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>Glenn Beck Is Off This Week For His Comedy Tour

>What A Great Day – With Glenn Beck At The Helm We Shall Not Fail!

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Incredible footage of devastating tsunami

The 5th largest earthquake recorded since 1900 devastated Japan and triggered a massive 23ft high tsunami that destroyed everything in its path. The exact death toll from the largest quake in Japan’s history has yet to be determined, but at least 60 dead and many more missing. Hawaii was hit with the first tsunami waves just after 8am this morning, and California was preparing for contact just before noon eastern time. Get the latest updates on The Blaze live blog and watch the incredible footage of the moment the quake struck Japan, along with the helicopter footage which shows the tsunami gobbling up everything in its path as it plowed through the countryside.

Oil dips below $100 after quake

According to the AP: “Oil prices dipped below $100 for the first time this month.The quake is likely to cut short-term demand for crude from Japan, which is the world’s third biggest oil consumer. So far, a Saudi Arabian “Day of Rage” set for Friday has not materialized,which may also be holding oil prices lower than expected.” Get the full story from The Blaze HERE.

See Glenn Live: Glenn will be out on his new comedy tour beginning at the end of this month traveling to several different cities. Find out if he is coming to a city near you HERE.

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>This Mass Murderer Won’t Die, But He Refuses To Fade Away

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Libya Protesters Defiant After Gadhafi Speech
Heavy gunfire broke out in Tripoli as forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi tightened their grip on the Libyan capital while anti-government protesters claimed control of many cities elsewhere and top government officials and diplomats turn against the longtime leader. While residents of cities in the eastern half of the country celebrated, raising the flags of the old monarchy, the mood in Tripoli was bleak. Residents were afraid to leave their houses, saying pro-Gadhafi forces were opening fire randomly in the streets.
BLOG POSTS
Benjamin R. Barber: Why Libya Will Not Be Democratic
What are the possible scenarios if Gadhafi survives the tumult? What happens if he does not survive? The one thing I am certain about is that, either way, the outcome is likely to be tragic rather than democratic.
Evelyn Leopold: Libya at UN: A Bridge Too Far
The UN Security Council condemned the violence in Libya, deplored the regime’s crackdown and said those responsible for killing some 300 people should be held accountable — a sign that Colonel Moammar Gadhafi has few friends.

>297 Killed In Streets Of Egypt

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WORLD
297 Killed During Egypt Protests: Human Rights Watch
POLITICS
Obama Administration Calls Out GOP Governors Over Health Care