Bill Maher rips into the 'political correctness Nazis' on the left
In a surprisingly refreshing rant on his HBO show on Friday, Bill Maher took aim at those on the left who take political correctness to the extreme. Maher went so far as to call those who are too easily offended "political correctness Nazis" as he expressed his frustration with those who have tried to censor him, Facebook's 56 custom gender options, and more. Get the rant and Pat and Stu's reaction HERE.
'Disgusting and offensive': NBA owner under fire for alleged racist tirade
In the midst of their first round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors, the Los Angeles Clippers have found themselves at the center of a media firestorm after audio recordings allegedly featuring team owner Donald Sterling spewing racist remarks surfaced. On radio this morning, Pat and Stu played some of Sterling's comments and discussed what the next steps will be. While many are calling for Sterling to be forced out of the league, Pat and Stu argued against the ouster. Listen to the audio and Pat and Stu's reaction HERE.
Everything you thought you knew about Benghazi is about to be unraveled:
Wednesday @ 8pm ET: In this week's explosive season finale, For the Record investigates the events that led to the September 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya that killed ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Find out why the U.S. government armed terrorists connected to Al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood instead of acting on a proposed ceasefire. Everything you thought you knew about Benghazi will be unraveled.
Wednesday @ 8:30pm ET: Is a single payer healthcare system on the horizon for the United States? This week on Real News Investigates, Buck Sexton takes a deeper look into the realities of government funded health insurance and whether Obamacare is nothing more than a Trojan horse for the progressive-championed single payer system.
Glenn & Leonardo DiCaprio make 'strange bedfellows' indeed
On Sunday, Glenn penned a blog post in response to an article he read entitled "10 Celebrities Who Don't Live as Lavishly as They Could." In the article, actor Leonardo DiCaprio explains why he doesn't like to spend money on a lot because he hopes "to accumulate enough so that one day [he] can do something really great and beneficial for other people." Glenn explains why while he might not agree with DiCaprio on most things, he fully admires and supports his desire to spend his money on the causes he sees fit. Read Glenn's full blog post HERE.
Source: U.S. knew weapons and aid were going to Al Qaeda-linked militants in Libya
In this week's explosive season finale, For The Record investigates the events leading up to the September 11, 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya. TheBlaze's senior Washington correspondent Sara Carter has written a series of investigative reports to accompany the groundbreaking episode. Read the first installment HERE.
You won't believe how close Glenn's orchestral performance came to being "one of the biggest disasters" in music history
Glenn was unable to make this morning's radio broadcast because he is still recovering from an illness that plagued him this weekend. To add insult to injury, this past weekend just so happened to be the Dallas performances of 'To Be American' – the show Glenn has been working on with the Millennial Choir and Orchestra (MCO). While the shows went off without a hitch, on radio this morning, Pat and Stu recounted the slight bit of chaos that accompanied the hours leading up to the performance. WATCH
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WATCH: What could possibly fill this man with so much joy? There is a lot of gloom and doom in the news today. So if you are looking to take a brief break from the bad news, check out this video of a man finding out he is going to be a grandfather and try not to smile. WATCH
Canadian woman hits and kills 17-year-old biker… and is now suing his family In October 2012, 17-year-old Brandon Majewski and his 16-year-old friends Richard McLean and Jake Roberts were biking abreast along the two-lane rural road in Toronto, Canada at 1:30am, when motorist Sharlene Simon hit the teens from behind. Majewski died soon after the crash. 18 months later, Simon has decided to sue Majewski's estate for more than $1 million. On radio this morning, Pat referred to Simon's lawsuit as one of the most "unbelievable" stories he has ever heard. MORE
So much for free speech: Duke University discourages use of certain words with new campaign Look no further than Duke University for the latest example of political correctness run amuck. The school's 'You Don't Say Campaign' seeks to "raise awareness around the misuse of language that relates to the LGBTQ community and gender issues" with the goal of "foster[ing] dialogue on the intersection of language and gender and sexual identities." On radio this morning, Pat and Stu couldn't help but roll their eyes at the left's latest attempt to ban words in an attempt to change culture. WATCH
Tonight's primetime lineup on TheBlaze TV:
5pm ET - The Glenn Beck Program: Stu fills in for Glenn and takes a look at Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's racist tirade. He also talks to Texas gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott about the federal government's land grab.
6pm ET -Real News: Secretary of State John Kerry has ruffled some feathers with his latest remarks that without a two-state solution, Israel could soon become "an apartheid state." The panel discusses.
7pm ET - Wilkow!: Former senator Rick Santorum joins Andrew to lay out his plan for how to reengage working class voters with the Republican Party.