Glenn Beck has signed a five-year, $100 million syndication contract, extending his popular conservative talk radio program. Glenn Beck left television last year amid dwindling ratings, but his radio show is the third most popular in the US, airing on 400 stations and maintaining a robust, growing following.
The Secret Service is set to interview the shocker rocker Thursday about his anti-Obama comments, and whether he meant to threaten the president's life. Let's imagine some points Ted Nugent might make during that session.
Glenn Beck sarcastically endorsed Newt Gingrich on his show this morning. The Bachmann-turned-Santorum supporter is hoping the non-endorsement for Gingrich will produce Santorum votes.
The record delegation of 81 congressmen, whose expenses were paid by an AIPAC affiliate, is seen as a circling of the wagons just weeks ahead of a UN vote on Palestinian statehood.