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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Gov takes control of internet

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February 26, 2015
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Just hours before the FCC approved net neutrality, Glenn delivered a passionate and frustrated plea for the people to wake up and recognize the dangers of growing government regulation of the internet. The legislation will supposedly protect the internet from big, evil corporations and special interest groups, but a last minute change shows just how dangerous it could be for independant businesses. What happened? Find out HERE.

If you have been listening, reading, or watching Glenn the past few days you are more than aware of his opinion on net neutrality. Unfortunately, despite his warnings to our government the FCC approved the net neutrality proposal in a straight party line vote. Even with the vote, it looks like this issue is far away from being over. Read more HERE.

The country was torn apart last year over the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson and the chokehold death of Eric Garner in New York City. "Black lives matter" became the rallying cry as protests and riots erupted from New York to California. But one father wonders how true that is. His son wasn't gunned down by white police officers, but by an illegal immigrant DREAMer. Hear his powerful message for the Obama administration and get Glenn's reaction HERE.

This morning on radio, Glenn brought up a new television show premiering tomorrow evening. What is this new show? Sex Box, the show where couples have sex in a box with a live audience and then discuss their issues with three "experts." Listen to Glenn, Pat and Stu rip the stupidity of this show apart. MORE

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Former Senator Rick Santorum and his wife Karen joined the radio show this morning to discuss Rick's upcoming appearance at CPAC and their new book Bella's Gift: How One Little Girl Transformed Our Family and Inspired a Nation. Rick and Karen talked their daughter Bella and the lessons she has taught their family. Rick also went into the danger of Islamic extremism in the Middle East, a threat he was warning about long before anyone else in Washington. WATCH

How bad is the corruption in the State Department?
Last night, Glenn was joined by TheBlaze's Sara Carter to discuss the arrest of Senior State Department official Daniel Rosen. Rosen was arrested Tuesday afternoon for allegedly soliciting a juvenile. How far does the corruption in the State Department go? Sara reveals some of the shocking details she has uncovered as part of the For The Record team with Glenn. WATCH

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