Bold & Fresh
There's no shortage of people talking about what's going on in the world today, but there are far too few who are actually saying anything of substance. Faceless pundits talk around the issues, not about them... celebrity gossip passes as breaking news... and the liberal bias spewed by the mainstream media makes them less like a public service and more like an extension of the White House Press Office. Enough is enough—it's time for the truth from somebody who'll give it to you straight, whether you like it or not. Actually, make that... somebodys—Bill O'Reilly and Glenn Beck. This January, they're coming out from behind their desks and going on tour. Your town may never be the same...
Bill O'Reilly is the godfather of "no spin" and in-your-face television. For years he's been the centerpiece of the Fox News lineup with his unmistakable style and unflinching commitment to truth as he
sees it. In Bill's world, brutal honesty beats hypocrisy every time. And you know how they say that some men's "bark" is worse than their "bite?" With Bill... yeah, not so much. As Bill puts it, "My teeth are in good shape."
Glenn Beck is the new kid on the block, the fastest rising star in cable news. Through humor, raw emotion and the tenacity of a pit bull, Glenn has become the new voice of conservative America. Steeped in the teaching of our forefathers, Glenn wears his heart on his sleeve, and no matter what he says—whether it's about politics or pop culture—you can bet he's got the facts to back it up. He's less a TV host and more like, say... a force of nature. "There is really no better way to start the new year than by joining Bill on stage for the first time ever," says Glenn. "Wait...should I be worried?"
Don't miss out on the rare opportunity to see these two men live on stage. It's an event that makes professional wrestling seem like a night at the opera. You'll hear from Bill, you'll hear from Glenn, and then... they'll take the stage together. What happens then? Heaven only knows, but one thing is for sure—you'll want to see it with your very own eyes.