Among the most recent trees to fall in the forest of Tea Party fiction is the work of alleged "historian" David Barton. Unfortunately, the Barton saga is all too typical of the Tea Party ethos -- one that many in the mainstream media have frequently given a free pass.
Contrary to what it says on the byline above, this column was written by me, Glenn Beck. The apparent "author" of the column, Mr. Elisberg, actually bought the rights from me and put his name on it. But make no mistake, I wrote the article.
On the other side, with a new Democratic candidate needed for 2016, I wouldn't be shocked if we see books from possible frontrunners Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Andrew Cuomo, Antonio Villaraigosa, Deval Patrick and even stalwarts Hillary Clinton and possibly... Joe Biden?
There was no polling data to support the idea of a Romney landslide. None. Zero. It did not exist. Instead, this was a school of conservative pundits with a collective allergic reaction to reality, incapable of imaging Obama not losing in a humiliating electoral rout.
In our democracy, rights come with responsibilities, and these include the responsibility to help those Americans in need, regardless of whether it is logical or not.
Glenn Beck is now selling his own line of jeans. Glenn Beck. Jeans. I kid you not. If the official motto for these things isn't "Because It Takes an A** To Know Jeans" I'm crawling into my bathtub and dragging in a hair dryer.
The difference between Pulpit Freedom Sunday and Election Day Communion ultimately comes down to a difference in how we define the freedom that matters.
Note to Mitt Romney: This is what happens when you run for president on the back of Fox News and embrace the dark anti-Obama conspiracies that fuel the right-wing media.
Radical statements by Republicans aren't just gaffes; they reflect a cold-hearted, insensitive, mean-spirited, dishonest and ignorant attitude that is reflected in the way that they govern and make laws.
On Thursday's episode of Glenn Beck's web-based GBTV show, Beck's guest was none other than pseudo-historian David Barton, who, as everybody knows by now, just got his bestselling book The Jefferson Lies pulled by Christian publisher Thomas Nelson.
Is the Obama campaign's new font proof of the president's determination to help the workers of the world cast off their chains? Well, even many of Buzzfeed's readers didn't seem to think so.
Last Saturday night, I experienced a very different kind of history class. It was held in Dallas Cowboys Stadium, I had 65,000 classmates, and the teacher was Glenn Beck.
By claiming that "Obama started his presidency by returning to the British Embassy the bust of Winston Churchill that had graced the Oval Office," Krauthammer used the Washington Post to further a conspiracy dating back to the days of Glenn Beck's chalkboard.
When it comes to having the guts to tell kids the truth, Glenn Beck just doesn't want to hear it -- and he'd prefer you didn't talk about it.
I've learned from fifteen years in the eco-trenches that the fight to protect our planet from pollution is more than just a fight against ExxonMobil or Charles and David Koch; it's ultimately a fight against the Reagan legacy.
Last week, we found out that all four branches of the military have now revoked permission from Holman Bible Publishers, a subsidiary of LifeWay, the publishing arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, to use the official U.S. armed forces branch emblems on their military Bibles.