pot-stirrer patriot Glenn Beck has finally discovered his purpose in life: to make jeans. Like so many great homophobes before him (see also: none), Beck has gone and opened himself a fashion house.
The Washington Post reports Beck decided to start the line after he swore to boycott Levi's in response to this ad, which shows sex-crazed, drug-addled young people protesting. Beck's clothing line is named 1791 Supply & Co., after the year the Bill of Rights was ratified. (Oddly enough, it was the Bill of Rights that gave us freedom of assembly. But I digress.)
The jeans are only for men (women wear aprons and petticoats only) and come in two fits: Dad in his garage workshop ("classic") and Dad at the grill ("straight"). The straight cut comes with a special buffalo top button and the classic cut comes with an Indian top button, as Indians are very important to Mormons like Beck.