Glenn Beck on Charlie Hebdo: 'We Should Not Mock' Religion, but…

Glenn Beck on Charlie Hebdo: 'We Should Not Mock' Religion, but…
Glenn Beck today stood by Charlie Hebdo while making it incredibly clear he rejects the offensive cartoons in question, thinks they're unfunny and disgusting, and doesn't believe anyone should insult anyone's religious faith (somewhat contrary to …
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Glenn Beck says Utah's Rep. Chris Stewart is losing his soul
Glenn Beck, the conservative talk radio icon, ripped into Rep. Chris Stewart on Tuesday for voting to give House Speaker John Boehner another term in the top job. He went so far as to tell Stewart, R-Utah: "We think you're losing your soul." It's no …
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Does this new “conspiracy culture” movement have a lot in common with religion?

Question by Mister Chartreuse: Does this new “conspiracy culture” movement have a lot in common with religion?
You know the type of people I’m talking about. The word “sheep” takes the place of terms like “heathen” or “infidel” in their disparaging of nonbelievers. Figures like “Ron Paul” and “Alex Jones” are almost like Jesus/Muhammad if you continue with the analogy.

The similarities are amusing. Thoughts?

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