Friday, April 30, 2010

Sarah Palin recognizes Glenn Beck in TIME Magazine's Top 100

Some people love him ... some people hate him. However he is viewed, Glenn Beck has made the Barack Obama administration sit up and take notice as he educates America with blackboard illustrations, offers to listen to government insider whistle blowers, his use of those knowledgeable in their fields, and all the research, research, research.

Glenn Beck caught the attention of TIME Magazine (I prefer THYME Magazine) as one of the 100 people who most affected their world ... and Sarah Palin, also one of TIME'S Top 100, wrote the accompanying article. She jokingly pokes fun while noting his many contributions:

Who'd have thought a history buff with a quirky sense of humor and a chalkboard could make for such riveting television? ... Self-taught, he's become America's professor of common sense, sharing earnestly sought knowledge with an audience hungry for truth. Glenn, 46, tackles topics other news shows would regard as arcane.
Gov. Palin mentions the red phone on Glenn's Fox News television set, the phone dedicated to calls from the Obama administration informing Glenn he is wrong about an issues. So far, the phone has remained silent which is not surprising considering the exhaustive amounts of research done by Mr. Beck and his staff.

Interesting list from TIME.

1 comment:

Joy Jackson said...

Wish we had cable still so I could watch the show. Way to go, Glenn! I prefer Thyme Magazine, too.