A Simple, Straightforward History Lesson From Glenn Beck

Whenever we post videos from Glenn Beck's daily radio program or his nightly television program, we try to explain the context so that people can at least try to understand whatever crazy claim he happens to be making.

But sometimes providing this sort of context proves to be impossible because we literally have no idea what he is talking about, such as in this clip from his radio program today where he laments the lack of "light" in America today to push back "this movement of darkness" that tries to take over the country over few generations.

That somehow turned into a critique of the media, which then morphed into some strange point about Martin Luther King and Janis Joplin, which then ended with some reference to Woodstock and a need to return to the moon ... or something: 

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