Glenn Beck’s latest grifter plan is the sale of a CD that he commissioned from musicians, a Christmas album called Believe Again. On his broadcast last week he read from a letter he wrote to those musicians, full of pathos and wildly exaggerated nonsense, delivered with Beck’s usual hyper-emotional weepiness. These songs will change the world and “help preserve the rights of man.” Funny stuff.
Beck’s Musical Delusions of Grandeur
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