HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigns over Obamacare rollout woes
News broke Thursday evening that Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius had decided to step down from her post because of the disastrous rollout of Obamacare. Friday morning, Sebelius formally announced her resignation with a glitch-filled speech at the White House. On radio this morning, Pat and Stu reflected on Sebelius' accomplishments (or lack there of). WATCH
89-year-old European woman commits suicide after being 'left behind by digital age'
Technological advances have been credited with saving many people's lives over the years, but one British woman made the decision to end her life because she believed she had been "left behind by [the] digital age." According to the UK Mirror, an 89-year-old retired art teacher, identified only as Anne, felt gadgets had created a "lack of humanity." Pat and Stu reacted to the bizarre story on radio this morning. WATCH
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Alabama State Representative Alvin Holmes (D) speculated his Republican counterparts would be in favor of abortion if black men impregnated their daughters and offered to pay $100,000 cash to anyone who could show him a "bunch of whites" who have adopted black children in Alabama. The representative is now being asked to put his money where his mouth is after a Facebook group entitled Faces of Families in Alabama began posting photos of multi-racial families in the state. On radio this morning, Pat and Stu couldn't help but address the "intellectual dishonesty" of people like Holmes who refuse to see the merit of anyone's opinion beyond their own. WATCH
Sponsored: "I thought FEMA was horrific before I saw this video…now I think they're even worse"
Why is the government stockpiling survival food? Watch video so shocking that many people will refuse to believe it. WATCH
Comcast CEO tells Congress the company will add compelling content for consumers
Comcast has been trying to win Congress's approval of its $45 million merger with Time Warner Cable. On Thursday, Comcast's executive vice president David Cohen testified under oath that this deal would be great for consumers and for independent channels like TheBlaze. Check out Cohen's comments and how you can get involved HERE.
Dispute between Nevada rancher and Feds over grazing rights escalates Earlier this week, TheBlaze reported armed federal agents had been deployed to northeast Clark County, Nevada after a decades-long standoff between a local cattle rancher, Cliven Bundy, and the United States government. Initially, Glenn feared this case was yet another example of the federal government waging a war against ranchers and farmers in. But as more details have emerged, it is harder to decipher who is right and who is wrong. On radio this morning, Pat and Stu went through the latest details HERE.
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Who was really responsible for the Civil Rights Act? Speaking at the Civil Rights Summit at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library in Austin, Texas yesterday, President Obama praised President Johnson passing the "most sweeping" civil rights legislation "since Reconstruction" even though "it would anger powerful southern Democrats and committee chairmen." On radio this morning, Pat and Stu discussed new reports that actually suggest Republicans may have played a larger role in the 1964 Civil Rights Act than they are given credit for. MORE
Glenn explains why we must "refuse to remain silent anymore" On Thursday's Glenn Beck Program, Glenn took a look at the world we are currently living in. There are plenty of 'bad' stories in the news cycle today, but, fortunately, courage is contagious and there are plenty of stories of people doing good things, people standing up for what they believe regardless of the cost. Glenn ran through a couple examples. WATCH
EXCLUSIVE: Brad Meltzer explains how easy it is to wipe out an entire U.S. city The Glenn Beck Newsletter has a brand new feature called Off the Record, which features candid interviews with people who are making a difference. This week, #1 bestselling thriller author, host of History Channel's Decoded, and award-winning comic book writer Brad Meltzer opens up about the high school teacher that changed his life, what it was like to brainstorm terrorist plots with the Department of Homeland Security, and why his favorite superhero is Batman. Check out the fascinating interview HERE.
Tonight's primetime lineup on TheBlaze TV:
5pm ET - Dana: Dana gets the Duck Dynasty treatment this week as she sits down with the Robertsons for a candid conversation about faith and family.
6pm ET -Real News: This morning, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius officially resigned. What does the future hold for HHS? The panel discusses.
7pm ET - Wilkow!: As we approach the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, Andrew talks to Chris Wheeler, executive producer of Civil War: The Untold Story, about the little-known facts of the war.