A Newsmax Special Report: Why “Glenn Beck Wants You!”
Fox News host Glenn Beck’s TV show has been breaking records — attracting more than 3 million viewers a night — since it burst on the scene in January 2009.
He’s the only author ever to have a No. 1 New York Times best-seller in the fiction, nonfiction and paperback fiction categories.
His syndicated radio show airs on more than 400 stations, his Web site and Web casts are thriving, and his live comedy performances are jam-packed.
Why, and how, is Glenn Beck resonating so powerfully with a huge swath of the American people?
Newsmax magazine takes an in-depth look at the “Happy Warrior” Glenn Beck and reveals how he rose to prominence — and has become such an enemy of the Obama White House and the establishment media.
This insider report on Glenn Beck includes an exclusive, wide-ranging interview with the media sensation who befuddles critics, rallies voters and draws back the curtain on low deeds in high places.
In his interview with Newsmax, Beck reveals his worst fear: that a “Reichstag moment” — a catastrophic event may soon take place so that the powers that be in Washington can end the Republic and our cherished Constitution.
Beck insists he’s not fear mongering — but he is personally afraid for the United States.
Beck himself loves Newsmax. Recently he gushed enthusiastically about the blockbuster “Glenn Beck Wants You!” Newsmax report, telling radio listeners: “Gosh, thank you, Newsmax. What an in-depth article, and a fair article. Thank you.”
And he told Newsmax: “We are fighting people who want power over us.”
This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
The significance of Beck’s astronomical TV ratings
A timeline of Glenn’s roller-coaster career
How the move to Fox News “unchained” Beck
What really happened during his days at CNN
Beck’s ominous outlook for the FCC
The tragic event that changed Beck forever
Why Glenn calls himself a “rodeo clown”
The far-flung Beck media empire
Why a boycott of Beck advertisers fizzled
Recovering alcoholic Beck’s promise to the Lord
The most eye-catching item in Beck’s N.Y. office
The phone call that transformed Glenn’s career forever
What inspired Beck’s best-seller "Arguing With Idiots"
The "secret sauce" to Beck’s phenomenal success
What led Glenn to become a Mormon
Beck’s 9-12 Project — restoring the unity that followed 9-11
Why two basic “facts” about healthcare are wrong
Sarah Palin’s take on Glenn Beck
Why Beck fears a “Reichstag fire” event
Beck’s threat to the mainstream media
Beck and the Tea Party Patriots
Why Beck makes conservatives optimistic
Why he would meet with Obama, if invited
Beck’s take on out-of-touch politicians
This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.
In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from Dick Morris, Ben Stein, Kathleen Parker, George Will, John Stossel, Dr. Laura, Christopher Ruddy, David Limbaugh, Michael Reagan and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:
Obama’s shining star is on the wane
House bill targets Federal Reserve’s secrecy
Iraq: Another disaster in the making?
Warren Buffett opposes Obama on key issues
Donald Trump talks to Newsmax: Obama, economy, more
Bill O’Reilly: Independents are losing hope quickly
Rush Limbaugh drops 79 pounds (we have the pictures)
Changes in the Mass are in store for U.S. Catholics
Immigration’s new cyber battlefront: kiddie porn
Bill Clinton gets his groove back: Will Obama call him?
Mayor Daley to the president: Take a pay cut
Virginia governor’s race goes to the suburbs
Money: Precious metals are still lustrous
Is obsessive-compulsive Disorder contagious?
Singapore’s healthcare system offers lessons for U.S.
Dick Morris: Healthcare “death panels” target elderly
Ruddy: Obama’s war on talk radio begins
Celeb pilots lash out at Obama over user fees
Justice Thomas camps out at Walmart
Ben Stein: Why force rich and poor to mix?
Brad Pitt still working hard in New Orleans
Why gold is becoming the new currency
Warning: Online posting could damage your career
7 great places to retire overseas
5 ways to stop chronic joint pain
Doctor: Low-fat diets don’t work
Travel: The wellsprings of American music
Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine’s prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.
Ben Stein says Newsmax reveals the “unafraid, uncomplicated, bare-knuckles truth about today’s dangerous world.”
And nationally syndicated radio host Michael Reagan, son of the late President Reagan, says: “I guarantee that you’ll love Newsmax magazine. The liberal media moguls hate Newsmax.”
Find out why more than half a million people read Newsmax magazine each month.
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