There was plenty of undisguised glee and schadenfreude when Glenn Beck’s show was removed from the Fox News airwaves. After working for Sojourners and Jim Wallis, whom Beck made a characteristic target of his trademark conspiracy theory smear campaigns, it was just a little bit vindicating to see someone whom even Bill O’Reilly considered crazy lose his place on the most-watched cable news network.
So was I shocked and disturbed to learn that Beck would be headlining the annual conference of Christians United for Israel—one of the . . .