Glenn Beck's environmental greatest hits (video)

Schenkel writes, "You may think he’s full of bunk, to steal one of his terms, or you may love him. But when his show is no longer part of every day life in America, there will certainly be something missing. I’ll let you decide what that something is." (Read his full post and see the videos here on MNN.)

Below is one of my favorite clips, where Glenn Beck discusses global warming while pimping his book. He begins to preach from the chapter one of the book, which is aptly titled "Global Warming Storming," and tells people to read his book " to use as kryptonite against your Gore-worshiping psycho friends." Hilarious.

Image via MNN.

With the recent news out that Glenn Beck is leaving Fox News later this year, it's never too early to reminisce about the "good old days", eh? And with Beck being such an outspoken (to put it nicely) advocate for the American people and this country, some are already looking back at some of his more memorable moments.

Because Beck was such an authority (to some) on climate change, global warming and the environment, Andrew Schenkel at Mother Nature Network has decided to pay homage to some of the environmental issues Beck has covered, listing his his favorite quotes and video segments.

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