Glenn Beck's file:
Beck

Glenn Beck is the host of The Glenn Beck Program, a nationally syndicated talk-radio show. He also hosts an Internet-based TV show. Beck formerly hosted a television talk show on CNN Headline News and then Fox News.

Recent statements involving Glenn Beck

To comply with non-discrimination laws, the government is "forcing people in business to make wedding cakes" for anyone.  

Says Barack Obama "knew half of the population of the United States would lose their health insurance."

Says Allen West helped thwart a terrorist plot by shooting a gun in the direction of an Iraqi detainee, then reported the incident to his superior and said it was wrong.

Says Michelle Obama has 43 people on her staff; Nancy Reagan had just 3.

The Muslim Brotherhood has "openly stated they want to declare war on Israel."

Recent stories featuring Glenn Beck

Texas-bound Beck will need bigger blackboards:

Glenn Beck told his Monday radio audience that he’s moving to Dallas and building a radio and television studio. To welcome him, we assessed Beck’s pre-Texas standing on the Truth-O-Meter.

Glenn Beck's Greatest Hits (and Misses):

As Glenn Beck ends his run with Fox News, we take a look back at how Beck has fared on the Truth-O-Meter on everything from Van Jones to health insurance for dogs.

Fact-checking claims on Egypt and Israel:

We look at three statements about the Middle East.

Glenn Beck's 'Wonderful Life' tale rated No. 2:

After making more than 100 Truth-O-Meter rulings, the editors who rate the items for PolitiFact Ohio looked back over the year and selected the Top 10 for 2010.

Today we offer No. 2: A statement about economically beleaguered Wilmington, Ohio, which radio host Glenn Beck characterized as a real life Bedford Falls. 

The best of 2010 from PolitiFact state sites:

We launched partner sites in eight states in 2010 and found the Truth-O-Meter worked as well on governors and mayors as it does on the president.  To end the year, we review some of our favorite state Truth-O-Meter items.

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