I think this was already posted, but here it is again.
Beck Responds to NYT Piece: They Donít Understand Truth | The Blaze
While on vacation I saw that the New York Times had stopped focusing on the unimportant Charlie Sheen contract and moved to the really unimportant Glenn Beck contract.Yes, my contract is up at the end of the year. Contracts do that. Fox and I have had a great relationship and the current contract does come to an end in December. My admiration for the people that work at Fox and the people that have built Fox cannot be overstated. In short, Roger Ailes has built not only the most powerful name in news in America but he has built the most powerful name in news on planet Earth. And much to the leftís amazement and chagrin, heís done it all without bashing America. Isnít that weird? Now the same cannot be said for the new media darling Al‑Jazeera, the fawning over the mouthpiece of Al‑Qaeda and the defender of radical Islam should not be surprising to the average American. After all, progressives are all about progress and the next logical step from MSNBC could only be the network to which Bin Laden sends his actual terrorist tapes.The press has come to the conclusion that what the press is reporting is all about my desire to make more money and Foxís desire to retain me cheaper. Oh, had they only listened or watched any of the thousands of hours of broadcast time. Or if it was they instead of my four million readers that they claim donít actually read my books that had actually read my books instead of living in self‑imposed ignorance, they would know that I didnít negotiate my first contract with Fox. It was a deal that was done with a handshake, you know, the way cowboys that still exist in America still make a deal, with a handshake
What my average listener or you understands is the same thing that the media couldnít grasp at 8/28. That there are actually people that still believe in something and when the chips are down, they will stand where they believe they are being told to stand.