta street kid,' and romantic fantasies about his Muslim biological father. The left, which views Islam as the
religion of the oppressed, makes common cause with it in its hatred for America, Israel and capitalism, and their dreams of a
totalitarian one-world government – for Islam, the Caliphate, for the left, the New World Order. "
Cathy Ruse is mad at Obama: "Mr. President, I
dare you to tell my daughters I’m not their mother."
Finally, Janice Shaw Crouse is likewise
no fan of Obama: "As someone with
a doctorate in communication theory who spent years analyzing presidential speeches and studying political rhetoric, I've never
seen a presidential speech that was more repulsively self-centered and insidiously self-serving; nor has a previous president operated
in campaign mode so unrelentingly throughout his presidency, regardless of the occasion or circumstances."
Whenever we post videos from Glenn Beck's daily radio program or his nightly television program, we try to explain the context so that people can at least try to understand whatevercrazyclaim hehappensto bemaking.
But sometimes providing this sort of context proves to be impossible because we literally have no idea what he is talking about, such as in this clip from his radio program today where he laments the lack of "light" in America today to push back "this movement of darkness" that tries to take over the country over few generations.
That somehow turned into a critique of the media, which then morphed into some strange point about Martin Luther King and Janis Joplin, which then ended with some reference to Woodstock and a need to return to the moon ... or something: