Glenn Beck: I Made a Lot of Mistakes. I Played a Role in Helping Tear the Country Apart.

I respect Glenn Beck’s honesty in this interview.

His regrets are well-placed. A number of other people should have the same regrets. But he is the only person I’ve heard who has the courage to admit his mistakes like this.

Hopefully we can learn from him. Stand by your principles. But do not let hatred and malice drive you. It is much easier to harm people than it is to heal them later.

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  • Theodore Seeber

    There are uniting principles in individualism? That’s news to me.

  • Sus_1

    I’m having a hard time being charitable. It’s all fine and dandy to have regrets after making millions of dollars tearing down this country.

    Glenn Beck is another example of how lies and inaccuracies hurt a cause.

  • Manny

    That is big of him. I liked that. God bless him. I liked him and continue to do so, though i think some of his ideas were kooky and out there. I think he meant well and pushed the country in the right direction. I wish though he would come back to Catholicism.

  • Almario Javier

    While I still don’t agree with him, I wish there were more people generally in the public sphere who had the guts to admit their mistakes. It seems we have lost the art and virtue of apology and forgiveness.