Get unlimited digital access to baltimoresun.com. $0.99 for 4 weeks.
News Opinion Readers Respond

Glenn Beck: A patriot and an American hero

The Sun owes a huge apology to Fox News' Glenn Beck for describing him as reckless, nasty, dark and tearful ("Glenn Beck, Fox end dark, nasty cable era today," June 30). Is that how you treat patriotic Americans who love this country?

Glenn Beck has never done anything terrible, dark, reckless or nasty. All Glenn Beck did was report the truth that the rest of you guys are either unwilling or afraid to report.

We freedom loving, patriotic Americans who watched his wonderful television show know that Glenn Beck is honest, truthful and patriotic. He may be a little crazy at times, but he is passionate and he loves this country.

Sure he is at times tearful, and we love him for that because he shows real emotion. Just because he happens to be the only brave person in media today and uncovers the truth does not make him reckless, nasty or dark.

I am sickened by your untruthful reporting, and I am not going to take the lies and propaganda anymore.

Susan Skelton-Fleming

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
Related Content
  • Police open house a learning experience

    Recently, I participated, observed, and learned from the Baltimore Police Department.

  • Md. needs more clean energy
    Md. needs more clean energy

    Maryland currently ranks fifth in the nation for worst air quality and produces over 60 percent of its energy from dirty sources like coal and natural gas. Immediately after his inauguration, Gov. Larry Hogan rolled back coal regulations that would have greatly improved air quality conditions...

  • Keystone veto was in U.S. interest
    Keystone veto was in U.S. interest

    The purpose of the Keystone XL pipeline is to make it easier for Canada to export some of filthiest crude oil on the planet — not to the U.S. (we don't need it) but to other countries.

  • Another drug abuse study waiting to be ignored
    Another drug abuse study waiting to be ignored

    I find it amusing that the Hogan administration is proposing a "study" to combat heroin addiction in Maryland ("The new face of Md.'s fight against heroin," Feb. 26).

  • Why can't Coke and Pepsi back a water tax repeal?
    Why can't Coke and Pepsi back a water tax repeal?

    Robi Rawl's commentary, "Repeal water tax" (Feb. 23), was a pithy pitch for making water more prominent in our lives, especially given the harm caused by sugary drink consumption.

  • Standardized tests didn't help me learn
    Standardized tests didn't help me learn

    I am a senior at Dulaney High School and write with a special note of concern toward the average testing of 8th grade children ("Debate rages over how many hours Maryland students should be tested each year," Nov. 15).

  • Cold, hard facts about infrastructure
    Cold, hard facts about infrastructure

    We can now add bursting residential water pipes and thousands of homes without water to ruptured water mains and traffic jams, to chunks of concrete crashing down from slowly collapsing bridges and to the other proof that our infrastructure is falling apart ("Residents' frustration mounts...

  • Hogan is Maryland's Scott Walker
    Hogan is Maryland's Scott Walker

    I am in total agreement with letter writer Jeff Tarleton ("Hogan's game of divide and conquer," Feb. 26) that Gov. Larry Hogan's only purpose in proposing tax breaks on military pensions was an effort to divide a normally cohesive bloc of voters. I will go one further. The whole proposal by...

Comments
Loading